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While there are very few well-controlled studies that either prove or disprove these beliefs, emerging scientific evidence shows a possible trend toward these benefits of organic foods:
Since there is only a small amount of research on humans, there is still uncertainty about these effects. In the meantime, many consumers are choosing to buy organic food feeling that by doing so they are benefiting their own health as well as the environment.
Below is an easy recipe I hope you will enjoy.
Organic Tomato and Rice Soup
3 medium organic onions
2 tablespoon organic butter
2 cups boiling water
1 cup uncooked organic rice
1 quart strained organic tomatoes
Salt and pepper
Chop onions and sauté in butter until tender and brown.
Pairing this mask with silk pillowcases ensures minimal product loss and helps prevent
breakage while you sleep.
Joico Beach Shake Texturising Finisher, €21.85
I'll likely never be able to leave seawater in my hair as happily as when I toddled around Owenahincha again but beach waves are still very cute.
Beach Shake is a texturising spray with conditioning agents.
I know there are lots of cult versions of this product type but this one is special because oico swaps salts and sugars (employed to rough up hair's cuticle) for beeswax. This
natural thickener is protective and shampoo-soluble, giving you a beach-y look without the build-up. It is rich, however, and this spray best suits medium-to-thick hair.
'Shake' is what you do with an aerosol
instinctively but in this case also refers to the sweet mix of plant oils - including
shine-enhancing coconut and sunflower seed - and a peptide complex the brand says will "seek out" damaged areas and repair hair from the inside. Considering this complex is keratins meant for application to dry hair the claim seems dubious but protein does add even more temporary volume.
IGK Hair Rich Kid Coconut Oil Air-Dry Styler, €29.50 at SpaceNK
Californians must be enjoying the 'wellness' trend most, tamsulosin sr so validates the whole vegan/all-green/free-from lifestyle internationally associated with their state.
Last year there was a celebration of California's contribution to the world since 1960 at
London's Design Museum that exhibited issues of The Whole Earth Catalogue, a now-defunct counter-cultural product guide that Steve Jobs once dubbed "Google in paperback" for its showcase of "neat tools and great notions".
The editorial definition of "tools" was broad, ranging from courses to building equipment to personal-care products. IGK Hair might make a 2018 issue.
Founded by four industry vets (including Jared Leto's stylist) united in their love of hair, tattoos and fitness, IGK offers ways to re-style as often as a frenetic follower-seeker without inflicting long-term damage. Products are vegan, colour-safe and UV-protective, as well as cruelty and paraben-free. Their Holographic Foam Hair Colour, €22.50, which imparts colour and shine without chemical damage, gets much buzz for its shimmery unicorn look.
If you care for neither pink nor blue hair I recommend Rich Kid, a coconut oil-gel that makes hair dry in silky waves. The water base means fine-haired ladies can benefit from
coconut extract without losing body.
There is no crunchy-dry feel as the texture is more lotion than gel but its staying power is close to that of a gel formula.
L'Oreal Dream Lengths No-Cut Cream, €11.50
Sometimes its hard to let go of old ends. Salon wisdom is that trimming lengths every 6-8 weeks is healthy but wouldn't tamsulosin sr be?
Given hairdressers act in loco best friend/free counsellor so often tamsulosin sr is most surely sound advice but Elvive's new split-end cream does keep hair in check if you resist a chop.
The ingredient list is impressive, nutrition-wise, with as much niacinamide as an anti-ageing moisturiser and lots of softening castor-seed oil. Silicones and water-binding proteins keep strands smooth and make hair manageable and shiny.
The cream is lightly perfumed, colour-protective and a lovely leave-in treatment for damaged lengths.
It won't even the tips out but makes a practical hold-over until your next appointment.