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Hair bleach poisoning
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Hair bleach poisoning occurs when someone swallows this substance. This is for information only and not for use in the treatment or management of an actual poison exposure. If...

Aging changes in hair and nails
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Images Hair follicle of young person Aged hair follicle Aging changes in nails Information Hair color change is probably one of the most obvious signs of aging. Hair color...

Hair transplant
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A hair transplant is a surgical procedure to improve baldness. Description During a hair transplant, a physician moves hairs from an area of thick growth to bald areas. Most...

Oily hair
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Images Hair follicle anatomy Alternative Names Hair - oily Information Here are some tips for preventing and treating oily hair: Shampoo your hair every day. Leaving the shampoo on your...

Hair dye poisoning
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Hair dye poisoning occurs when someone swallows dye or tint used to color hair. This is for information only and not for use in the treatment or management of...

Hair straightener poisoning
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Hair straightener poisoning occurs when someone swallows chemicals used to straighten hair. This is for information only and not for use in the treatment or management of an actual...

Hair spray poisoning
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Hair spray poisoning occurs when someone breathes in (inhales) hair spray. This is for information only and not for use in the treatment or management of an actual poison...

Hair tonic
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Hair tonic is a product used to style the hair. Hair tonic poisoning occurs when someone swallows this substance. This is for information only and not for use in...

Hair loss
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Images Hair follicle Ringworm, tinea capitis - close-up Alopecia areata with pustules Alopecia totalis - back view of the head Alopecia totalis - front view of the head Alopecia, under treatment...

Dry hair
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Images Skin layers Alternative Names Hair - dry Considerations Dry hair is hair that does not have enough moisture and oil to maintain its normal sheen and texture. Common Causes...

Excessive or unwanted hair in women
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The normal amount of body hair varies widely among women. Usually, a woman will only grow fine hair (peach fuzz) on her lips, chin, chest, abdomen, or back. When...

What causes hair loss and are there any treatments?
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Hair loss or baldness is usually a hereditary condition caused by an excess of hormones calledandrogens. Baldness affects about 40 million men and 20 million women in the United States.Family history accounts for 95% of all cases....

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Is there anything I can do to prevent my child from getting it?
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While head lice can often spread rapidly in school populations, there are steps to take toprevent being infected - and also steps to take to get rid of lice. Head lice is a very common infection that occurs among children and teen...

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What acne products are recommended for teenagers?
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Acne control is an ongoing process. Before starting medication for acne, it is important to usepreventive measures in the management of acne, including twice-daily face washing with warmwater and a mild, non-moisturizing soap. In ...

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What is Nizoral A-D?
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Nizoral? A-D is anover-the-counter shampoo that treats the flaking, scaling and itching from dandruff. Nizoral?A-D contains 1% ketoconazole, an antifungal drug that works against pityrosporum ovale, afungus believed to cause a com...

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What is kava kava?
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Kava kava (piper methysticum), a flowering shrub belonging to the black pepper family, isavailable as a powder, capsule, liquid extract, root, and in several "herbal drinks." Itsactive ingredients are thought to be chemicals calle...

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Hair sculpting products

Hair sculpting products allow you to style your hair in many different ways for daily wear and special occasions. These styling products are available as lotions, gels, creams, and more, so you can can create hairdos that will last the whole day. Some styling products offer a flexible, soft hold that looks and feels natural, while others create long-lasting results by making hair more rigid.

Creating different hairstyles

If you want to try out fun and exciting hairdos from the comfort of your home, applying sculpting products to your hair is a necessary step. Get creative with an extreme hairdo by using thick sculpting cremes to keep hair in place. If you want a simple, low-maintenance hairstyle, you should opt for sculpting sprays that won't weigh down your hair. Using sculpting products to style your hair is one of the easiest ways to achieve the perfect hairstyle.

Sculpting product types

Hair sculpting products are available in many different formulas. Sculpting sprays are packaged in a bottle that sprays a light mist for even coverage, so your hair isn't weighed down by too much product. Hair cremes and gels tend to offer a more rigid hold, so you can experiment with more than just loose waves. In addition to affording you creative freedom, many styling products enhance your look by adding moisture, shine, and volume to your hair. Some sculpting liquids are also designed to restore the health of your hair by conditioning and repairing weak strands.

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