& tips from your side of the counter........
TO BEAT SCALP DERMATITIS
Rushton, a specialist in hair and scalp science says that
scalp dermatitis is not necessarily a lifelong condition.
He advises against colouring or perming as any chemicals
are likely to cause stinging and inflammation. Dr Rushton
advises cutting out dairy products for a period of about
six weeks and although you may notice a worsening of the
condition for a short time as the toxins work their way
out of your system, you should notice a considerable difference
after around 40 days. You can then reintroduce foods gradually.
also suggests washing your hair every other day to get rid
of skin flakes so your scalp has a chance to heal and renew
would like to see a trichologist its worth mentioning to
your GP next time you pay a visit.
WORTHINGTONS HOLIDAY HAIR TIPS
According to Charles the hottest look for travelling is
big sunglasses, silk scarves and floppy hats! The hair it
stiff and lacquered with masses of body, height and wave.
This way you will look as good when you arrive as when you
this look Charles recommends washing and conditioning with
volumising formulas and finger drying using a body boosting
styling product. If your hair is long use heated or velcro
rollers or a hot brush on shorter hair. Let the hair cool
before removing rollers, unwind, shake the head forward,
lift up then backcomb the crown for added height. Brush
into place and keep it there with a firm hold hairspray,
Jackie Onassis style!
DYING TO TRY -Gum,
the trendy new styling product from Superdrug.
Eight products with funky names like Re-Hab
Milk and Coco-Gumbo. Reasonably priced at
around £3.99 each.
that short, choppy style that is in right
now? Define it! Is a new wax from Toni &
Guy its ideal for a smooth shiny finish and
the smart silver tin would look good on anyones
wondered what our soap stars use on their locks? It seems
they just can not get enough of the 'Over The Top' range
- Lisa Faulkner (Holby City) swears by Instant Feedback
- a deep conditioner that works in three minutes flat! Around
£15 for 125 ml.
Friel loves the Souffle Shampoo for colour treated hair
£6.50 for 250 ml.
Griffin (ex Coronation St) uses Glazing, a moisturising
serum that prevents frizz for curly or afro-Caribbean hair
£9.50 for 50 ml.
Stockists Call 020 7491 4566
hair goes made with static invest in a wooden comb and natural
bristle brush, synthetic materials create more of a charge.
Leave-in conditioners can also help.