Beauty, DiY, health

Tried and Tested: Tips to fight hair-fall

Don’t we all wish we could have long lustrous hair that we could flaunt regardless of the humid East African climate? – Sigh, in this heat and humidity that only seems like a dream.

Struggling with hair-fall myself, I usually end up chopping my hair much shorter, to avoid combing them altogether and see the horror of broken hair on my hairbrush.

However, getting a haircut is certainly not the solution to hair-fall. Thus we took to the Super Women of East Africa group to look for answers, and got some brilliant tips from some of our followers.

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Beauty, Food, health

Health Talk: 3 Ways the Parsley Green Drink Can Change Your Life

By Sharmeen Merali

Personally I am not a great fan of ‘healthy drinks’ as some like to call it, in fact If someone asks me to drink them, I put on a frown that resembles an upside down rollercoaster! However these drinks are really valuable to one’s health and lifestyle. If you search the net, you will be amazed in regards to the number of benefits, like if you include this in your daily life, you might not have to visit the doctors at all, how great is that?

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Beauty, Lifestyle

Women and Hair loss: A silent personal stigma

By Khadija Hussein Pothi

A lot of women suffer from this problem, and it silently impacts our daily lives by increasing stress, affecting our self-esteem and ultimately our social interactions. We as women need to feel beautiful when we look at ourselves in the mirror, and hair is an important element of our body that defines us as women and accentuates our beauty, hence the need to preserve it and maintain it at all costs.

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