Get Long, Healthy Hair with 5 Easy Habits
As I promised, I am revealing my top five tips for achieving the healthy, long hair you’ve always wanted, and as a bonus you’ll notice an improvement in your skin and nails too!
Tip #1: The Daily Multivitamin
A daily multivitamin is the first habit every women needs to incorporate into her life to see results in her hair, skin, and nails. To make sure you are buying the best multivitamin I recommend checking the DV, which is the daily value of the vitamins and mineral content per/day. Plus I recommend looking for additional nutrients in a multivitamin like anti-oxidants. Most women will just take a Biotin supplement and think that’s the only vitamin needed for hair growth. Unfortunately, your hair needs all of the water and fat soluble vitamins in assisting its natural growth cycle.
Tip #2: Natural Oils
Natural oils are a must in flaunting your luscious locks. Since hair past our shoulders is a couple of years old, it requires help by applying natural oils. If you have thin and fine hair, look for natural oils like jojoba and grape seed. These oils will replenish your hair with healthy fats and vitamin E without weighing it down. For thick and curly hair, your lovely locks need to be replenished with either olive oil, almond oil, or avocado oils. For all hair types its recommended to massage your scalp with castor oil, which helps with circulation.
Tip #3: Ditch the Heat
Avoid curling irons and blow dryers please! These gadgets are know to destroy our hair’s protein and deplete it of our natural oils. If you want to create a certain look like wavy hair, then just braid it overnight. If you have frizzy hair and need to use a straightener then apply a heat protectant. Look for heat protectants that contain a high protein content for best protection.
Tip #4: The Hair Brush
Hair brushes are used every single day and our hair is asking for the best bristles. The best ones are made of boar bristles like those found in the Mason Pearson collection. Try your best to avoid using nylon brushes as they are know to irritate your scalp and hair.
Tip #5: Clarifying Shampoo
The last secret is using a clarifying type shampoo. These shampoos contain an apple cider type content. Clarifying shampoo’s help remove any type of build up from other products. By removing this build up your hair is able to breathe and grow more efficiently.
Board-certified Medical Doctor, Founder of Schique Beauty skincare product line, Business Woman, and internationally celebrated author.
Dr. Jacqueline Schaffer-Stichter is an American entrepreneur and businesswoman, and author of the International Best Selling book, How to Get Clear Skin, a complete, medically sound, guide to skincare, and dietary guidelines that affect the skin.
Motivations and Beginnings
After completing medical school, Jacqueline affected deeply by her mother’s contraction of Skin Cancer for a second time – and the fact this affliction was partially attributed to harsh and toxic ingredients found in beauty and skincare products. Shocked by this fact, and determined to prevent this from happening to other women, Jacqueline researched the beauty product industry in depth – learning about the origins of the packaging the products came in, the supply chain involved in creating a product, and most importantly, the exact molecular composition of each and every ingredient in the products being marketed today.
As she discovered more about the impact of this process, she became even more determined to change how these products were made, distributed, and to educate women about the dangers and toxicity in some of the beauty and skincare products available. This led her to develop her own natural skincare product line, Schique, producing and distributing natural and ethically sound beauty and skincare products.
Femalepreneur and Women’s Empowerment Advocate
In creating her own product line, managing her own successful company, and promoting her ideas and products globally, she gained a unique knowledge and perspective on the many challenges and strains that affect a female business owner, or Femalepreneur. This became a foundational idea for her – that women in business face a different set of challenges, and that empowering women to succeed can truly make a difference in the world we live in. This became a focus and passion in her career, and she began speaking publicly and mentoring women worldwide on how to develop their own business, succeed in getting their ideas and innovations heard and represented. As a result, she has been featured on She Built It, Clever Girl Finance for Helping Women Grow their Business from the Ground Up, has appeared on Business Rockstars as a speaker on Mentorship, and Her Campus on How She Got There. She has also appeared on CBS, NBC, Money Inc., Entrepreneur, and many others.
Her quest to share her experiences and empower like-minded women to succeed in business, has made her a sought after global public speaker on these subjects. As an advocate for change and women’s empowerment, she’s had the opportunity to meet and collaborate with some of world’s strongest female business owners and operators, and has begun organizing a community, that she has branded Femalepreneur – and plans to create a learning platform for women’s business education, and host events and gatherings worldwide, introducing and sharing ideas with the global audience. She currently has several new books underway to assist and guide women in the business development process.
Well Recognized and In the Media
As a public figure, Jacqueline Schaffer-Stichter has been recognized and nominated alongside Jessica Alba, Jen Atkin, David Olsen, Gregg Renfew, Anna Tran, and others in the LA Fashion Beauty Awards.
She has appeared on the TVSN Network, CBS, NBC, Money Inc., Enterpreneur, to name only a few, introducing her philosophy and natural products to millions of viewers, and has taught skin physiology, clear skin improvement programs, and the effect of neurohormones to celebrities such as Olivia Culpo, Jeanine Mai, and the founder of multi-million dollar company Think Thin, Lizanne Falsetto.