thanks to Emma’s Herbs for these tips!
1. Hot oil treatments: Take any natural oil – olive, coconut, canola – and heat it up so that it is warm, but not too hot. Massage it gently into your scalp. Put on a shower cap and leave it on for an hour, then shampoo your hair.
2. Natural juices: You can rub your scalp with either garlic juice, onion juice or ginger juice. Leave it on overnight and wash it thoroughly in the morning.
3. Get a head massage: Massaging your scalp for a few minutes daily will help stimulate circulation. Good circulation in the scalp keeps hair follicles active. Circulation may be improved through massage by using a few drops of lavender or bay essential oil in an almond or sesame oil base.
4. Antioxidants: Apply warm Hair Loss Tea (1 tbl. sp. brewed in one cup of water) on your scalp and leave this mixture on for an hour and then rinse. Hair Loss Tea contains antioxidants which prevent hair loss and boost hair growth. You can see more or order on line at: http://emasherbs.com/REMEDIES/hair.htm
5. Take 1 oz of “Hair Loss Supplements” daily. “Hair Loss Supplement” reduces DHT levels, the hormone which contributes to hair loss in many people. “Hair Loss Supplement” also helps strengthen existing hair, improves scalp circulation, and contains Saw Palmetto, Zinc, and Vitamin C, a combination many have used with success.
Qua Baths & Spa is a stylish spa on par with the world’s most extravagant retreats. Its live-in-the-moment philosophy – “Qua” is Latin for “here” – is reflected in a luxurious atmosphere where guests can relish the moment with an exceptional array of treatments. Qua also evokes “aqua,” or water – the focus of Qua’s Roman Bath experience and healing services.
Bathed in natural light and accented by smooth stone flooring, dark wood and the steady flow of cascading waterfalls, Qua’s atmosphere is ideal for relaxed Social Spa-ing. Reminiscent of the glorious baths of ancient Rome, Qua’s Roman Baths create vibrant gathering spaces that highlight the healing power of water. There will be tea lounges; the Crystal Room, where guests can join friends for customized body decoration with crystals; and a Fitness Center designed for a dynamic workout experience. Plus, in the city’s first Arctic Ice Room, guests can unwind after heated treatments and use ice chips to exfoliate and invigorate while crisp 55 degree air refreshes the lungs.
With all the groupon, living social, daily candy, etc. etc. madness going on, what has been your experience thusfar? I for one have very mixed reviews. I have had some great groupon experiences, and I have had some terrible ones. The great ones, ironically were usually to retail stores, and did NOT include a service of any kind. The ones that I purchased for manicures, spa visits, hair services etc. were pretty lame, and the experience was such that I would never come back, nor would I recommend anyone…so I ask you this, I’d love to hear some of your great experiences with SERVICES that you received with a groupon!
I have a feeling that perhaps when it comes to service, and promotional items, you sort of have to have a perfect balance in harmony to not let the human aspect of stress, availability, and over booking to not be an issue.
I look forward to hearing from you all!