Natural Treatments to Repair Damaged Hair

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Bring back the shine and repair damaged hair.

Is your hair showing signs of damage? Split ends, flat or thinning, breaking, frizziness? These symptoms are a warning that it’s time you need to repair your damaged hair.

But, sometimes, it’s not so easy to repair the damage and return your lovely locks to their naturally healthy state. Over time, your hair may stop responding to commercial products, no matter what you do. Chemical-based shampoos, conditioners, and styling product can wear out your hair. So can sun, wind, and air pollution. Thankfully, you can repair damaged hair using natural treatments.

A bit of natural love may be just what you need to repair the damage and bring the shine back to your hair. [Continue reading]

Green Tips for Cars: Be an EcoDriver

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Ready to go beyond a few green tips and take your environmentally conscious road habits to the next level? Then you're ready to Be an EcoDriver. Join the EcoDriving movement by visiting www.ecodrivingusa.com. While there, you can read eco news, … [Continue reading]

Green Tips: Water Heater Tips for All Year Long

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This green tip is not just a way to be environmentally friendly with the way you winterize your home, it’s a way to save energy and money all year long. Insulate your water heater and consider turning it town a few notches. Many people never … [Continue reading]

Reduce Your Carbon Footprint by Riding the Bus

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To put yourself on the road to preserving the ecology and your own economy, it may pay to take the bus. Public transit and school buses replace a significant number of cars on the road, making them an environmentally sound transportation option. … [Continue reading]

Teaching Children About Animal Rights vs Animal Welfare.

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Many children are naturally sensitive to animals. After all, in many animated movies, cartoon series, and books, animal characters are personified to appeal to children. Therefore, teaching kids about the rights and welfare of animals means you are … [Continue reading]

Wine Cork Recycling is Green, whether you Drink White or Red

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Following those final tasty sips of vino, you can toss the cork to the cat for a toy, but if she grows bored, and manages to keep from batting it under the couch, what’s left for your cork to do? If you're into green living, you’d probably like to … [Continue reading]

Does Mountain Biking Harm Nature?

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There is little doubt that the popularity of mountain biking has increased in recent years. This is not without controversy—not long ago, there was discussion about allowing mountain biking in national parks where it had not been allowed … [Continue reading]

Do You Really Understand the Disadvantages of Solar Energy?

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When deciding whether to convert your home to solar power, it's easy to get caught up in the glitz of technology and the glamour of a green dream home. However before making a decision this important — not to mention the sizable investment — take … [Continue reading]

Raising a Minimalist Child in a World of More

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Many parents are part of a growing trend that favors a returning families to a simpler value system. These parents are trying to raise their children in a minimalist way—that is, without accumulating massive amounts of "stuff." In a world of "more," … [Continue reading]

5 Options for Eco-Friendly Shower Curtains

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There is a certain smell that fills your bathroom when you unwrap a conventional shower curtain from its package. When you hang a traditional plastic shower curtain, there is a distinctive smell that accompanies the unveiling. Many people consider … [Continue reading]