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Naturally Healthy Hair: Herbal Treatments and Daily Care for Fabulous Hair [Paperback]

Mary Beth Janssen
3.9 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (7 customer reviews)
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Jan. 10 1999 Herbal Body
Internationally acclaimed hair designer Mary Beth Janssen offers a natural, holistic approach to hair care following the principles of Ayurveda. Janssen includes techniques for encouraging hair growth, formulas for creating botanical and herb hair preparations, and healthful approaches to cut, color, and styling.

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Naturally Healthy Hair is chock full of practical and uplifting information to help all of us achieve more "good hair" days. I highly recommend Mary Beth's holistic and skilled approach."

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Get Your Head into Fabulous Hair!

Your hair reflects your personality, emotion, style, and self-esteem. Now internationally acclaimed hair designer and educator Mary Beth Janssen explains how achieving harmony in your mind and body can give you the stunning hair you've always wished for. You'll discover:

* Ayurvedic philosophy -- the ancient holistic health science from India -- and how it can renew and invigorate your hair

* Vital foods, vitamins, and minerals for healthy hair

* Natural hair care formulas to make at home

* Healthful approaches to cut, color, and styling

* Tips for finding and working with a salon and hair care professional

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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Wonderful, Just Wonderful... May 30 2000
By A Customer
I really loved this book. It was the most concise, easily-followed beauty book I have ever read. When I followed her advice about how to wash your hair, what products to use, etc, my hair improved SO much...it is now bouncy, shiny, and I have almost NO split ends! A must-read for those who would like to know how to take care of your hair, and how to get healthy, shiny hair. Oh yes...and she also has a hair-style guide in there.
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3 of 4 people found the following review helpful
1.0 out of 5 stars A misnomer March 28 2008
This book should have been called "How to bleach, perm, blow-dry your hair, use commercial products and still call yourself a natural". I make my own bar shampoo from scratch and was hoping to pick up some pieces of advice on how to keep my long wavy hair shiny and frizz-free - instead, I've got a whole bunch of ayurveda nonsense on what kind of tastes to avoid, a tutorial in breathing excercises, a lesson in how to read labels on commercial products and a suggestion to have a pot of water with essential oils simmering on the stove at all times in order to avoid static in my hair! As far as the "herbal treatments" sections is concerned, it is rather pathetic. There is a grand total of 5 recipes on styling products. So far I have only tried the citrus concoction - my hair got so glued together that I've almost broke a comb trying to get it separated, half my hair ended up on the floor and the half still attached to my head feels like hay. So for those who understands the word "natural" same way I do - using cheap, cheerful, earth-friendly ingredients in order to get your wash-and-wear hair looking its best with a minimum of fuss - do not bother with this book. The only redeeming aspect that has earned this book its one star is the low cost - an equivalent to wasting about 2 ccs of chamomile essential oil.
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3.0 out of 5 stars Little disapointed June 27 2003
This book offers a lot of information about ancient hair styles and technical information about the construction of the hair shaft and even the chemical make-up of the hair. Which is all good information to know if you are writing a research paper for cosmotology school. But if you are just looking for simple recipies to improve the health of your hair you may want to try a differnt book.
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4.0 out of 5 stars Good how-to advice Aug. 25 2002
Good book on natural hair care! I especially loved the recipes and ideas for conditioning hair oils and vinegars. Wish she would have talked about natural bar shampoos though - I love them, and nobody knows about them. It's the only way to go for all-natural hair care. But that's just an aside. :) Great recipes, and explanations of the different herbs, oils and essential oils used in all natural hair care. Very fun!
-maggie, [URL]
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