Quote:Originally Posted by willpower They work - for around 3 months. Then you have to go in for another one. Not cheap, shop around.
Did you get one? If so, did you have to still straighten your hair on a daily basis?
I have long thick wavy hair. This pic is similar
I have to gel and hairspray it down in the morning to make a look halfway presentable. The Florida...
The study is about people already experiencing problems.
I think this might be helpful for some people
I've been taking this for about 5 years. I have not noticed any...
This is kind of backward.
I plan to get a 3" x 5" tattoo in all black ink on my chest. I am brown skinned. I have no intention of getting it removed. But If I ever want to get it removed, how difficult would it be? Moreover,...
Originally Posted by texas_jack
Just ice the parts that hurt. You don't need to ice your whole body.
From my understanding it is not injuries. It's supposed to speed recovery along with other benefits.
I play in a competitive basketball league. I work out on a regular basis and push myself pretty hard. Would I benefit from an ice bath? I never tried it when I played hs football. Has anyone on the board experimented with ice baths? I...
Originally Posted by TG.
I have thick shoulder length hair similiar to pix #3 and here what works for me.
1 Have it thinned and the split ends cut monthly
2 Only wash it 2x a week with matrix shampoo and...
Originally Posted by bishop491
Mine is very thick and I usually keep it shorter (classic "prep" look; parted & tapered). However, I've let it grow a great deal for a while and I've been trying...