Dr Oz: Keratin Conditioner Review
Is your pretty hair causing you a pretty penny? If so, then this is the Dr. Oz Show for you because he enlisted the help of Tabatha Coffey, hairdresser and author of Own It!, to offer tips and tricks to get the look you want without the salon expense!
Dr Oz: Dryer Sheet Frizzy Hair Fix
Tabatha Coffey says the first problem is that women often misdiagnose their hair, so it is important to figure out what is really wrong in order to figure out the best treatment.
Dry Hair: Keratin Conditioner is the best solution for dry hair because it adds moisture to the hair and strengthens it at the same time. Tabatha says it will also create a barrier, which will leave your hair feeling soft and smooth. Look for a product that lists keratin within the first 5 ingredients on the label.
Frizzy Hair: Tabatha Coffey recommends using dryer sheets to take away the static and frizz, especially if you have fine hair.
Rub the sheet between your fingers first to create heat and friction and then work it through your hair.
Flat Hair: Use Velcro Rollers in dry hair for a fast and easy way to add a bit of volume.
Dr Oz: What to Do if You Fall Down the Stairs
Today everyone gets to go to medical school and learn the fixes for common emergencies that occur in your home. Dr. Oz has the solutions to save the day when something unexpected happens to you or someone in your family.
Here is Dr. Oz’s 4-step plan for when you take a fall down a set of stairs:
- Check the person’s head: Are they conscious, dizzy, or confused?
- Are you able to move your limbs?
- Is there any numbness or tingling in your back?
- Check your neck for difficulty or pain when turning your head.
After you check all of those areas take an anti inflammatory, like Ibuprofen, and ice the area.
Dr Oz: Aloe Vera Gel Burn Treatment
The next home emergency happens when you are in a hurry in the kitchen and burn yourself by accident. Dr. Oz says the very first thing you need to do when you burn yourself is run the area under cool water for 10-15 minutes.
How to determine what type of burn you have:
Second-Degree Burns usually cause blistering, which should be immediately covered in gauze and left alone to prevent the blister from popping.
Dr Oz: How to Treat a Cut at Home
The final home emergency happens when you cut yourself in the kitchen, which accounts for about 20,000 emergency room visits every year.
- Clean out the wound under cool water for two minutes.
- Apply pressure for about 10 minutes.
- If the bleeding has stopped you can simply apply an anti-bacterial ointment to the wound and wrap it in gauze, but if the bleeding has not stopped you probably need to head to the emergency room for a few stitches.
Dr. Oz also recommends getting a tetanus shot if you have not had one in the last ten years.