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      October 2020 Dear Child by Romy Hausmann Dear Child (Flatiron, Oct 6) by Romy Haismann is a nightmarish and high-tension Gone Girl-meets-Room thriller about a woman (and family) held captive in an isolated, windowless cabin in the woods — and the terror that grips them even after an escape. $27 horror

    • 5 Quick Tips To Improve Your Credit Health

      Are you trying to raise your credit scores fast Unfortunately, there’s no silver bullet that’ll raise your credit scores overnight. But there are a few ways you might be able to improve your credit score over time if you manage your credit well. The truth about raising your credit scores fast Tips that can help raise your credit scores Pitfalls to avoid when working on your credit score The truth about raising your credit scores fast While a lucky few might be in a situation where they can raise their credit scores quickly, the bottom line for most of us is that building credit takes time and discipline especially if you’re trying to rebuild bad credit. That’s because your credit scores are complex and made up of several interconnected factors. So trust me; while some credit repair agencies may promise to raise your credit scores fast, there’s no secret that will help you boost your credit scores quickly. But if you start to develop healthy habits now you can build credit over time all by yourself. 5 factors that affect your credit scores Payment History Credit Usage Length of your credit history Credit mix Recent Credit Tips that can help you raise your credit score Because credit is so complex, building credit takes time. Depending on your individual situation, there may be ways to raise your credit score quickly - like paying down all your debt in a very short span of time. BUT IF YOURE STARTING OUT WITH BAD CREDIT, even a drastic measure like that may not have the immediate effect you’re looking for. No matter what, the most impactful thing you can do for your credit is to create some consistent habits. Here are some tips that can help you raise your credit scores over time. Check your credit reports on a regular basis to track your progress. Sign up for free credit monitoring. Figure out how much money you owe. Set up autopay so you never forget to make a credit card payment. Pay twice a month. Negotiate a lower interest rate. Ask for a credit limit increase. Mix it up. Become an authorized user on someone else’s account. Pitfalls to avoid when working on your credit When it comes to building credit, it’s easy to get overly focused on ways to raise your credit scores fast. The truth is that building credit takes time. So take a step back and make sure your strategy doesn’t do more harm than good. Here are a few “don’ts” to keep in mind. Dont apply for a bunch of new credit cards just because you want to increase credit utilization. Even though this might help lower your credit utilization ratio, it could also make you look like a risky borrower thanks to the new hard inquiries on your reports. For the same reason, don’t take out a loan just to improve your credit mix. Only apply for a new loan if you actually need it. Don’t carry a balance on your credit card just so you can build credit. Carrying a balance can lead to unnecessary interest charges , and it might actually hold your scores down by increasing your credit utilization ratio. Don’t cancel your credit card after you pay it off — unless you have a good reason to do so. Closing your credit will hurt your length of credit history , so it’s better to leave it open, even if you’re not using it anymore. Of course, if having a card tempts you to spend more, or it comes with an expensive annual fee, you might want to rethink this conventional wisdom. What’s next There are a few steps you might be able to take to raise your credit scores relatively quick, like paying off credit cards with high balances and disputing errors. But for the most part, it takes time and patience to build credit. Tim Devaney | Credit Karma

    • Cosmetic Ingredient Reviews

      Sweet Almond Mint Cleansing Conditioner - Chaz Dean Studio The craze of a shampoo product that didn’t use sulfates or produce suds was a wide spread phenomena in 2017. Every body wanted to get their hands on Wen by Chaz Dean. A plethora of online, over the phone, and in-store purchases led to a devastating fall for the short lived cosmetic innovator. More than 21,000 complaints of hair loss, hair breaking, baldness, itching, and rash were filed against the company. In this industry even though we sell shampoo and hair care products, it is still considered “cosmetics”. But the separation of these two cosmetics is fairly essential; the compounds used serve two totally different purposes so therefore are comprised of totally different elements. The elements of cleansing and conditioning just shouldn’t be mixed chemically or it will alter the subsequent affects. For more information on what is FDA considers a “cosmetic” here What IS In Your Shampoo And What It Does For Your Hair Amino acids is a bond of elements attached to a chain of molecules; the molecules are like hydrogen, nitrogen and oxygen. This chain creates certain properties; properties on bonding, acidic qualities or other sealing traits. When amino acids bond with other elements to make a chain it starts to take form and leaves a residue known as protein. This is basically a layer for the hair. These scientific properties build what we look for in our ingredients to consider it essential, non-polar, acidic, or polar. Keratin is also a well known protein. Mostly comprised of water. Strands of hair are mostly 85% keratin. That’s is why keratin is the highest desired protein for hair treatment. Proteins structure allows it to perform in a variety of different functions. A protein has a four set structure concept. One of the more notable qualities is the repetition of the chains elements causing it to form a repetitive pattern. The helix structure forms a coil pattern inside of the chain in resemblance to the natural grade of black hair. Names listed for approved ingredients by INCI What You Don’t Want In Your Hair Care Ingredients And How It’s Harmful Now days, most people are looking for natural shampoos, softer for their hair, eco-friendly, and kind on the environment. All those labels filled with information, it gets confusing! “Sulfate-free”, “silicone-free”, “paraben-free”, ... what information is true and what should you base your choice upon? In order to help you make the best choice, here is a list of 10 ingredients you do NOT want to find in your shampoo. 1. Sulfates Sulfates [1] are surfactants (surface acting agents) that are used to clean the dirt and excess sebum on the scalp. They are used for lathering purposes in your shampoos. These surfactants like SLS (sodium lauryl sulfate), SLES (sodium laureth sulfate) and ammonium lauryl sulfate are all damaging. They can cause an allergic reaction on your scalp and may even cause frizzy hair. Besides, they can be hormone disruptors when used for prolonged periods. Sulfates are also harmful for the environment and aquatic species. 2. Parabens To increase the shelf life of hair care products, manufacturers add preservatives called parabens [2]. They prevent bacteria from growing in your shampoos. Parabens (Butyl, propyl and ethyl parabens) are known to mimic the function of hormone estrogen (female hormone responsible for reproductive functions) and can increase the risk of breast cancer. 3. Polyethylene Glycols (PEG) Polyethylene glycol [3] is a derivative of petroleum that is used in hair care products as a thickening agent. There is not enough research available to claim the toxicity of PEG, but hair care experts believe that PEG can have a damaging effect on your scalp. PEGs can be identified as numbers like 100, 120, 14M, 30, 32, 40, 75 and so on. 4. Phthalates Phthalates [4] are used in hair care products to increase the spreadability of a product. They are used to make the perfume stick to your scalp and hair. They are endocrine disruptors meaning they can cause early puberty in girls and reduce sperm count in men. They are also highly dangerous for the environment. 5. Formaldehyde Considering a fancy brazilian blowout or a keratin treatment in lieu of smooth locks? Hold on. These treatments may contain an ingredient called formaldehyde [5] or formaldehyde releasers that are carcinogenic. Bronopol, imidazolidinyl urea, DMDM hydantoin, quaternium-15 and diazolidinyl urea are all formaldehyde releasers. These ingredients are known to be absorbed by your skin. Companies add formaldehyde as a preservative in these treatments. 6. Triclosan Triclosan [6] was an important antibacterial agent in soap bars until recently. But it is still being used in shampoos, toothpastes and deodorants. It is a known hormone disruptor. Triclosan is believed to get accumulated in your fat cells and keep the body in a state of toxicity. 7. Dimethicone Dimethicone [7] is a type of silicone added in hair care products. It acts like a protective layer to your hair shaft but over time, builds up residue on your scalp. It prevents moisture from entering the hair and can cause scalp irritation by clogging the pores. 8. Retinyl palmitate Retinyl palmitate [8] is the ester of retinol and palmitic acid. This ingredient can cause skin itching, redness, scaling and peeling. It may also cause cancer, reproductive problems and toxicity to organs. 9. Alcohol Alcohols used in hair care can make your hair extremely dry. Steer clear of alcohols like propanol and isopropyl alcohol. Alcohols are used as thickening agents in shampoos. Sometimes, they are used as moisturizers only when derived from palm oil or coconut oil. Alcohols can cause brittleness of hair, but help in treatment of some medical conditions. 10. Fragrances Hair care brands are smart enough to not reveal the exact ingredients and put them all in one category - fragrances or parfum. These fragrances are made synthetically with a blend of a variety of toxic chemicals. How else can you make rose, apples and lavender smelling shampoos in the lab? They obviously don't add natural flowers and fruits in your shampoos and conditioners. Synthetic fragrances may cause cancers, reproductive issues or asthma attacks. Some fragrances can affect the scalp and lead to hair loss. 11. Colors We love to see pretty-looking colors in our shampoo and conditioner bottles. The kind of ingredients that go into making synthetic colors of hair care products will leave you shocked! These colors are derived from coal tar or petroleum. You can identify synthetic colors on the labels by the terms 'FD&C' or D&C'. 12. Toluene Toluene [9] is a petrochemical solvent used in most hair dyes. They can hamper your immune system and may even cause birth defects. Please stay away from hair dyes if you are an expectant mom. Toluene can have a detrimental effect on your central nervous system. Toluene is often labelled as benzene, phenylmethane, toluol and methylbenzene. 13. Resorcinol Resorcinol [10], a common ingredient in hair dyes and bleaching agents, is linked to skin irritation. It can also cause functional disabilities of the immune system. In animals, it causes thyroid function disruption. 14. Selenium sulfide Selenium sulfide [11] is a proven carcinogen (cancer causing compound). Lab tests on mice showed the development of tumors due to selenium sulfide. Read the ingredients of your anti-dandruff shampoos to stay away from selenium sulfide. 15. Quaternium-15 Quaternium-15 [12] is a surfactant and preservative in hair care products like shampoos and conditioners. It is an ammonium salt that is carcinogenic. It is also a formaldehyde releaser. Quaternium-15 is also a possible eye irritant. {List courtesy of www.skinkraft.com} For more information about sodium cocyl glutamate Harlie Angels, Inc®️ Harlie‘s Hair Locs N Curls™️ Harlie’s Hair Locs N Curls was formulated from a simple base formula; a cleansing agent, foaming agent, thickening agent, and a preservative, all acceptable by governing agencies. Other ingredients were added by during the manufacturing process by certified chemist to add to the substance of the shampoo on a molecular level. Become an advocate of our plant-based organic products and shop today! www.harlieangels.com Some of the main ingredients you may find in majority of Harlie’s Hair products can include surfactants, thickeners, proteins, and oils. The base ingredients to make products like shampoo can consist of oil derived alcohol, citric acid, coco-betaine, purified water,sodium citrate, and sodium lauryl ___.

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