Archive for March, 2012

Effective Flea Control

Posted by on Wednesday, 28 March, 2012

The fleas not only for your pet are very annoying and fleas feed preferably from the blood of your dog or cat is certainly known. But what about with an effective strategy to combat these pests? Each pet owner is earlier or later times in front of a flea problem. It can still be so clean and even if your animal is maintained so and also did not go out or come in contact with other animals, fleas can always find a way to a host animal. Fleas exist now for a good 50 million years to come, so how these resistant parasites in? Not least because fleas on your pet can be not only extremely annoying, but also because developing your pet a Flohbissallergie, combined with constant scratching, and quickly all the skin surfaces can scratch bloody, you should be in the establishment of flea infestations as quickly and effectively Responsible . Furthermore, these unwanted lodgers dangerous is the possibility that transferred the flea bite dangerous tapeworms can be. The first way would normally lead to the veterinarian.

But even you can take measures which I hope will soon lead to the extermination of the pests. Fleas multiply rapidly, especially in warm temperatures and are distributed throughout the environment of your animal. There are about 95% of the adult flea population is in the area, only about 5% are on the animal itself in the emerging fleas, such as eggs, larvae and pupae are often found deep in carpets, upholstery or any cracks.

The Hair

Posted by on Friday, 23 March, 2012

Tinea is a fungal infection of the scalp. It can cause small patches of desquamation and some hair loss. Improper hair care treatments Some men use chemicals on your scalp, such as dyes, tints, bleaches, straightened and permanent waves. These chemical treatments can damage hair if done incorrectly. The hair becomes weak and breaks when these substances are applied frequently or if left too long, if two procedures are done the same day or if bleach is applied to previously bleached hair. If hair becomes too porous and dull by excessive exposure to chemical treatments, it is advisable to discontinue these treatments until the hair to recover. The shampoo, brushing and combing are necessary for proper care of hair, but if done improperly or too much can damage the hair, causing it to break the stem or fraying their tips. You can use a conditioner after shampooing to reduce the force required to comb hair and do so more manageable.

When there are broken tips and hair styling difficult, it is advisable to use silicone serums. Excess water should be dried and rubbed briskly with a towel. When hair is wet its structure is more fragile, and should be avoided vigorous combing or brushing. Forget the old recommendation to brush or comb too much, because it damages the hair. Use combs with teeth widely separated and fine bristle brushes, preferably natural (boar bristle brush). The hairstyles that require stress on the hair should be alternated with looser hairstyles to avoid "pull" continued to loss of hair, especially on the sides of the scalp.