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Protect your hair from the sun, all the tips

It is well known: the sun's rays can damage skin and hair. If you're used to using all sorts of sunscreens for your skin, what are you doing to protect your hair from the sun? Probably still little.The first thing to do to protect your hair is to never miss iron, zinc and biotin, micronutrients that together play a crucial role in hair growth.
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Prefabricated wooden houses

Prefabricated wooden houses: duration, factors to consider, times and costs. Info on turnkey prefabricated houses and design.Prefabricated houses in Italy Until some time ago, Italians underestimated prefabricated wooden houses, and yet, today they have become a full-blown reality.
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Bilberry: berries, leaves and roots

Blueberry or American blueberry (this variety very widespread in Italy lends itself better to being cultivated than the more delicate cranberry cranberry) should not be limited to fruits, or berries, but also use the leaves and roots as excellent natural remedies against many ailments.
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How to make cantucci, the recipe

Cantucci, also called Prato biscuits, are one of the most famous sweets in Tuscany. They are excellent at the end of a meal accompanied with a good glass of wine. Preparing them at home is very simple; you don't need to be an expert pastry chef. Cantucci are excellent biscuits to give as gifts on any occasion.
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Epsom salt: properties and uses

Epsom salts: properties, uses and all the tips to make the most of the benefits of this magnesium salt. Epsom salt, also known as English salt (for its origins) and bitter salt (for its flavor), is nothing more than hydrated magnesium sulfate, a salt of magnesium. In the article dedicated to Espom and Epsomite salt we have described the chemical structure and we have explained to you in detail what Epsom salt is and where it can be found in nature in Italy; in this page we will focus on what are the uses and properties of Epsom salts.
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Sage properties and benefits

The name sage derives from the Latin 'save', need to add more? The texts report that in the Middle Ages the doctors of the Salerno school wondered, perplexed, how a man who cultivates and eats sage could die. And they replied that death is stronger, but only death, than sage. Sage does not beat death, but the plague apparently does.
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