A simple, yet effective way to make hair look and feel better is by using hair styling products, according to a new study.
The study by scientists from the National Center for Complementary and Alternative Medicine found that the hair products that are recommended by the beauty industry are “essential” to keeping hair in its natural shape, but they are also highly effective in reducing frizz.
The study also found that while products that claim to “deliver long-lasting results” are effective, the results are “relatively small” and can even fade away.
“Most hair care products, especially styling products are intended to improve the appearance of hair,” said Dr. Mark B. Smith, a professor of integrative medicine at Duke University and the lead author of the study.
“They’re meant to be used daily for a number of weeks, and then they’re supposed to go away.
But most of the time, they’re just used to give a better feeling to the hair.”
The study looked at the use of a product called Soothing Skin Therapy, which was created in 2012.
The skin-conditioning product is used to treat conditions such as psoriasis and eczema, as well as other conditions, such as scalp and neck, which are caused by the overgrowth of bacteria.
Smith says Soothe Skin Therapy is a “very, very good product” and he is hopeful that the study will help scientists to understand why certain products are so effective.
“The beauty industry does a great job of marketing these products,” Smith said.
“But the evidence is not clear.
We know that it works, but we don’t know if it’s safe.
I hope this study will provide more clarity.”
The researchers looked at nearly 1,000 products marketed for hair treatments from around the world.
They found that, in fact, a large majority of the products marketed as “essential hair care” were actually ineffective.
“Almost half of the hair care brands were labeled as not effective,” Smith wrote in an email to ABC News.
“We were surprised that the only effective hair care brand was a hair product that we have been using for many years and which was actually made with harmful ingredients,” Smith added.
“Some of these products are marketed to people who have sensitive skin, and we hope that these results will encourage others to use more natural and safer products that can be trusted by people with skin issues.”
Smith’s findings are in line with other studies that have found that “essential oils” and “natural hair products” are often used as an excuse for using harmful ingredients.
In 2011, the Food and Drug Administration warned that many of the “essential oil” products sold on the market were not actually safe.
“If you’re going to use these products, make sure that they’re not using a safe ingredient,” Smith advised.
“Don’t be fooled by the label.
This isn’t the best shampoo or the best conditioner.
It’s not even a good shampoo.
It can actually cause cancer.”
The findings come as consumers look to find products that contain natural ingredients, but also products that have been tested for safety and efficacy.
The FDA said in its announcement that it would take additional time to “examine” more than 4,000 of the more than 2,000 “essential and natural” products.