This term frequently appears on product labels and is used by skin-care experts but not always defined in simple, clear language. Here’s a quick explanation: If a product claims to be non-comedogenic it means that it shouldn’t clog pores or trigger acne — either by occluding the skin, blocking glands or irritating the hair follicle. The claim is not regulated by the F.D.A., however, and many companies do their own internal tests to determine whether a product should be considered comedogenic or not. (Some common known comedogenic ingredients are coconut oil and cocoa butter.) Typically, the fewer ingredients a product has, the easier it is to determine if it will cause any reactions.
My eclipse died and I couldn't afford to replace them with the new platinum model, so went for the GHD V Styler, but they were horrendous and made no difference to my hair whatsoever. After reading reviews I thought I'd then try the IV Styler instead, now while a slight improvement on the V model, my hair was still left looking very big and frizzy. I've now reverted back to my really old emergency set of SHE's and can't believe how much better they are than GHD's, even the eclipse! If they ever need replacing, I know which brand I'll be opting for at half the price of GHD's!
How can I curl my hair naturally?
Beachwaver Co. has reached cult-level status for its super easy-to-use Beachwaver, yes, but this styling iron from the brand is equally as notable. The beauty of it is the fact that you can achieve multiple looks with it. Use as is for a sleek, straight look or apply the black Coast Pro attachments (that are shaped like a round brush) and glide the iron down each hair section, rolling your wrist under towards the ends to create the illusion of a professional blowout.
Are cloud 9 straighteners better than GHD?
I’ve started straightening my hair the moment I heard it was possible. And that was some years ago. I needed a replacement, and I’ve read a lot of reviews for Chi hair straighteners, Remington, and of course, my winner GHD. This GHD hair iron knows a thing or two about straightening! It self-adjusts its own temperature, and it doesn’t get all steaming hot on the outside while I use it. So no danger of burning my fingers, and I can just rest it on any surface with no damage, be it carpet, wood… I just love it, and I’m super happy with this buy
GHD Flight travel hair dryer – For a completely different take, check out this compact travel accessory. Designed to be stowed away safely in baggage and used anywhere in the world, the GHD Flight travel hair dryer comes with a clever folding handle to minimise its dimensions and is 50% lighter than a standard Air version. It's also around 30% less powerful, but that's excellent performance for a dryer of this size. Moreover, it's quite a bit cheaper than the Air, so it's also a good budget option for general purposes.