AUGUST NATIONAL HAIR LOSS AWARENESS MONTH.
LOCAL SALON OWNER KICKS OFF THIS AWARENESS WITH 1ST ANNUAL HAIR LOSS SOLUTION AWARENESS EVENT.
Jacksonville, Florida – This National Hair Loss Awareness Month has been celebrated in the United States of America since the year of 2001. Gail Carter-Cade of GA LA CAR Beauty Salon is launching the first hair loss “solutions” meetup to inform women of their non-surgical methods, products and nutritional options.
It is too common that women are now experiencing some form of hair loss or alopecia. Hair loss affects over 50 million men and 30 million women in the US alone. There is 1 in 4 women experiencing hair thinning or hair loss.
Hair loss becomes noticeable when the rate of shedding exceeds the rate of regrowth or when regrowth is thinner than previous. Hair loss or a form of alopecia are on the rise due to many reasons. Premature alopecia is due to over-styling tools and continued usage of harsh chemicals. Traction alopecia is caused from styles where the hair overly tightly pulled for examples hair braiding, draw-string ponytails, tight buns, hair weaving or tight fitting night caps. Consequently any time during the anagen phase hair growth stage when the hair is attached to the hair follicle, if that hair is pulled out it could cause damage to the hair follicle resulting in a hair follicle that can no longer properly grow hair. Androgenetic Alopecia occurs in men and women whose hair follicles are sensitive to the hormone dihydrotestosterone, or DHT. Over time, DHT-sensitive hair (usually found on the top and front of the head) becomes weaker, finer, and eventually stops growing.
Medical conditions that can cause hair loss include: Hodgkin’s Disease, Hyperthyroidism, cancer and alopecia areata (an autoimmune disorder) such as Lupus . Medications, poor diet, aging factors can impact healthy growing hair.
Hair loss is now a treatable condition and it doesn’t have to be permanent in all cases. Diets that include hair enhancement vitamins and minerals, external hair nutritional product regiments and discontinuing the causes of your hair loss are just a few ways to improve the conation of hair.
Don’t wait take actions now to reduce further risk of hair loss. The 1st Annual Hair Loss Solution Awareness Meetup Event will be held on August 30, 2018 5pm at GA LA CAR Beauty Salon. Hair loss or thinning can be personal and confidential. This will be a personal setting where you can ask questions, take notes as you discover which solutions are right for you and your hair condition? The latest non surgical solutions such as hair pieces, products and consultations will be shared. FREE Installs information will be available at galacar.mayvenn.com (LIMITED TIME OFFER) 904-487-9254. Visit: http://www.galacar.com/salon/hair-extensions-1/hair-loss/ and http://www.galacar.com/salon/hair-extensions-1/alopecia-areata-grant/
Mrs. Carter-Cade formed Jacksonville Women Beauty and Health Connection Exchange Meetup to uplift, share and embrace those who’s beauty and health has been impacted from age or illnesses. Together we can connect and exchange solutions
When dementia hits home it can be too late when you discover what it is and its impact on your loved one. It can be devastating and hurting when you loved one can’t remember you or recall the great times you had together. Alzheimer/Dementia is becoming more common in the African American community. When I was personally faced with the way dementia effects my loved one I became compelled to do some research and share.
Dementia is a general term for a decline in mental ability that is severe enough to interfere with daily life. Memory loss is an example. Alzheimer’s is the most common type of dementia.
Until recently, most of our understanding of the pathology of dementia was largely based on studies of white patients. African-Americans suffer from these cognitive impairments at two to three times the rate of non-Hispanic whites, yet they are less likely to take part in research. That has created a serious challenge for scientists, who are trying to persuade more blacks to participate in studies — both while they are alive and after they die.
History of medical abuse of African-Americans has made them very reluctant to participate in studies. African-Americans don’t want their brain separated from their body when they are buried, said Stephanie Monroe, director of African Americans Against Alzheimer’s, which is engaged in various efforts to educate people about the disease and its effects.
It is beneficial to become familiar with the following basic symptoms in the event that your elderly loved one starts exhibiting them:
1)MEMORY LOSS THAT DISRUPTS DAILY LIFE
Alzheimer’s is memory loss, especially forgetting recently learned information. They may forget important dates or events; asking for the same information over and over.
2)CONFUSION WITH TIME OR PLACE
Sometimes they may forget where they are or how they got there. They may have trouble understanding something if it is not happening immediately.
3)DIFFICULTY COMPLETING FAMILIAR TASKS AT HOME, AT WORK OR AT LEISURE
People with Alzheimer’s often find it hard to complete daily tasks. Sometimes, people may have trouble driving to a familiar location or remembering the rules of a favorite game.
4)MISPLACING THINGS AND LOSING THE ABILITY TO RETRACE STEPS
Sometimes, they may accuse others of stealing. A person with Alzheimer’s disease may put things in unusual places. They may lose things and be unable to go back over their steps to find them again.
5)CHALLENGES IN PLANNING OR SOLVING PROBLEMS Some people may experience changes in their ability to develop and follow a plan or work with numbers, keeping track of monthly bills. They may have difficulty concentrating and take much longer to do things than they did before.
6)CHANGES IN MOOD AND PERSONALITY
The mood and personalities of people with Alzheimer’s can change. They can become confused, suspicious, depressed, fearful or anxious. They may be easily upset at home, at work, with friends or in places where they are out of their comfort zone.
7)TROUBLE UNDERSTANDING VISUAL IMAGES AND SPATIAL RELATIONSHIPS
For some people, having vision problems is a sign of Alzheimer’s. They may have difficulty reading, judging distance and determining color or contrast, which may cause problems with driving.
8)NEW PROBLEMS WITH WORDS IN SPEAKING OR WRITING
People with Alzheimer’s may have trouble following or joining a conversation. They may stop in the middle of a conversation and have no idea how to continue or they may repeat themselves. They may struggle with vocabulary, have problems finding the right word or call things by the wrong name (e.g., calling a “watch” a “hand-clock”).
9)DECREASED OR POOR JUDGMENT People with Alzheimer’s may experience changes in judgment or decision-making. For example when dealing with money, giving large amounts to telemarketers. They may pay less attention to grooming
10)WITHDRAWAL FROM WORK OR SOCIAL ACTIVITIES
They may also avoid being social because of the changes they have experienced. They may have trouble keeping up with a favorite sports team, social activities or remembering how to complete a favorite hobby.
While current medications cannot stop the damage Alzheimer’s causes. As Alzheimer’s progresses, brain cells die and connections among cells are lost, causing cognitive symptoms to worsen. They may help lessen or stabilize symptoms for a limited time by affecting certain chemicals involved in carrying messages among the brain’s nerve cells.
If you see these symptoms contact a doctor. Discuss the symptoms and solutions. Don’t miss the signs like we did.
Ref: http://www.cnn.com/2017/08/08/health/african-american-dementia-brain-donation-partner/index.html https://www.alz.org https://www.dementiasociety.org https://www.alz.org/alzheimers_disease_standard_prescriptions.asp
Jacksonville, Fl. A local salon owner posted a video entitled “DON’T LAUGH …Eyebrow Shaping, Tinting and Fill-in Experience at GA LA CAR” has gone viral. https://www.facebook.com/gala.car/videos/1428129977252390. Viewed by more than 1.3 million and over 6,607 shares. Gail Carter-Cade of GA LA CAR Beauty Salon created a How to shape, tint and fill-in eyebrows video and uploaded it onto Facebook. She used her daughter Gala Cade as her model. The video was a demonstration of two popular professional products step by step how to tint application and fill-in. The video went viral because of Gala’s lashes. Gala had put on her own lashes but these lashes had a little more glue on them then usual. She didn’t have on any makeup. We love lashes because they enhance your beauty. In the video the main focus became her lashes. I was thinking that people would look past the lashes and see the benefits and advantage of getting their eyebrows tinted and filled in.
People have been cruel and horrible saying all kinds of hurtful things about my daughter and I. I would of never believed that people could be so hateful towards young people. It would of been easy for her to consider disappearing. Thankful that she is strong. We feel like celebrities because people care that much about our simple video.
People began questioning the professionalism of the salon owner and the salon. Gail Carter-Cade received her cosmetology license in New York and she was the first African American to receive a scholarship to attend Christine Valmy School for Esthetics, Skin Care and Makeup. She also taught at the school and was a freelance makeup artist for Ebony Man Magazine. When Mrs. Carter-Cade came to Jacksonville, she became the First African American to have her picture featured in the Yellow Pages under beauty salons.
While Gala was in elementary school it was brought to Mrs. Carter-Cade’s attention that she was having difficulties in reading. It was noted that she had Dyslexia or Learning Disabilities. Once Mrs. Carter Cade became aware of this she began to learn all she could about it and ways to help Gala. She has graduated from high school and has been promoted on her job of three years. Mrs. Carter-Cade became and is known as a special needs advocate in the community. Mrs. Carter-Cade created http://www.whatzuup.org website and a soon to be released book to give parents more insight and understanding of special needs so that they can embrace and help their student.
One thing she instilled in Gala was confidence, leadership, pride and not to give up. These qualities has helped her stand strong against the negative posts made on facebook in regards to her lashes. We now refer to her as Queen Lashes. Soon we will be releasing more videos, raps and a possible eyelash line.
Information: Gail Carter-Cade 904-487-9254 firstname.lastname@example.org Location: GA LA CAR Beauty Salon, 2640 Cesery Blvd., suite 11 Jacksonville, Fl. 32211 https://www.facebook.com/gala.car/videos/1428129977252390
PREP FOR PROM and PROM MODEL FASHION SHOW.
Prom time is here. Prom preparation is important because this will be a day to remember. High school seniors, one of your fondest memories should be how beautiful you looked from head to toe at this event GA LA CAR, The One Stop for Beauty is a place where ladies can get beauty services in-salon and fashions online. GA LA CAR offers community outreach activities to support schools and health awareness. There are two workshops to help high school seniors ladies get prepared for prom. Prep for Prom Dress Workshop and Prep for Prom Makeover Workshop were created with young ladies in mind. The atmosphere allows you to feel free to ask questions, discover, enhance and learn how to pick that fabulous prom dress and makeover style.
The ideal shape is a hour glass. You will learn your shape style at the workshop. Although we all wish we had the “ideal” shape unfortunately some…
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September 29, 2015, National WOMEN Health and Fitness Awarness Day. Women Health Awareness should be from head to toe. Hair braids are a tradition for black women. Maintaining a healthy scalp is very important for optimal hair growth. Hair braiding is a great way to to grow your hair because it’s a protective hair style. They also give hair a rest from combing and heat styling. Beware of braids that are too large because the weight of the braids can promote hair breakage. Be cautious of braids that are too small because the can put too much stress on small sections of hair.
To stimulate hair growth while wearing braids shampooing, conditioning and massaging your scalp weekly or bi weekly with a natural oil are recommended. Hair growth tends to thrive when washing the hair weekly or every ten days at a minimum.
HAIR BRAIDING and THINNING EDGES…Questions to consider to maintain healthy hair: Does your hair braiding stylist have thinning edges? Does her clients have thinning edges? How tight should your edges be pulled to look neat? If your hair is braided looser how can your edges be maintained to look neat? What alternatives does your hair braiding stylist have for you?
Local Salon Kicks off 1st Annual Streak of Red for Diabetes Fundraiser Jacksonville, (Fl.) We are pleased to announce that during National American Diabetes Month, Mrs. Gail Carter-Cade of GA LA CAR Boutique Salon, is continuing its Diabetes awareness events. On November 20, 2014, Mrs. Cade will hold the 1st Annual Streak of Red Fundraiser for Diabetes Awareness at 2640 Cesery Blvd., Suite 11. November is Diabetes Awareness Month and Red is the color.
The Streak of Red, hosted by Mrs. Cade, owner of GA LA CAR Boutique Salon and sponsor Diabetic Devahs support group will host this fundraiser to support diabetes search for a cure. The Streak of Red services has been extended November 20 – 29, 2014, Thursdays – Saturdays, starting at 11:00 am and ends at 6:00pm. Appointments will be accepted through 6:00pm. All participants will receive free red hair color streaks with a hair service. Refreshments severed on November 20, 2014 only. The Streak of Red Campaign is conveniently scheduled before the Walk for a Cure on November 22, 2014.
Affected by diabetes mmanaging glucose levels is an everyday task for Mrs. Carter Cade. It is her goal through awareness activities surrounding American Diabetes Month will call greater attention of how we take care of ourselves can greatly impact diabetes and to support the research for a cure. Because there is a large percentage of the minority populations who are affected by diabetes, increasing awareness, and access to education are key to the prevention and management. There will be continued efforts to accomplish fundraising goals and increase participation in her efforts.
It is reported that diabetes increases your risk for many serious health problems. Over time, high sugar levels damage the body and can lead to the multiple health problems associated with diabetes. Persistently high sugar levels behave like a slow-acting poison. High sugar levels and damaged blood vessels cause the multitude of complications that can come with diabetes. The American Diabetes Association’s goals for glucose control in people with diabetes are sugar levels of 70 to 130 mg/dL before meals, and less than 180 mg/dL after meals. Some complications associated with diabetes are heart attack, kidney disease or failure, vision loss or blindness, neuropathy or nerve damage etc. http://www.webmd.com/diabetes/how-sugar-affects-diabetes?page=2#1
Diabetic Devahs Support Group meet on the 1st Monday of the month at GA LA CAR Boutique Salon at 6pm to encourage healthier lifestyle and join the ongoing fight to Stop Diabetes. While most people are aware of diabetes a cure for this disease is still not in sight. The American Diabetes Association is leading the fight to Stop Diabetes and its deadly consequences and fighting for those affected by diabetes. “American Diabetes Association. http://www.diabetes.org.
A percentage of proceeds from selected cosmetic purchases or t-shirt sales made at the salon anytime can be donated to diabetes awareness efforts.
For more information, please contact: Mrs. Cade GA LA – CAR Boutique Salon 2640 Cesery Blvd., 11 Jacksonville, Fl 32211 http://www.galacar.com/diabetes/index.htm 904-487—9254 –email@example.com http://www.facebook.com/gala.car Upcoming events information will be posted as they are made available at http://www.galacar.com/events.htm