The Beach Edit: The Products I Use After Scuba Diving

If you’ve read the title of this, I’ll be amazed if you decide to read on. So let me explain. You can thank the lovely Katie at Turn Loose the Swans for giving me the idea to do this post. She asked me what products I use post diving, as she needed some advice as to what products are best to be used after going to the beach. When I’m diving, I’m spending up to 50 minutes under water in salt-water lochs, and to top it off, I’m pulling my hair under a tight, neoprene hood and pressing a secure mask over my face and nose. The little areas of my face left exposed have to endure some pretty cold water. I’m also outside all day in all weather conditions so as far as extremes go, I’m pretty much the pinpoint! It takes a lot to avoid damaging my skin and hair, and so certain products must be used! So, although most of you may not be going to absolute extremes like I do, this may help you to keep your hair and skin in top shape after a full day of sand and seawater!

Hairburst – One Month On

One month ago, I decided to try something a little alternative to help grow out my hair. A Google search led to Hairburst. I gave my first impressions on the supplements and the shampoo and conditioner when they first arrived, and you can read this here.

Hairburst; first impressions

I’ve seen a lot of adverts for hair vitamins, but have avoided them for a while because I’m a biologist and therefore the idea of taking vitamins is a little silly. But I’m willing to try anything so in the end I googled them and found hairburst.