Wednesday, October 27, 2010


Cosmetologist Wanted
at Aginah's Healthier Hair Salon.
Her salon has been a well established business since 1978 and downsized so now located in West Philly at City line and Haverford Avenue inside a Shopping Center which makes great parking for our clients... We're seeking a Matured LICENSED Hair Stylist w/following or Natural Stylist specializing in locks, twist or braids to work in a peaceful atmosphere. We believe in healthy hair care and team work.

We offer and teach a Holistic Method of Hair Care

Our stylist uses a variety of products and of course Aginah's Herbal Hair Products. The owner Ms. Aginah has 32 years experienced in the salon industry. She is a holistic hair health educator "Rebuilding damaged hair working from the inside out."

Measure your success and focus against the happiest of your times and see if they measure up. Today make a wonderful Choice to join our Team... Email your resume` to or make appointment for an interview. Your skills are valuable and can be an asset to our salon.

PeaceJoyNHealthier Hair!

Wednesday, October 20, 2010

Sister Khadijah Siddeeq Mohammed

We are with Imam W. Deen Mohammed
Freedom Justice Equality
A Message for Humanity

Live Broadcasts on Station IWDM
A Conversation with A Purpose
Special Guest

Wife of Imam W. D. Mohammed

Sister Khadijah Siddeeq Mohammed

< Wednesday October 27, 2010

8:00 P.M. Eastern time

to listen in Call# 714-816-4673

(15 minutes before scheduled time)

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Host Khalid and Rao'uf


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Thursday, October 14, 2010


Herbal shampoos are different from conventional shampoo products and they work differently too. To start with, they do not contain parabens, sodium lauryl sulfate, or other synthetic chemical ingredients. Conventional hair products also use irritating chemical surfactants to produce a rich lather and silicone to coat the hair for shine.

Herbal hair products are free of harmful ingredients, and work in a different way to clean and condition your hair. However, many health conscious consumers have purchased herbal shampoo for the first time but ended up throwing it out, thinking it didn’t work, or that it was just plain awful! Unfortunately, they didn’t know a few basic things about herbal hair care products.

When using herbal shampoo for the first time, it probably won’t lather for you and your hair may feel dry and knotted. This is normal! It is known in the natural product industry as “Hair Detox”. It is due to the residue of silicone and its derivatives (dimethicone, cylcomethicone, any chemical with ‘cone’ in it) left from conventional hair products. Once the silicone has been dissolved, you will find the herbal shampoo lathers more and your hair is silky and soft.
This process may take 3-4 weeks, depending on your conventional products and the condition of your hair and health. There are a few things you can do to speed up the “Hair Detox” process and get your hair back to its gorgeous, natural state:

1. Switch to Aginah's Herbal Shampoo, conditioner and pomade. If you are still using a synthetic product, you are still coating the hair with chemicals and the hair detox process will not resolve.

2. Detox your hair with 1/2 teaspoon sea salt, 2 oz apple cider vinegar, then apply to hair from roots to end. Let sit for 15-20 minutes. Rinse thoroughly with cool to lukewarm.

3. Make a paste of natural clay (from the health food store) with Aginah's Herbal Shampoo and shampoo your hair twice. Rinse thoroughly with cool to lukewarm water.

After your hair has been stripped of chemical residue, and you look in the mirror to take the test, you will be amazed at how shiny, manageable and silky soft it is. Your hair has gone back to its natural, healthy condition, and it shows! Many people who suffer from scalp irritation, itching and dandruff (sebum build up) experience relief from their symptoms after switching to Aginah's Herbal Hair Care Products.