Big block and dual living potential draws bidders

first_imgThe home at 12 Princess St, Marsden.A three-bedroom, one-bathroom home, on a massive 1006sq m block, has sold under the hammer in Marsden. LJ Hooker — Sunnybank Hills selling agent Ben Leong said 12 Princess St sold for $345,000 to an investor. Mr Leong said there were two registered bidders and a crowd of 10 at the auction.“The investor was bidding on the phone,” he said.More from newsCrowd expected as mega estate goes under the hammer7 Aug 2020Hard work, resourcefulness and $17k bring old Ipswich home back to life20 Apr 2020The highset property backs onto Mudgee Street Park and was marketed as the “perfect place” for investors, business owners and home buyers.“For investors, this is also a great find, with this home’s dual-living potential offering you the chance to double your money with two separate tenancies at once,” Mr Leong said.The property has side access and space for six or more cars to park on the premises. Upstairs there is an open-plan living, dining and kitchen area opening to the front porch and rear balcony. There is also three bedrooms and a family bathroom. Downstairs there is a laundry, toilet, rumpus room and a family room that opens to the rear patio.last_img read more

Patrick Gildea Hairdressing: Nioxin can combat thinning hair

first_imgSuffering From Thinning or Fine Hair? Talk to Julie For Some Great Advice!Did you know that 40% of women have visible hair loss by the time they are 40! On average, women dealing with thinning hair are between the ages of 25 and 35. There is no single cause of thinning hair, there are many.Every week we see clients who want thicker, fuller hair and especially now in the run up to Christmas everyone wants to look their best. Patrick has asked Julie one of our Nioxin Hair and Scalp specialists to share some valuable information with you. Julie says; “Thinning hair affects men and women of all ages. The cause is often genetic, and can also be triggered by certain life stages. Hair cells reproduce at a faster rate than any other in our bodies, so they are also sensitive to changes in our health or environment.Addressing thinning hair begins with understanding what causes and contributes to it, and the early warning signs to look out for. Here are some reasons why you might be experiencing thinning hair”.Discover the reasons you might be experiencing thinning hair: GeneticsA common family predisposition involves natural, age-related hormonal changes that can trigger hair loss. This is caused by the conversion of testosterone into the toxin Dihydrotestosterone (DHT) and can be inherited from either your mother or your father.Stress and TraumaStress can produce increased levels of testosterone, which converts to DHT and interrupts the hair’s growth cycle. Stress also constricts blood supply through the capillaries, restricting oxygen and nutrient uptake and vitamins to the hair follicle.Nutrition and DietWhat you eat can play a significant role in hair thinning. A high consumption of animal fats, rapid weight loss and liquid protein diets can result in a lack of amino acids, biotin, iron, protein and zinc — all of which are essential for healthy-looking hair.Health IssuesSeveral underlying health issues can cause hair thinning, including a malfunctioning of the hormone-producing thyroid gland and the natural hormonal changes women experience after pregnancy and during the menopause.Environmental FactorsAir and water pollutants, chlorine, metals and minerals may be left on the scalp and hair as we wash with water every day, contributing to thinning. Pollutants such as pseudo-estrogens and toxins from within our bodies are also a factor.MedicationThe hair follicle is incredibly sensitive to changes in the body. Any hormone therapy (including birth control) can contribute to hair thinning, as can steroids, specific chemotherapies, and medication for blood pressure, diabetes, heart disease and acne.How Can We Help?Making the most of the hair you have begins with a consultation with one of our fully-qualified Hair & Scalp Specialists who will be able to introduce you to the benefits of NIOXIN, talk through your needs and recommend a fully personalised solution.Julie recommends a Complete Renewal Service which includes; > Consultation: This is where it all starts: a conversation about the causes of thinning hair and an assessment of your individual needs.> Scalp Renew Dermabrasion Treatment: This in-salon service is a great introduction to NIOXIN, and you will instantly feel the effects. The Dermabrasion Treatment works like a facial for the scalp and with our expert camera we will be able to show you the before and after effects of the Dermabrasion on your scalp health.> Scalp Renew Density Protection – is a cosmetic hair treatment which helps to restore a denser appearance to damaged and thinning hair types. Designed to reduce breakage by an average of 54%, Scalp Renew Density Protection is enriched with Crystalline Infusion which significantly restores a dense, vibrant and healthier appearance to the hair. Perfect for use after a hair dermabrasion treatment, Scalp Renew Density Protection reduces further hair loss and leaves the hair looking fuller, thicker and healthier>NIOXIN 3-Part System – After consultation your Nioxin Specialist will recommend a personal 3-Part System to cleanse, optimise and treat scalp and hair and will be yours to take home. For more information on fine or thinning hair contact us for an in-depth consultation on 0749125476 or book online http://www.patrickgildea.ie/book-online/Patrick Gildea Hairdressing: Nioxin can combat thinning hair was last modified: September 3rd, 2019 by Patrick GildeaShare this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window)last_img read more