There are a number of factors that can influence how fast your hair can grow
and some of these include your diet,
your state of health, any medication you're taking, hormonal influences, environmental influences and even your stress levels.
Hair growth tends to slow down the older you get so age is also a consideration and of course your genetic blueprint plays a role too.
Normal hair growth is therefore very difficult to define as it will vary considerably from person to person but on average,
the hair on our head grows at a rate of around one centimetre a month
Looking for a more natural approach to hair care?
Here are some tips to help
your hair look and feel its best.
1. Avoid shampoos that contain sodium laurel sulfate,
or sodium laureth
sulfate. These chemicals are synthetic detergents that are used in dishwashing
liquid and other cleansers. They are valued because they lather well, but they
are very harsh, and can dry out your hair. Instead, look for shampoos made with
decyl glucose, or decyl glucoside, cleansers which are much gentler.
Caring For Your Hair is Easy
Respect your hair!
Your inner health is just as important as the products you apply externally
to your hair. Inner health is your nutritional, metabolic, hormonal and all
other functions that influence your body.
A Few Facts:
Do you know what hair is made of?
Dead cells...lots and lots of them.
Hair is made up of three layers:
Some hair professionals may try to discourage you
from doing your own home hair color, saying that
drugstore hair color products are harsh and the
results can be uncertain.
But the truth
is that you can achieve excellent results and
save a lot of money by coloring your hair at
home as long as you know a few basics about
choosing the right color and applying it
Here are seven of the most
common questions and my advice on hair coloring
at home: [...more