Sometimes people ask us: What’s the best thing you can do for the health of your hair? Our answer? Eat right. After all, we all know the old saying—you are what you eat. There’s a lot of truth to that. If you want to have healthy, strong, and beautiful hair, you need to fill your body with nutrients that lend themselves to this; nutrients that give your hair the sustenance it needs to thrive.
All of us would like to think that we take good care of our hair—but did you know that there are many commonly accepted hairstyles and daily grooming rituals that actually harm your hair’s health? In other words, you could be diminishing the wellbeing of your scalp and your hair without even realizing it. Here are some of the most common ways in which that happens—hair health hazards that you’ll obviously want to avoid.
It’s never fun to have dry hair. When your hair is dry, it both looks and feels brittle and weak; it’s more prone to damage, and less prone to boosting your self-confidence. The good news is that you don’t have to settle for dry hair. Not only can you remedy it, but you can do so easily and inexpensively, with ingredients you already have at home.
Among the many potential causes of hair loss, alopecia areata is among the most commonplace. This is a condition that impacts many, yet it is not widely understood. In this post, we’re going to explain what it is and what its symptoms are, and also offer some thoughts about what you can expect if you are diagnosed with alopecia areata. We’ll also include some potential remedies and solutions.
Are you pleased with the overall health of your hair? If the answer is no, then this post is for you. We have some good news we want to share with you, which is that it’s possible for you to take hair health into your own hands—and to do so from the comfort of your own home.
By now it is well-known that cancer treatments can produce a number of undesirable side effects, with hair loss being one of the most obvious. Why does cancer treatment so often lead to hair loss, though? And more importantly, is there anything that can be done to prevent it? We’ll tackle these questions and more in this blog post, which is all about having the right expectations with regard to medically-induced hair loss in the midst of cancer treatment.