Healthy hair tips

Treating Hair Loss

Hello there, today we are going to talk about hair and how you can grow long, strong, health and beautiful hair. Pretty much all of us do things that are bad for our hair. It is hard to keep our hair perfectly healthy but don’t worry, I am going to offer a few tips that anyone should know.

The first tip, which anyone knows is that they should trim their troubled ends every two months, about half an inch, in order to cut off dead or split ends.

Another good and easy thing to do to improve your hair health is brushing your hair before washing it and this will remove any product build-up that is at your scalp level and it will stimulate blood flow which will allow oxygen and other nutrients to reach the follicles of your hair.

Handle your hair with extreme care, especially what it is wet. Because your hair is so gentile and fragile when it is wet, that it could just basically snap right off and though you might not feel that you are losing your hair, you are damaging hair and that is really bad. When your hair is wet you should use wide tooth brushes, avoid very close together kind off brushes and try to stick to plastic brushes because wood will snap your hair easier.
Deep condition you hair one every two weeks. This will help hair restore its nutrients and recover from any damage that it undertook in the last weeks and that will help your hair stay nice, shiny and healthy.

Now, let’s talk a bit about hair growth blockers because I know you all want long hair or you want your hair to grow faster. There are a number of products on the market that claim to make your hair grow faster. Not all of them work, so does some research before you buy anything and start using it. My personal favourites the biotin vitamin; you can find more info about it at biotin hair growth. A very good tip for making your hair grow faster is to live a healthy life. Eat healthy, get enough sleep every day and watch out your stress levels. On average, hair grows about half an inch every month, but this rate can be slightly improved by using hair growth products and by a healthy life style.

To maintain health hair you also need healthy hair products. Don’t get me wrong, I am not saying to buy expensive, professional products. Whatever works for you is good. However, there are some chemicals you may want to avoid. You should check the ingredients on each product and see if any on the bad chemicals is on the list. Here is a basic list with the most harmful chemicals used in hair products:
• Sodium Lauryl Sulfate
• Ammonium Lauryl Sulfate
• Ammonium Laureth Sulfate?
• Ammonium Xylene Sulfonate?
• TEA Lauryl Sulfate?Sulfur?
• Selenium Sulfide
• Magnesium Sulfate
• Sodium Thiosulfate?
• Sodium C14-16 Olefin Sulfonate
• Alkyl Sodium Sulfate?
• Alkyl Benzene Sulfonate?
• TEA-Dodecylbenzene?
• Sodium C12-15 Alkyl Sulfate?
• Sodium Dodecyl Sulfonate

One last tip I have to share with you is to avoid using heat product every day. However, when you are using them use a heat protectant as well. Heat damage is pretty bad and it will break your hair off which is not health at all.

So, I hope this has been informative, and if you would like to read more articles about hair growth and hair health go to my website biotin for hair.

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