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January 23, 2021
Don’t obsess about the growth. Keep yourself healthy and your body takes care of that, happily pumping out half inch a month, night and day.
99% of achieving longer thicker hair, is about looking after what you have. Stopping the rot, the shrinkage and breakage of the hair-shaft once it’s birthed into daylight and into your care.
Once out of the scalp your hair is at its fulsome, supple best. But it’s no longer connected to the body’s metabolism so cannot repair itself.
Clogging of the hair follicles can also trigger seborrheic dermatitis which gives angry red patches, itching and flakiness. And over time it can lead to a thinning and loss of the hair. Shampoo ideally at least every other day. Use an Exfoliating Scalp Shampoo once a week. Pair it with Exfoliating Scalp Treatment if your scalp has persistent issues. I don’t like the physically abrasive grit that some exfoliators use as this can damage the scalp, nor microbeads that pollute the oceans. We use premium natural fruit enzymes and their alpha hydroxy acids (AHAs) as our active ingredients. These gently dissolve the build-up of dead cells and detritus.
If your hair is six inches long, the ends have been around for 365 days. Twelve inches long and that’s 730 days, etc. How you habitually treat your hair in those days all adds up. Using a technique that’s less damaging and/or half as often, has a massive impact on hair health.
For example, people ask if shampooing every day is bad for the hair? The answer is no if you are using quality products and airdrying, but over blow-drying or ironing hair with poor technique seven times a week is much worse than twice a week. The difference is burning the same piece of hair an extra 261 times a year. Over a thousand extra times on the ends of long hair!Using small improvements in different habits will completely transform the condition of your hair over time.
Keep a healthy diet, take regular exercise and get enough sleep. The body will take care of the rest. Way way way more important in 99% of cases is looking after the hair you have, as this is where the loss occurs, and where you will see dramatic difference with some helpful changes in hair habits. See point 1.
Swirling round and round is going to damage the cuticle, cause breakage and knotting if the hair is already fragile. Squeeze moisture out gently with a towel. Run your hands through, squeeze again. See blog: How to Shampoo Without Ruining Your Hair.
September 17, 2021
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