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Healthy Hair Habits

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How to Care for Your Hair

These hair care tips are an essential part of hair maintenance and regrowth! There are many factors that can potentially contribute to a healthy environment to care for your hair. When hair is healthy, it becomes thicker in diameter, shinier and less prone to breakage and miniaturization. Even changing a few habits can dramatically improve your hair.

  • Keep your Hair & Scalp Clean
  • Use a Shower Filter
  • Don’t Over Color/Perm
  • Avoid using Conditioner at the Base of the Follicle
  • Use DHT Blocking Shampoo
  • Avoid Chemical Filled Shampoos
  • Avoid Heat Damage
  • Use Hair Friendly Brushes and Combs
  • Avoid Tight Braids, Ponytails or Hair Extensions
  • Ask us about our FDA approved Formula that helps with hair loss 
  • Stop Smoking
  • Drink in Moderation
  • Manage Your Stress
  • Keep your Hair & Scalp Clean
  • Use a Shower Filter
  • Don’t Over Color/Perm
  • Avoid using Conditioner at the Base of the Follicle
  • Use DHT Blocking Shampoo
  • Avoid Chemical Filled Shampoos
  • Avoid Heat Damage
  • Use Hair Friendly Brushes and Combs
  • Avoid Tight Braids, Ponytails or Hair Extensions
  • Ask us about our FDA approved Formula that helps with hair loss 
  • Stop Smoking
  • Drink in Moderation
  • Manage Your Stress
Sebrum Build up and miniaturized hair

A Healthy Scalp Promotes Healthy Hair

Hair Care Tip #1: Wash Your Hair Regularly but Not Too Much!

Sebum is an oil produced by sebaceous glands just beneath the skin on the top of your head. Under normal circumstances, a healthy amount of sebum is produced, which keeps the hair healthy and moisturized. It also prevents hair from breaking.

Some people produce too much sebum. This can result in a condition called folliculitis, which is inflammation caused by clogged follicles dues to excessive grease. Inflammation can interfere with the hair growth cycle, which contributes to hair loss and unhealthy hair. Using the right products to keep your scalp clean can prevent this condition (Ask about our Enzyme Cleanser).

Anagen hair care products

Pure and Natural.

Hair Care Tip #2: Avoid Harmful Chemicals

Many grocery store shampoos impair hair growth because they contain Sodium Laurel sulfate (kerosene based), Propylene glycol (base for antifreeze) and many other harmful chemicals. Our Anagen Therapy products are are made from only the purest, natural ingredients. We have eliminated anything that might be harmful to your hair.

Consider Your Brush

Hair Care Tip #3: Avoid Brushes With Sharp Bristles

Use brushes that have bulbs on the bristles to avoid scratching your skin.  Make sure the bristles are far apart from each other.  When you brush or comb your hair, gently separate tangles. Don’t pull or rip your hair.

 
Avoid brushes with sharp bristles
Avoid heat damage to your hair

Hot is Not Cool.

Hair Care Tip #4: Avoid Heat Damage

Heat can damage hair, especially fine, thin hair. Towel drying is your best option or using your hair dryer on a low cool setting several inches away from your hair. Also, avoid high heat settings on flat irons and curling irons.

Keep it Clean.

Hair Care Tip #5: Filter Out Harmful Chemicals

It’s ideal to gently wash your hair every other day using a shampoo and conditioner with natural paraben free, sulfate free ingredients. Removing the sebrum oil buildup will maintain an ideal growing environment for your hair. Avoid using conditioner at the base of the hair near the roots.

Also, it’s important to use a shower filter to eliminate harmful chemicals like chlorine that will damage your hair. Also, we offer an FDA approved formula that is extremely beneficial in fighting hair loss.

Filter out harmful chemicals from your water
Beware of Traction Alopecia

It May Look Cute, But...There's a Price to Pay

Hair Care Tip #6: Avoid Hair Harmful Hairstyles

Traction Alopecia is permanent hair loss due to scarring from pony tails, braids, dreadlocks, hair extensions or anything that continuously pulls tightly on your hair. An occasional unique hair style is ok, but use in moderation.

Avoid Stress

Hair Care Tip #7: Incorporate Exercise, Meditation, Prayer, and Rest

Long periods of uninterrupted stress can negatively impact the health of your hair. When your body is experiencing stress due to difficult circumstances or illness, all resources are diverted to the problem and away from your hair. Although stress can be a difficult thing to control, you can minimize the unfavorable effects of stress by forming healthy restorative habits like exercise, meditation and prayer.
avoid stress to care for your hair
Use Hair Supplements

A Little Extra Help Your Hair Can't Live Without

Hair Care Tip #8: Use Supplements that Support Hair Health

The five essential vitamins for optimal hair health are biotin, vitamin A, vitamin E, pantothenic acid, and inositol. Many of today’s foods don’t contain the nutrients and minerals they once did. That’s why these important supplements can be helpful to the health of your hair. (Ask about our natural supplements.)

Love Your Hair.

Hair Care Tip #9: Stop Smoking

It’s no secret that smoking can be an unhealthy habit. Because cigarette smoking causes vasoconstriction, the small thin, fragile capillaries that feed your hair follicles are constricted. Continued use of Nicotine causes these capillaries to shrink and contract. Without proper nutrition, your hair will become thin and wispy, eventually falling out. Cigarette smoke can also damage the shaft of the hair, causing it to become brittle and break easily.
stop smoking to care for your hair
Overuse of alcohol can harm your hair

Everything in Moderation

Hair Care Tip #10: Drink in Moderation

Drinking in moderation will not harm your hair. However, more than 3 drinks a day may become a problem. Alcohol doesn’t cause hair loss, but it is a diuretic, which can cause your hair to become brittle and unhealthy. Brittle hair can break and contribute to a thinner overall appearance.

Three Helpful Non-Surgical Treatments

Laser Therapy

FDA Approved, pain free, Laser Light Therapy is a clinically proven non-surgical hair restoration treatment that strengthens and thickens hair follicles giving hair a fuller appearance.

Plasma Therapy

Enhanced Hair Therapy capitalizies on your own body’s natural ability to heal damaged tissue with its own vital healing fluids. This causes miniaturized hair follicles to become healthier and larger, producing more robust hair growth.

SMP

Would you like an instant solution for your hair loss? Scalp Micropigmentation is an “outside of the box” treatment to disguise hair loss by creating a 5 o’clock shadow with pigment.