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I strongly recommend this product to anyone who has or who is experiencing hair loss regardless of gender.”
~L.D. Stephens


Herbal Hair Loss Products Can Also Protect Hair from Heat and Chemical Damage

If you ever color or bleach your hair, you might be a candidate for herbal hair growth supplements. Many people with strong, healthy hair apply bleach or dyes to change the color of their hair. If you use chemical hair color treatments, or if you use hair treatments to curl or straighten your hair, you might cause damage to the hair shaft.

Dry heat can also damage healthy hair. Electric hair dryers and curling irons can damage the hair cuticle, making your hair shaft weak and brittle. Add to this many other factors such as chlorine in a swimming pool, or damage caused by direct sunlight, and you’ll see that your hair is constantly under assault.

Once you begin to damage the shaft, your hair can become weaker, thinner, or brittle. Proper covering, conditioning, and common sense are your first line of defense. Your hair shaft is made up of proteins, so anything that builds up these proteins will strengthen your hair.

Even if you’re not suffering hair loss, herbal hair loss remedies can make your hair stronger. These natural hair loss treatments can help you minimize the damage and keep your hair longer and stronger for years to come. In addition, natural topical hair treatments can help, especially if they contain ingredients such as seaweed, kelp, and jojoba oil.

If you learn a little bit about the growth of hair and the underlying causes of hair loss and weakened hair strands, you’ll understand how to minimize the damage you cause when you alter the color or form of your hair with chemicals. You can find out more about herbal hair loss products and the hair growth cycle by contacting corporate.

Hair growth starts below the surface of your skin, inside the hair follicles of your scalp. A mass of cells called the papilla grows cells which form the hair shaft. As new hair cells grow, they create a continuously longer strand of hair. Most hair loss treatments that work are based on stimulating or nourishing the papilla so it produces a strong, healthy strand of hair.

Eventually, the hair shaft falls out, and your follicle produces a new hair shaft. This is a normal, natural part of the hair growth cycle, and it happens every day. As long as the growth of new hair replaces the discarded hair, you won’t experience baldness, receding hair line, or other types of hair loss.

When you use chemicals to color your hair or change its consistency, you may cause direct damage to the hair shaft. Over the long term, these chemical hair treatments can make your hair brittle, so that it might break or fall out sooner. This shortens the hair growth cycle, and if your follicles can’t produce new hair fast enough to replace the damaged hair shafts, you will notice hair loss.

Compare a thick climbing rope to a thin piece of thread. The rope can support a heavy person without breaking. The thread will snap under just a small amount of pressure. In the same way, if you have thick hair, it will resist breaking and last longer.

Now think about what happens when you apply chemical treatments to your hair. Instead of a rope, imagine a dry piece of grass. It’s brittle, and it can break easily. When you apply coloring or other treatments to your hair, it can become brittle like that piece of grass.

This is where using a natural hair loss product can help you. Experts recommend you condition and “moisturize” your hair just as you would for your skin, so it’s only natural that you would want to nourish your hair from the inside as well. Many herbs help to feed your hair follicles. Healthy follicles will produce hair faster, and they might produce stronger, thicker hair shafts that will be more resistant to the damage caused by chemicals you apply to your hair.

Herbal hair products, as well as herbal supplements in general, can help protect your body from the harmful effects of chemicals, and this will also indirectly protect your hair from bleaching and other forms of chemical damage.

What to Do About Damaged Hair

When you experience severely damaged hair after getting a perm or tinting, visit a dermatologist to see if the damage has extended to your follicles. Be sure you document any doctor visits, and collect proof of your situation and the way you resolve it.

Treat damaged hair with extra care. Use a conditioner regularly, and moisturize your hair every day. Don’t wash your hair more than four times a week, and pat it dry with a towel. Never use a brush on wet hair. Once you’ve taken these precautionary steps, you may want to improve the growth and recovery of your hair through a proper diet. At this point, herbal hair growth supplements could be the final step towards restoring thick, luxurious hair.

One of the secrets to strong, healthy hair is nutrition. If you want to find out more about natural herbal hair loss products that might be right for you, please contact Samsons Secret Offices.

The information in this article is not meant to diagnose, treat, or cure any condition. Please consult with your physician before using dietary supplements or hair loss products.

originally published 4-01-2005


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