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5 Tips and 5 Steps to combat Scalp Dryness
5 Tips and 5 Steps to combat Scalp Dryness

If you suffer from a dry scalp then it’s critical to nurture your scalp as part of your ongoing weekly hair care regime. The consequences of not caring for your scalp could lead to inflammation, infection and potential hair growth problems.

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Combating Head Lice with Natural ingredients
Combating Head Lice with Natural ingredients

Both carrier and essential oils are critical to successfully dealing with a head lice infestation. Carrier oils are typically cold-pressed oils that are produced from the fatty portions of a specific plant and are used to suffocate and immobilise the lice. Contained within the carrier oils are the essential oils known to possess ovicidal, repellent and insecticidal activities and used safely are a natural alternative in helping to eradicate lice and eggs. Holistic Hair use lavender, tea tree, citronella and pink grapefruit as our chosen essential oils.

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The Healthy Hair Diet
The Healthy Hair Diet

The foods you eat and their nutritional value play a critical role in the health of your scalp and the growth of your hair. There are approximately 120,000 hairs growing on the scalp at any one time, all needing nutritional support, but it’s a fact that hair is not a vital organ or tissue, meaning your body will never prioritise its nutritional needs. Therefore a nutritional imbalance will often show up first as a scalp issue and/or in the form of excessive hair fall or hair loss.
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Fine hair, Hair fall, Thinning hair or Hair loss? What is the difference and what can you do?
Fine hair, Hair fall, Thinning hair or Hair loss? What is the difference and what can you do?

Hair shedding sometimes referred to as hair fall is normal and everyone loses between 50 and 100 hairs a day. When the scalp sheds significantly more hairs every day, a person is deemed to have excessive hair shedding and the medical term for this condition is telogen effluvium.Hair loss differs from hair shedding. Hair loss occurs when something stops the hair from growing. The medical term for this condition is anagen effluvium.

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