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Welcome to Our Blog: Tackling Common Hair Concerns Welcome to our blog, your comprehensive resource for addressing and resolving all your hair concerns. Whether you’re dealing with frizz, hair loss, dryness, or any other issue, we’ve got the expert advice, tips, and product recommendations you need to keep your hair healthy and beautiful. In this guide, we’ll explore some of the most common hair concerns and offer practical solutions to help you achieve your hair goals. Understanding Hair Concerns Hair concerns can arise from a variety of factors, including genetics, environmental influences, styling habits, and overall health. Addressing these concerns…

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Google "how to help your hair grow" and prepare to have your mind blown by the sheer amount of information (often conflicting, TBH), tips, and, probably above all, products claiming to offer a miracle solution. Click through and you'll find that horsetail oil is often mentioned as both a topical and oral option. But before we get into the nitty-gritty of this ingredient, let's start with one major disclaimer. There's truly no miracle product or ingredient out there that's going to magically make your hair grow. The closest thing is arguably minoxidil, the FDA-approved ingredient proven to actually grow new…

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For gymgoers, there’s nothing quite as satisfying as putting your hair up into a cute workout hairstyle and getting your sweat on. One thing that’s not so satisfying? Dealing with the sweaty aftermath. From those squeezing in cardio before the first meeting of the day to those sneaking a weightlift sesh in before a night out on the town, we all know how troublesome styling sweaty hair can be. But don’t hit the showers or book scalp Botox just yet: You’ve got options. There are numerous quick and easy ways to revive sweaty hair after a workout. All it takes…

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If there's any weather that threatens to undo all the best-laid plans for a chic and sleek hairstyle, it's humidity. (Pause for a collective groan.) When heat and moisture combine, frizz often gets a hold of us — but there is a fix. Actually, there are dozens of them. Below, browse hairstyles that laugh in the face of frizz, per our expert panel of celebrity hairstylists. From cornrows to messy buns and artfully undone chignons, there's a humid-weather-appropriate hairstyle for every hair type. Keep scrolling for 42 humidity-proof hairstyles that fight frizz. Low Bun With Clips Blogger Leonie Hanne is giving…

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How to Use Ashwagandha for Hair Frequently Asked Questions For over 8000 years, Ayurvedic practitioners in India have harnessed the healing properties of one powerful root to soothe a wide variety of ailments. Discovered by the most ancient system of medical sciences, Ashwagandha, classified as an adaptogen, has been both ingested and used topically to treat many mental and physical health concerns. Ashwagandha is commonly referred to as “Indian Winter cherry” or “Indian Ginseng.” The powder produced from the root of the Ashwagandha plant has been credited with boosting energy levels, reducing inflammation, easing anxiety, and improving the body’s defense…

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If you have hair that’s long enough to pull back into a ponytail, it’s fair to say that you’ve probably experienced your fair share of knots. Some knots may be mild and will only slightly tug at the scalp when you try to brush through them, but others can be more intense, especially if your hair is matted. In that case, the knots can feel impossible to get through, causing feelings of anxiety with thoughts of “What if I can’t brush this out?” and “How much hair am I going to lose?” running through your mind. Typically, a good detangler…

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Hair shedding can be stressful, especially because it’s hard to know when you’re losing more hair than is average or normal. Gary Goldenberg, a board-certified dermatologist at Goldenberg Dermatology in New York City says that losing as many as 100 strands a day is standard. But when you start noticing significant hair loss in the shower, on your pillow, or your brush, it’s time to visit a dermatologist for evaluation. Dermatologist recommended hair growth treatments could be the answer for you, so we spoke with four doctors to bring you the best options. What Causes Hair Loss? “The most common cause for hair thinning and hair…

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Many of us go to extreme lengths to take care of our hair. Whether it’s by curating the perfect haircare routine and wash schedule or going through an extensive trial-and-error process to find your best haircut and style; it’s only natural to take pride in your hair game. So, if you then begin to notice a receding hairline, it can feel a little scary. Of course, a receding hairline is nothing to be ashamed about—hair loss and thinning is way more common than you may think. While you may know you’re not alone, we understand that it can sometimes feel…

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More often than not, dealing with greasy hair can feel like a vicious cycle. If you wash hair too much, that can trigger an overproduction of oil. If you wait a few days in between washes, you can wind up dealing with a greasy scalp. And if you use dry shampoo, it may help reduce the oily appearance temporarily, but that same dry shampoo could wind up clogging your hair follicles and in turn, trigger even more oil. If you’ve dealt with greasy hair, you’re probably well aware of all of this and more. Thankfully, though, there are more than…

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Ah, static—the bane of our winter hair. The cold weather commences and our strands turn into some sort of science project. But speaking of science, what’s the reasoning behind the static anyway? It turns out when two, unlike materials, rub against each other, the electrons are transferred from one surface to another. However, on a surface that doesn’t conduct electricity well (like dry hair), the charge builds up and the electrons sit there with nowhere to go. As a result, the hair starts spreading apart and getting that funky, staticky look. It seems impossible to tame wild flyaways after throwing…

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