Hair and Scalp

hair and scalp

Hair and Scalp Although other animals may have features that greatly resemble hair — such as whiskers, cilia, or feathers — actual hair is often considered one of the defining characteristic across all species of mammals. Although it may appear that some species of mammals have very little visible hair, upon close examination you will…

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Children

women’s hair care

Children’s Hair Care In terms of major differences between a child’s hair, when compared to that of an adult’s hair, there are not too many differences where basic hair care is concerned. However, one issue that tends to be more prominent with children’s hair is that their hair is typically more greasy than that of…

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Women

women's hair care

Women’s Hair Care Hair grows at a fairly standard rate, from 1/4 to 1/2-inch each month. One essential rule of hair care for women is to get a haircut every six to ten weeks to avoid split ends, a condition that causes the ends of your hair to fray or split. But unlike most men,…

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Hair Basics

shampooing hair

Hair Basics For most of us, our rules for hair care boil down to three simple steps — rinse, lather, and repeat. It shouldn’t come as a surprise that the more than 100,000 tiny hairs that call your scalp their home need much more specialized care than the daily shampoo (and as you’ll find, a…

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