specializing in achieving and maintaining healthy hair

Providing treatment and services to those suffering from
Scalp Issues, Hair Damage, Hair Breakage or Hair Loss.


Friday, December 31, 2010

Water It helps the body move nutrients and oxygen through blood and lymph and carry away debris and waste. - TheTotalBodyStore.com

Thursday, December 30, 2010

On average, each person's head carries about 100,000 hair follicles. Some people have as many as 150,000. - AHairLossSolution.com

Wednesday, December 29, 2010

On a baby's head, there are about 1,100 follicles per square centimeter. - BodySoulAndSpiritSalon.com

Friday, December 10, 2010

Hair Growth Tips

Be patient and squash the urge to get a full cut. This is a great opportunity to discover what length looks best on you.

Try out some new hairstyles. Take a cue from celebrities and enjoy diversity.

Invest in some hair accessories such as head-bands, barrettes, bobby pins, hair sticks, and ties. Use these to pin back awkward areas or wear a full-fledged bun or pony-tail.

When growing bangs out, you can pin them back or swoop them to the side.

If your hair is thick, ask your stylist to use thinning scissors to keep your hair more manageable.

Longer hair requires more time to maintain and style. Be sure to rinse out all of your shampoo and condition it properly.

There is no magic pill for hair growth but taking a multi-vitamin, eating healthy foods, and getting your beauty sleep is beneficial to both your hair and skin.

Avoid brushes and use only a wide-toothed comb on wet hair to avoid frizz and split ends.

If you really can't wait, go to the salon and have a professional add some hair extensions. Keep in mind that this is not a permanent fix and can damage your hair over time. Better yet, buy some inexpensive, clip-on extensions and pony tails. These can be found at beauty supply stores and drug stores

By Janice Bird - JaniceBird.com