Thinning Hair, are Hair Care Products Contributing?
There are many factors that contribute to thinning hair, that’s why Invisible Hair offers hairpieces for women! Factors including diet, stress, genetics, medication, and aging can all contribute to thinning hair. Chemical damage and menopause contribute to fifty percent of women who experience thinning hair. The majority of haircare products contain alcohol, parabens, sodium laurel sulphate, DEA, and other toxic chemicals that may actually damage and thin hair. The products we put on our hair also go on our scalp and is absorbed into our body. An unhealthy scalp will block the absorption of nutrients needed for the growth of healthy hair. When choosing your haircare products look at the ingredients and choose those made with more natural ingredients. Thinning hair is fragile so avoid flat irons and curling irons, keep your scalp free of toxic build up, and never towel dry your hair. Be gentle with your hair and yourself by remembering to feed your body on the inside and out with healthy ingredients that will nourish all of you.
Dawn Harrison, owner of Invisible Hair Pieces, Extensions, and Human hair wigs.
Dawn has earned two U.S. Patents for inventing the “Invisible Hair Grafting”, which is a non-surgical method of attaching human hair pieces to women’s hair and skin.