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“Dear Pat, I seem to have more bad hair days lately than good hair days. I try to take care of my hair. But it’s becoming lackluster and not growing as fast as it always has. Any suggestions? Your Client & Friend, Judi S.”
Thanks, Judi, for asking, and I am pleased to share with our regular readers and those who have checked out this blog post. (Additional information to our article below can be found in our blog post “18 New Year's Resolutions for Healthy Hair.” )
Using the right products for your hair type is important to manage and nurture your hair, but if you get keratin treatments, you must regularly use authentic keratin-infused hair products, especially shampoo free of sodium chloride and harsh sulfates that can strip the keratin from your hair. Be sure they are purchased from a hair salon not purchased online – see why, here! (Original post HERE.)
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The Olaplex system is fantastic and affordable “insurance” against breakage/damage during chemical processing (especially from bleach and perming solution, but from all chemical processes, too). In addition to application with chemical processing, Olaplex can be used as a stand-alone treatment to restore compromised hair, giving you the softest, shiniest, and healthiest hair imaginable. Read more about this bond multiplier service on our web page “OLAPLEX. One Ingredient Changes Everything.”
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And don't forget about drinking plenty of water! Read here about four ways that drinking water can promote hair growth.
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