One of the hottest ingredients found in strengthening
shampoos and conditioners today is hydrolyzed wheat protein. It’s been touted
as an effective hair grower and thickener for those with hair loss or thinning
hair. But is it really effective, and what does it actually do to our tresses?
We’ll dive deeper into what hydrolyzed wheat protein is about in our post for
today. Hydrolyzed Wheat Protein What?
Lots of herbs and spices are used not only in cooking but in
medicine as well. And you’ve probably heard of the many amazing benefits of
turmeric for our health. But did you know that this Indian native spice also
works wonders for your hair?
Our post for today centers on the benefits of turmeric for your
hair. We’ll also explore ways to use turmeric for hair care and hair regrowth. What is Turmeric?
Green tea is long touted as a popular healthy beverage
across the world. It is best enjoyed as a drink, but several companies have harnessed
the healing power of green tea and made it among the main ingredients of many
personal care products, including those used for hair care.
Many people believe that green tea can solve a myriad of
hair issues, including dandruff, dryness, and hair fall. But are these beliefs
really true? And if they are, how should you use green tea for your hair? We
answer all these questions in our post today. What’s Green Tea?
Dehydration is one of the contributing factors to brittle
and hair-loss prone hair. Tresses that lack moisture often appear frizzy,
fried, and damaged. Apply a teeny-tiny bit of pressure on dehydrated hair, and
you’ll spot hair strands falling to your palm almost instantaneously.