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June 03, 2022
Following on from last week’s, How to Get Thicker Hair Part 1. I didn’t want to exclude people who struggle with a bush and think these tips are only for people with fine hair. If you have thicker unruly hair all the tips will help you too because healthy hair is softer, vibrant and more manageable.
So this is for everyone - if you have the best quality hair leaving the scalp and preserve that as it grows down, everything about haircare gets easier and you can do much more with it.
This pretty much sums up the route to cellular health on which our total wellbeing depends, whether those nutrients and toxins are physical or energetic. How effectively we feed and cleanse our system is a basis of vitality and anti-ageing.
And so with hair we can affect the quality of new growth at the scalp by encouraging the supply of nutrients to the roots and eliminating toxins as efficiently as possible.
Nutrients InBlood supply brings nutrients and oxygen. General health, exercise, diet, positive energy and scalp massage all help.
Toxins OutBlood supply takes away the toxins of cellular metabolic waste, and others are excreted through the scalp in perspiration. The build up of toxins, exacerbated by excessive lifestyles and negative stress, can lead to inflammation. Pollution, excess sebum, detritus, toxic chemicals from harsh products like plasticisers and silicones can build up and clog the follicles leading to weaker hair growth.
Cleansing - Keeping the scalp clean and clear is helped with regular exfoliation.
NutrientsThese supplements are designed help promote general wellbeing, with a bias towards healthy hair and nails. Using the most bioavailable versions of each ingredient maximises the value of each capsule.
Regulating Excess Sebum - Balancing Scalp Shampoo uses orange oil and sulphur to help oily scalps.
Hair health starts with scalp health and giving time to scalp care leads to better quality hair growth.
Michael Van Clarke
October 28, 2022
September 22, 2022
It’s now a few weeks since schools returned. The chill of winter is breezing through intermittently. The holiday glow has faded and the hair may reveal the dry, faded consequences of zero sun-protection. Aggravated scalps may also be flakier.
This seasonal shift beckons us to assess, repair and renew, ready for the next chapter. Investing in
September 10, 2022
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