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Zoe asks:
I have mid-length fine hair and recently it has been getting really greasy. I wash my hair every morning as I suffer from really bad bed head. I have tried loads of different shampoos and refrain from using conditioner. I am becoming very conscious that people will notice the greasiness! What steps can I take to stop it getting so greasy?

Gary SunderlandAnswered By:
Gary Sunderland
A really simple and effective way of helping stop this is in your routine when washing your hair. On your final rinse (after rinsing out the shampoo) turn the water to cool or cold if you can stand it. This will help cool down your scalp. Ensure when you are washing your hair that you only apply a light massaging technique when shampooing as if you are too heavy at this stage it will only stimulate your sebaceous glands and promote more oil production. ...More >

Lastly try using a spray in conditioner through the mid lengths and ends to avoid the conditioner coming into contact with your scalp.

If you follow this then you should notice a reduction in the natural oil on your scalp keeping your hair easier to manage.

Rosa asks:
I am 16 years old and have recently finished chemotherapy in August this year. My hair is only about an inch long now and I still wear a wig. I am desperate for longer hair and am too self conscious to go out with the short hair I currently have. Do you have any advice on increasing hair growth and I also wondered if you thought a weave would be a good idea as I have fine blonde hair. I would like something that looked natural so did not think extensions would be a good idea. Any advice?

Diane ShawAnswered By:
Diane Shaw
I hope you are on the mend and getting stronger each day. Your body has just been through a traumatic time to say the least. The healing process will be slow and this will be reflected in your hair growth. ...More >

I think it is a good idea to keep wearing a wig until your hair is at least shoulder length.

I do not think that now is the time to introduce intricate hair extension techniques to your new growth as this will add too much stress initially to the hair folicles.

Once your hair has grown back to shoulder length, I would recommend the micro ring track technique. This evenly distributes the hair extensions around your head, the technique is flate and not detectable. This would be much kinder to your hair and will encourage it to grow.

Hina asks:
I am 30, Mother of 2 I used to have very long hair but now my hair is very dry, damaged, fine and frizzy even after using straighteners it is flyaway. My hair highlighted too!. I went to Boots last week and saw your products but I did not know which one to buy, I bought mature hair shampoo and conditioner and creame serum with protein please, please tell me what to buy?

Trevor SorbieAnswered By:
Trevor Sorbie
May I suggest that first you go to a salon and have a haircut to remove any split ends or broken hair. If you use the products you have purchased as directed then you will see an improvement in your hair. May I suggest that you use the intensive conditioning treatment once a week. Leave it on your hair while you have a bath so the nutrients can infuse the hair. Please also check that your brushes and combs are not damaged, if they are they could be damaging your hair. Also, are you tying your hair back in elastics, if you are, this could be causing damage. Try using other products called Repair and Protect which are new and may help you restore your hair to its former glory.

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