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Sophie asks:
How to get rid of split ends and how to stop your hair from getting less greasy?

Gary SunderlandAnswered By:
Gary Sunderland
The only true way to get rid of those split ends is by having them cut off.

Look at your styling regime and see if you can identify what is causing them. More often than not it is mechanical damage, brushes combs, and more recently over the years abuse of electrical styling items. ...More >

Ensure you use electrical styling products that help retain as much moisture as possible like the FHI platform if you use a straightening iron.

Also make sure you use professional home hair care while styling to help protect your hair while styling. L Oreal Professional hot style constructor is a great product while ironing your hair and crystal gloss will give it a great polish.

If hair is becoming too greasy try following this simple routine.

On the last rinse after shampooing use cool water.

This will cool down your scalp and aid sebum production. While shampooing ensure you use a light massaging technique has if you are too heavy handed it will stimulate sebum production.

Last but not least use a light spray on conditioner and try as much as possible to keep it away from roots.

Bibi asks:
I am experiencing lots of hair fall every day now for the last 18 months.

Gary SunderlandAnswered By:
Gary Sunderland
I would try and visit a professional salon, especially if there is a local Trichologist hair and scalp expert near you. There are many things that can cause hair loss from illness, diet and stress to name a few. There are many products on the market that will help prevent hair loss and promote hair growth but I think it wise to get a professional opinion to get to the root of the problem before ANY remedy is suggested.

Michelle asks:
I have been trying to lengthen my hair for a long time but it never seems to grow. Is there anything I can do to help its growth? It just tends to stop at shoulder length.

Gary SunderlandAnswered By:
Gary Sunderland
The natural growth cycle of hair can be different on everyone (look at mine it gave up years ago, except on my chin). And not everyone is destined to be able to grow their hair long. There are professional products on the market which are fantastic not just for hair loss but also hair thickening and helping to maintain a healthy hair a scalp. This may benefit you an it will promote hair growth and keep you hair healthy. Also ensure that when you visit your hairdresser every 4-6 weeks that you only have removed what is entirely necessary. When brushing your hair make sure that you use a bristle brush, this will ensure that your hair is looked after while brushing rather than been pulled out from the root or split and damaged as come plastic combed brushes do. This is called mechanical damage and is a large contributing factor to split ends, static and can be a factor in perceived lack of hair growth

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