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Madhuchandru asks:
I want to have thick hair day by day I am losing my thickness as there is nobody in our family has baldness or hereditary evidence I am very concerned

Tony MaleedyAnswered By:
Tony Maleedy
There are many reasons why we lose hair, it could be linked to your health, diet or stress levels, and it could still be hereditary. Genetic hair loss patterns can skip two or three generations so even if your parents or even your grandparents have no hair loss problems it is still possible to inherit a hair thinning condition from a great grandparent. It would be a good idea for you to consult a Trichologist to try to establish the cause of your thinning hair. They may also be able to reduce or stop the problem. Call the Institute of Trichologists on 08706 070602 for your nearest practitioner.

Christine asks:
At the top of my head where my hair parting is my hair is just breaking off and I am left with tufty pieces and long pieces. I do get my hair coloured and use straighteners. I have stopped using my usual hairdresser as someone says it could be the way the colour is applied on.

Pablo AlvarezAnswered By:
Pablo Alvarez
I think perhaps there is too much going on with your hair! OK the colour you are using could be very strong or any bleaching could be causing most of the damage. As for the straighteners, it is very important that your hair is totally dry prior to using them especially with coloured hair, as when your hair is chemically damaged it will absorb water deeply inside and even if your hair appears to be dry, when you are straightening your hair which usually heats up to about 180 to 220 degrees this would make that water boil inside of the hair which produces steam, that steam inside of your hair becomes pressure which would make your hair almost explode like a pressure cooker. Its time to put back some moisturising nourishment and protein to that hair.

Denni asks:
I have really frizzy hair and also a very dry scalp, I was wondering if there is any thing out there that will help my frizzy hair and dry scalp?

Diana DudasAnswered By:
Diana Dudas
Use shampoos that contain coconut oil, this is good for both the scalp and hair. Razzamatazz moisture loc shampoo is awesome

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