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Your hair is a living and evolving part of your body your hair grows at approximately6cm every two weeks. Your hair contains Keratin which is fed from the scalp inside the hair shaft. Keratin is produced by your glands that secrete this hormone. Hormone secretion takes place inside the body, the human body's glands act as little factories producing these hormones to supplement the body and ultimately keep it healthy. Glands are all around the human anatomy, to understand your hair you need to understand this process. The glands need certain things in order to produce hormones, these are mainly vitamins. These vitamins are gathered from the consumption of everyday food stuffs.

Let us discuss about myths that must be busted so that you know your hair better.

Hair Loss Mythbusters and Solutions

Everyone has a favourite myth about hair care - and we usually never let the truth get in the way of a good legend! This article examines some of the most widely known - and the reality behind the myths.

1. Excessive washing of hair causes hair loss/dryness.

FALSE: Frequency of washing doesn't harm hair. Wash it as often as you like, although the recommendation is three times a week. The right shampoo for your hair type and texture will actually add moisture, body and beauty to your hair.

2. More shampoo = cleaner hair.

FALSE: Don't waste your shampoo! A dollop of shampoo, about the size of a quarter is usually enough for long hair. Very long hair may take a little more.

3. Conditioner helps repair split ends.

FALSE: No conditioner can "repair" damaged hair. What it can do is smooth down the cuticle and make hair seem in better condition. A good conditioner can also prevent damage from occurring in the first place.

4. Blow-drying produces hair loss.

FALSE: Blow-drying can damage, burn or dry hair, which can cause it to fall, but the hair will grow back immediately. This is not permanent hair loss.

5. Sleeping with wet hair causes scalp fungus.

FALSE: Scalp or fungal diseases can't be caught from sleeping with wet scalps. Scalp infections require prior involvement with infected sources such as humans, tainted hair care tools or animals. Scalp fungus (tinea capitis) mainly affects children, whose immune systems make them more susceptible to skin infections.

6. To get your hair to grow, brush 100 strokes each day.

FALSE: Brushing that much can damage the hair cuticle. NOT recommended! Actually, your hair reacts better to a comb than a brush. Brushing it will only lead to split ends and hair breakage.

7. Sharing combs and brushes can spread scalp diseases.

TRUE: Lice and other parasites can be transported from scalp to scalp through the sharing of combs, brushes and other hair care tools.

8. Cutting hair makes it grow faster and/or thicker.

FALSE: This common misconception comes from the fact that hair is thicker at the base than it is at the tip, so shorter hair appears thicker at first. Cutting your hair does not affect its normal biologically determined growth rate or overall texture. Thin, limp or fine hair will not ever grow thicker in response to a haircut. Plump up your hair by using volume enhancing hair care products, experimenting with a hair fattening blunt cut or getting a texturizing perm or color treatment.

9. Color treatment causes hair loss.

FALSE: Most hair coloring products contain chemicals that can do serious harm to the hair itself if not properly used, but it wont instigate hair loss.

10. Salon products are identical to drugstore products.

FALSE: Although there are exceptions, salon products generally contain higher quality, more expensive ingredients that are designed to consistently provide more intensive cleansing, moisturizing and conditioning results. The quality ingredients found in salon products are not usually found in drugstore brands. If in doubt - read the labels.

11. Long sun exposure favors hair loss.

FALSE: Your hair acts as a shield against the sun. Hair loss appears at the follicle level and so the sun would have to penetrate at this depth to do any damage.

12. Diet is related to hair loss.

TRUE: it's important to eat right in order to be generally healthy. However, no individual food has been proven to be beneficial or detrimental to hair.

13. Stress causes hair loss.

TRUE: Severe stress (e.g. surgery or a death in the family), can shut down hair production, causing temporary hairloss (alopecia areata). The scalp usually recuperates, though, and hair grows back

14. Wearing tight braids, ponytails or buns causes baldness.

TRUE: Traction alopecia is a very real hair loss condition that is quite common amongst older African American women. It results from wearing tight ponytails, cornrows or buns over an extended period of time. Over time, hair breakage or loss as the result of tight, stressed styles, can become permanent. Avoid this potential problem by opting for looser styles that minimize scalp tension.

15. Smoking causes gray hair.

TRUE: According to J. G. Mosley of the Leigh Infirmary in Lancashire, England in an article in Science News (January 11, 1997) smokers are four times more likely to have gray hair than non-smokers. Even worse, smoking has been conclusively linked to accelerated hair loss.

Now let us discuss about the methods to grow hair stronger.

Easy Methods to Hair Growth

This can help you understand how the human body produces Keratin and also how you can maintain healthy hair. Getting healthy hair is not as simple as it seems it all depends on your state of health how processed your hair has been.

There are several ways to treat your hair to keep it healthy I have broke these down into three types these methods suit every budget. I have made some assumptions that you are not interested in using a shampoo and conditioner combination from a supermarket and that you are starting from the point of view of purchasing and using these separately either currently or you are planning to in the future from a hair salon.

Hair Growth Method 1

This is a combination of using a salon prescribed shampoo and conditioner. Salon prescribed means talking to your hair stylist and asking them to prescribe the best combination for your hair type and style. This may change over time as your style or color changes. This is not a trick for you to buy every shampoo and conditioner in the salon. There are many products on the market and they all can fit different situations. A good tip is use a salon product differently than if you used a off the shelf local store brand. These products are more concentrated and a recommend usage amount is around a pea size to treat a normal hair length. When using a conditioner, make sure you leave in for at least three to five minutes no matter which one you are applying.

Hair Growth Method 2

This is the same as method one but also adding a specialist treatment into the mix. A treatment is a specialist blend of ingredients that have been brought together to target a specific hair problem. It's possible to skip the conditioning step and add the treatment instead. Wrap your hair in a towel while it goes to work all are different and will advise on the label instructing on the necessary time to leave-in.

Hair Growth Method 3

This is quite a new method and if you use one and two they will generally cure over time any hair problems. But additionally you can add a vitamin supplement to your diet. I advise here that the key is your diet; sometimes a vitamin can have little or no effect on your health. Your glands can only use as much vitamins as they need to produce hormones they will not produce more just because you add more vitamins to your body. There may be exceptions; if you are exercising on a regular basis your body may be producing more hormones to other parts of your body to aid recovery.

The factors that affect your hair are very individual to you and your personal circumstance. Factor's maybe a recently suffered an accident or trauma this can seriously affect your hair condition. If you are a heavy smoker or drinker this has an effect. During and after pregnancy affect the body's hormones and glands. Time is a great healer and sometimes by just a change a diet a reducing in drinking and smoking can have a profound effect on your hair as well rest of your body. Unless you a have a specific hormone imbalance which can be identified by visiting a Doctor.

Using vitamin supplements is an extreme way to think you can achieve healthier hair. For the best possible shiny healthy hair ask a hair stylist. They will be aware of your hair type, yourself and what processes you have had treated to your hair.


  1. hazeldyme says:

    I’m with you. I shampoo once a week and sometimes don’t feel like doing it then.

  2. kandie731 says:

    sorry your son’s team lost, but y’all will get ’em next time….you’re doing the right thing as far as how many times you’re supposed to wash your hair. those of us who have course textured hair are supposed to wash our hair once a week, twice if it has a lot of product build up. peple who have that stringy straight hair, release oils through their hair and that’s why they have to wash everyday or every other day or else they’d look like a wet mouse lol…love your progress Diva 🙂

  3. livelaughrockout91 says:

    I have a question:
    I am planning to do my big chop this week and i was wondering what products/regimine you used afterwards to protect it since it was freshly cut?
    If you have any other advice for me, i could really use it.

  4. PhillyDiva19154 says:

    you are right and washing my hair 1 per week is working for me.

  5. PhillyDiva19154 says:

    well honestly the day after I did my big chop I put kinky twist in my hair so I didnt have any type of regimen afterwards…but my hai was so short back then, water and IC gel just made my hair curl right up…it dont do that anymore because my hair is longer but I mainly focused on moisture in the beginning stages…I used alot of my water and veg gly. spray on my hair and I keep my scalp clean. but I went straight into protective hairstyles mood after my BC

  6. livelaughrockout91 says:

    How long ago was your big chop??

  7. PhillyDiva19154 says:

    I did my BC on March 22, 2009

  8. Jayniece07 says:

    How often do u wash ur hair? Thanks!

  9. i cowash once a week and shampoo once a month.

  10. sugartastic1 says:

    What is your usual hair regimen? BTW, I love you and you inspire me.

  11. mpenny226 says:

    I agree. Switching it up is good. I use the hot oil more in the winter. It is so dry here in Chicago in the winter so hot oil is best then.

  12. livelaughrockout91 says:

    Thank you so much for your help.

  13. press28ga says:

    girl you so crazy LOL “you can use crisco” too funny. what type is your denman d3, d4?

  14. EbonyBeauty1212 says:

    LOL Ima gangsta diva, I do everything rough…u are too hilarious girl! Thx 4 sharing as always =)

  15. msambitous says:

    hey philly diva!!!
    So I just decided to go natural. My last relaxer was 2 months ago!! My hair is thick as hell LOL and very dry!! I did bantu knots the other day and then it rained : (…..So im just growing my hair out now!! I am clueless as to what to do with my hair now!!! I just have been wearing a beanie 4 like 2 weeks!! I NEED UR HELP!! oh and by the way…. from west philly too…but livin in tx!! so ur helpin stay connected!!!

  16. PhillyDiva19154 says:

    Ok–I am here for ya girl…first thing first. Since you are newly natural, you need to decide if you are doing to cut off your relaxed ends or just let it grow out. Next, depending on what you decide, you may or may not experience alot of dryness during the beginning months so it is really important that you find some good products to help keep your hair moisturized. After that-its all about trial & error- finding what works & what your hair likes…just keep watching the vids girl.

  17. what type of denman brush did buy? is it medium or large?

  18. PhillyDiva19154 says:

    Not sure…I brought a while ago…but if I had to guess I would say its the medium size one…I paid like $10 for it from Sally’s

  19. MsGoldmind says:

    Crisco….lmao! I love ur video!!

  20. xoxPrincesz2011 says:

    How long did you transition for before you BC’d? Im currently transitioning & i love ur length!!

  21. PhillyDiva19154 says:

    I didnt transiton long…my hair before I BC was past my shoulders but it was badly damaged so I just cut it…the 2 textures drove me crazy and now my hair grows faster and stronger being 100% natural.

  22. your eyebrows are the bomb,how do u get them like that?

  23. trecey920 says:

    you saying Crisco I know someone that uses margerine! lol oil is oil

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