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From: Leslie Correa (leslie.lamasbeauty.com)
Subject: Our hair is what really betrays our age
Date: November 30, 2008 at 8:13 am PST

In Reply to: Hair Oil posted by Dry Hair on November 29, 2008 at 7:20 pm:

Hi Dry Hair
You mentioned that your scalp doesn't produce as much oil as it used to. This tells me that your hair used to produce sufficient oil and dry hair and scalp wasn't a problem. Experts say your hair is what really betrays your age. We're living longer, and we're torturing our hair like never before (color, highlights, relaxers, perms, irons, rollers, blow drying). Then combine this with environmental issues (pollution, sun damage)and chronological aging, medication, and you've got an epidemic of parched, brittle, and frayed hair.

As we mature we findourselves adjusting the way we take care of ourselves.
1st I'll recommend 1/2 teaspoon of safflower oil taken orally a day or
Omega-3 supplements. It will be great for your skin and they will help you reduce heart attacks by 50% too! (as per CNN)

2nd brush your hair regularly. Use a paddle brush it will exfoliate dry skin & stimulte the scalp. It will also smooth the cuticle and impart shine. Best time to brush your hair is before you shampoo it. Your natural oils (sebum) are better than any you can buy off the shelf. In your case since you don't produce much oil use either of the ones you mentioned, they're both good products its just a matter of which scent you like best.

3rd Get a good low pH shampoo. High pH shampoos raise the cuticle allowing moisture to evaporate.

4th Replace lipids. Your scalp produces some sebum. This is the hairs' natural source of lipids or essential fatty acids (EFA's.) If your hair grows past your neck line; The hair makes no or little contact with the body. If you use heat (irons, rollers, blow drying), your hair will get depleted of EFA's. Your will benefit greatly from a deep treatment once a month.

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