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Hair Growth in Children

| August 21, 2010 | 0 Comments

Many factors determine hair growth in children. Diet, hormones and genetics affect their hair growth process, making it slower or quicker. Growth spurts also affect hair growth in children. Time Frame After being six months in the uterus, thin hairs cover the baby´s body, this hair is called Lanugo. During those six months, glands secreting […]

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Three Phases of Hair Growth

| August 21, 2010 | 0 Comments

Humans have hair growth cycles that can be divided in three phases: Anagen, Catagen and Telogen. The time these phases will take to complete the hair growth process varies depending on what part of the body the hair is growing on. In fact, there can be dramatic differences between hair growing in different parts of […]

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The Hair Growth Cycle

| August 11, 2010 | 0 Comments

Hair starts growing from birth and keeps doing so till old age. It is one of the most hard-working parts of your skin, as it grows throughout your life and hardly gets a break. Each hair follicle basically goes through three cycles around 20 times in your life. These hair growth cycles or phases are […]

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Hair Growth Formulas—Natural Remedies

| August 9, 2010 | 1 Comment

Hair growth formulas are available in both solid and liquid forms as oils, gels, scrubs, creams, and serums. Many of the hair growth formulas in the market are expensive, but are usually not 100% natural or herbal. They contain chemicals which actually intensify hair damage. Fortunately, there are many economical homemade hair growth formulas that […]

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