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Hair growth in children

| August 27, 2010 | 0 Comments

Kids grow hair very fast. Hair growth in children is accelerated by their growing up process, and can end up at tow and half centimeters per month. New born babies have a slower hair growth, and can be still be bold at the age of eight months old. Once the child enters his first year […]

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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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