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Frequently Asked Questions about Hair Care

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Question: Does Healthy Hair Lifestyles have a Magazine?

Answer:  Currently, Healthy Hair Lifestyles do not have any magazine or printed materials, aside from its e-book. It contains a wide range of hair care topics, tips, hacks, and more about hair care. You can grab your own copy and hear about exclusive offers and promotions by subscribing to us! To sign up, simply enter your email address below the page and click on the “Submit” button. Once your email had been confirmed you‘d receive your e-book via email. Sign up, now!

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Question: How much should I pay for Healthy Hair lifestyles’ e-book subscription?

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Question: Can I use the information on Healthy Hair Lifestyles to treat my hair care ailments?

Answer:  The contents of Healthy Hair Lifestyles are for informational purposes only. Do not use it as a substitute for professional advice, medication, and diagnosis. You can read our Terms and Conditions for more information.

Question: Where does Healthy Hair Lifestyles base its product and brand reviews?

Answer: All Healthy Hair Lifestyles Reviews and star ratings are based on our own product testing and experience. We ensure our readers to get the first-hand information about the products’ evaluation.

Question: Are all the beauty products that Healthy Hair Lifestyles feature safe and effective?

Answer: All the hair care products in our recommended lists and reviews are certified as safe and healthy by a credible third party such as the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) and the United States Department of Agriculture USDA. However, its effectiveness may vary from person to person because of difference in hair types and needs. To determine the best hair care product for you, consult your doctor.

Question: Does Healthy Hair Lifestyles sell hair care products on their site?

Answer:  As of the moment, Healthy Hair Lifestyles is not selling any kind of hair care products. We focus on working towards providing you with reliable information in answering your concerns about hair care routines, purchases, trends, and more.

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Question: How can I get in touch with Healthy Hair Lifestyles?

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FAQs about Hair Care Products

Question: Are Sulphates in hair care products bad for your strands?

Answer: Sulphates are responsible for the foaming lather in your shampoos. If you have a particularly sensitive skin, sulfates can be bad for your hair. It may cause an allergic reaction or irritation. Even though shampoos with sulfates can clean your hair thoroughly, it can also strip the hair’s natural oils as well, leaving it dull and dry.

Question: What chemicals should I avoid when buying shampoo or conditioner?

Answer:  Many hair care products in the market contain ingredients that are harmful to your health. Shampoos and conditioners, in particular, contain many toxic ingredients. Below are the top five toxic ingredients you should avoid when picking out a shampoo or conditioner:

  • Sulfates

Like what is mentioned earlier, sulfates are chemical detergents that are often used in industrial cleaning. It can be harsh on the hair and scalp because they can strip away the natural moisture that keeps your hair shiny and soft.

  • Parabens

Parabens are chemical preservatives often present in makeup and skin care products. They are linked to damaging hormones and may increase the risk of breast cancer.

  • Fragrance

Though fragrance may sound harmless, it is quite the opposite. No one knows what a manufacturing company puts in to create fragrance because the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) does not regulate the term. So if “fragrance” is on your shampoo’s ingredient list, there is no telling what is in there.

  • Triclosan

Like parabens, triclosan is commonly present in personal care products as a preservative. It helps reduce or prevent bacterial contamination on soaps and body washes, toothpaste, and certain cosmetics, as well as furniture, kitchenware, clothing, and toys. It is not advisable to use products with Triclosan because it may impair muscle function and increase breast cancer risk.

  • Polyethylene Glycol

Polyethylene Glycol or PEG is commonly present in cosmetics as thickeners, solvents, softeners, cosmetic cream bases. However, it has adverse side effects. In the short-run, it may cause skin rashes and contact dermatitis. For long-term effects, it leaves the body vulnerable to cancer and other diseases.

Question: What ingredients should I look for in my hair care products?

Answer:  While the presence of harmful chemicals is widespread in hair care products, there are also many healthy options that you can choose. Here is a short list of the best natural ingredients for healthy hair:

  • Argan Oil

Argan Oil is a proven natural wonder in both hair care and skin care. It can make your hair softer, silkier, and shinier. It is also the ideal hair treatment for split ends and for taming frizzy hair.

  • Coconut Oil

The vitamins and essential fatty acids naturally found in coconut oil nourish the scalp and help to remove sebum build-up from hair follicles. These make the hair naturally softer, thicker, and stronger.

  • Neem Oil

Are you worried about your thin and damaged hair? Neem oil is the best option for you. It contains fatty acids that can nourish and moisturize your hair. It also has chemical properties that encourage the healthy division of cells.

  • Mud

Mud is a healthy option for healthy hair and scalp. Because of its high mineral content like zinc, calcium, magnesium, potassium, selenium, and more, it can give your hair and scalp a healthy treat. Its Zinc content may also treat frequent hair fall.

Question: Is it true that some well-known hair care brands contain harmful ingredients?

Answer: Unfortunately, it is true. When you take a stroll down to hair care aisles, you will be surprised to see the toxic chemicals mentioned above on some famous brands. The best thing to do is always do a research and check the ingredients of any products you plan to purchase. As much as possible, opt for natural and organic skin care and hair care products.