There has been some articles recently about a blogger who claims brushing her hair more often actually made it grow faster. However, there is no proven scientific evidence that this is factual. She may have experienced actual growth or imagined it. There’s no science based data, but that doesn’t mean it’s not true. A gentle hair brush can stimulate and massage the scalp encouraging blood flow. Increased blood flow to the scalp can help produce healthier hair.
There is research, however, that using a boar bristle brush is very good for the hair and scalp. Boar hair is gentle on scalp and hair and causes less damage than other types of hairbrush material. They will add shine and redistribute natural oils from the scalp to the hair body making it shinier. The boar hair brush can add a nice luster to hair that is dull. Avoid damaging wire and metal brushes, as they will damage and break hair.
Everyone longs for plush and attractive mane but there are other factors involved in maintaining hair health. Using a good sulfate free shampoo and conditioner are helpful. Use as little shampoo as possible or incorporate one of the newer cleansing conditioners. Vigorous shampooing can damage hair, so be gentle. Sulfates in shampoos can strip oils from hair, so you want to avoid them.
Like the rest of the body, your hair is a reflection of what you eat to some extent. Eating foods that are good for the skin like lean protein and omega fatty acids are good for the hair and scalp. That salmon dinner is healthy in so many ways.
Asian Australian beauty blogger Wengie tries out many new products and theories and posts them on her social networks and blogs. She has not yet tried this theory but she may. Check out her pages and see if she’s tried it yet.
Wengie is basically obsessed with beauty products, cosmetics and clothing. She tries many new trends tests theories based on what’s trending. She has the most subscribed beauty channel in Australia.