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Tips for Healthy Hair
Posted by Dr. Joshua Fox

Tips for Healthy Hair
Posted by Dr. Joshua Fox on September 15, 2014

The products you use in your hair and how you wash it are very crucial toward maintaining smooth, silky, and fuller hair. An anti-aging regimen shouldn’t stop at your face and skin. Here are some tips to help keep hair healthy, strong, shiny, and bouncy.

Sun Damage

Hair ages faster at the hairline and where it is parted due to sun exposure. The sun dries out the moisture from the scalp making the color faded and dull. Protecting the hairline and part will lock in moisture and preserve color. Use a sunscreen styling cream that absorbs and smoothes the hair.
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Vitamins play a huge role for healthy skin and hair. Using shampoos, conditioners, and masks that contain vitamins A, B, C, E and minerals such as calcium and magnesium will repair damaged hair while locking in moisture. Products should not contain sulfates. Sulfates strip the hair of natural oils and can damage your hair.

Hair Products

Avoid too much gel and hairspray. Overdoing it with hairspray and gel can damage hair. For a softer, more natural look, do not spray directly onto hair but instead keep it at a distance when you’re spraying. Hair products such as gel and mousse should be lightweight to avoid a hard crunchy look and dandruff.


What you put inside your body will show on the outside including your hair. Foods containing good fats such as salmon and walnuts, which are rich in omega-3 fatty acids, will improve the health of your hair and scalp. Also include in your diet dark green vegetables, lean meat, and low fat dairy products.

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