How often should you actually wash your hair? It’s the million dollar question, and one that has been debated by experts forever. But is there actually a definitive answer?
You've likely tried at least one shampoo with an 'on-trend' ingredient in it. Activated Charcoal? Aloe Vera? Provitamin B5? You may have missed out on trying one of the best ones though... PEPPERMINT OIL!
Unfortunately, most women with fine or thinning hair, know that the dream of boosting your hair volume rarely becomes a reality without a lot of hard work! We've compiled a list of top tips and tricks to help boost your hair volume!
Volumising shampoos and conditioners all promise the ultimate dream of thick, luscious locks but the quest for volume can sometimes feel entirely fruitless. Here we explain why certain products may not be working and what to look for instead.
Switching to a plant based diet and vegan friendly hair care products, can benefit both hair and scalp health. Most supermarket shampoos and conditioners include parabens and sulphates. These unnecessary chemicals help make the shampoo last longer and create the lather effect, but in fact can be quite detrimental to hair.
Dry shampoo is not good for your hair. It can cause dry, brittle strands and among a host of other negative side effects. If you are a women with thinning hair, then it is a very common misconception that washing your hair every day results in more hair loss.
In 2007, a German study showed some evidence that caffeine was able to stimulate hair follicles and activate hair growth under laboratory conditions. This prompted the production of various caffeine-based shampoos, including Alepecin, which claim to aid hair growth,
It’s no secret that being more active and more closely scrutinising the chemical additives we put into our bodies is beneficial to our health, however, many of us are forgetting to pay attention to the chemicals we put ON our bodies. Discover the benefits of #Kindtohair shampoo