The beginning of this publication emphasized how important is to recognize that this helpful guide is meant to be just that; a guide to understanding about common hair types, conditions, and methods of treatment. The information it contains, particularly about herbs and helpful nutrients should not be viewed as medical advice. If you suspect that you have a hair related condition, whether it is dandruff, or something far worse, we encourage you to seek out professional medical advice. Even a detailed consultation with the professional beauty operator that you visit can help you shed light on any potential conditions.
Admittedly, this information is not meant to replace valid medical or professional advice about health, nutrition, or hair and scalp related conditions. But that doesn’t mean that the helpful tips and advice about proper hair grooming and maintenance should be ignored. If you have relatively healthy hair and you want to find ways to enhance it and keep it that way, the points you have just considered can help you do just that.
Remember, even if you happen to have a regular stylist to help keep your hair looking healthy and attractive; the responsibility for keeping healthy hair is actually up to you.