Danielle’s Landing invites Dr. Joel Schlessinger to refute a hair growth myth.

Danielle’s Landing shares top myths about hair – and then has experts, such as Dr. Joel Schlessinger, tell us the real story.

Danielle's Landing - The Beautiful You - Hair Myths
It can be hard to tell which “facts” about hair are really true and which ones are myths that have been repeated so often that people just assume that they’re true. So, Danielle’s Landing gathered together a group of experts to tease out the truth.

Dr. Joel Schlessinger tackles the myth that all hair grows at the same rate.

If that was true, Danielle points out, shouldn’t the “perfect symmetry of a fresh haircut” last?

In the article, the doctor confirms that hair does not grow at the same rate and he shares that, in reality, hair grows at a different rate throughout your body, including on your scalp. Hair goes through three stages of growth, he adds, and there is nothing you can do about that except to get regular trims.

For information on how diet can help you have healthy hair, see the WebMD article, “Eat Right for Your Hair Type,” where it describes how your hair needs the same vitamins, minerals and nutrients that are needed by the rest of your body.

Find the professional hair care products that you’ll need to get gorgeous looking hair at LovelySkin.com.

Hair care products include shampoo, conditioner and more, whether your hair is thick or thin, curly or straight – or somewhere in between. If you’re challenged by thinning hair, the great news is that LovelySkin.com offers more than two dozen hair growth products, including:
Rene Furterer FORTICEA Stimulating Shampoo

Klorane Shampoo with Quinine and B Vitamins 13.4 oz

Freelance writers, editors, journalist and bloggers: are you looking for an expert for your article? Contact Dr. Joel Schlessinger today.


About drjoelschlessinger

Dr. Joel Schlessinger is a dermatologist and cosmetic surgeon based in Omaha, NE.

Posted on March 28, 2012, in Dr. Joel Schlessinger in the Media. Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.

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