HAIR AT DIFFERENT AGES
Your baby is born with a specific number of hair follicles, which determines how much hair they will have throughout their life.
Establishing a good hair care routine early on will help your child form healthy hair habits.
Puberty is a notoriously difficult time, full of rapid metabolic and hormonal changes. These changes are apparent not only on your body, but on your scalp as well — and they can often make teenagers feel awkward or embarrassed.
GREY AND AGEING HAIR
Grey hair is an inevitable part of ageing. By 30, most people have a few greys, and by 50 at least half of your hair will probably have turned grey. Why?