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When I was a child, I had perfectly straight, fine hair. It was also platinum blond. As I aged, it became a little darker each year, still staying blond, but not as light. The fineness has always remained, but the amount of hair I have has decreased. When I was pregnant, by hair was the healthiest it's ever been. After giving birth to my son, maybe 6 months after, clumps of hair fell out. One doctor speculated it was from the stress of childbirth; another said it was hormonal. Nonetheless, it's since grown back, but it's still thin. It's also color-treated these days. But I take biotin supplements and that seems to help. Truly, after all these years of experimenting, the most important thing I've found to protect the health of my hair is to take care when combing it, and get it cut regularly.
Once hair is damaged, there's no "cure" for repairing it. You can mask the damage or cut it off, but hair doesn't regain health; only new healthy hair grows in. Sites like LivingProof.com aggravate me because they use buzzwords to compel women to believe their nonsense. They claim their scientists broke some mold that includes molecules and whatever. Even reading through their headings makes me shake my head. It's brilliant marketing, especially using Jennifer Aniston on the cover page. No matter what shampoo, I will never have hair like hers. Additionally, she has a team of expensive colorists, stylists, and those who airbrush her photos.
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