Hair Growth After Chemo
Hair regrowth after chemo is a significant psychological milestone. Unfortunately, just as every individual’s reaction to chemotherapy is different, hair regrowth rates are highly individual. It’s common for hair to initially appear “baby-fine” when it first reappears. But as hair often changes texture also after chemo – hair can become thicker, finer, curlier, straighter, or even change color, unexpectedly, during the regrowth process. An initial trim can help make hair look thicker by getting rid of the fine ends. After that, however, the best way to help hair grow fast is not to cut it! Hairdressers like to insist that a trim every 6-8 weeks is necessary to prevent split ends, but this is simply not true. Very short hair is unlikely to split in any case. And remember, the plus to growing your hair from scratch is that the new hair is completely virgin – free of damage from straighteners, curling irons, sun exposure, harsh cleansing products, silicones, jagged combs, too-vigorous brushing, bleach, dye or metal hair elastics, so now is a good opportunity to start preventing future split ends with HAIRFINITY Haircare.
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