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Chemical in Hair Color Linked to Hair Loss

Ethanolamine(Also known as MEA)

Ethanolamine
(Also known as MEA)

DAMAGED HAIR

Has the health of your hair deteriorated over the years while pursuing the perfect hair color found in #allure magazine? Does it look dry, brittle, lifeless, and over-processed? Has your hair become thinner and finer? You may have answered “YES” to all of the above!

 

 

MYSTERY SOLVED

There is a chemical called MEA found in most hair color that causes damage to your hair. According to the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA), hair color containing MEA has been known to lead to hair loss! You may be asking yourself why MEA has been injected into hair color in the first place. The answer…MEA is responsible for pigment penetration. MEA replaces ammonia, if you take out ammonia, you have to replace it with something and that something is MEA. What you haven’t been told is MEA is a known carcinogen and is not natural to the environment – and just as importantly, not natural to your hair!

 

HEALTHY ALTERNATIVES

Begin by asking a Professional to use MEA-free hair color on your hair. This will stop the dangerous cycle and get you back on the path to healthy hair. There are several hair coloring solutions that DO NOT contain the damaging MEA chemical.

In addition to having a professional use MEA-free hair color on your hair, follow a well-balanced diet and consider taking a multivitamin to ensure that you are not deficient in any nutrients. Always use a comb or special brush when your hair is wet. Be sure to use a moisturizing conditioner to ensure that your hair remains hydrated. If you use hot styling tools (e.g. blow dryers, flat irons, curling irons), it is important to use heat protectant products.

 

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Wet Brush                 Multi-vitamins         Conditioners/Protectant

 

HAIR LOSS SOLUTIONS

If you find yourself on that slippery slope of hair loss, there are solutions to boost new hair growth and jumpstart healthy hair.

  • Low Level Laser Therapy
  • Organic Supplements
  • Hair Extensions

 

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Every week on Saturdays a new blog post will contain valuable information pertaining to anti-aging. We will be educating you about the latest in technologically advanced services and products. Spend a few minutes with us on the weekend enjoying your coffee and learning about how “Your DNA is not your destiny”, and how to incorporate anti-aging strategies that really work into your daily routine.

 

If you can’t wait and have a need – contact Hebe today!

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About Sarah Kate

Sarah Kate is owner and Head Stylist at Hebe. She is extremely knowledgeable about all hair extension qualities and methods available in the market and has taken numerous classes on hair extensions and systems, making her an expert in the industry.
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