Damaged Hair Line


cornrow stressed hair line

The Model has both dead follicles and “resting” hair follicles

When hair follicles die hair growth stops completely.  In order to establish  if your hair follicles are still active, just take a look at your scalp.   When hair follicles do not  get enough nourishment or if they are stressed over a long period of time  with tight cornrows, extensions, tight hats, scarfs or weaves etc.  – they will most likely die. 

Here’s the good news – when the hair line thins out it does not necessarily mean the follicles are “dead” they simply go into a “resting phase” and new growth temporarily stops.

If you see hair on your hair line no matter how sparse, thin, or short, your hair follicles are still alive and will grow.

Afro hair types are commonly damaged by heavy oils, cornrows, braiding, weaving  or regular use of wigs.  To avoid damaging your hair line braids etc. should always be installed correctly. Cornrows should not put stress on the hair line.  Whether or not  installing such products G’s Hairline should be applied twice a day.

 
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G’s Hairline 50ml

G’s HAIRLINE  has been specifically designed to deal with hair follicles that are still alive or  in their “resting” phase.  Use of this product twice  daily  will lift your hairline out of its resting phase.

Whether you have current problems with your hair line – we recommend this product should be used twice daily once extensions have been installed.

G’s Hairline is not recommended for “dead” hair follicles