Part 4 – Get to Know Your African Caribbean Type Hair (Listen to Podcast below)
Whether you’re natural, permed or you wear a wig or weave, you really should become familiar with your hair.
Why? Because no matter what your hair choice there are endless pitfalls which could leave you with thinning and bald patches.
For the last few years I have been studying and investigating the world of hair and the many fantasies, myths and false claims that surrounds it.
I find myself wanting to pull my hair out when I hear some of the advice and opinions about African/Caribbean type hair published online.
I have compiled a five part Podcast of interviews with Richard Spencer from the Richard Spencer Trichcology Centre www.spencerclinic.co.uk - a qualified member of the Institute of Trichology. I asked him some of the most common questions, and about some of the various claims. Agree or disagree, listen here to what he had to say.
Part 4 How to treat hair loss and alopecia.
Click below to listen to Part 4 of Get to know your hair:
The online hair industry is on the rise, so you had better get to know your hair before someone leads you up a garden path to disaster.
Still to come:
Part 5 – Safe hair
Unfortunately anyone can set up a business or a ‘clinic’ and call themself a trichologist, with no training, no qualification, no experience, and no aptitude whatever, so caution is advised.
Here in the UK The Institute of Trichology was founded, in part, to address this problem.
That was over 100 years ago and still the problem persists except nowadays the marketing can be even more persausive.
The good thing is all registered members of the Institute of Trichology are they say bound by a strict Code of Professional Practice and Ethics.
So although Triccologist are not medically qualified, they are the best we have got.
The last interview in the series will follow in the coming weeks.
How to Grow Longer Healthier African Caribbean Hair
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Part 1 - The Structure of our Hair
- Dear Valley… Why is my natural hair so dry? (valleyfontaine.wordpress.com)
So what do you think about Trichologist Richard Spencer’s comments?