Hello. I have relaxed hair and I am in the process of transitioning to my natural African hair (it's not that coarse). At this point, I am loosing my front hair line so that's why I am going back to natural, then I want to interlock them to grow locks. Is it a good idea for me? Is there a product you can recommend for my front hair and to make my hair thicker? Please help. Thanks.

Hi Andrea, firstly are you loosing your front hairline because of the hair straightening? If the answer is yes, then this breakage should stop once your stop applying the harsh straightening chemicals to your hair. Breakage can occur for lots of reasons such as incorrect, harsh, or straightening products that are too strong for your hair type, and for other reasons such as bad application or processing. Whatever the reason, you should definitely stop using chemicals and let your hair grow back naturally. Now a good balanced Shampoo and Conditioner should be used to keep your hair in optimum condition, along with lots of massaging on your scalp to keep the blood circulating to the hair follicle. Vitamins such as Fish Oil have also been known to work for thinning hair. Good Luck! Kind regards, THS Hair Consultant.


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