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Is your hair damaged from years of harmful styling habits? Are you overwhelmed by the amount of hair products available on the market and want to learn what’s best for YOU?

 
Well, then it’s time to take the guessing game out of your hair care routine and start working on getting the hair of your dreams.  90 Days to Beautiful Hair will arm you with the knowledge necessary to watch your hair transform from lifeless to thriving in three short months. In this book, you will learn
 

  • The science behind healthy hair care

  • The best shampoo ingredients for your hair type

  • How to repurpose your breakfast foods into protein-packed hair treatments

  • How to minimize damage from heat styling, relaxers, and hair color

  • And so much more!

 
This book is packed with over 50 easy to read tips that will have you well on your way to shiny, strong hair in no time. 

Written to address the growing trend of hair loss in ethnic populations, The Fundamentals of Ethnic Hair: A Dermatologist's Perspective elucidates the science of curly hair, demystifies prevailing hair styling trends, and presents practical advice for minimizing the harmful effects of these hair styling practices. Written from a dermatologist's perspective, this textbook seamlessly blends science and practical management. Chapters include physical and chemical properties of the hair, thermal and chemical straightening, extensions, razor bumps and special cultural considerations.

"We need not feel ignorant any longer, because The Fundamentals of Ethnic Hair: The Dermatologist's Perspective provides “one-stop shopping” for our self-education...The authors are to be applauded both for tackling this important subject and also for creating a very readable and “user-friendly” book"- Dr. Leonard Sperling, Chairman & Professor of Dermatology, USUHS

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