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In certain cases, especially in women, a mineral deficiency is the root cause of hair thinning and loss. Iron leads the list for common mineral deficiencies, and is a key component to a thick, full head of hair. Spinach is not only iron rich, but also has omega-3 acids, potassium, calcium and magnesium, all of which keep hair thick and lush. Lastly, spinach contains sebum, which is a naturally occurring conditioner for hair.

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  1. Take off your wig before sleeping. Sleeping with your wig will create knots and tangles and lead to breakage. Tossing, turning, and the pressure put on your wig will not only tear it but make it much harder to maintain a smooth, healthy, stylish appearance.
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As the weather continues to get colder and colder, you may notice that as the air becomes dryer, your hair does too. This is not only a bad look for your hair, but is also unhealthy, making it significantly more vulnerable to breakage. Fortunately, this is almost entirely preventable. Below are a few useful tips on how to avoid that annoying dryness that comes with the winter.

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With the holidays now quickly approaching, it is not only a time of great excitement, but also a time of stress.  For many, a great deal of energy is expended on organizing events, planning and cooking meals, finding the “ideal” present, and dealing with annoying family members.

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 Hair loss can be devastating, and is a huge cause of stress for the majority of men and women who experience it.  Hair to us represents a big part of our health, our attractiveness, our youthfulness.  And while many people can sympathize, they have no idea what it truly feels like to go through such an ordeal.  While it is a hard situation to go through emotionally, there are a number of ways you can help yourself deal with the stress induced by hair loss.

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A big misconception about thinning hair is that you should leave it alone as much as possible. And it is understandable. You want to avoid shampooing, combing and roughing it up too much because you are afraid it will fall out.

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Tight hairbands, tight ponytails, braids, avoid styles that pull on your hairline.  These styles cause stress and tug the delicate hairs leading to thinning and even loss.  If you really enjoy putting your hair in a ponytail either for style or practicality, be sure to use elastic ties that do not have metal.  This will help you avoid tangling and pulling out small strands of hair when removing your ponytail.

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Chlorine is a chemical disinfectant added to pools to keep us safe from harmful bacteria and viruses. However, the benefit doesn’t come without a downside...

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Privacy and confidentially: Two concepts that are very important to us – because we’ve been there. Be assured that every visit to Images of Princeton, including your initial consultation, will be handled in the strictest of confidence; right down to the room it takes place in.

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