As a mom of a 5 month old and 6 yr. old twin boys Im always looking for healthy quick meals to cook for my family. These salmon cakes hit the spot because they are not only delicious and something that the whole family will love but are also quick to make and heart and hair healthy. Salmon is full of healthy omegas 3 which can lessen inflammation of the hair follicle cause by alopecia , helps to prevent dry itchy scalp and can promote hair growth. Read More
I recently received a question on if COVID-19 (Corona Virus) can be contracted from hair. Watch the video to hear Dr. Isfahan's research on this topic. Read More
Today’s topic is on vitamins and supplements for hair growth. Should you take them and do they work? My quick answer is no. I don’t usually recommend them, because 9 times out of 10 you are urinating them out. Read More
When most women refer to their hair's thickness, they are actually referring to hair density. This is the amount of hair strands that are on your head per square inch. The amount of hair strands on your head are present at birth. There is no way to increase the number of individual hairs on your head. However, there is a way to make your individual strands to be thicker in diameter. Read More
Single strands knots aren’t avoidable when you have highly textured hair. However, the key is to reduce the amount of single strand knots that you have. Dr. Isfahan Chambers-Harris discusses how to reduce the amount of single strand knots on natural textured hair. Read More
Recently engaged couple Ayanna and Jonathan share the first time they fell in love with each other, and their love for natural hair. Watch as this newly engaged couple share their love story. Read More
Fall and winter are the seasons most people with textured hair absolutely dread. Lower temperatures mean your luscious curls and coils are in danger of being dried out and broken off (no one wants that).
As a Certified Hair Practitioner of Trichology and the Founder of Alodia Hair Care, I've met countless women suffering from hair loss due to tight hair styles and chemical treatments. I wanted to write this blog post to shed some light on a serious hair issue that affects mostly African American women: Traction Alopecia Read More