I was always told that cutting my hair would help it grow
As a hairstylist I was always asked the question, “would cutting my hair help it grow”?
It's not always easy to realise that your hairs are actually always growing! Hair usually grows 0.5 inches per month and for those with the longer strands, this can be hardly noticeable.
If you have longer hair, you may tend to brush more often and if you do not use the right detangling brush you will create split ends from tangles, tearing and breakage.
Hair then looks unhealthy and it is very tempting to cut off the split ends to help hair growth. While a trim will have your hair looking healthier, this will not increase growth.
Hair grows at the root and from the scalp, not from the ends.
The best remedy for longer healthier hair is to brush several times a day with a Knot Dr. Pro! The bristles tips stimulate the scalp to encourage hair growth. The FLEXALITE™ technology ensures that the bristles flex around the knot allowing easy detangling without breaking or creating split ends.
You can then skip a few trims and let your hair grow, looking healthier and longer.