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Date:11/8/2007

spray to make their hair appear fuller, and some of the new flexible hairsprays will move with the hair better," said Dr. Draelos. "So, when you sleep on the hair, you don't break the hair shaft because the hairspray has made it so brittle."

Dr. Draelos added that women of all ages can benefit from some of the newer hair care products, as well as following a few basic hair care tips. These include:

-- Make sure you wash your scalp, not just your hair. Washing only your

hair strips the sebum, or oil, from the hair and creates fly-away hair

that is dull and coarse.

-- Washing your hair every day is not necessary, particularly as you get

older. Dr. Draelos added that how often you shampoo your hair depends

on how much sebum your hair makes naturally.

-- As you get older, you also can shampoo your hair too infrequently,

which can lead to scalp disease or dandruff. Women of color also

should avoid shampooing the hair too infrequently, which makes them

prone to these conditions.

-- "2-in-1" shampoos that remove oil from the scalp, clean the hair, then

condition the hair in the rinse phase are good choices for damaged or

chemically-treated hair.

-- New silicone technology has revolutionized hair conditioning --

smoothing the cuticle, temporarily mending split ends, decreasing

combing friction, improving the ability of hair to retain color and

decreasing hair breakage.

-- Some newer hairsprays contain sunscreen, which Dr. Draelos noted

prevent protein breakdown due to sun exposure and also prevent hair dye

from fading.

-- Some of the after-dye conditioners included in hair dye kits now

contain sunscreen, which also prevents the hair dye from fading.

-- Since hair dyes remove the lipid layer of fat that protects the hair,

the newest after-dye conditioners are effectively replac
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