Did You Know Almost Half Of Women Of Color Suffer From Balding According To Johns Hopkins Medicine?
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If You Are One Of Them, You Know That Shedding Hair Everyday Not Only Wipes Out Your Scalp:
It also burns hundreds of dollars from your wallet by forcing you to try the next new gimmick cream or artificial liquid.
It wastes your precious time you could be using to enjoy life and grow as a woman.
It destroys your scalp by leaving you with no choice but to stab your follicles with sew-in extensions and other things that are irreversibly sabotaging future hair growth (More on that later, it’s crucial for you to beware of this).
It kills your true potential and confidence by making you miss out on the best version of yourself, the best potential partners, the best career opportunities… you name it.
And it crushes every hope of change and improvement (The National Institutes of Health reports that the average onset of hair loss in women of color is 25 years old, and some poor girls fall victim to it as young as six years old!).
It’s an uphill battle that looks like it will never end. And for most women like you and hundreds of thousands of others, the more attempts, the less confidence they have.
Nothing works for them. But is it really their fault? Absolutely not, here are the culprits.
1. Corporations that only care about their bottom line - More sales to fatten their pockets at your cost.
2. Delusional marketing teams that push a completely delirious idea of beauty that is completely detached from real ethnic beauty, because they believe beauty isn’t found in black women.
3. Laboratories that think you are a free testing subject they can nuke your scalp with indecipherable chemicals and other things that give you one thing at the cost of ten (Hint: Your overall health).
4. Lazy medical professionals will perpetuate the “Oh it’s hereditary” myth and tell you to just live with it (Fact: African hair is underwhelmingly under-researched by western medicine). They don’t understand black hair. They couldn't even understand even if they tried to...
There’s a very special somebody who understands you because they are you.
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