Australian Women’s Weekly NZ

The mane event

Truth be told, hair is dead. All that talk about bringing locks to life is, frankly, only factually accurate if you’re referencing the root of the follicle – the bit where the hair bulb spouts those pretty strands of protein that we fuss over so much. Scalp health hardly sounds sexy, but it’s often the root cause of all your crowning glory woes.

“Your skin doesn’t stop where your hairline starts,” says Lisa Caddy, global training director

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