Here with a few Fun Facts about HAIR. That’s right Hair. As a two-time Cancer survivor who has been bald on a few occasions, I take hair health very seriously. Did you know that hair grows all over our bodies except for the palms of our hands, soles of our feet, our eyelids, mucous membranes, and our lips? (Thank goodness!)A single strand of wet hair can stretch up to 30% beyond its normal length.30%! Which is why it’s important to be gentle when combing or brushing wet hair. When your hair begins to stretch it weakens the hair strand and can cause breakage. Do you freak out over finding hair in the shower drain? Well, Don’t! The average person has approximately 100,000 to 150,000 hairs on their head. And It’s normal to lose anywhere from 40 to 150 strands a day. The good news is, when a hair falls out, it usually grows back up to 20 times in a lifetime. It’s important to know that a single hair can have a lifespan of up to 5 years. So, we need to care of it. Choose only a gentle shampoo and conditioner. I always look for Sulfate-free formulas as they are much less harsh than those containing sulfates like Sodium Lauryl (SL) and Sodium Laureth (SLES) sulfates. Take extra care when styling and don’t abuse your hair with excessive heat from blow drying, curling, and straightening. Give your hair a break once and a while and go au naturale.  Your hair needs a day off too!