Salon 10 Launches New Hair Treatment Bar at Women’s Empowerment 2012

Salon 10 Healthy Hair, specializing in hair loss solutions for African-American hair, is located at 2431-137 Spring Forest Road, Raleigh, NC 27615. This year Salon 10 Healthy Hair, will join approximately 20,000 women and men who will gather on March 17, 2012 at the RBC Center in Raleigh, NC, for Women’s Empowerment 2012.

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(PRWEB) March 15, 2012

Each year since 1994, the Expo, sponsored by Radio One, has celebrated National Women's Month with a full day of quality seminars, workshops, demonstrations and shopping. Featured speakers are chosen for their commitment to the health and well being of African-American women. This year’s keynote speaker will be model, actress, media personality and author, Tyra Banks. Past speakers have included Susan Taylor, editor in chief of Essence magazine, entertainment diva Patti LaBelle, R&B songstress Mary J. Blige, actress and director Debbie Allen, actress Phylicia Rashad, motivational speaker Iyanla Vanzant, award-winning actors and producers Angela Bassett and Vivica A. Fox, television personality Star Jones-Reynolds, Good Morning America co-host Robin Roberts, champion of health & fitness Laila Ali, and entertainer Steve Harvey.

Trisha Brown, Director and co-owner of Salon 10 Healthy Hair Salon in Raleigh, will introduce the new Salon 10 Hair Treatment Bar with essential oils. Seasoned healthy hair specialists will provide comprehensive hair treatments for prevention, detection and reversing hair loss. The exhibit will be located in The Pamper Pavilion. The Salon 10 Hair Treatment Bar offers hair loss treatments for Traction Alopecia, a condition that affects many African-Americans who braid, weave or cornroll hair too tightly. Following styling trends can result in severe damage to the scalp from harsh and improper use of chemicals on the hair. “It so embarrassing when you have really thick hair everywhere else, but your hairline is so sparse “I’ve started using Vita-gro regularly. I can feel it stimulating my scalp, and my edges are filling in”, says Jeri Green of Raleigh.

Trish Brown has been a cosmetologist, educator in the industry for 20 years, specializing in scalp disorders and treatments for damaged African-American hair. She consistently trains her staff at Salon 10 on the importance of hair and scalp treatments to insure that natural hair stays strong and beautiful. A proper regimen that includes sulfate-free shampoos, natural products made with argan oil, tea tree oil, strengthen and nourish Black hair. People who have identified that they are suffering with traction alopecia should take immediate action. Improper use of hair dyes, bleaches, or straighteners can cause the hair follicle to become fragile, and shed on a comb or brush. If not addressed in a timely fashion, scarring can occur as well as permanent hair loss.

Professional stylists recommend the use of Salon 10 Vita-gro Serum be applied 2 to 3 times a week for best results. The product is formulated to stimulate and moisturize the hair follicle, promoting hair growth. Salon 10 healthy hair specialists also stress the importance of regular weekly visits to the salon. Salon 10 Healthy Hair offers a free consultation to set up a treatment plan. Hair treatments include, in-salon monthly exfoliation-detox treatments, bi-weekly protein and bi-weekly moisturizing treatments. Brown also recommends Salon 10 Hair Supplement with Biotin. It promotes hair, nails, and skin health from the inside out. For more information, Call Salon 10, at 919-871-0036 or visit the Salon 10 website at http://www.salon10hair.com.


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Following styling trends can result in severe damage to the scalp from harsh and improper use of chemicals on the hair. Following styling trends can result in severe damage to the scalp from harsh and improper use of chemicals on the hair.

Traction Alopecia, a condition that affects many African-Americans who braid, weave or cornroll hair too tightly.