Dragica Mitrovic, Serbia.
Welcome to my blog! I’m a semi-retired Human Resources Manager and the creator of Softer Hair. This website features natural ways to educate and empower the audience on how to maintain healthy hair and how to gently take care of your locks if you’ve received any kind of chemical treatment. I’ve been actively researching and writing posts about hair care treatments for 7 years based on global research.
The web is overwhelmed with thousands of hair care blogs. Is there something that makes Softer Hair different from the competition?
1. I don’t publish content often, because it takes me a long time to research before writing my posts. I’m passionately dedicated to thoroughly learning everything about the chosen topic.
2. I don’t encourage my readers to do any questionable treatments that can damage their hair or harm their bodies. I also never recommend purchasing hair care products that contain ingredients that aren’t good for the hair in the long run. I’m firmly committed to helping my visitors to find and use safe, non-toxic products that will keep their hair healthy and beautiful.
If you’ve already had a chemical treatment, you still have a choice to wash, condition, and style your hair without the use of chemical-laden hair products. All suggested aftercare products have been carefully selected to ensure that they’re totally free of SLS, parabens, and other harsh chemicals that can have adverse effects on your hair, skin, and overall health.
3. I do my best to create posts that are more informative and engaging than promotional. I want to give my readers the valuable information to help them be the best versions of themselves!
I write with passion and commitment to create articles that are authentic, ethical, evidence-based and can add greater value to the existing content on the Web.
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“Symbolic of life, hair bolts from our head[s]. Like the earth, it can be harvested, but it will rise again. We can change its color and texture when the mood strikes us, but in time it will return to its original form, just as Nature will in time turn our precisely laid-out cities into a weed-way.”
― Diane Ackerman, A Natural History of the Senses