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    My daughter's grows wierd
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    An_253148 posted:
    My 3 year old's hair is not growing very well. top layer is longer than the layer underneath.Top layer is always frizzy and dry looking. tried cutting it, thinking it would grow better, but the growth cycle is very slow. Is there any suggestions?
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    kashmere6 responded:
    I'm by no means a doctor , but I would take her for blood work. Dry frizzy hair can be a vitamin deficiency or hormonal. Those issue will also slow hair growth as well.
    Good luck, please keep us (me) posted


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