There has been a lot of talk in natural hair circles about glycerin and "glycerin sensitivity" in hair. This notion is based on the belief that glycerin makes the hair hard. Glycerin. Of all ingredients. The ingredient that has been used in cosmetics for years and is among one of the most basic conditioning agents for skin and hair. It's used as a humectant to deliver and retain moisture in the hair and skin. It help keeps the hair hydrated! So does glycerin REALLY cause dryness?
Susan is the CEO of Earthtones Cosmetics, a licensed Naturopathic Doctor and certified Trichologist with the World Trichology Society.
She has been a speaker and workshop presenter at various national and international conferences including the Taliah Waajid World Natural Hair Health and Beauty Show in Atlanta, the Toronto Natural Hair Show, The Canadian Naturalista Hair Expo and the Natural Hair Congress in Montreal.
Susan performs hair, hair loss and scalp consultations at her boutique location in Ajax, Ontario and has obtained various certifications in hair loss and scalp conditions.
In order to help her clients she has received her Laser Technician Diploma and certificates in Chemical and Mechanical Exfoliation, and Microneedling and Collagen Induction.
She is currently pursuing her Masters in Science in Cosmetic Science.