Surely you've seen those babies that are born with a thick hair and others simply do not, and although the reasons for this should be sought mainly in the genetics, some other factors can influence the amount of hair with which the baby is born.

“The races closer to the Equator have a greater abundance of hair than the races of the north at the time of birth and some of the differentiating characteristics such as texture, density, distribution of body. In general the descendants of the andean indians are the ones who have more hair not only on head but all over the body, while the eskimos (inuí) and asian breeds are the ones that have less hair in the head and the body,” explained Max Vento, president of the Spanish Society of Neonatology.

From the birth with the lanugo until the final departure of the hair the amount of hair that you can get to having the baby is uncertain, even until after the seventh month it is irregular. Subsequently, the hair begins to grow constantly, although in some cases, especially in girls, may take a little longer to get out.

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Myths and truths about the hair on the babies

  • If you suffer from heartburn during the pregnancy, the baby will have a lot of hair.
  • The amount of hair at birth does not determine if the child will have long mane or if you will be bald.
  • The hair of the newborn is fine, that's not determined to go to stay straight or curly.
  • The first hair of the baby usually ends up falling almost completely, and this is totally normal.
  • The color of the hair with which the baby is born is not the definitive one, with the days you can lighten or darken.
  • A myth popular is to not cut the baby's hair until you have a year and another theory urban fairly common is to say that there is raparlo all to the hair will be born healthy, none of the two are true.
Also read: Hairstyles with braids to keep the hair of your daughter

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