Top 3 Tips to Reduce Hair Loss

Top 3 Tips to Reduce Hair Loss

Maintaining healthy hair is key to ensuring the vitality of your strands. At times, you may want to try out new hair colors, especially if you’re going from dark to light. If this is the case, using the highest developer or even adding bleach may be required to obtain your desired lift. Additionally, trending hairstyles that require a great deal of hairspray and heat come and go, which may prompt you to, at least, give one or more of these styles a try. It’s easy to cause wear and tear on your hair follicles from day to day. However, are you wondering what to do to reduce hair loss? Read on to discover three essential hair tips to promote strength and growth.

 Moisturizing Your Scalp

Massage your scalp daily with a light, natural oil, such as castor, argan, coconut, olive, or sweet almond oil. We can’t stress enough about the importance of moisturizing your scalp. It helps prevent hair loss and promotes healthy growth. Here’s a trick. At night, before going to bed, separate your hair into four sections. Add oils or moisturizing creams by moving small layers of hair in each section to reach different areas of your scalp. That’s it. The goal is to ensure that the natural oils are evenly distributed.

 Trim Ends of Hair

Trim the ends of your hair once every six to eight weeks. When the ends of your hair become brittle and frayed, it may cause them to split. Exposing your hair to heat, such as blow dryers and curling or flat irons daily will contribute to dry hair, causing split ends. The best way to repair your hair is to simply cut these ends. Otherwise, leaving them untreated may cause significant damage over time.

 Use a Heat Protectant

Of course, it’s common to try a variety of hairstyles and colors. Applying heat to your hair is normal. To reduce hair loss from excessive heat damage, use a heat protectant before creating your new style. Heat protectants help seal in the moisture and delivers a barrier over your hair to maintain the strength of your strands while being exposed to heat.

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