August marks Hair Loss Awareness Month, and we sat down with our professionals, Franco Della Grazia and Sharday Miranda, to discuss hair thinning and hair loss, and what the best ways to address them are.
Admitting and understanding that there is a problem is step one. Hair loss effects everyone not just older women. Younger women may suffer hair loss and thinning as well. The causes for noticeable hair thinning may be a number of things such as diet, genetics, heredity, just to name a few. Keranique’s Follicle Boosting Serum would be a great way to start addressing the issue of thinning. The serum utilizes cutting-edge skin and hair ingredients; fortified with Peptide and Stem Cell technology to address thinning hair directly at the follicle and helps strengthen the hair.
Preventative care is just as important as taking care of the problem when you first notice it. Hair breaks because the scalp is not breathing and there is not enough moisture. Hair loss can become gradual or it can be just over all thinning. All women are different and their hair cycles are different. Not everyone is going to have the same pattern or some thinning all around the head.
When it comes to hair loss and scalp health, education is KEY! Take the proper preventative care into consideration, by speaking with your hair stylist on how to use certain products the correct way. Ask questions about hair loss and proper care. Your stylist will be able to give you valuable advice on the proper maintenance and what will work best for your hair type.
All great things take time. As the Hair Regrowth Treatment is the best solution for hair loss, understanding how the product works is key. Minoxidil is a vasodilator that promotes oxygen, blood and nutrients to the follicles to make them stronger and help re-grow hair. Continued use for at least 4 months is usually needed before you start to see noticeable regrowth. All results are different from women to women, some women will see results sooner, but the hair overall will start to become healthier and thicker. Small fine fuzzy baby hair will start to come in and then fall out making room for the new stronger hair!
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