Hair loss triggers include everything from hormonal shifts, to stress, to illness, to overuse of hot tools or chemical treatments, to age. Most of the time thinning hair is more of a cosmetic concern than a health one, but if your hair loss is persistent, then you should see your doctor. If you’ve noticed your hair seems to be on the thinner side lately, and there’s no underlying medical issue, we’ve got the all-natural tips to help. But as always, a personalized consultation with HairMNL is best. Feel free to message us and consult our experts for free to find out what products are best for your thinning hair concerns.
Foods high in vitamins and minerals such as iron, zinc, and vitamin B12 can all help revitalize thinning strands. Make sure your diet includes plenty of leafy greens, nuts, beans, fish, and lean meats.
Exfoliate your scalp.
Exfoliating the scalp helps slough off more than just dead skin cells and product debris, it may also remove excess DHT (a hormone that induces hair loss) while simultaneously promoting the growth of new follicles.
SOLU Sea Salt Scrub Cleanser, P1,550, is the perfect scalp scrub for an all-natural growth boost. This award-winning product refreshes the scalp and gives texture to hair, all while keeping it clean and light.
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Use all-natural targeted products
Using clean ingredients (free of fragrances and harmful toxins, parabens, and sulfates) is vital to regaining a healthy head of hair. Toxic ingredients irritate and inflame the scalp, deplete beneficial nutrients, and ultimately break down the natural hair cycle.
Linda de Zeeuw of Rob Peetoom Salon recommends the Naturaltech Energizing line to keep existing hair healthy and strong. "Treatment for hair loss starts at the scalp. Davines Energizing gets to the root of the matter by stimulating the scalp, resulting in improved hair elasticity and the prevention of hair loss,” says de Zeeuw.
Ease up on your styling.