Hair Loss

3 Professional Tips to Combat Hair Loss

Having dreamy hair without the shadow of small efforts is an impossible bet. And even with many care products, there is no ignoring the essential steps for the well-being of hair. Before achieving the desired result, there's nothing like taking care of the scalp. Despite your multiple efforts, do you notice a significant amount of hair on your brush after each shampoo? Don't panic. Many factors may be at play.

Now is the time to remedy this with three professional tips.

Hair Loss in Large Quantity

50 to 100. That's the number of hairs we leave on the pillow every day, and that's a phenomenon known as "normal." However, the most common hair loss is androgenetic, meaning "hair loss due to hormones." The eternal culprit? A hormone called dihydrotestosterone, better known as DHT, which occurs more frequently after menopause and accelerates hair cycles. Everyone has hair cycles assigned from birth. Once depleted, hair loss is considered "permanent," and hair does not grow back. For context, each hair bulb [which constitutes a strand] houses a certain number of small seeds, essential for hair growth. The number can vary by gender. If the hair cycle accelerates due to DHT or other aggravating factors, the seeds are consumed more quickly than expected, and hair loss becomes irreversible.
Good news: in women, "alopecia is diffuse," so goodbye incipient baldness. Hair loss results in a general loss of volume, with a predominance in the crown area. But before it's too late, taking care of your scalp like the apple of your eye should remain your primary mission, no matter what happens. If alopecia is the main factor in hair loss, there are also some aggravating factors that seem harmless to us every day. However, they only worsen the situation. Instead of getting depressed, let's take action.

Scalp Care

Sometimes we tend to neglect it. Kept poorly, it can be as fatal as a sudden increase in DHT. Therefore, neither one nor two, we provide care tailored to our hair needs (oily roots, dry ends, dandruff, etc.). A formula enriched with proteins and some moisturizing elements, whose pH should be between 5.2 and 6. Everyone thinks that neutral pH care is excellent for the scalp, but it's not true. The scalp's pH varies between 5.2 and 6, so products must comply with this value, risking imbalance and accelerating hair loss, for example. Avoid shampoos, conditioners, and all kinds of treatments based on collagen. Dry shampoo is practical, but in the long run, it can cause residues on the scalp. And who says accumulation of "dandruff" says inflammation and itching. Better stick with a shampoo per day. The keyword: be attentive to the composition of our treatments and pH. After all, you check the number of calories in a chocolate bar, right?

Care for Your Diet

Who says balanced diet says healthy scalp. Hair is formed from blood capillaries, which are supplied with nutrients. To be in good health, each hair must receive its necessary nutritional contribution for survival, risking weakening and falling. Iron, magnesium, trace elements, minerals. So many essential nutrients for hair health. Make sure to respect daily doses without favoring one element over another. If your diet is too fatty or too sweet, nutrients will feed vital organs first, well before the scalp. The secret? A healthy, varied, and balanced diet is ideal for beautiful hair, beautiful skin, and a silhouette to our liking.

Manage Your Stress

Yes. Chronic stress can cause many unpleasant reactions in the body and on the scalp as well. The reason? If you're stressed, your scalp will be under tension, which will naturally hinder good vascularization, thus neglecting the supply of nutrients that each hair follicle needs. Result: lack of nutrients leads to hair loss. No need to worry about office clutter or very long traffic jams. If combating chronic stress is nearly impossible for you, be optimistic and breathe. Consult your doctor in case of abnormal hair loss.

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