Anti-Hair Loss and Thickening
Choosing the Right Shampoo for Hair Loss
Hair loss of 50 to 100 strands per day is normal and is related to the expected shedding of hair after two to five years of life.
However, when the number of hairs lost daily exceeds this range, partial or total hair loss can occur, a situation that affects one's appearance (especially in women) and constitutes a problem medically known as alopecia.
Shampoos and hair loss ampoules are the most well-known solution for the average consumer.
Washing your hair every day to style it and hide baldness can increase hair loss. So, what should you do when you are affected, more or less young, by difficult-to-manage hair loss? There are no quick solutions, but it starts with choosing the right shampoo that will directly address hair loss.
Choose the Right Shampoo for Anti-Hair Loss
You will find various types of shampoos on the market:
• The classics found in supermarkets: the worst of all! You will find "extra mild," "very mild," etc. Avoid at all costs.
• Supermarket hair loss products: nothing better than classic hair loss shampoos labeled "anti-hair loss." Be aware that they do not address genetic or other forms of alopecia.
• Organic shampoos. Although an organic shampoo is generally much gentler than others, there are some differences. Check the composition.
Opt for a shampoo specially designed for hair loss.
Sometimes, we use a variety of shampoos that can be irritating to the scalp. However, some bring very good results.
You can use a shampoo that directly targets baldness once a week, and in other washes, use an organic shampoo to help alleviate irritation and provide essential bioactive nutrients, giving more volume to limp hair and more shine to dull hair.