Why are you Losing Hair?

The reason you suffer from an excessive amount of hair loss in the winter is because the dry air outside sucks out all the moisture from your scalp, and makes it dry as well. A dry scalp leads to dry hair, and dry hair results in breakage, and hair fall. If it’s not enough that you have to battle it out with the cold and dry air from outdoors, your home’s heating system can also affect your hair’s moisture and resilience.

However, the blame cannot be solely placed on the cold, dry weather. Our actions affect the health of our hair as well. When the temperatures start to drop and we start to get busy, the upkeep to maintain our hair begins to fall short.

Many of us get more accustomed to taking hot showers, wearing toques and beanies, avoiding haircuts, putting our hair in ponytails or other updos, amongst many other things. While it’s not a crime if you do any of these actions (most of us do), it certainly takes a toll on our hair and scalp health if we are not careful.

How to Deal with Hair Loss

It is not the end of the world if you are noticing a lot of hair loss. There are many ways you can deal and combat it.

  1. Use the right kind of shampoo and conditioner

    Identifying what type of hair and scalp you have is key to finding the right shampoo and conditioner for you. Shampoos all have different cleansing capabilities. Therefore, it’s important to identify your scalp type before choosing one. Hydrating, strengthening, smoothing, color-safe, thickening – how do you know which one is a fit for you?

    For oily scalps, it is best to avoid shampoos that are hydrating, moisturizing, and/or smoothing; it tends to add too much moisture to your already oily scalp. It is best to look for shampoo labels that mention volumizing, strengthening, and/or balancing; these products are non-moisturizing and are more effective at reducing excess oil.

    For dry scalps, it is best to avoid shampoos that are labelled as strengthening, fortifying, and/or volumizing. These shampoos tend to strip your scalp of necessary moisture. Instead, opt for ones that are moisturizing, hydrating and/or smoothing; these products encourage moisture retention and can be beneficial to your dry scalp.

  2. Consume vitamins

    The fact is, what you consume affects the overall health of your body; your hair is not an exception. It is important to make sure you are eating right and consuming enough nutrients. As the weather gets colder, we also tend to become busier; and chances are, you’re probably too busy to keep track of what you’re eating, which is why consuming your vitamins is important. It ensures that you are getting enough of the nutrients you may be lacking.

  3. Hair Oil Massages

    The benefits of a scalp massage for hair growth centers on the hair follicles. Each hair on your head starts its life within a follicle, located just beneath the skin of your scalp.

    Scalp massages increase hair thickness by stretching the cells of hair follicles. This, in turn, stimulates the follicles to produce thicker hair. It’s also thought that a scalp massage may help dilate blood vessels beneath the skin, thereby encouraging hair growth.

    Massaging oil into the scalp helps open the pores and facilitates better oil absorption. Regular oil massages help reverse the damaging effects of chemical and other hair treatments, boost blood circulation, strengthen roots, and simply promote overall hair growth.

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