Tip : Get To Know Your Hair It is extremely crucial for you to understand the cycle of your hair. There are three stages to your hair cycle: Anagen, catagen, and telogen.
Anagen is When a new strand is formed in the follicle.
Catagen is When the lower two-thirds of the hair is destroyed.
Telogen is When the hair enters the resting phase waiting to be pushed out by the fresh strand growing in the follicle.
The last phase ‘telogen’ is when the hair falls out. Around 10 to 15% of our hair is in its last phase. But due to various factors, sometimes a majority tends to jump to the telogen phase. This is when we face hair loss problems and hair thinning too.
Tip : Oil Your Hair At Least Twice A Week
Proper nutrition is as essential for your hair as it is for any other part of your body. Oiling the roots provides nutrition and strength to help your hair grow long and strong. It also helps rejuvenate dead hair shafts.
After applying hot (warm) oil on the scalp, gently massage the scalp with your fingertips. Apply oil to the strands of the hair. Let them soak in the goodness of the oil. You may also wrap a hot towel around the head for 10 minutes to help in the better absorption of the oil into the hair. Wash off after one to two hours with a mild shampoo. You will note evident results post your first usage. Oils enriched with herbs give your hair strength and stimulates blood circulation. Together it helps you grow thicker hair.
Tip : Get To The Root
If you experience a lot of hair thinning and hair fall, consult a specialist immediately. Let the doctor get to the root and solve the problem. There can be various causes behind your problem. Taking professional help will help you identify your exact problem and control it at the earliest.