Prevent Hair Loss with DXN Products… How?
How to Prevent Hair Loss
Hair loss has multiple potential causes, including diet, mineral deficiency, medications, severe stress or illness, pollution, and your genetics. Up to one third of the population suffers from hair loss, and of that third, thousands are women. There are no guarantees that you can prevent hair loss that is genetically programmed, or hair loss caused by factors not within your control. However, you can do the best by your hair at all stages to give it the greatest chance of staying in top condition and not leaving your head sooner than it needs to.
DXN Shampoo and Gano Massage Oil along with Spirulina are best Prevention for Hair Loss.These products are purely organic, chemical free and full of hair nutritionist. Even Gano Massage Oil with Spirulina can grow new Hairs. cure premature Hair gray problems. for silky and smooth hairs Use DXN Shamoop and Gano Massage Oil,
Avoiding Damaging your Hair
1. Limit your use of hair dryers: Heat weakens hair proteins. Constant heating and drying can lead to brittleness and fragility that can cause hair loss that would not have occurred otherwise. Natural drying is best for you hair, so aim to dry it naturally more often than drying it with heat.
- Other devices that heat your hair, including hot curlers, hot brushes and hair straighteners, can also have this effect.
- If you do use heated tools be careful, because burned scalps can permanently damage hair follicles!
2. Avoid perms:
Perming refers to either chemical straightening or chemical curling, both of which can damage your hair. It works specifically by breaking the inner bonds of your hair, and then reforming them in a different way to straighten or curl your hair. This weakens your hair, making it dull, dry and brittle. Over time dry and brittle hair can contribute to hair loss.
3. Cut down on the dye and chemicals:
Frequent use of hair colouring chemicals increases the chances of serious damage being done to your hair. Never colour your hair more often than every 4 to 6 weeks. If you do dye your hair, it’s a good idea to use a conditioning shampoos or conditioners after shampooing. When it comes to going gray, it’s a lot kinder to your hair to let it turn grey than to dye it.
4. Don’t bleach your hair:
Bleaching your hair removes your natural pigment when the cuticles are penetrated by chemicals. By doing this you are changing the structure of your hair and making it mores susceptible to damage. You are making it weaker, so bleaching coupled with blow drying and styling can really harm your hair.
5. Don’t pull your hair too tight:
Some hair styles that require tight pulling and elastics or clips can be a cause of hair loss if done on a daily basis. For example, tight ponytails, tight braids, corn-rows, and plaits, can lead to significant hair loss when done daily. Winding hair tightly onto rollers, especially heated rollers, is also liable to cause more hair loss.
- The medical name for loss of hair due to hairstyles that are too tight is known as “traction alopecia” and it is completely preventable as a cause in and of itself!
Caring Actively for your Hair
1. Wash hair regularly with mild shampoo:
Hair washing help prevent hair loss as it can keep your hair and scalp clean (preventing the chances of infections that might cause hair loss). Provided you use a mild shampoo, clean hair will give the impression of more volume than dirty hair, which tends to sit flatter and more parted than clean hair.
2. Choose a suitable chemical Free shampoo for your hair type:
Getting a good shampoo will really help you to have a healthy head of hair, so take some time to find that matches your hair type. Consider if you have fine, dry, greasy or normal hair and try a few different ones to find what works. If you have dandruff or colour your hair, get a shampoo that is specifically meant for this.
- Protein-enhanced shampoos and conditioners that boost volume make hair smoother and thicker temporarily because they fill in gaps on the hair shaft, but they don’t repair damaged hair.
3. Use a good hairbrush:
How you brush your hair can have a big impact on the condition of your hair. Go for a soft brush made from natural fibres, and don’t brush from the top down, but from the underside out. Be as gentle as you can and don’t pull too hard.
- It’s best to avoid brushing your hair when it’s wet, use a comb instead.
4. Try a scalp massage with Gano Massage Oil:
A scalp massage will increase the blood flow to the surface of the skin on your head and your hair follicles. Rubbing and kneading your scalp warms the skin and boosts circulation so the cells in the follicles get plenty of nutrients which in turn maximise hair growth potential.
- A scalp massage can also relax you which will help your overall body function.
6. Test your hair for thinning if you’re concerned:
Testing whether or not you’re suffering from hair loss can be done using what is known as the “tug test”. Take a small bunch of hair, about 20-30 hairs, and hold it between your thumb and index finger. Pull slowly but firmly; if more than six hairs come out at the same time, you may have a hair loss problem.
- This is not a foolproof test, so be sure to visit your doctor or a trichologist if you think you’re losing more hair than normal, remembering that we lose a lot of hairs each day naturally.
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