Dealing with Breakage, Damage and Hair Loss

If you’ve been experiencing hair breakage, damage, and loss then you’re probably searching for solutions to keep your tresses touchable and easy to style. It can be super frustrating when these issues start showing up — what are some simple ways to deal?

  1. Get a Professional Analysis of Your Hair Done

Many salons have added this service to their options so clients can get a clear understanding of their hair’s specific needs. Every texture requires different care and if you’re using methods that aren’t right for you, you could be causing damage that may lead to breakage and hair loss over time. Knowing what you’re dealing with is the first step towards giving your hair the proper care it needs! Contact your favorite salon to see if this is one of the services they provide and book an appointment!

  1. Decrease the Frequency of Your Washes

Your scalp produces natural oils that keep your hair moisturized — preventing dryness that can cause an annoying itch or dandruff. When we wash our hair, we strip excess oils from the shaft and follicle so it looks fresh and clean. The problem? Many shampoos and conditioners on the market currently strip too many oils from the scalp, causing an imbalance of proteins and moisture that leads to damage! Split ends, breakage, and hair loss are all possibilities when those vital oils are removed but there is a simple solution — wash your hair less frequently! Some celebrities — such as Kim Kardashian — have admitted to washing their hair once a week but you don’t have to go to such extremes. Simply switching from daily to every-other-day hair washes can provide a world of difference.

  1. Minimize Heat Tools and Product Usage

If you frequently utilize blow dryers, flat irons, curlers, or other heat tools it’s important to remember one thing — extremely high-heat settings are totally unnecessary and may actually contribute to damages. Your hair is made up of proteins that can burn when exposed to high heat — that’s why it’s so dangerously flammable! Ideally, you’ll prevent causing any harm to your strands by avoiding heat tools altogether but we realize that’s not always possible. Minimize the effects by using lower temperatures, switching to a ceramic based tool that heats more evenly, and add a heat protecting spray to your routine!

  1. Prioritize Your Health

Healthy hair comes from within! When you make your overall wellness a top priority, you give your body the best chance it has to function at maximum capacity. When your body is running at its peak performance, functions like hair growth become easier and more efficient. Feel your best by reducing your stress, getting adequate sleep, and maintaining a balanced diet.

Dealing with hair loss, breakage, and other damages can be a scary experience! Hopefully we’ve provided advice to ease your worries and inspire you to reach for the right solutions. Did we miss an important tip? Have any questions, concerns, or suggestions? We want to hear from you — drop us a line in the comments section to join the conversation!

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