Today we’re discussing Winter Hair Loss - why it happens - and what you can do about it!
It’s natural for us to lost 100 hairs per day - this is a natural part of the hair growth and shedding cycle.
Seasonal hair loss occurs predominantly in the early winter months, or October, November and December - it can affect men and women with or without ahair loss condition.
There are lots of potential reasons why it’s suggested that this occurs!
One theory is that the sun causes inflamed hair follicles which then cause hair to shed a number of months later, coinciding with the beginning of winter.
Other theories revolve around sweating more in summer, and the influence on our bodies (and follicles) of thestress of the summer heat.
Also just like our canine companions – we shed hair as the weather grows colder in order to grow a thicker head of hair to keep us warm through the winter. Whatever the cause, it is important to differentiate between temporary hair loss and the permanent genetic condition male pattern baldness.
Seasonal hair loss will grow back - to boost hair growth
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Smoking, vaping, alcohol, junk food and stress have been proven to speed up hair loss.
Seriously consider quitting these and reduce your alcohol intake.
Take the time to exfoliate your scalp - clear it of dead skin cells, you will really notice the difference.
Massaging your scalp with DHT Blocking Hair Oils, such as mixing Olive or Coconut Oil with Lavender Oil, Primrose or Peppermint Oil will help to boost circulation at the scalp.
Healthy circulation means all the nutrients from all your food and smoothies are getting to your scalp, nourishing the hair, giving it the best possible chance for healthy hair growth!
Avoid heat styling - this can just make your hair more dry and brittle.
Use a paraben and sulphate free shampoo.
Try a hair mask
If you can - try a lovely soft microfibre towel.
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