Losing your hair, regardless of whether you're male or female, is never fun.
Hair loss is a major concern for both men and women. The progressive loss of hair is called alopecia.
Whether in a man or a woman, the slow progressive decrease of hair density frequently starts from about the age of 50 and is an absolutely natural phenomenon linked to the ageing process. Thanks to his expertise, the hairdresser can recommend new and advanced hair loss treatment technology that will make a big difference.
Factors of hair loss
Many scientific improvements have been made in the understanding of hair loss. For example, one does not lose hair overnight, it is simply that over time, or more prematurely, it grows more finely and in smaller and smaller quantities.
Furthermore, a link has been established between the appearance of alopecia and the hair follicle connective tissue sheath becoming rigid. The hardening of this sheath slows the development of the hair follicle. Thus the hair lacks vigour and thins.
Find the right treatment in a salon
Thanks to their training and expertise, hairdressers can proceed to a hair diagnosis and advise you on the most appropriate treatment. Your hairdresser might offer a treatment containing the unique hair loss improving AMINEXIL molecule, which can extends the life of 8000 hair and promotes a better anchorage of the fiber in the scalp, to truly make a difference to your hair density and texture.
Professional tips and advice
Make sure you promote a healthy scalp. Just as your skin will act up if it’s not properly cleaned or cared for, your scalp will do the same. And your scalp and hair follicles need the cleanest and most balances environment possible in order to fight off hair loss. Ask your hairdresser to recommend hair cleaning products that gently removes bacteria, restores a correct pH level and doesn’t suffocate your scalp by leaving a thick residue. Be gentle with your hair: don’t tug, aggressively comb, or dry your hair in a harsh manner. Be also aware of your stress level as a busy schedule and little sleep may intensify hair loss.