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The Best Treatments and Hairstyles for Thinning Hair

You expect the hairstyle you’re sporting to make you look fine. But when it’s your hair that’s becoming fine, this can quickly become concerning.

While it’s normal to lose 80 to 100 hair a day, if your locks are falling out in chunks, it can set alarms ringing in your head.

What is going on?

How did this happen?

What can you do?

Unfortunately, 6.8 million people in the U.S. have alopecia and it’s becoming a growing concern. The condition not only affects men but women as well. If you’re struggling with hair thinning, here are a few treatments you can try:

Protect Your Head From External Threats

When we go outside, we use sunscreen to protect our skin from the sun’s UV rays. But we forget about the importance of protecting our hair. Most people aren’t aware of this, but the sun’s rays can penetrate your hair and damage your scalp as well.

Secondly, on a hot, humid day, you feel sweaty and sweat can lead to excess moisture. This will irritate your scalp even more and if you have psoriasis or eczema, once the sweat dries, your scalp will become drier.

So, make sure to wear a cap or a scarf on your head when you go outside in the heat. Protect your scalp at all times!

And if you’ve gotten hair extensions installed, make sure to protect them from the heat. Your hair can grow back but once extensions are damaged, you’ll have to get them reinstalled!

 Try Oiling

Use organic oils to oil your hair once or twice a week. Leave the oil in for a couple of hours before washing your hair with lukewarm water. Avoid using hot water so you don’t damage your roots.

Go For Trinity Natural Hair Care’s Hair Loss Treatment

Two percent of the population is at risk of developing alopecia. Trinity Natural Hair Care’s Hair Loss Treatment guarantees hair re-growth in 60 days.

Their multi-ingredient formula works to heal your scalp. It nourishes the roots so that your hair grows back healthy and strong.

Don’t Brush Your Hair After Washing It

It’s understandable you’re in a hurry about avoiding combing or brushing your hair right after you come out of the shower. Secondly, avoid using heat. If you need to dry your hair, don’t use a towel but instead, use a cotton t-shirt. Cotton absorbs moisture quickly and it won’t be rough on your hair.

If you want to use a hairdryer, set the settings to “cold” and not “hot.”

Hairstyles You Can Try

Don’t think your options are limited! Trinity Hair Care are experts when it comes to the art of hairstyling. Whether it’s a ponytail or crochet braids, they’ll add spice to your style in no time!

Visit their website to learn more.

About the author

Nancy

Nancy

I’m Nancy and no, I didn’t always look like I do in that picture on the right. My foray into health and fitness began as a brace-faced, 16 year-old who was too afraid to wear a two-piece at the beach because I felt my body paled in comparison to my much more toned friends.

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