https://www.1mhealthtips.com/advice-on-how-to-stop-thinning-hair-according-to-experts/

You style it, pull it, and heat it. By the time you notice that your hair is thinning, you want to reverse it immediately!

Experts recommend natural remedies including tea tree oil shampoos or biotin supplements. Tea tree oil is supposed to help unclog hair follicles , and also nourish roots.

According to Hair stylist Bianca Smothers, people come in asking on how they can improve thinning hair all the time. Also, “Of all ages and different types of thinning too,” according to Smothers.

According to Hair stylist Bianca Smothers, the key to healthy hair is a healthy scalp. Therefore, your first step might be to come to the salon, then ask for a scalp treatment. If that does not get the results you are looking for, she highly recommends the Rene Furterer 4-step process, which you can do at home.

“There’s a scalp treatment, there’s a shampoo, so that you can wash off the scalp treatment,” according to Smothers. “Also, there’s a leave-in serum that you can put all over your scalp and massage it in. There is also a dietary supplement that you take every day.”

She said she’s used it herself around the temple and loves it. But, even within the same salon you can find various opinions. As per Hair stylist Angelica Ramirez, she prefers a treatment by Kerastasse.

“You are going to put it right down the middle, at least two times on the side, and your scalp is really going to soak it in and just make your hair come in a lot stronger and healthier than what’s coming in now,” Ramirez said.

Overall, the biggest mistake according to these hair stylist experts, clients make is not using a product long enough. Hairstylists say most individuals need to use a product for at least 3-6 months to see noticeable results.

Sources:
WDTN
MD Laser and Cosmetics

Related Articles:

  1. 5 Best Yoga Poses to Prevent Hair Loss
  2. How to Use Curry Leaves for Hair Growth, Damaged Hair and Dandruff
  3. Okra: As Anti-Aging Face Mask, Moisturizer and Hair Gel

photo credit: pixabay