|Kendra asks: |
My hair is fine to begin with but has been getting much thinner in the last 2/3 years that I have noticed it and maybe that is mostly caused by age (42), but I am wondering what I can do to change that - is there certain vitamins/foods that are recommended? I do not think its at the stage for medical treatment but I just want my hair healthy and to be thicker - it seems like I lose a lot more hair then grows back!! I have used Nioxin hair Products for Fine, chemically enhanced hair but not on a constant basis. I would like to know are they one of the top products to use for thinning hair or is there something better on the market? Are there any consumer reports on Nioxin products?
|Answered By: |
I have found that professional hair loss products provide great results but I would suggest that you keep using the product. Most of my fellow professional hairstylist do recommend professional products and have had great results on their clients.
|Amz asks: |
I have thick straight long black hair which gets greasy after one day of washing it. I only use conditioner once a week, however sometimes I find that if I have washed my hair the night before, in the morning it is not as fresh it goes flat and starts to look greasy. I am worried that my hair is going to thin out if I keep on changing my shampoos. Is there anything I can do to stop it from getting greasy so quickly?
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You need to use a fruit based shampoo for oily hair I am going to suggest Razzamatazz 3 in 1 shampoo use daily to keep your scalp clean and healthy this will prevent long term problems such as hair loss
|Char asks: |
I have wore my hair up in a ponytail for years now and my hair is starting to go much thinner at the front and it is starting to make me look like I have bald patches because of where I wear it up so tight so what should I do to get my hair to grow back thicker there? People have said to wear my hair down but I do not want to because I like it up so should I just wear it looser or something?
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Always refrain from tying your hair back so harshly, (especially when wet) as this causes damage to hair follicles around the hairline. If you only feel comfortable with your hair back, try changing the way you tie it. This way you are not constantly damaging the same hairs which will lead to breakage. Another tip is using a head band as this will cause less tension to your hair. You need to put the condition back into your hair, try using Hot Shots Volume Detox (RRP £6.99) this treatment shampoo in a shot is specially formulated to encourage circulation around the hair follicle to increase uptake of the nutrients and to boost hair body, volume and texture. A side sweeping fringe will give the appearance of thicker hair and a change of parting will disguise the look of any bald patches. I would strongly recommend a restyle, as if your hair was easier to manage you may not be so tempted to tie it back this will also make your hair around the hairline stronger whist encouraging new growth. However if you insist in having your hair tied back a great new way of doing so is to create a messy knot. This is a softer style so your hair is not so severely pulled back and will be less damaging.
• Take the top section of hair (half up) and fix into place with a snag free band
• Take small sections of the hair underneath and loosely pin around the existing ponytail
• This creates a messy pinned in pony that is edgy and glam.
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