#1) Develop A Healthy Hair Care Regimen
One of the things that you can start doing today to help with your alopecia is to develop a healthy haircare routine. This is something that we can all do.
The often starts with ways that you wear your hair.
As much as we love protective styling, extensions, and wigs, if you’re wearing them too often then you could be putting repeated stress on your scalp, which can lead to traction alopecia.
Traction alopecia is one of the most popular forms of alopecia that impacts Black women and is often caused by anything that pulls on the hair, ultimately damaging the root and can lead to scarring and permanent hair loss.
Therefore, it is extremely important to monitor how much hair you’re losing in between styles. That way, as you monitor it, you can start to lessen hair loss right in its tracks.
A healthy haircare regimen also includes have a healthy diet. This means that you get enough protein, vegetables, and the essential nutrients that are needed to support hair growth.
But let's face it . . . it can be hard to get the recommended amount of nutrients that your hair needs, which is why taking hair vitamins are an important component to a healthy hair routine. Also, drinking at least your body weight in fresh water each day is important, too.
A healthy haircare routine also includes using using products that can help promote hair growth. Using effective hair oils like the PureFix Elixir are important to moisturizing your scalp.
However, when you use hair oils it is essential that you also massage your scalp to increases blood circulation to your follicles and in return stimulates them and makes hair grow out thicker.
As you develop a healthy haircare regimen, I want you to know that . . .