Hair thinning is a natural part of aging. You're not alone if you notice a receding hairline in your late 20s. There are many reason why your hair starts to thin: hormones, genetics, stress, diet, and excessive chemical treatments. While we can't do anything about hormone and genetic reason we can prevent hair thinning from altering our diet and hair care habits.
When you don't eat enough food or lack in necessary vitamins, your hair will lose the nutrients that make it strong and healthy. What you can start doing is incorporate more vitamin c, calcium, iron, potassium, selenium and omega-3 in your diet.
Limit Chemical Treatments
Stay away from perms or hair coloring that contain strong chemicals such as peroxide and lye. Shampoos and styling products with sodium lauryl sulfate and silicones can exacerbate scalp and follicle problems! Also, if you can try not to wear your hair up all the time. The tightness and hair straining can actually develop traction alopecia (hair falling do to pressure of pulling).
Disguise Thick Hair
If you already see signs of hair thinning you can prevent your hair looking flimsy! Below are cards provide hairstyle and haircare tips for fine hair.