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3 Steps to Trigger Hair Growth

written by Guest Blogger April 14, 2013

Do you love your hair and don’t want to lose it? Read today’s guest post by Lacey Davis, who shares ways to fight hair loss with natural remedies, shampoos and habits! 

Is your hair getting dry and brittle? Is it coming out after washing your hair? Most of the time, this type of hair loss is normal. However, if your hair starts breaking off, or the handfuls keep increasing, you might be experiencing hair loss. There are steps to addressing this problem, such as: natural remedies, hair loss shampoos and hair habits.

Natural Remedies for Hair loss

The clump of your hair in your hand might be disconcerting but have no fear, there are plenty of natural remedies. The first thing to do is to start at the source, the scalp. Your scalp needs daily massaging to provide circulation. A good way to do this is in the shower. You can also use rosemary oil and almond oil to massage your scalp once a week. Other natural oils good for your hair are: coconut (virgin or refined,) jojoba, castor and emu.

Eating a balanced diet can help counterbalance hair loss. Getting plenty of sleep and feeling well-rested will also help. Limiting the stresses in your life can also play into hair loss, so figuring out what is stressing you out might help. These are all just simple, natural steps that can combat hair loss.

Finding the Right Shampoo

Going green (organic) can be costly, but will result in hair growth. There are too many harsh chemicals in name brand shampoos. When choosing a shampoo, good examples of hair loss shampoos are organic shampoos. These shampoos’ ingredient lists should be comprised of all natural components. Be sure that no chemicals are listed, such as: sodium lauryl sulfate, which can cause hair follicle miniaturization.

All the natural ingredients mentioned above are good ingredients to promote hair growth. These ingredients either help scalp circulation or aid in follicle growth. Some brands to look for are: Burt’s Bees, DS Laboratories Revita Hair Growth Stimulating Shampoo, Pura D’or Organic Argan Oil Anti Hair Loss Shampoo and Aubrey Organics – Rosa Mosqueta Nourishing Shampoo.

Good Hair Habits to Have

There are things we do on a routine basis that we don’t know might be damaging our hair. Hot showers are damaging to hair, because the hot water dries the scalp out. This can decrease scalp circulation, dry out hair follicles and cause dandruff. Always use warm water when showering.

It is almost second nature to brush/comb your hair once you exit the shower, but you should wrap your hair in a towel. Let your hair dry naturally before brushing or combing to prevent follicle breakage, because hair is weak when wet. Try not to keep hair in a tight pony-tail holder. Keeping hair tight and restricted can result in hair breakage and damage. Hair dyes are also harmful to hair and can result in hair loss.

It is normal to lose hair daily, but when it is more than 200 strands, it is time to these steps to combat hair loss. All natural remedies are good way to start finding ways to prevent hair loss. Extending the battle in a buying a organic hair loss shampoo is another good step. Having good hair habits helps change our daily routine of hair warfare. Employing all these steps will get you on the path to regaining your hair!

About the Author 

Lacey Davis is a freelance writer. Lacey blogs about hair maintenance, hair styling, and hair products. Lacey has thyroid problems (hormonal imbalance) she also blogs about her hair loss experience. To read some information like good examples of hair loss shampoos and what kind of shampoos to be used, visit the site organic shampoos help in preventing hair loss.

Do you have any favourite organic shampoos that you like to use? Or any natural hair loss tips you can share? 

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1 comment

Chloe July 17, 2014 at 6:28 pm

Hi, I would like to add one more thing to the article.

When you look for a shampoo for hair loss, it’s important to check a list ingredients. If you see chemical ingredients such as SLS or paraben, it’s harsh to your hair follicles which may cause unwanted hair loss.

Thanks for the article!

/Chloe

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