Are you experiencing hair thinning or feel like your hair is limp and in need of extra volume? You are not alone. Many women and men suffer from thin and thinning hair. Here are some tips & tricks for achieving full healthy, thicker hair!
Tip #1: Use A Natural Thickening Shampoo & Conditioner with Non-Toxic Vegan Ingredients
Using a vegan, non-toxic shampoo and conditioner that is specifically formulated to restore the hair’s strength can help treat thin hair. Non vegan, toxic ingredients work with the hair as opposed to against. Toxic, ingredients like parabens and sulfates can dry out the hair and scalp and cause damage. DERMA E’s Thickening Shampoo is enriched with nutrient-rich Eucalyptus Oil and cooling Spearmint Oil to help soothe the scalp while Provitamin B5 helps to deeply hydrate and nourish the scalp and hair follicles for noticeably shiny, stronger, and healthier-looking hair. Along with this shampoo, our Thickening Conditioner is formulated with gentle exfoliating Willow Bark and nourishing Peppermint Oil to help support a healthy scalp. Ultra-hydrating Argan Oil helps to soften the hair while Biotin helps to promote healthy hair. Additionally, be sure to avoid shampoos and conditioners with sulfates as they can lead to over drying and can cause breakage. Our Thickening Shampoo and Conditioner are both vegan, cruelty-free, sulfate free and safe for color treated hair.
Tip #2: Eat & Drink Clean
The foods we eat can directly affect our skin and hair health. If your hair is looking thin or limp, that may be a sign that you aren’t getting the vitamins and minerals you need. Incorporating healthy fats and proteins in your diet can help contribute to improved hair health. Some amazing superfoods to incorporate include avocadoes, spinach, guava, sweet potatoes, cinnamon, and walnuts.
Also, remember to stay hydrated by drinking plenty of water throughout the day. The amount of water you need to drink each day depends on your weight, but the general rule to follow is drinking eight 8-ounce glasses, which equals about 2 liters, or half a gallon.
Be sure to consult a doctor or nutritionist if you feel you need a professional’s help in this area.
Tip #3: Get a Trim for Healthier Hair
If you are experiencing excessive breakage, shedding or thinning, it may be time to visit your hairstylist for a trim or haircut. Thin hair tends to look even thinner when weighed down by length so a shorter hairstyle may more ideal.
Tip #4: Avoid Heat Styling Tools
Applying heat to the hair on a regular basis can cause damage and lead your hair to lose some of its strength and natural volume over time. Try your best to avoid hot tools or limit the frequency that you use them.
Tip #5: Visit a Dermatologist- Diagnosis & Supplements May Help
If following these tips doesn’t seem to help, you may want to consider visiting a dermatologist. A board-certified dermatologist is trained to diagnose conditions that affect your hair and can therefore help you find the root of the problem (no pun intended). A dermatologist can also help you determine if taking supplements or a medical prescription will promote thickness and overall hair health.
What Are Your Top, Natural Tips for Increasing Hair Thickness?