Grow Thicker Hair
by Tori Prieur
We all naturally lose up to 100 strands of hair per day, but this loss can vary depending on the length and coarseness of your hair. If you are one of the lucky people blessed with naturally thick locks, then please bear with those of us as who must strive to improve what we have.
Hair loss and thinning can be the result of illness, stress, poor diet, genetics, medication or a hormonal imbalance. As we age, most people do notice some thinning of their hair and some of us have been fighting to plump up our naturally fine hair since childhood. Excessive strain on the hair, through tight elastics or rough handling, will cause breakage and further thinning of the hair. Chemical products, over-processing and heat styling can result in brittle or damaged locks.
When handling thin hair, or any hair for that matter, remember to be gentle. When drying, squeeze moisture from the hair shaft instead of vigorously rubbing. Use a wide tooth comb to gently detangle, especially when hair is wet. Avoid heat styling and chemical processing whenever possible. It is also a good idea to steer clear of products containing large amounts of alcohol which can quickly strip away much-needed moisture.
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