Hair and Scalp Concerns

Our hair is our crowning glory, and we all know how powerful a good hair day can make us feel. However, sometimes certain hair and scalp issues can arise that make us feel less than wonderful. Today, we’re taking a look at some of the most common hair and scalp concerns, and what you can do about them.

Age-related Hair Thinning: If you’ve been feeling like your hair has thinned out over the years, you might not be imagining it. Thinning hair can be attributed to hormonal changes, but as we age our follicles actually do get smaller, causing you to lose some of the volume and fullness that you may have experienced in your younger years.
Try: neuLASH neuHair Hair Enhancing Formula – This hair enhancement tonic comes in an easy-to-use foam formula, and contains everything your scalp needs for gorgeous, thick hair. Sweet almond oil keeps strands soft, while peptides, amino acids, and panthenol encourage stronger, thicker hair growth.

Gray Hair: The pesky white hairs that pop up around your hairline might be a fact of life, but what causes them? Hair turns gray when the melanin responsible for its color stops being produced. While it is usually age-related, many people start seeing gray or white hairs in their early twenties. As frustrating as gray hairs can be, they usually aren’t a sign of illness.
Try: Gray hairs can easily be dyed, but the upkeep can be a little high maintenance. A root concealer like Color Wow Root Cover is the quickest way to hide gray hairs, just brush the powder onto your roots and no one will be the wiser.

Dandruff: Dandruff is a condition that affects an overwhelming number of people and causes flakes on the scalp. It is not contagious and is usually more embarrassing than harmful, but the good news is it is a manageable condition. Despite common belief, dandruff is not caused by bad hygiene, however it can be brought on by using the wrong products.
Try: Ducray Kertyol PSO Shampoo – The salicylic acid in this shampoo works wonders to calm inflammation, eliminate flakes, and regulate the scalp’s natural exfoliation process.

Damaged hair: As many of us have learned the hard way, hair can be damaged relatively easily. Hair damage occurs when the outer layer of the hair, known as the cuticle, is compromised. This can lead to brittle, dry, coarse strands and, in extreme cases, even breakage. Hair can be damaged by heat styling, dyeing, chemical straightening, and even sun exposure or tight hair styles. Luckily, damage control comes easily, in the form of deep treatments and some TLC.
Try: Vichy Dercos Nourishing Reparative Rich Mask for Dry Hair – This rich, deep treatment nourishes hair strands and rebuilds hair fiber, restoring dull, damaged hair and turning it into soft, shiny locks.

Frizz: It may seem like frizz is a natural result of living in the Gulf, but what if we told you there were ways around it? Frizz happens when the cuticle of the hair becomes raised as opposed to lying flat, leaving the hair looking rough and dull. Frizz occurs when your hair absorbs moisture from the air which causes the cuticle to swell. Dry hair is more susceptible to frizz as it is more porous, so keeping moisture levels in check is key.
Try: Philip Kingsley Prep Polishing Balm – This silky, conditioning balm nourishes dry hair, smooths split ends, and protects the outer cuticle to prevent frizz and keep your locks smooth and shiny.

Male Pattern Baldness: One of the most common hair complaints from men, male pattern baldness is an inherited condition, which means your chances of dealing with it are higher if your father or uncles have experienced it. This type of hair loss occurs when hair follicles shrink, and it usually begins at the hairline, which gradually recedes and moves further back.
Try: Dercos Aminexil Clinical 5 Men – This innovative hair loss treatment combines five active ingredients with aminexil, an anti-hair loss molecule, to strengthen the hair follicles and roots, anchor the hair to the scalp, and promote a healthy environment for hair growth.

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