How to limit hair loss?

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How to limit hair loss?

Ways to mitigate this natural phenomenon

It is a seasonal and quite common phenomenon that during the fall, we tend to lose more hair than usual. Although it is entirely natural, it can be undesirable. Here's how to limit seasonal hair loss.

What causes seasonal hair loss?
In autumn, our hair falls out 2 to 4 times more than during the rest of the year. But no need to worry, it's entirely normal. During summer, our hair tends to grow faster due to the effects of sunlight and heat, protecting the scalp from UV rays. In autumn, most of the hair reaches the end of its life cycle, and that's why it falls out. Other factors that contribute to hair loss include changes in climate and sunlight, which influence the rhythm and speed of the hair growth cycle. It is a temporary phenomenon, and in general, seasonal hair loss does not last for more than 2 months.

How to limit hair loss?
Prevention is always better than cure. You can take action a little before the temperatures drop to adopt good practices for the health of your hair. Daily scalp massage can stimulate blood circulation and strengthen your hair. Once a week, treat your hair to a long massage with the HAIR serum to benefit from its active ingredients that promote hair growth and limit hair loss. Avoid hairstyles that pull the hair back tightly, as they can severely damage the hair, and minimize the use of heat-styling tools.

Nutrients for hair health?
Hair loss can also be linked to deficiencies in iron (essential for oxygenating hair follicles) and vitamin B (stimulates the scalp and promotes regeneration). To address this, consume more seeds, brewer's yeast, and lentils rich in Vitamin B, and include poultry and legumes in your diet for their high iron content. You can also take a course of dietary supplements to strengthen your hair and provide the nutrients it needs to prevent hair loss. Our HAIR cure contains brewer's yeast, which is rich in vitamin B, ideal for boosting hair health as autumn approaches.

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