If you have started noticing more of your hair coming out in your hairbrush or on your pillow in the morning, don’t panic. Hair loss is a natural part of our body’s daily routine. In fact, we lose about 100 strands of hair every single day. But if you notice your hair thinning around your hairline or the crown of your head, this could be a sign of male pattern baldness. Here are some tips you can try at home to regrow and strengthen your hair.
Massage your scalp in the shower
One of the most basic but oft-forgotten remedies for hair loss is a simple scalp massage. Massaging the hair follicles can help jump-start their production while also reducing stress, which can be a contributing factor to hair loss. Some believe that bending over in the shower and massaging the shampoo into your scalp is extra helpful because it combines warm air with increased blood flow to the head. This will help to activate the cells in your hair follicles.
Using coconut oil in a hair mask or shampoo can make your hair look shiny and healthier while also improving the health of the hair follicles. Because coconut oil contains high levels of fatty acids, it helps to reduce protein loss in the hair shaft.
Hair loss shampoo
Many people turn to shampoos designed specifically for hair loss and balding. Alpecin and Biotin are a couple of common brands that have garnered high praise over the years. However, as with other home remedies, the results from hair loss shampoo will vary by person.
Try the permanent solution at Trillium Ink
Experiencing hair loss can take a major toll on a person’s self-confidence. If home remedies just aren’t doing the trick, it might be time to turn to a more permanent solution. At Trillium Ink, we offer scalp micropigmentation, a medical scalp tattoo that imitates natural-looking micro hairs to create a hairline and fill in bald spots. Whether you are experiencing male pattern baldness or want to cover up a scar on your scalp, SMP is a permanent and dependable solution. Contact our team today to schedule your consultation.