Whether you’re young or old, healthy or battling an illness, most people will experience hair loss at some point in their life. In fact, some of the most common battles we face such as menopause, weight gain, dry skin, and wrinkles go hand-in-hand with hair loss. In fact, 1-in-2 men and 1-in-3 women will experience some degree of hair loss or hair thinning in their lifetime.
In honor of Hair Loss Awareness month (who knew?!?!), here is a list of Do’s and Don’ts to keep the hair you have healthy:
Do eat the right foods
o Without enough protein, your body can’t replace the hairs that you naturally shed every day.
o Iron deficiency can actually contribute to more hair loss than the regular 50-100 daily strands
o Foods with plenty of vitamin C help in the good absorption of iron, so try to combine iron-rich foods with those that are high in vitamin C to get the most out of the iron. Vitamin C also help with your body’s production of collagen, which in turn strengthens the capillaries which supply your hair shafts.
Do pay attention to ingredients in your hair care products
o éprouvagefeatures a progressive plant cell technology specially developed to promote scalp health to create the ideal environment to produce stronger, healthier hair.
o If you are noticing more hair loss than usually, try the ingredient Redensyl – its gentle enough for daily use and will not cause any harsh side effects as other hair loss products have shown. (was originally used in eye lash growth products)