- Myth-It’s always hormonal
- Myth – It happens only when you’re older
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- Myth— Conditioning your hair might cause thinning
- Myth—Supplements will instantly reduce hair thinning
Myth-It’s always hormonal
When your hormones are in overdrive, they might cause hair thinning but that doesn’t mean every time you suffer from hair thinning, you can blame it on hormones. If you happen to have weak follicles, you will automatically, at some point, suffer from hair thinning and hair fall.
Myth – It happens only when you’re older
We hate to break this to you but hair thinning can hit you at any age—if it’s in your genes, you should start using the right products and take hair care methods seriously no matter how young you are.
Myth—Cleansing your hair often will make your hair fall out
When you cleanse your hair by way of a shampoo and conditioner, you’re just ensuring that your scalp is clean. Don’t fear if you see some hair strands on the bathroom floor. As a natural phenomenon, women lose about 100 strands of hair a day for new ones to grow. As an added tip, we suggest you wash your hair with a volumising shampoo and conditioner like the TRESemmé Beauty-Full Volume Reverse System Shampoo and Conditioner. Its Volume Lockers give your hair just the kind of volume boost you need.
Myth— Conditioning your hair might cause thinning
Many believe that conditioning your hair causes hair fall. A conditioner infuses moisture in your hair and hydrates your tresses and hence, saves your hair from hair thinning and hair fall.
Myth—Supplements will instantly reduce hair thinning
Sure, supplements will improve the health of your scalp but if you have bad habits like eating greasy foods or using heat styling products regularly, taking supplements are going to do nothing for your hair.