For years scientist have been researching for a hair loss cure. The good news – they may have found it!
What has been most frustrating about curing hair loss is the answer has always been on the back of your head – literally. It is very RARE for someone to go bald all over. Instead, the hair typically starts to recede from the front of the head and goes back. And it leaves the “crown look”. In scientific terms this is referred to as male pattern baldness.
But look at people on their 70’s, 80;s and even 90’s who are bald. They still have the bald spot on top but they all still have the crown that goes around the back of their head to over their ears. Why is this? It seems that even though this is still your head and scalp, hair grows differently in the same general area.
There are a few tips you can use to prevent hair lose while waiting the new hair loss cure:
- When towel drying never briskly rub your hair. This can break the hair, resulting in frizzy and frayed hair. Instead of this, you should gently squeeze, blot or pat any additional moisture off your hair, or you could loosely wrap it into a towel. You should also avoid brushing or combing it while it’s wet, unless you use a wide-toothed comb.
- Steer clear of damage and excess breakage by only brushing hair when it is dry. The best type of brush has bristles that are soft, natural and flexible. Start by combing the tangles from your hair, starting at the ends and working towards the roots.
- Check the ingredient list, and avoid products with alcohol, as these products often cause dryness. In addition, never apply a hair product straight on your scalp because this can irritate or clog your pores. These conditions can result in lackluster appearance of your hair.
- Keep the sun from damaging your hair with products that have sunscreen in them. A lot of sun can damage your hair. Protecting your hair properly can also increase its longevity and maintain your color.
The hair loss cure is about to be announced. In the meantime just be careful not to sleep on a whoopie cushion.