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HEALTH & BEAUTY


Through thick & thin


With Chris Moody of Moodyhair


Over eight million women in the UK are currently undergoing some type of treatment for thinning hair, according to the NHS.


As part of a natural shedding and renewing cycle, it is normal to lose around 100 strands of hair every single day, most often when we shampoo. Losing hundreds of hair follicles each week can seem alarming but is actually perfectly natural.


Some situations cause excess hair shedding, but in the vast majority of cases this is temporary and the hair will soon return to normal. Factors that can affect hair growth and density


include illness, side effects of strong medications or post recovery. Vitamin deficiency, a lower quality diet or periods of excessive stress and anxiety can also lead to noticeably thinning hair. There are many supplements on the market which may help such as Biotin, part of the Vitamin B family, Hairfollic and Vivascal are both nutrient supplements that have been shown to help.


Mechanical damage from styling tools, tension from braids, ponytails and hair extensions as well as chemical damage can all lead to excess hair shedding or even patches of missing hair. It is highly unlikely any shampoos, conditioners or styling products will create any hair loss. If you are concerned then consider going to a registered trichologist who specialises in hair and scalp health.


Androgentic Alopecia, more commonly known as Male or Female Pattern Baldness, affects men primarily. It shows as receding hair lines


and balding on the crown. It does affect a small number of women and appears as more general, widespread hair thinning.


There are many products on the market that claim to help but approach with caution. One of the more established and well researched products is called Minoxidil, an active ingredient available in a number of products sold over the pharmacy counter. The product has been proven to work on many people with gradual thinning hair, but it’s worth noting that if there’s no improvement after three months, it’s not working for you. It only works while it’s being used and the effects stop when you stop using it. Though it is a quick fix, the effects are not permanent and it can be expensive.


In nine out of ten cases hair problems are temporary, so speak to your professional stylist in the first instance. Most often, minor lifestyle changes can help to restore luscious locks.


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