One of the most common problems among women with thinning hair is that they tend to look older than their age because their hair is thin and has no volume, a phenomenon that is common among the type of hair that is thinning due to acquired chemicals or other factors. However, if the cause of thinning hair is known, a solution can be found to prevent the progression of thinning hair and at the same time work toward recovery.
In this article, I would like to introduce the causes and methods of countermeasures for those suffering from thinning hair in women.
Reasons for thinning hair
Generally speaking, thinning hair in women is caused by acquired factors such as coloring after entering the workforce or damage from perming solution, since most women have firm hair unless they have thin, fine hair inherited through heredity.
Thinning hair also progresses due to damage to the scalp from perming solution and coloring, which not only damages the hair but also damages the scalp itself. In addition, thinning hair tends to increase even among women in their early 20s due to a decrease in female hormones, collagen deficiency, and lifestyle disorders.
In addition, the collagen in women’s bodies declines at a faster rate after a quarter century of age, and if the insufficient collagen is not supplemented, the hair will not be nourished and will become thin and weak, leading to thinning of the hair.
What can I do to prevent ongoing thinning hair?
There are many factors that contribute to thinning hair in women, but chemicals clogging the pores due to shampoo and treatment runoff can cause hair to fall out easily.
It is also important to ask your hair stylist to be careful not to get chemicals on your scalp when coloring your hair at the salon. There are also protective oils for people with sensitive scalps.
In this way, it is important to avoid activities that may cause damage to the hair and scalp, and to avoid contact with scalp when using over-the-counter coloring products.