When hair loss becomes abnormal
Causes: genes, stress, change of season...
Progressively, hair growth slows down and the cycle drops down to one year rather than three or four. The hair follicle is less deeply embedded in the dermis and begins to atrophy. Consequence: the hair becomes thinner. The hair on the scalp begins to recede along the temples, forehead and top of the head.
Hair loss may also be caused by:
- medicines, such as anticoagulants or cancer treatments
- a psychological shock
- imbalanced diet, etc.
- seasonal change
Solutions to fight hair loss
On a daily basis, we recommend that you:
- use gentle shampoos and avoid harsh hair products
- rest and avoid stress
- Eat healthy, well-balanced meals