Autumn makes dead leaves fall to the ground, but it shouldn’t do the same to our hair! But seasonal hair loss is a necessary step, a bit like putting away your swimming costumes and turning over the mattress. Here's how to limit damage!
Why does this happen? Let's make it a thing of the past! During the warmer months, hormone secretion increases and accelerates the growth of hair, which causes more hair loss at the beginning of the year. But this sepia-toned drama lasts no more than 6 weeks and we can act rather than suffer through it.
Cleaning your hair regularly removes pollution and sweat residues that clog pores and prevent optimal growth. But you also shouldn’t wash it too much!
The scalp massage reactivates blood microcirculation and helps stimulate growth. Using your fingers, massage for at least one minute and in a circular motion. You don’t need more!
To grow, your hair needs to replenish its micro-nutrients. A balanced diet is the key: proteins, vitamin B and E, Zinc, Selenium, everything you can find in a well balanced meal. And if that's not enough, consider food supplements!
Back-to-school stress increases hair loss. So relax, breathe, take care of yourself, and above all sleep well and keep active!
Stick to a routine that suits your scalp and your hair. Opt for fortifying and revitalising treatments and anti-hair loss techniques (massage, brushing).
The scalp massage reactivates blood microcirculation and helps stimulate growth.
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