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Hair Saving Secrets  

Hair loss is a topic which some individuals may be hesitant to talk about freely. Hair loss is a common occurrence for many. Some hair loss is due to genetics whereas other types of hair loss are the result of hair care on the part of the individual. As there may be no set solution for hair loss due to genetics, there are some hair saving secrets which many will find valuable for other types of hair loss. By reviewing the secrets listed below, one will be well on their way to preserving their luscious head of hair.

Be Gentle with Your Hair

One of the most important hair saving secrets which will make a world of difference with regard to hair loss is to be gentle when caring for your hair. It is easy to run a brush through the hair vigorously and not even give it a second thought, however, this is a good way to cause hair damage and ultimately hair loss. When grooming your hair, it is important to use a proper hairbrush that will do the job yet not be too harsh on the hair strands. Try to use hair bands and elastics which are snag-free because if you use hair bands and elastics that are not snag-free, hair loss and breakage will occur.

Use Enough Styling Products But Not Too Much

It is also important to monitor the usage of hair styling products. Many products are good for the hair and scalp yet an over usage of such products may lead to hair damage. A good shampoo and conditioner will work wonders on the hair. It is okay to use hair products such as hair spray, gels and mousse if you use them in moderation. Too many styling products may lead to hair damage and make the hair strands look worse, not better.

Wear a Hat

Hair damage can also occur as a result of the sun and wind. Damaged hair can lead to hair loss. For this reason, it is important to wear a hat as much as possible when outside in the sun and wind. Both of these weather-related elements will aid in damaging hair and by wearing a hat the individual is taking the necessary precautions to prevent this from happening.

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