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Out of the 100,000 to 150,000 hairs on the average person’s head, one loses around 50 to 100 of them in a day. It is normal to see a few stray strands on one’s hairbrush, pillows, or shower drainage. What can be alarming is to see far more strands falling off than usual over a period of time. That's why the hair regeneration industry is such a lucrative business. However, not all products are built with the customer in mind. Some companies are focused on adding extra ingredients you don't need to charge more. In this post you will know the only best no-fuss shampoo for thinning hair in 2021. 

This hair shedding is what many identify as thinning hair. It refers to a minor or moderate type of hair loss (or referred to as alopecia) that does not always necessarily lead to balding. Instead, thinning hair manifests itself as thinner spots of hair on the head or the overall hair becoming much less dense than before. The process is gradual, with several solutions available to address or prevent it.

The Cause: Age or Genetics

For men and women, thinning hair is a normal occurrence that comes with age. This natural thinning is referred to as involutional alopecia. For those who have this condition means that more of their hair follicles enter and stay in their resting phase as the remaining follicles become shorter and fewer over time.

Involutional alopecia is not to be associated with androgenic alopecia. The latter is a genetic condition, more famously known as male or female pattern baldness. For men, this type of hair loss occurs as early as their teenage years. It manifests as a gradual receding of the hairline and a disappearance of hair at the top of the head. For women, it is a general thinning in the scalp when they reach their 40s or beyond. 

To determine which of the two types of hair loss you have, look at your family history to see if the condition is hereditary or a normal occurrence caused by aging. However, there are other possible causes of thinning hair outside the bounds of the above conditions.


Other Possible Causes of Thinning Hair

Thinning hair may also be due to one’s lifestyle or medical conditions.

How one lives from day to day will naturally have an impact on one’s hair. Here are some habits that contribute to thinning hair:

  • Heat and chemical hair treatments (such as color treatments, perms, relaxers, etc.)
  • Harsh hair products (i.e., temporary hair dyes or extreme-hold gels and hairsprays)
  • Tight hairstyles (like ponytails, cornrows, and hair extensions)
  • Nutrition deficiencies (like lacking follicle-producing minerals such as iron and folic acid)
  • Extreme and uncontrolled stress (whether physical or emotional)
  • Unhealthy habits (like smoking or drinking too much alcohol)

Thinning hair may also be a side effect of a health or medical condition. You might experience more hair shedding if you do or have the following:

  • Pregnancy or childbirth
  • Taking or stopped taking birth control pills
  • Hormonal changes (i.e., thyroid conditions)
  • Lost over 20 pounds in a short amount of time (whether through crash dieting or medical condition)
  • Undergoing medical treatment (like that of cancer or autoimmune diseases)
  • Taking certain medications

If you are unsure of what is causing your hair loss, it is always best to consult with your doctor to determine the cause. They can also help you decide on the many treatment options you can explore.


Natural Remedies for Thinning Hair

But there is often no need to undergo medical treatment for most cases of thinning hair. There are more natural methods you can try to stimulate the follicles back into production. Here are some home remedies to consider:

  1. Scalp Massage

Giving the scalp a massage helps encourage blood flow, which is beneficial for getting more oxygen and nutrients to the hair. Doing this every few minutes daily will also reduce stress. It can be done dry, with essential oil, or better yet, our hair follicle-stimulating Hair Growth Serum.

  1. Eat More Omega-3 and Omega-6

These fatty acids are essential for hair and skin health as the human body does not produce them. At times, premature hair loss can be attributed to inflammation, which Omega-3 aids in fighting against. Meanwhile, Omega-6 boosts overall skin health, which benefits the scalp. Get your daily serving of these fatty acids by incorporating plant-based oils and fish in your diet.  

  1. Multivitamins and Supplements

The health of one’s hair is entirely dependent on one’s overall health. Being unhealthy will result in dull, dry, and brittle hair, prone to breakage and thinning. If you are unable to achieve your daily recommended nutrients from your diet, you may consider taking multivitamins and supplements to help. Be sure to take them under your doctor’s prior approval.

  1. Anti-thinning Shampoo

The hair products one uses also play a significant role in one’s hair health. Aside from avoiding ones with harsh chemicals, it is best to use a shampoo that aids in thickening hair naturally. Anti-thinning shampoo can help those who have fine hair or thinning hair.

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The Best All-Natural Shampoo for Thinning Hair

But to get the most out of anti-thinning hair shampoo, here is one you should try. Scandinavian Biolabs’ Hair Strength Shampoo is 100% all-natural and plant-based, containing vitamins and amino acids that generate more hair in as little as 150 days. It is available for both men and women, and it is safe and suitable to use for any hair type, for treated or colored hair, or even for sensitive scalps.

This shampoo makes use of our special Bio-Pixilin formula, curated by our team of scientists in Denmark. The formulation works specifically in strengthening the revitalization and regeneration of hair growth. All its ingredients (such as Curcuma Longa, Niacinamide, caffeine, phytic acid, and threonine) have also gone through careful and meticulous studies to ensure they are safe and beneficial for the hair and scalp.

Apply the shampoo just as you would normally, and follow it up with our Hair Recovery Conditioner for maximum benefits. Use the product daily, and you should see the difference in hair density and health in no time (or get your money back). With this all-natural solution, thinning hair is the least of your worries.

Written by Christian Harboe

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