Genetics, scalp problems, aging, hormones, tight hairstyles, stress…the list of likely reasons for thinning hair is endless. So what can you do when your once full head of hair starts showing more scalp? Take a deep breath. Hope is on the way.
There are many options when it comes to thickening shampoos, conditioners, gels, and foams; but do they make a noticeable difference?
Many don’t. But the best deliver thicker-looking and fuller-feeling hair by lifting hair from the roots and improving hair shaft thickness with targeted ingredients. You better believe at least one of these select few will instantly become the best friend of anyone with thinning hair.
In fact, newer, better shampoos and conditioners, styling techniques, hair extensions, and a new generation of volume boosting formulations can add lift and the look of fullness to thinning hair, and improve the overall health of your locks.
It’s time you took a long look at your shampoo and conditioner. For thicker-looking hair, you need a shampoo and matching conditioner to amp up the volume while strengthening strands and nourishing them with health-boosting ingredients.
NOTE: Don’t fall for the myth that shampooing less is the way to go as your hair thins. It’s not. Buildup on the scalp can negatively impact new hair growth, adding to the problem. You need new, healthy strands to combat the look of thinning hair!
What’s the trick when choosing the ideal thickening shampoo and conditioner? There are a few.
There’s a stress-free routine for your thinning hair. Our Volumizing Hair Collection is everything you need for fuller-looking hair with more body, shine, and lift. What could be easier than that?
P.S. If you’re at all worried about the cause of your thinning hair, see your doctor! Let her get to the ‘root’ of the problem.
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