Hair loss and thinning hair
How to increase blood flow to the follicle naturally
My best tip for thinning hair would be to brush your hair every morning and every night with a pure bristle (natural) brush, pure bristle because it can absorb oil and with repeated strokes of the brush through the hair will pick up very fine quantities of oil and distribute it through the hair. This removes it from the scalp and uses the oil to benefit the hair making it glossier, stronger and bouncier and appearing thicker. Remember stories of old when women would brush their hair 100 strokes a day, well this was why.
Too much oil on the scalp will add to hair loss as hairs literally slip out if the follicle.
Brushing benefits hair loss/thinning hair:
I would also recommend using a good quality hair oil. You may think why add more oil?
You may think why add more oil?
For the scalp a good hair oil will re-balance oil production and nourish the scalp, a healthy scalp is essential for good hair growth and very often forgotten.
As for the hair it is very hard to get the oil to reach the ends of the hair as few of us have the time for as many 100 strokes a day with the brush. Applying a hair oil in a very fine amount (I recommend a petit pois size drop, warmed first in the palms of the hand and applied to the middle area through to the ends of the hair). You can also apply the oil as a treatment smothering the hair and scalp with about 2x50p size portions, leave it on for around half and hour and then shampooing away the excess with a mild organic shampoo. This will really improve the thickness of the hair and put back its protective layer that shampoo removes.
I have spent the last 2 years developing this oil for a healthy scalp and hair.
My Scented Hair Oil and Dry Shampoo are available for you to try in the salon, or you can buy them from our online shop.