Afro hair is truly unique, each strand of hair has an intense coil which means the hair cuticles will always be slightly raised.
Raised cuticles causes hair to be dry and fragile, which can result in easy hair breakage or hair loss. If you have afro hair and are suffering from hair loss, such as balding, bald patches or a receding hair line, you probably want to seek effective treatment to restore hair growth but don’t know where to start. This article will set out a number of simple things you can do to treat hair loss if you have afro hair.
Hair Loss Treatment for Afro Hair Types
- Invest in a good Conditioner
If you have afro hair and are suffering from hair breakage, the first thing you should do is invest in a good hair conditioner, this is because hair conditioners help to flatten the raised hair cuticles which area by product of tightly coiled hair.
- Keep Hair Hydrated
Your hair is made of dead matter – similar to a plant or tree, so it’s important that you keep your afro hair hydrated to treat hair loss or breakage. One way to keep your afro hair hydrated is by washing your hair frequently.
- Maintain high protein intake
Your hair is made of keratin, which is a mixture of oxygen and protein. That means it is important to maintain high levels of protein for your body functions to be able to create hair.
- Avoid hairstyles that trigger hair loss
- Hair loss treatment for afro hair types
ProTress Essential Scalp Therapy Energising Shampoo and Lotion is the UK’s most effective hair loss treatment for afro hair types. The shampoo is made with natural extracts of Rosemary and Nettle and should be used at least once a week. Rosemary has natural anti-bacterial and antiseptic qualities which treats itchy and damaged scalp (a cause of hair loss) and dandruff. Nettle is rich in vitamins A, B and C and protein, which nourishes hair. The Lotion, which should be applied to the scalp after shampooing, contains the patented Si MATRIX PF which purifies the scalp to create a healthy environment in which hair can grow whilst accelerating peripheral micro circulation and revitalising hair follicles. This stimulates hair regrowth on affected areas, whilst making hair thicker and stronger.