Top Effective Tips To Restore Your Voluminous And Thick Hair
If at one point in your life you had voluminous and thick hair but you don’t anymore, then there are myriad explanations. In addition to there being an almost unlimited amount of causes, there are also lots of effective solutions. The most important thing to do if you have been losing hair density (and even hair) is to get to the bottom of what’s causing it. More often than not, a doctor will be able to tell you after a few diagnostic tests what the issue is.
This post will offer a few tips for effectively restoring thick hair, provided that the cause of your hair loss permits it:
A very effective way of restoring the appearance of density is scalp micropigmentation. This is a form of treatment that involves tattooing one’s scalp, in order to give the illusion of hair density. You should know that hair micropigmentation will not cause your hair to continue to grow, nor will it increase hair density if your hairline is receding, because it is only a superficial cosmetic tattoo. If you are comfortable wearing your hair short in a buzzcut, then this is a form of treatment that’s worth considering. If you don’t suit very short hair, then it likely isn’t a good option for you. If you have bald patches on your head, however, micropigmentation can help to cover them up. A lot of people that suffer from alopecia choose this method of treatment.
The main form of treatment that’s used to restore voluminous hair is hair transplant surgery, but unfortunately, it can be extremely expensive, which means that for most people, it’s out of reach. Some surgeries offer credit arrangements, which allow people on restricted budgets to still receive the treatment that they require. If you are going to undergo hair transplant surgery, then it’s a very good idea to do a little research online first and find a surgeon who’s qualified and experienced. You shouldn’t go out of the country to a clinic abroad, either. This is something many people do because it’s cheaper, but they don’t get the same level of treatment and aftercare as they would if they had surgery performed domestically.
Sometimes, eating a healthy diet can help to improve the thickness and appearance of one’s hair. For this method to work, your hair loss must be caused by vitamin and mineral deficiencies, however. If you suffer from something like male pattern baldness, then eating a healthier diet isn’t going to help. The only thing that can help conditions like that are medicine and potentially hair transplant therapy. A healthy diet can benefit you in other ways too, improving your physical appearance and your mental health.
If you have exhausted all other options and believe that your hair loss is caused by male pattern baldness, then pharmaceutical treatment’s a great option. There are some very effective treatments that can be used to restore hair. The downside to these drugs is that they often cause nasty side effects. It’s definitely a good idea to conduct a little research before taking them so that you know what to expect. Your doctor may be able to prescribe them to you or you may be able to buy them yourself online.
There are lots of shampoos available for purchase that claim to be able to restore voluminous hair. Very few of them actually can. Although it’s hard to find effective shampoos, some do work. If you are interested in using shampoo for this purpose, then it’s a good idea to speak to a hair care specialist and ask them for their recommendation. Speaking to an expert will allow you to avoid wasting your money on ineffective treatments. Some specialist shampoos can cost a lot, so you need to be prepared to spend a fair bit of cash on treatment.
One last method of treatment that’s somewhat effective is the application of diluted essential oils to one’s hair. There are many different essential oils available, so again, it’s best to speak to a hair care specialist to find out which you should use and in what concentration. Make sure that you don’t apply undiluted essential oils to your skin, because they can cause very serious reactions. Oils such as peppermint, cedarwood, lemongrass, tea tree, clary sage, thyme, lavender, horsetail plant, and ylang-ylang have all shown to be effective for hair regrowth. Many of these oils can also slow down hair loss.
If you are concerned that your hair’s losing its thickness, then you need to act fast. The faster you act, the quicker you can reverse and stop the damage. The form of treatment that will work for you depends largely upon the cause of your hair loss, so as already mentioned, see a doctor to get a diagnosis first.