You can't stop Aging, but you Can certainly Stop Hair from Falling.Dec 10, 2018
For teens, physical appearance, the way they look is of utmost importance. To be able to stand out among peers, teens pay special attention to their looks. In fact, looking presentable also helps boost their confidence. There are both psychological as well as biological changes as a child gradually attains his/her puberty.
The most important visible change is that of the hair. It is hard to maintain hair when hormones are kicking in and changing things, like the texture and type of your hair. When things are going haywire, where the changes in your body are apparent but you are clueless on how to manage those locks sit back and question yourself if you are taking proper care of your locks? If you are using the right products? If your shampoo is damaging for your hair? Should you brush your hair more or less? With more than 100,000 hair follicles on your head, it does make sense to learn some hair care tips to keep your hair healthy and shining.
Get your hair trimmed
Both guys and girls should get their hair trimmed regularly. It is advisable to get a trim every 5 to 6 weeks; this will strip away the dead hair and reveal the fresh new layer of hair. Also getting rid of dead hair is extremely essential.
Apply olive oil in shower to avoid split ends
Split ends can be caused by repeated blow-drying, heat-straightening, or excessive brushing. Since teenagers always want to experiment especially with their hair and follow the current trends, in the process sometimes causing irreparable damage. To style your hair, without fearing about the consequences you can apply few drops of olive oil to your hair ends before or in the shower to prevent split ends. And if you already have them, it will work to seal them up.
Some teenagers are obsessed with brushing their hair multiple times a day. Even though it seems to make your hair shinier, repeated brushing can cause your hair to break and your ends to split. It is important that you use a wooden comb, to keep your hair from breaking.
Avoid Hot water baths
Hot water can dry out your hair faster and leave your scalp feeling irritated and tight. It can also lead to hairfall and pre-mature greying of hair. Cooler or lukewarm showers even just a few times a week can keep scalp skin hydrated and help hair stay strong and shiny.
Hair Colour Treatments
There are two types of colour: permanent (which means the colour stays in your hair until it grows out) and semi-permanent (the colour washes out after a while). The permanent treatments can cause hairloss, burning, redness, and irritation. A few types of treatments also induce allergic reactions in certain people. You should talk to your stylist if you are worried that you may be sensitive to the products and can opt for a patch test before the whole treatment.
It is always advisable to go back to the traditional and ancient ways for haircare treatment of teenagers. While using international brands has become a trend, sticking to the age-old ways of oiling of hair, using homemade remedies like curd to get rid of dandruff, lemon can be equally helpful to keep the locks healthy. In fact, these homemade techniques prevent any further damage. It is also crucial to maintain a diet rich in Vitamin C. Food intake rich in Vitamin C such as citrus fruits help to keep the hair healthy and nutritious.