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Tips to Identify Hair Loss Causes and How to Fix Them

For most people, their hair is extremely important to them. Good and bad hair days can influence your mood and quite frankly, your entire day. So, the idea of hair loss may seem like your worst nightmare. If you’re someone who cares strongly about the health of your hair but has been experiencing some hair loss, this article is for you.


1. Lack of Moisture

Your hair, just like any other part of your body, needs hydration! Hydration is key for all hair types. However, retaining moisture is especially important for people with naturally kinky, curly hair types since their strands tend to lose water quickly. This is a problem as it can lead to breakage due to dry, brittle strands.

Tip: Choose the Right Shampoo

The first step to ensuring that your hair is hydrated is by choosing the correct shampoo. Shampoos are a crucial component of your beauty regimen as harsh chemicals can strip the hair shaft of its protective layer.

The Iles Formula Shampoo cleanses the hair gently while repairing any damage you may have. Preventing your split ends from going further up the hair shaft will help you retain length and reduce the chances of hair loss.


   Iles Formula Shampoo

2. Genes and Family History

Did you know that your parents may have passed down hair loss genes? If one or both of your parents suffer from excessive hair loss, you have a higher chance of developing the condition. Usually known as androgenetic alopecia in women and male pattern baldness in men, the effects tend to be permanent. However, there are treatments and preventative measures to take that may help to slow down hair loss!

Tip: Delay and Treat

You want to slow down the onset of alopecia, if possible, with a thorough hair care regimen. You don’t want to add split ends and damage to your preexisting condition, so place emphasis on having strong, healthy hair prior. Adding the Iles Formula Conditioner to your wash day routine will help to revitalize damaged hair.

For added protection, you can incorporate a finasteride prescription to aid in slowing signs of hair loss and promote thicker hair. Along with the proper hair care routine, these products should help you retain length for longer.


Iles Formula Conditioner


3. Too Much Heat

Heat is a very useful tool when it comes to styling your hair. However, it’s not the gentlest. Excessive heat can do more harm than good by permanently damaging your strands and altering the bonds. Not only that, but high heat can dry out your hair and give it a burnt-like effect.

Tip: Use Less and Protect

The obvious answer here is to use less heat! While that thought may feel appalling at first, it will only benefit you in the long run. There are tons of options to help you achieve heatless hair looks without the use of styling tools like curling or flat irons—you just have to find which style works best for you.

If you can’t give up your heat styling tools altogether (which is harder than it looks), protect your hair using the Iles Hair Finishing Serum. This will protect you from heat damage and UV rays.


Hair Finishing Serum

Hopefully, this article gave you a better understanding of some of the reasons you may be experiencing hair loss and some ways to fix them!

Don’t forget to tag us with @ilesformula_hair and #ilesformula on your social media. That way, you can share your hair care routine and how you keep your strands healthy!


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