1. Receding hairline
One of the first signs of hair loss is a receding hairline. You know that your hairline has been pulled back further when you can no longer style your hair as you used to. You can notice this for example by the hair at the temples, this will have become thinner or shorter and the inlets may have become larger. Time for action!
2. Hair loss
It is completely normal to lose about 100 hairs every day. This is normal hair loss. So you don’t have to worry if you see a few hairs in the drain after taking a shower. However, if you notice that more and more hairs get stuck in your brush or that there is a lot of hair on your pillow when you wake up, this could be a sign that your hair loss is more than usual.
3. Visible scalp
When you were younger, you may have had thick and full hair that didn’t show the scalp. If you now look in the mirror, you will regularly see the scalp shine through. This slow thinning of the hair is usually less noticeable. Still, the increasing visibility of the scalp is reason to take action. This is because regrowth of the hair is more difficult to achieve than the inhibition / stabilization of thinning hair. Stop your hair loss before it starts!
4. Itchy scalp
Some people find that they have hair loss from an itchy scalp. It is important to realize that this can also be a sign of other skin conditions such as dermatitis and psoriasis. If you have excessive itching, it is recommended that you see a dermatologist to rule out more serious problems. A healthy scalp is important for hair growth and is an important foundation. A hair growth stimulating shampoo and / or conditioner ensures a healthy scalp and stimulates hair growth. The Neofollics shampoo is also mild for the scalp and contains ingredients that work well against itching, flakes and dandruff.
5. Lose pluck of hair
Women are more likely to lose hair than men. When you run your fingers through your hair, losing a few hairs is normal. However, if you keep pulling out sections of hair, this can be aa sign of excessive hair loss. This can also be a sign if you lose more hair than normal while brushing. Note that you can lose a little more hair in certain seasons than in others. If the hair falls out in small round spots and leaves really bald spots, you could suffer from Alopecia Areata. Read more about it here in this article.
6. Thinner hair
Many people already feel that they have lost hair before they see it. You will notice this, for example, by the fact that your hair elastic fits around your tail more often than before. Also, most people have a good idea of how heavy / dense your hair is when you brush it. When the hair starts to feel much lighter, it is more likely a sign that your hair has thinned.
7. Wider separation
Anyone concerned about hair thinning should keep an eye on their separations. When the hair starts to thin out where you part it, you will notice a wider parting.
8. Getting older
Most men and women will experience some form of hair loss as they age. Studies have shown that about half of all men over 50 years of age suffer from hair loss and that more than 40% of all women experience hair loss in their lifetime. It is therefore important to take preventive action on time!
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