It can start in a subtle way. Noticing more stray hairs in the shower as you shampoo; not being able to style your hair the same way you used to; or a photograph on a sunny day that highlights an area with ‘see through’ patches. Whether its moderate thinning or more severe hair loss, it can be worrying. However this is not simply vanity. We believe that our hair is tied up with our identity, and so it is extremely important that those of us with thinning hair should be well aware of all the facts.
The words thinning and loss are often used interchangeably when it comes to hair, but there is a difference. Hair thinning can be where the diameter of each individual hair reduces and each strand becomes weaker and finer over a long period of time. Hair loss is where we experience excessive hair fall beyond the normal amount that we shed daily. Either way, the overall result is that we feel that we’re losing volume.
Those of us with thin hair can all do some things to make our hair look denser and feel thicker. If you use the right products then washing your hair can actually help make your hair feel thicker, shinier and easier to style. Those specially formulated for thinning can also help maintain a healthy scalp, and lightweight conditioners will add shine without weighing the hair down.
Serioxyl Thickening Shampoo and Conditioner will cleanse and condition your hair, whilst leaving hair looking fuller.
A great volume boosting styling product is another essential, and using certain blow drying techniques can also help hair to appear thicker and fuller. Serioxyl Aqua Mousse lifts the hair at the roots for a volume boosting effect.
The Serioxyl Denser Hair Serum is to be used daily, preferably at night. You should firstly split your hair into sections, creating partings in your hair. Apply 8 pipettes to the scalp along the parting lines. Make sure that your scalp is covered with the product, and massage the scalp with the fingertips until the serum has been absorbed. Do not rinse the hair, and leave the scalp to dry naturally.