Hair Loss

Is Hair Loss Normal?

Is Hair Loss Normal?

Hair loss is something that many of us may have to deal with – and rest assured that it’s completely normalHowever, if you’re concerned that you’re losing more strands than usual, these expert tips will help you determine how much hair loss is normal for you and what to do about it. 

Ways to Spot Hair Loss

Did you know that, on average, we lose between 50 and 100 hairs day? If youre concerned about how much hair loss is normal and whether youre losing more than is typical, ask yourself the below 3 questions: 

1. How Often do You Clean Your Hairbrush?

How much hair is cleaned out of your hairbrush and how often it needs doing can be a good indicator of what normal hair loss looks like for you. 

However, keep in mind that brushing wet hair and vigorous combing can quickly cause hair to build up on the brush. 

Hairloss on Hair brush

2. How Much Hair Is in Your Plug Hole?

When shampooing and conditioning, loose hairs naturally slide down the drain. Regularly checking if your plug hole is filling up with more hair than normal can indicate whether youre losing more strands. 

3. Is There Less Hair in Your Ponytail? 

When putting hair up in a ponytail, count how many times the hairband wraps around it. Are more and more loops needed for it to feel secure? If so, this could be a sign of decreased hair density and potential hair loss.

Hair fall

How Much Hair Loss Is Normal?

From hormonal changes and rapid weight loss to new medication and increased stress, there are many factors that can affect hair loss. It can even be genetic. 

However, if none of the above apply to you, we recommend making an appointment with your GP to get tested for alopecia areata (an autoimmune disease that can cause hair to fall out in patches) or to look into other potential causes.  

 

What Is Alopecia Areata?

Hair Loss

What Is Alopecia Areata?

Alopecia areata is a leading cause of hair loss. Find out more about this condition and what to look out for.

2021-07-20 02:26:12By Watermans

How to Maintain Strong, Healthy-Looking Hair 

Did you know that hair damage can cause breakage and potentially lead to hair loss? Luckily, achieving stronger and healthier-looking tresses is possible with these top tips: 

Use a Strengthening Shampoo and Conditioner 

The foundation of any hair care routine? A good quality shampoo and conditioner that work together to help maintain strong, healthy hair. 

Why not try our Essentials Set? It includes our strengthening Grow Me Shampoo and the deeply moisturising Condition Me Conditioner. 

  • Our Grow Me Shampoo is rich in vitamins, antioxidants, Biotin, Caffeine, and Argan Oil to help support a healthy scalp and promote strong hair. 
  • Our Condition Me Conditioner is formulated with Cholesterol, Niacinamide and Shea Butter to inject moisture into damaged hair, alleviating knots and tangles to help prevent breakage. 

Invest in Scalp Serum

Going beyond the basics, a scalp serum is a great way to achieve stronger and healthier-looking hair.  

Formulated with Cottonseed Protein, Calcium and Rosemary, our Grow More Elixir is a follicle strengthening leave-in treatment for your scalp that creates the optimal environment for healthy and strong hair. 

Always Use Heat Protection

If you regularly use heated styling tools, remember to apply a heat protection spray to avoid damaging your hair. 

Our Protect Me Heat Protection Spray not only shields from temperatures of up to 230°C, but boasts an award-winning formula that encourages healthy hair growth – and it’s so easy to use! Just spritz onto towel-dried hair before styling to help prevent dryness and breakage.  

Shop the complete Watermans collection of strengthening and nourishing hair care products. 



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