Care for Your Hair in The Spring

Have you heard about seasonal hair loss? Miami hair transplant surgeons say it’s reasonable to shed between 100-150 hairs per day, but the numbers increase in the spring for many people. Springtime is associated with renewal; however, for those concerned about thinning hair, the extra shedding can be concerning. What can you do to keep your scalp and hair healthy this season, and prevent unnecessary fallout? Here are a few of our hair transplant expert’s best tips for resilient hair.

Wear sunscreen

You may not be accustomed to applying sunscreen on your scalp. Balding or thinning hair leaves more of your scalp exposed to the sun’s harmful rays. Scalp sunburn is not only painful but can cause hair loss. A severe enough burn on the scalp will lead to inflammation, and that can trigger a type of shock loss called telogen effluvium. Especially after a Miami hair transplant, patients must be cautious about inflammatory damage caused by the sun for freshly healing incision sites. Specialized products formulated especially for the hair work well and don’t appear as visible as regular cream sun blocks would.

Use hair conditioner

Though we all love the convenience and the idea of a 2 in 1, hair should be washed and conditioned in two separate steps. Shampooing opens up hair cuticles to release the grime and product build up; then proper conditioning closes the cuticle to help the hair shaft retain moisture and maximize strength.

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Keep your hairstyle loose

Tight hairstyles place chronic tension on follicles. Over time, this strain can cause follicle shock, disrupting the natural cycle of growth. This condition is called traction alopecia, and it may appear as a receding hairline or bald patches. Traction alopecia can be reversible, but sometimes the effects are permanent. Once the follicles are irreparably damaged, a hair transplant in Miami is the only way to restore hair to the region. Styles such as tight cornrows or dreadlocks often pose a problem, as do slicked back ponytails or tight buns. Try a looser braid, twists or low ponytails. Cloth-covered instead of rubber elastics are also healthier for your hair.

Increase your dietary protein and iron

Many people don’t get enough of either essential nutrients. The amino acids in protein you’re consuming directly affects healthy new cell formation, including hair strands. If your diet is deficient in iron, shedding and hair thinning result. Try adding dark, leafy greens, lentils, beans, eggs, fish and lean meat to your diet. Are you interested in refreshing your hair care regimen this spring? Want to hold on to the hair you have? Schedule your hair restoration consultation with Nova Medical Hair Transplant Miami. We see people from all backgrounds, male and female, who are concerned about their loss of hair and want to take control. We offer many solutions along with the effective and permanent FUE hair transplant. Come meet with a hair expert and have a personalized plan created just for you.

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The FUE process is an advanced next-generation hair transplant micro-surgery. Click on the steps to get a simplified overview. For more details particular to your case, please consult with our doctor.

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