Hair loss can be difficult to cope with no matter if you’re a man or a woman and it’s not an issue one can easily talk about. That is why most of the time people try all the things they once heard that might work, things they know from their grannies or have read on some sort of websites.
Well, unfortunately most of these things are just myths and we should just get over them and try products and treatments like the ones REKZE Laboratories has created, which use ingredients that have actually proven to be efficient in treating hair loss and treatments.
But let’s see what these myths are about and how can you use the truth about them in your favour.
1. If you trim your hair often enough, it will grow faster
This is probably the most common myth about hair and most probably we all heard it since childhood. The truth is hair loss has nothing to do with your hair length, neither with the frequency to which you trim it. The issues causing the hair to fall are related with the health of the scalp and the hair follicles and are much more complex to treat as their root is often found in an unhealthy lifestyle, or hormonal disorders. Before starting a treatment see a doctor to first find the root of your problem. Trimming only helps only to improve the looks of your hair, it will never make it grow faster.
2. If you shampoo your hair too often, it will fall
If your hair falls, this is not because you wash it too often. Shampooing your hair is even recommended to free your scalp from dust and build-up of oils, and it actually hydrates your hair. So, in no way it will lead to hair fall, it can only help in your treatment against hair loss. So, yes, you can wash your hair daily without facing any side effects if this suits your hair.
3. The more often you brush your hair, the healthier it will be
This is a big NO especially when it comes to hair loss. Brushing in excess your already weak hair while experiencing hair loss can only lead to even more hair loss. Brush your hair only if necessary, otherwise is useless as it can do more harm than good.
These are most heard theories about hair that some still believe to be true despite all the evidence and research showing the contrary. So there’s never too much writing about them. We’ll write more about hair myths in other posts. Stay tuned!