Have you noticed more hair in your hairbrush than on your head lately? If so, you’re not alone.
As we age, our bodies undergo a lot of changes. Unfortunately, hair loss is a common side effect of aging despite being so rarely talked about.
For women especially, it can be difficult to know how to handle your less luscious mane due to the so few people discussing what hair loss looks like, how it happens, and how to fix it. While the topic has previously only been spoken about in smaller circles of directly impacted individuals, at Revialage, we know the importance of talking about hair loss in a frank, honest way so that women understand their options when they begin to experience hair loss.
Although plenty of people enjoy it, alcohol can have plenty of negative effects on the body. Whether you enjoy a glass of occasional wine, or you’re a more frequent drinker, you’ve probably noticed some of those negative effects.
Dehydration, headaches, nausea, and dizziness are all side effects associated with alcohol. But did you know that booze could be causing your hair to fall out?
Has your scalp felt itchy lately? Have you noticed flecks of dandruff? Has your hair looked greasier than normal despite a consistent cleaning routine?
Unfortunately, these ailments happen to the best of us despite trying our best to maintain our scalp’s health. That’s because even with a good routine, our hair can fall victim to clogged and blocked hair follicles that can cause our scalp to be itchy, painful, and all around disgusting.
Have you thought about your scalp today? While the question might sound strange at first, it’s an important question to ask.
That’s because you put your scalp through a lot every single day but might not think about how to take care of it. Whether it’s blow drying your hair or simply exposing it to the sun’s UV rays, your scalp undergoes a lot more stress throughout your day than you might realize.
Most women have concerns when it comes to their hair. Studies show that a majority of women are unhappy with their hair, “with most saying they want their hair to make them feel prettier and more confident.”
Here at Revialage, we know how important your hair is to you, and we strive to make the best formulas to help all of your hair needs. We recently shared five different natural hair regrowth options you can try.
Now, we want to talk about six concerns women of all ages have, when it comes to their hair, so you can know you’re not alone, and that there’s solutions to your concerns.
Dry, itchy, flaky scalp
A dry, itchy, or flaky scalp can be a nuisance, but it can also make a woman self conscious. Scratching and those white tell-tale flakes can be uncomfortable, and harm self-esteem.
A dry, itchy, flaky scalp can be caused by a variety of reasons. It can be from an allergic reaction, a skin infection, or even just harmless genetics.
Premature gray hairs
Gray or white hairs can appear at any age and stage and life. Some women go completely gray or white in their 40s or 50s, but women in their 20s can also experience graying hair.
There is a lot of science behind why hair goes gray naturally, but gray hair can also be triggered by stress.
About 25% of all women say they have thinning hair, or hair loss. And for most of those women, the hair loss is caused by hormonal factors, such as pregnancy or menopause. Whatever age you’re at, thinning hair and hair loss is a very common problem across all women.
When hair is brittle and dry, it can break easily. This can lead to split ends, and make it difficult to grow long hair. Hair breakage can also happen when hair is overprocessed, from things such as bleaching, or the elements. Hair breakage may happen naturally, or it may happen more after you dye your hair, for example.
About 65% of women have naturally curly or wavy hair, and with all of that volume, comes the potential for frizz. Frizzy hair can be a big concern for every woman, but especially those with luscious curls.
Curls tend to escape, and lead to flyaways. There are plenty of ways to combat frizz, such as serums, creams, and nourishing hair masks.
Many women want long, luscious hair, but have a hard time actually growing long hair naturally. This can be because of many factors that may not seem related to hair, such as diet. Plus, if your hair is drier and more prone to breakage, you’re going to have a hard time growing that long hair you’re dreaming about.
Here at Revialage, we’ve designed our products to combat common hair problems. We’re proud to offer these effective solutions, to help you transform your hair. One of our most popular products is our Hair and Beauty Complex, and you can read this 2020 buyers guide to find out more.
When choosing your vitamins, are you seeking a supplement for a specific part of your body? Many people do. Whether it’s better skin, a sharper mind, or all of the above, people often seek out vitamins to treat or assist specific parts of their body.
While there are vitamins for almost everything, it can be difficult to choose exactly what vitamins we want to take. One of the most neglected parts of our body from a nutrition point of view is our hair.
Dealing with stress has never been the easiest thing for us, as humans, to take on. While monitoring our day-to-day stress levels brought on by work, relationships, or the other daily factors has been a difficult enough task in itself, the world has shifted to add a new aspect to the mix: a pandemic. While it’s important to understand that we’re all experiencing new levels of stress due to the pandemic, it’s also important to recognize new ways to mitigate this new weight on our shoulders in the most effective and safe ways possible.
Everyone is trying to live their healthiest lives via every avenue that they can. While navigating mental health in times of world uncertainty, like a pandemic, can seem impossible, there are ways to alleviate that abnormal stress level and manage your mental and physical health through this unique time. Here are 3 supplements to mitigate the stress brought on by the pandemic.
We all try to do our best to keep our hair healthy. Maintaining our hair’s health, shine, and luster can be difficult, though. While we want our locks to pass through time unchanged, we spend a lot of time damaging our hair. From straightening, curling, and other methods of upkeep, our hair truly goes through the ringer. While we’re aware of many of the ways that we’re damaging our hair, there are a few ways that we might be doing more harm to it than we realize.
We often stress over what the dry winter is doing to our hair, but when was the last time you considered how to protect your hair from the Summer’s heat and humidity? Believe it or not, the Summer can damage our hair just as much as the Winter can, but for a different variety of reasons. The good news is that there are ways to protect our hair from the elements that the Summer season brings. Not only can you protect it but, with the right routine, you might even be able to improve your hair’s health.
Let’s look at how to take care of hair as we change seasons with five things most women don’t know about “Summer hair”.
Taming your mane can be much easier said than done. Making sure that you’re providing your hair with the right nutrients by not using too many products and keeping it away from too much heat are only a few ways that you can probably think of protecting it and yet many still suffer from unhealthy hair moments. All of this can be time consuming, difficult, and – despite it all – yield very few results. However, it’s easy to forget that hair is a part of our body that require nutrition just like the rest of our system but is so rarely treated with the nutrients it deserves.