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Can too much hairspray contribute to the cause of hair loss?

Posted by: In: Featured 15 Dec 2012 Comments: 2 Tags: , , , , ,

Question by LUCY 🙂: Can too much hairspray contribute to the cause of hair loss?
If you have been using hair spray for a very long time, can it make your hair fall? What are some ways to cure or prevent hair loss? Please help!

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Answer by Kenna
it can make your hair break, and if you use a lot of product and hair spray then it would just be the build up on your head then its harder for the hair to grow in, get a clarifying shampoo, this will all that gunk off of your scalp 🙂

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  1. Posted by catherine 15 Dec 2012 at 12:50 am

    It depends on what you are using. Some chemicals damage the hair and contribute to breakage. The worst that a hairspray can do to your hair is to make the hair dull and damage.

    For a hair loss to occur, the hair spray must penetrate the hair follicles but fortunately it can’t so it will only damage the hair. If you are worried about hair loss, there are vitamins that makes the hair stronger and prevent hair loss.

  2. Posted by Bosley 15 Dec 2012 at 12:59 am

    Hi Lucy,

    While hairspray by itself won’t cause any permanent hair loss, any over use of hair care products like that can in time cause some damage to the follicles so it’s best to be careful. As far as preventing hair loss, one thing you can try is applying natural oils to your scalp like rosemary, basil, jojoba, and lavender. Here’s a quick list of some other ones plus their benefits:

    Basil: Massaging basil hair oil into the scalp helps strengthen follicles and improves scalp circulation, which may trigger hair growth.

    Sage: Using sage as a hair rinse helps darken the hair and delay hair loss

    Bay: By adding three drops of this oil into your shampoo, it not only helps restore dull hair and stimulates hair growth, but also helps resolve the problem of dandruff

    Rosemary: Stimulates hair bulbs to renewed activity, strengthens hair, and prevents premature baldness

    Arnica: Using a hair rinse with arnica extract has been used to treat Alopecia Neurotica

    Amla: From dried amla berries, amla oil helps hair from graying prematurely, prevents shedding and dandruff, strengthens hair, and stimulates hair growth.

    So if you’re interested, I’d try perhaps some of these oils along with your regular shampoo and conditioner. Overall though, I think if you’re careful with your hairspray usage you should be ok :-).

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