You may experience your hair being more dry than normal during cold seasons like winter. This is most likely due to the cold dry air and indoor heating damaging the hair. Dry damaged hair is much harder to control than healthy hair. There are, however, a few things you can do to help prevent your hair drying out during cold seasons. Picking the correct shampoo and conditioner play a big role in keeping your hair moisturized. Your shampoo that works well on your oily hair in the summer may not work so well on dry hair. Two-in-one shampoo and conditioners also tend to be ineffective at doing either job. For dry winter hair, you should pick the hair products that are designed to protect and moisturize dry hair. Another tip to avoiding hair damage is to cut back on or stop using blow dryers and hair straighteners. These heated styling tools can actually take the moisture right out of your hair, leading to dull dry, brittle hair, which breaks off easily. The overall effect would be thinner hair. If you must, try to use a leave in conditioner before using these styling products to help protect your hair from the heat.
If you have experienced sudden hair loss and believe it is from the weather, you should consult with your physician first to rule out any underlying medical conditions. If you would like to determine if Bosley hair restoration is for you, we suggest that you set up a free consultation. At your free consultation, you can ask your Bosley Professional questions about your type of hair loss and the treatment options available to you.