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Help Me Choose a Natural Products For Hair Loss


What is it?

There are many causes of true hair loss, such as genetics, general health, medications, hormonal changes, etc., that no hair care product can reverse.

Everyone sheds hair! Our hair grows in a cycle with three distinct stages: active growth, resting and shedding. Even a healthy person who is not experiencing excessive hair loss can expect to lose about 100 hairs per day! The hairs on an adult scalp do not grow or shed in unison. The growing and shedding of hair happen at random, but individual hair follicles do have their own pattern. If all of the hair follicles on your head were on the same schedule, we would all go temporarily bald from time to time as we shed to make room for new hair growth.

The natural shampoo bars and other products recommended below are formulated with natural botanicals and essential oils that promote a holistic approach to scalp stimulation and excessive hair loss.

If hair loss is sudden or patchy, you should talk to your doctor, as it may be a symptom of a larger condition. 

 

Symptoms of Hair Loss

Things to Look For

  • Your hair is shedding or falling out more than usual
  • It looks and feels thinner
  • Your hair seems to be growing more slowly

Helping with Hair Loss

Wash With a Natural Shampoo

Wash With a Natural Shampoo

Check your current shampoo! Does it contain ingredients like Sodium Laurel Sulfate (SLS)? SLS was developed to clean grease off of automotive garage floors! Our scalp and hair were never meant to be exposed to ingredients like this. 

We put a lot of care and research into our recipes, but I often believe that what is not in our natural shampoo bars is even more beneficial, than what is in them.

With all the synthetic ingredients in commercial shampoos, specialty shampoos, and even some handmade shampoos, it is no wonder that so many people have problems with their hair and scalp.

Excess shedding is often the result of simply mistreating your hair! Commercial shampoos are actually made from harsh detergent cleansers, detergent foam boosters, synthetic chemicals, and stabilizers that are tough on the hair and scalp. Harsher shampoo formulas may cause hair to become dry, brittle, and prone to breakage. 

Often simply switching to a gentle natural shampoo with natural ingredients helps with shedding.

Apple Cider Vinegar Rinses

Apple Cider Vinegar Rinses

Our apple cider vinegar rinses are packed with nutrients, can help with tangles and frizzy hair, bring back body, bounce, and shine.

They can also help decrease residue, clarify and stimulate the scalp, remove dead skin cells, and unclog hair follicles. This promotes a healthy scalp and allows the scalp to breathe which may help with excess shedding or hair loss.

Apple cider vinegar can be used to gently cleanse the hair and remove product buildup without using harsh hair care products that can increase shedding. 

We infuse our Organic Apple Cider Vinegar with certified organic herbs and organic essential oils that are great for the hair and scalp.

Read our blog, "The Benefits Of An Apple Cider Vinegar Hair Rinse & How To Use It"

 

Herbal Hair Tea Rinse: Stimulation Blend

Herbal Hair Tea Rinse: Stimulation Blend

Hair Tea Rinses have been used for centuries to help with hair and scalp problems.

Our Stimulation Blend herbal hair rinse is formulated for a holistic approach to scalp stimulation. This blend of specially selected organic herbs and botanicals may help with excess shedding and hair loss.

  • Basil stimulates hair follicles, increases scalp circulation, and promotes hair growth
  • Fenugreek nourishes hair and stimulates blood flow to the root which helps combat hair loss
  • Peppermint stimulates nerve endings and increases local blood flow to the scalp
  • Hops help stimulate scalp circulation which helps with hair loss

Read our blog about "Hair Care Herbs"

Scalp Massage

Scalp Massage

Some studies have suggested that scalp massage has the potential to stimulate hair growth by improving blood circulation to the scalp and hair follicles.

An easy way to incorporate a scalp massage into your hair care routine is in the shower after applying shampoo or conditioner,

Spread your fingers, and then place your fingertips on the scalp. Avoid using fingernails which can break hair strands or damage the scalp. Use slow, gentle movements to move fingertips in a circular pattern around the whole head alternating fingertips around different areas of the scalp.

You can do a gentle scalp massage as often as you would like.

There are a variety of natural hair care products you can incorporate into a massage routine.

 

More Tips Help to Decrease Hair Loss

Nutrition

Be sure that you are getting enough protein in your diet from sources like seafood, lean meats, eggs, and legumes. Many believe that fatty acids like omega-3s, available in some seafood and flaxseed, are also important for maintaining healthy hair and scalp. 

Some studies have also shown that food high in vitamin A, like leafy greens, carrots, and sweet potatoes may help prolong the active growth stage and thereby promote hair growth.

 

Avoid Heated Styling Tools

Heat is always hard on hair. It causes bonds within the hair strands to fracture, causing brittle hair that breaks and sheds.

Allowing hair to dry naturally is best, but if you need to use a blow dryer use cooler settings. 

If possible stay away from hair straightening or curling irons. If you use a heated styling tool, do not leave it on one area of your hair for too long, and keep the heat settings as low as possible to lessen the damage to your hair.

 

Avoid Chemical Processing

Many people put tremendous stress on their hair. Over-processing and using harsh chemicals on your scalp and hair like frequent perms, bleaching, dying, or chemical straightening or relaxing can damage the hair follicles and hair shaft, weakening the hair causing dry, brittle, thinning hair and hair loss.

Always try to stick to your natural style and color as closely as possible if you are experiencing hair loss or thinning or the problem will not improve.

 

Proper Brushing

Brushing your scalp can help remove dead skin cells, allow natural oils to nourish the scalp and create a healthy environment for hair to grow. 

Brushing can help distribute natural hair oils your scalp produces, which adds shine to your strands and keeps them hydrated.

Be gentle, and do not brush hair when wet or tangled to prevent breakage. 

Depending on your hair type proper hair brushing, sometimes called "dry brushing" can help condition your hair. If the hair is free from knots and snarls, use full strokes from the scalp to the tips to help to distribute the natural hair oils.

If the hair has knots and snarls then if you start at the scalp and pull hair down to the ends it can result in hair breakage. Begin a few inches from the bottom and slowly work your way up the strand in small sections and short strokes to remove hair tangles. Then you can brush from the scalp to the tips to help to distribute the natural hair oils.

If you have very curly or coarse kinky hair, it often breaks when brushing. Use your fingers to do a scalp massage and then distribute natural oils along the hair length. 

Hair that is wet is stretchy and more fragile which can result in snapping and breaking when brushed.

Do research on the internet to find the best brush for your hair type. 

 

Treating Dandruff May Help With Hair Loss

While dandruff itself is not associated with hair loss, an itchy, inflamed scalp can cause temporary hair loss.

Please read Help me Choose Products for Dandruff.

 

In Summary

Be Gentle With Your Hair
  • Go as natural as possible: Leave hair its natural color and texture
  • Use a gentle natural shampoo
  • Minimize the use of heated hair styling wands or irons
  • If must dye your hair, try not to go more than one or two shades lighter or darker than your normal color to minimize damage 
  • When your hair is wet, use a wide-toothed comb instead of a brush
  • If hair is tangled, gently comb hair from the bottom up to avoid any pulling and tugging
  • Very hot showers can decrease natural hair and scalp oils and make hair dry and brittle

FAQs

Shampoo Bars Are One Of Our Favorite Discoveries!

The wholesome goodness of our handcrafted soap is available for your hair.

Natural Organic Sunflower Shampoo Bar

 

Shampoo bars are an all natural conditioning shampoo in a solid bar form. Yes, this is real shampoo in a solid bar. Shampoo bars are not a new idea.

They were commonly used before liquid detergent shampoos and conditions were invented in the 1940s.

Although the process for making a shampoo bar is the same as making soap, our shampoo bar "recipes" are specially formulated with natural plant oils, butters, botanicals and essential oils that nourish your hair and scalp.

Natural Carrot Shampoo

Our shampoo bars contain no artificial fragrance, color, preservatives, detergents, alcohol, urea, formaldehyde, sodium lauryl sulfate, DEA, propylene glycol - or any of the other synthetic hair care additives.

Each of our shampoo bar selections contains a different blend of natural plant oils, essential oils, and herb infused oils. No two recipes are the same.

  

Which Shampoo Bar Is Best For My Hair?

Click here for help choosing an all natural shampoo bar!

Everything You Want To Know About Shampoo Bars!

Please read "Everything About Shampoo Bars!"

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Make Your Own Natural Vinegar Hair Rinse

Make Your Own Natural Vinegar Hair Rinse

An Apple Cider Vinegar (ACV) rinse is a great addition to any hair care regimen. Raw apple cider vinegar (ACV), packed with nutrients, can help with tangles and frizzy hair, bring back body and shine, decrease residue and clarify, stimulate the scalp, decrease dandruff, and unclog hair follicles which may help with excess shedding or hair loss. These rinses are especially helpful for those new to shampoo bars.


Hair Care Herbs

Hair Care Herbs

Herbal infusions have been used for centuries to naturally soften hair, increase manageability, and restore luster, body and bounce. Herbal hair rinses can provide a deep cleansing, lighten, darken or enrich your natural hair color, soothe irritation, prevent dandruff or stimulate the scalp to increase growth.


Essential Oils Used in Hair Care

Essential Oils Used in Hair Care

Essential oils, nature’s botanical essences, can work wonders on your hair and scalp. They can be used to cleanse the scalp, strengthen hair, control irritation and dandruff, stimulate hair follicles, improve circulation and even promote hair growth. Some essential oils improve the condition of the scalp whiles others improve the condition of the hair.


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Allergies

 

People with severe allergies--please note: If you have severe anaphylactic-type reactions to ANY of the ingredients in ANY of our products, please do not buy our products. We have dedicated soap rooms and product rooms that are kept meticulously clean, but we cannot guarantee against possible cross-contamination of individual ingredients.

Chagrin Valley Soap & Craft is not responsible for any individual reaction to any particular ingredient. Each product description on our website includes a complete list of ingredients. People with sensitivities to any listed ingredient should not use the product. In case you are in doubt always try an allergy patch test and if at any time irritation occurs, discontinue use of the product.