These days, more and more people are suffering from hair loss and are under stress, not only among older men, but also among young people, regardless of gender.
There are several causes for this as well as genetic factors, but above all, unhealthy lifestyle (frequent overtime & work stress, unbalanced meals centered on instant and fast food, excessive drinking and smoking, insufficient sleep) can be cited.

And the fact that it's because of the wrong shampoo method...!!

However, while it is difficult to change the unavoidable lifestyle pattern overnight, recognizing the wrong shampooing method and improving it in the right way is the fastest and most cost-effective way to improve hair loss.

1. Are you hesitant to shampoo because of your hair falling out?

For those who are experiencing hair loss, there are a lot of people who put off shampooing because they are worried about hair falling out one by one when shampooing. However, if you delay shampooing for fear of losing your hair, it is a fact that waste products accumulate on the scalp and clog pores, preventing hair growth, causing more hair loss. So, although it varies from person to person, it is recommended to shampoo once a day even if you are a little worried for a healthy and clean scalp and hair care. However, there are cases where it is done too often, which can have the opposite effect of drying out the scalp environment.

2. Shampoo in the evening with lukewarm water.

The temperature of the water you wash your hair is also very important. People with hair loss have a lot of heat on the scalp, so hot water should be avoided if possible, and you should wet the scalp sufficiently with lukewarm water between the hair and the inside of the hair. And if possible, shampooing in the evening when you organize your daily routine helps to prevent hair loss. This is because hair follicle cells are actively moving between 10 p.m. and 2 a.m., and sweat and waste from activities and exercise throughout the day can clog pores on the scalp and prevent healthy hair growth.

In addition, it is essential to massage the scalp not only for hair but also to remove waste products from the scalp. It is also recommended to gently massage the scalp with your fingertips, not your nails, or use a scalp massager available on the market. The scalp massager not only effectively removes wastes, but also activates blood circulation in the scalp to keep pores and hair healthy.

And when using a hair treatment, it is recommended to apply the treatment as if it were a massage only to the hair without touching the scalp as much as possible and wait for about 10 minutes for the nutrients to be absorbed.

3. Rinsing and drying are just as important as shampoo.

It is important to rinse off when the foam shampoo is finished. There are often cases where rinsing and drying are done roughly because there is not enough time, but it is recommended to do it meticulously because neglecting this can cause dandruff and hair loss. Especially when drying your hair, do not brush your hair too hard with a towel, and press firmly between the scalp to remove moisture. Also, a hair dryer is often used for final drying, but using too hot wind at this time can cause hair damage. If possible, you can see the effect of tightening the pores by using cool wind.

4. Choose and use a hair product that suits your scalp and hair condition.

There are so many different shampoos for hair loss prevention on the market. Ingredients and prices vary so much that it can be confusing. Not all products that are expensive are good and not all products that are cheap are bad. I recommend finding a product that works for you and trying it consistently. If possible, buy a small amount for a test or try it first, and use a product that suits your skin type.

Before you get a hair transplant at the hospital, get healthy and full of hair with a smart shampoo.