As hair professionals we need to be advising our clients on maintaining their hair density before thinning becomes an issue. A vital part of hair loss prevention is a healthy hair routine. For those maintaining hair density product is evenly applied to the scalp, for those already suffering with hair loss issues, topicals should be applied to areas of the scalp that are thinning or hair has been lost. Product should be massaged into the scalp, allowing it to gently enter the follicle. When used over a period of time, the scalp will become healthier and much stronger, resulting in hair growth.
Krysia West, CEO of Perfectly Posh Hair, Postiche Academy and Roots Professional UK Educator explains, “Hair topicals are something many are unaware of, and are a product which is vital within the hair care routine. Roots Professional offer a fantastic range of five topicals; Founders Formula, Care Topical Therapy, D-Stress, Power Extensions and Power Up which have been developed to cover many issues that individuals may be having when it comes to their hair. The topicals include an unprecedented synergistically level of ingredients which helps to create a healthy follicle, stimulate it, and then encourages growth.”
“Depending on the issue or the requirement of the individual, whether it is to maintain hair growth or stimulate hair growth, I would recommend using a topical once or twice a day in order to begin the stimulation process and beginning the new growth journey. It’s very much an important part of every haircare regime, more so those who are looking to enhance the health of their hair alongside the growth process and improve on this.”
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