Healing Hair Loss: How to Deal With Thinning Hair

Hair loss can be incredibly distressing, but it is a common concern that affects individuals of all ages and genders.  There are many different types of hair loss caused by a range of factors, so decoding the unique circumstances surrounding your own hair loss can help you to address this issue effectively, stopping hair fall and restoring your confidence.



The first step in tackling your hair loss is to understand how hair growth works. Healthy hair growth follows a natural cycle that has 3 phases: a growth phase (where the hair is actively growing), a transitional phase (where the current hair detaches from the blood vessels in the follicle), and a resting phase (where the hair remains dormant before it is pushed out by a new hair). When everything is functioning correctly, over 80% of the hair on the scalp is in the growth phase at any given time.  While it is normal to experience some daily shedding of the hair, losing more than 70 strands on a daily basis could be an indicator that the ratio of hair in the growth phase compared to the other two phases is out of balance.



If hair loss is caused by physical trauma to the skin, such as burns, injury, or infection, the hair is unlikely to grow back. However, if it stems from another underlying issue that is affecting the hair follicles, new hair can be encouraged to grow back, especially if the hair loss is addressed early. Some of the underlying issues that can lead to hair loss include genetic factors, illness, hormonal imbalances, nutrient deficiencies (either from a lack of variety in your diet or due to external factors such as medication restricting what nutrients are available), and even stress.



The early stages of hair loss may not always be obvious, but often you’ll see a decrease in the quality of your hair, and may notice your hair is growing slower than you are used to. The hair can also become finer and more brittle, and you might notice more hair shedding when you shampoo or brush your hair. A family history of thinning hair and baldness is also a good indicator that you may be genetically predisposed to experiencing hair loss.



Once you've pinpointed what's behind your hair loss, it's time to take action. Make sure you're eating a variety of foods packed with the vitamins and minerals your hair needs to thrive. And don't forget to find ways to de-stress – although it's easier said than done when hair loss is adding to your worries!


It’s also important to use products that are specifically formulated to combat hair loss. The La Biosthetique Methode Regenerante range works on a cellular level to reduce hair fall and improve hair quality and density.


The first step in the Methode Regenerante routine is the Shampooing Bio-Fanelan. It provides gentle cleansing with plant-based amino acids, strengthening the scalp’s natural hydrolipid film and improving hair quality and shine, while menthol extract stimulates circulation on the scalp and prepares it for subsequent treatment products.


The powerhouse product in the Methode Regenerante range are the Bio-Fanelan Regenerante Premium ampoules. This leave-on scalp treatment prevents the formation of hair-loss triggering hormones and improves the ratio of hair in the growth phase to hair in the transition and resting phases. With biologically active lipopeptides, biotin-linked peptides, and citrus fruit flavonoids, these ampoules boost the nutrient supply at the hair root to enhance hair growth and quality. Finally, they increase cellular activity in the follicle, and prevents premature cell death.


In clinical trials for the Regenerante Premium complex, hair follicles became significantly stronger and natural protective mechanisms improved by up to 189% , hair growth increased by 121%, and hair loss reduced by over 33% within just two months of use.


With the right knowledge and treatment approach, you can effectively address the underlying causes of hair loss and restore healthy hair growth. If you would like personalised advice about hair loss, or any other hair or scalp concern, please feel free to get in touch and our team can help.

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