By: Denise Zingale / D’MAZ Lifestyle Salon (216) 292-HAIR (4247)
Few signs of encroaching older age are more dreaded or noticeable than thinning hair or hair loss. It can be deadly to one’s self-esteem and confidence. While your first reaction might be to rush out and purchase an over-the-counter treatment, you may want to first discus with your professional stylist about some natural herbs which can be found today in many professional hair care products lines that can help with promoting a healthy scalp and hair growth. Listed here are the top 10 herbs that can help promote a healthy scalp and hair growth.
- Aloe Vera – stimulates circulation of the blood along scalp.
- Horsetail – responsible for strengthening nails, bones and hair
- Panax Ginseng – nourishing and strengthening hair, used for baldness in males
- Saw Palmetto – believed to prevent the conversion of testosterone into DHT causing balding
- Ginko Biloba – believed to correct hair follicles nutritional deficiencies
- Stinging Nettle (Urtica Diocia) – a plant known for its potent hair growing benefits
- Burdock (Arctium lappa) – improves blood circulation to the hair follicles and relieves scalp irritations
- Peppermint – stimulates hair follicles to help promote hair growth
- Lavender – used to encourage hair growth and prevent baldness
- Rosemary – stimulates circulation in scalp to help promote hair growth
Although many of you who suffer with thinning hair or hair loss will and should work with a qualified health professional, finding a salon and stylist that is knowledgeable is also very important. Denise understands thinning hair and hair loss from personal experience and she created D’MAZ Lifestyle Salon, a personal, private studio hair salon to help be supportive and sensitive to all your scalp and hair care needs. Contact Denise for a personal, private consultation today (216) 292-4247.
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D’MAZ Lifestyle Salon Disclaimer: This article is provided solely for general information only. It is in no way intended to diagnose, treat, or cure any type of thinning hair or hair loss problems and should not be depended upon as a substitute for any consultations with qualified health professionals.