The most important factor when it comes to treating hair loss is Daily hair care I’ll explain why you HAVE to do it and why you found it ineffective Hello, TalmoSister here I can’t say this enough: It’s best to prevent hair loss before it happens Sleep early, have a balanced diet, avoid junk foods and stop doing all those crazy things to your hair Then the number of people with hair loss will fall by half Those are very simple rules but they are also very hard to follow, right? You’re still going to eat unhealthily, style your hair, and sleep late, right? There’s nothing I can do to stop you from doing so So instead, I’ll tell you three different actions you can take to treat your hair loss First, find and use scalp care products that suit your scalp’s type Second, treat your hair according to the speed of your hair loss Third, be consistent
(Also, change your lifestyle, diet habit etc) Quite simple, right? These three actions are the best you can do to treat your hair loss But you might hear some people say: “Someone I know tried it and those products don’t really work” I don’t know how he/she used the product but let’s find out why some people find it ineffective Firstly, the reason why you have to get a scalp care product that matches your scalp type Let me use the skin as an example You all wash your faces, right? Do you apply anything after that? “I don’t” Excluding those born blessed with amazing skin and excluding those who really don’t care about their skin most people apply something, right? But the reasons why they apply such products are: 1. It’s just natural and they always did it 2. Because their skins are dry 3. To maintain their skin’s condition People use skincare products for many other reasons as well without really thinking about it, right? Skins have many different functions like
protection, absorption, excretion, right? And not rinsing out those excretions or dust is unhygienic and might cause skin troubles So people use foam cleansers to wash their faces and the surfactants those cleansers have removes the protective barrier off of the skin as well And it takes time for the skin to regenerate the protective barrier That’s why there was a TV advertisement several years ago saying that you shouldn’t leave your skin exposed for even a second and that you have to apply their product right after you’ve washed your face Do you remember the ad? Likewise, it’s exactly the same for the scalp (Spending all this time to explain this simple thing…) So! We use shampoos to rinse out any excretions and dirt And that’s all you need if you have a healthy scalp It can take care of itself However, those of you watching this video right now Your scalps are itchy, or have inflammation, or losing hair That’s why you are watching my videos, right? So, the conclusion: Firstly, if you have a problematic scalp that can’t protect or heal itself properly 1. Get and use a healthy shampoo 2. Make sure you dry your hair 3. Like how you apply lotions on your skin apply scalp-specific lotions on your scalp There’s no point in using products with unhealthy ingredients Secondly, treat your hair loss according to its speed If your target is running at a speed of 10km/h you’ll have to run at 10km/h as well to maintain the distance Oh, what is a ‘speed of hair loss? If you want to know what a ‘speed of hair loss’ is, refer to this link above! Thirdly, whatever it is, do it consistently stop quitting halfway and say that it’s ineffective
(that’s why many people find it ineffective) if you want the products to be effective apply it consistently so it has enough time to act No matter how much money you spend on getting a laser treatment or other skin treatments from the best dermatologist in the world if you eat unhealthily, don’t wash properly, and don’t apply anything your skin won’t get any better So if you are losing hair or have problems on your scalp it means that your scalp can’t protect itself properly It can’t heal itself properly So telling your hairs to stop falling out or your scalps to stop having discharges or inflammations without taking any care of it is like expecting to win a lottery when you didn’t even buy the ticket Now, today’s conclusion! Guys, lower your expectations You don’t expect your pores to shrink or your freckles to go away after applying a lotion/essence Right? Then why do you think you’ll grow hair by using hair tonics or hair-loss shampoos? Is it because of all those ads? Are they brainwashing people? So let me recap it for you If you are passed the prevetion stage, and are trying to treat your hair loss, using these hair tonics or hair loss shampoos won’t cure your hair loss But think of it this way A person who really takes care of their skin/scalp consistently
vs A person who doesn’t apply anything because it has no immediate effect What will their outcomes be like in 10 years? The answer is obvious, right?