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Hair Problems? Here Are The 17 Best Hair Loss Treatments in Singapore!

Posted on Thursday, 09 Sep 2021

Your hair is an important aspect of your body. It is your crown that you wear. However, did you know that an average adult sheds 50-100 strands of hair a day? If a person loses more than 100 strands a day could indicate a hair loss problem. Hence, if you notice or feel like you are losing hair excessively, then Beauty Insider gives you some tips & tricks, along with recommendations on some of the Best Hair Loss Treatments in Singapore, just for you! Say hello to luscious locks in no time.

How To Know If You Have a Hair Loss Problem?

1.Itchy Scalp

For some, this is a sign of hair loss. Excessive rubbing, scratching and brushing your scalp can do damage to your hair follicles. Hence, you tend to lose hair.

2. Excessive Hair Falling

People tend to overlook excessive hair shedding. This is because, on average, we lose 100 strands of hair a day, which is normal. When you start noticing a lot of hair stuck on your pillowcases, in your combs, brushes or collecting at the end of your shower, then it is most likely that you have a hair loss problem

3. Scalp Becomes Visibly Noticeable

If you used to have a thick set of hair that covered your head, but now you do not, that means you have a hair loss condition. Also, if your scalp and skin is more visible now, more than ever, then you have been losing hair.

4. Circular or Patchy Bald Spots

Some experience smooth, coin-sized bald spots. This usually affects just the scalp. At times your skin may become itchy or painful before the hair falls out.

What Causes Hair Loss?

Best Hair Loss Treatments

There are many types and causes of hair loss. Mostly it is because of hormonal changes, medical conditions or a normal part of ageing. In fact, hair loss is very common and anyone experience it.

Among some of the common hair loss causes are:

  • Ageing
  • Genetics
  • Illness or Diseases
  • Stress
  • Protein deprivation (when dieting)
  • Hormonal changes
  • Pregnancy
  • Puberty
  • Menopause
  • Thyroid disease
  • Iron-deficiency Anemia
  • Alopecia Areata (An autoimmune disease that attacks hair follicles)
  • Depression
  • Extreme weight loss

We know, hair loss can be worrying but don’t worry because on aeverage people typically lose 50 – 100 hairs a day. So, hair loss is pretty normal but if your hair loss escessively and new hair doesn’t replace the hair that has fallen out, that’s when you need help!

What Are The Best Hair Loss Treatments in Singapore?

Lucky for you because there are many hair loss treatments in Singapore to cater those who are distressed by persistent hair loss. Head over to these salons and show your tresses the love it needs!

3. Bioskin Stem Cell Hair Growth Treatment

Greasy hair, dandruff or itchy seborrheic dermatitis taking away from your hair confidence? Then you should totally check out Bioskin (established in 1996 by founder and CEO Mathilda Koh) and their revitalizing Stem Cell Hair Growth Treatment! As our hot and humid climate tends to exacerbate itchy scalp conditions like dandruff and seborrheic dermatitis, detoxifying your scalp regularly is essential to keeping flakes and itching at bay.

This intensive hair treatment uses a unique formulation of stem cells to specifically target scalp concerns that can potentially lead to stages 1 and 2 of hair loss. At the beginning of the treatment, the therapist will deliver 99.9% of pure oxygen to the scalp at a high pressure to eliminate impurities and to thoroughly nourish the roots of the hair. Then, the therapist will run a non-invasive roller directly along the scalp to activate the hair follicles while applying infrared rays to optimize oxygen and nutrient absorption. Finally, the therapist will give you a scalp massage with Bioskin’s Stem Cell Scalp Tonic. Overall, this treatment serves to stimulate microcirculation and regulate sebum production to give you a healthier scalp in the long run.

Click here to book an appointment and enjoy your first trial for $68 (usual price: $550).

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How To Prevent Hair Loss Issues?

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Apart from treating your hair to good treatment, there are many things you can do to slow or stop hair loss. Below are some tips that can help prevent hair loss problems.

1. Eat More Protein Based Foods

Eating more protein can increase keratin is a type of protein needed for strong follicles. Healthy choices include foods like eggs, nuts, beans and peas, fish, low-fat dairy products, chicken, and turkey.

2. Massage Your Scalp With Coconut Oil

Coconut oil is known for its hair strengthening properties and can help prevent hair damage from grooming and ultraviolet (UV) light exposure. The Lauric acid found in coconut oil can also promote better blood flow and help with regrowth.

3. Be Gentle With Your Hair

Your hair is very fragile so remember to handle it with care. Skip tight braids or high ponytails that may pull on hair at the root and potentially lead to excessive shedding. Also avoid using heat stylers, like curling or straightening irons which can further damage the hair shaft.

4. Stay Healthy, Positive and Happy

Some times stress can lead to hair loss problems. So, de-stress yourself by staying healthy and happy. Do things you enjoy and keep your active with productive activities like cooking, reading and exercising. Alternatively, you can do meditation and yoga which can reduce stress and restore hormonal balance.

5. Avoid Smoking

Previous research has shown that there’s a correlation between hair loss and smoking in men. Therefore, in order to minimize the risk of hair loss, it is recommended that you avoid smoking.

6. Protect Your Hair

We tend to forget that our hair requires equal care against harmful rays and ultraviolet light. It is important that you protect your hair from sun exposure if you already experience hair loss, this is because sunlight exposure can cause hair breakage.

As published on Beauty Insider