Ethnic Hair Care Treatments
  • Bad nutrition that excludes the required vitamins and minerals
  • Excessive use of hair relaxers and dyes
  • Genetics
  • Hormonal changes such as during pregnancy and menopause
  • Medication (please consult your doctor for more information on the side effects of your medication)
  • Product residues from “leave in” potions or not rinsing well
  • Scalp conditions like dermatitis and persistent dandruff
  • Stress
  • Tight braids, dreadlocks and weaves can lead to traction alopecia (hair loss from persistently pulling it too hard)

Hair treatments for ethnic hair:

  • Avoid over styling hair
  • Brush or comb hair more gently
  • Eat a more balanced nutritional diet
  • Massage the area to stimulate blood flow
  • Reduce the tension from pulling and twisting by wearing looser braids and dreadlocks (in the case of traction alopecia)
  • Use gentler styling techniques

Watch out for Part 2 of our series on Ethnic Hair Care where we take a more detailed look at the main causes of hair loss. If your hair loss concerns are weighing you down and you would like to know more about hair loss treatments that are great for your budget and specific needs, then you are encouraged to contact Hair Clinic International for a free hair consultation with our hair experts. There’s no reason why 2018 should not be a great hair year for you. Contact us today.