Dove How to prevent hair loss

How to prevent hair loss

Whether it’s long and curly or short and sleek, when our hair looks and feels gorgeous, we do too. But with most of us losing 150 strands naturally everyday, losing it can be a concern for many women. If you want to protect your tresses without the hassle of hair loss treatments, follow our tips on how to prevent hair fall.

  • 1

    Keep hair strong.

    Beautiful hair is strong hair. Prevent breakage with products specially formulated to help protect against hair fall, like Dove Hair Fall Rescue+ Shampoo and Dove Hair Fall Rescue+ Conditioner – they’ll nourish and strengthen hair from roots to tips for visible hair fall reduction*

    *due to breakage, with the use of the range.

  • 2

    Be gentle with wet hair.

    Our hair is at its most vulnerable when it’s wet, so it’s important to take extra care after washing. When towel-drying, be gentle: press, dab and gently squeeze your hair instead of rubbing, which can cause damage leading to hair loss. Opt for a wide-tooth comb when brushing wet too 

  • 3

    Switch up your hairstyle. 

    When it comes to full-looking hair your hairstyle can make a huge difference. Think about asking your hairdresser to add layers, which can help make your hair appear thicker and longer

  • 4

    Healthy diet = healthy hair.

    Everyone knows eating well can improve physical health, but did you know it can help strengthen your hair too? To give yours the nutrients it needs, eat plenty of protein-packed foods like chicken, fish and dairy products 

  • 5

    Protect from heat and chemicals.

    Heat styling, chemical treatments and colouring can cause damage that leads to breakage, so keep your hair strong enough to take it. Use a protecting shampoo and conditioner from the Hair Fall Rescue+ range

  • 6

    Try scalp massage.

    Massaging is said to help with hair growth, since it stimulates blood circulation. Apart from that, it’s also a great way to relieve stress (which is also a common cause of hair loss) so if you ask us, it’s a win-win situation