What You Should Know About Hair Loss and How to Prevent It

Hair loss can happen to anyone and be caused by a range of factors, from pregnancy and certain health conditions to your genetics.

However much money your family has in the bank, many people want to combat their hair loss and restore their full head of hair.

Read on for all the information that your frugal family needs to know about hair loss and what to do about it.

What You Should Know About Hair Loss and How to Prevent It

1. How Can You Prevent it?

The best way to save money on hair loss treatments is to prevent it.

Even if there are other factors that have caused your hair loss, such as pregnancy, there are ways that you can stop your hair loss from worsening.

For instance, you should avoid tight hairstyles which tug on your hair throughout the day, and you should try to style your hair naturally, without any of the high heat equipment that can dry out and damage your hair.

You should also avoid dying and bleaching your hair if you are prone to hair loss, and consider using gentle shampoos and conditioners which have been developed for people who are prone to hair loss.

2. What Can You Do About it?

However, due to a range of medical conditions and genetics, it is not always possible to prevent hair loss. Many people who are trying to live frugally might want to avoid the cost of expensive treatments.

However, there are many non-costly ways that you can keep your hair loss at bay. For instance, you could consider using anti-hair loss shampoos, taking the right vitamins, and using essential oils.

If you do not know the reason for your hair loss, you should try to get a diagnosis as there might be specific treatments that could help you to solve any underlying conditions.

3. What Do Hair Transplants Cost?

If your hair loss is severe, though, you might decide to opt for a hair transplant. These are no longer only for celebrities and the very rich. You can have a women’s or a mens hair transplant and these can help to restore hair that has been lost through pregnancy, stress, and cancer, among other health conditions.

However, as a frugal family, you might be worried about the cost of these. The cost of a hair transplant can vary depending on the amount of hair that has been lost, the reason for your hair loss, the areas where you have lost hair, and the number of grafts that you will need.

If you want to find out how much a hair transplant costs, you should speak to a professional as they will be able to calculate the cost for your situation.

The most important factor that you might consider before working out whether you want to pay out for the transplant in question is whether they are worth it. A hair transplant can last for 20 years and, for some people, for life and matches your current head of hair seamlessly.

Take note of the above if you are concerned about how hair loss could affect you and take action to prevent or bring back your confidence.

Julie Higgins
Julie is a Staff Writer at momooze.com. She has been working in publishing houses before joining the editorial team at momooze. Julie's love and passion are topics around beauty, lifestyle, hair and nails.