Aging Hair Care

Since the current focus in the cosmetic industry is on keeping your skin looking young and beautiful it’s easy to understand that this focus has now made its way towards keeping your hair shiny and flowing and protecting it from the signs of age that ultimately are not only limited to your skin.

Everyday your hair is exposed to the same toxins that you try to protect your skin from. Your hair is tortured by pollutants, UV rays, and other environmental factors, so you have to ask yourself, why are you protecting your skin and not your hair?

Once a woman reaches the age of thirty, it is inevitable that her hair is going to be more thin and fine. However, when you combine this with various stressors that you expose your hair to, the damage that is done is greater. Also, it’s not just about keeping your hair from becoming brittle and breaking in the fight against age, but it is also about keeping it on your scalp, and keep you from shedding in the shower.

Outside of using topical products like Minoxidil and beefing up your birth control dosage to get some extra estrogen to balance your hormones, there are other, more natural and less extreme products you can use to make sure your hair stays healthy and beautiful, no matter your age.

First, consider using Biotin, which is a supplement that can be taken daily that will give you gorgeous hair, nails and skin. Biotin is a B vitamin complex that helps restore vitamins and minerals that your body tends to be deficient in after the age of thirty.

Next, try Nexxus Y Serum Shampoo and Conditioner. These are protein based styling products that will keep your hair looking beautiful and prevent breakage and split ends.

Finally, to keep your hair healthy, get a haircut that suits you. Work with your stylist to find and develop a cut that flatters your face and your features as you get older and you can truly prevent time from creeping up on you.

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