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        4 Ways To Fight Hair Loss

        Ways to Prevent Hair Loss

        4 Ways to Fight Hair Loss

        If you suffer from hair loss, you’re not alone. In fact, it is estimated that 1 in 4 women have experienced hair loss at some point. Finding solutions outside of medications or intense hair growth treatments can take time and dedication. Pai-Shau's formula uses a unique Signature Tea Complex, antioxidants, and vitamins. Find out how tea for hair can be the solution to all your hair loss problems. 

        1. Stimulate Your Scalp

        We’ve all heard the old tale that says brushing your hair 100 times a day will lead to long, beautiful locks. There’s actually some truth to this: brushing your hair encourages hair growth because the bristles gently stimulate the scalp, which increases blood flow. More blood to the scalp means more oxygen to the hair follicles, which improves their ability to grow strong, healthy hair. Consider trying Pai-Shau’s signature Gold Paddle Brush, which has extra-soft bristles for even the most delicate of strands. It can be purchased separately.

        2. Try to Reduce the Use of Hot Tools

        Reduce the Use of Hot Tools

        The overuse of hot tools like curling irons, flat irons, and blow dryers can lead to serious damage to your strands. When too much direct heat is applied to your hair, it dries out the hair shaft, causing breakage and hair loss. To help combat these issues, try limiting the use of heating tools. When you have to heat-style, use a protectant such as Pai-Shau Something To BeLeave-In alongside Biphasic Infusion. If you’re free to air dry, Royal Abundance Mousse gives incredible curls with volume, and our Style Souffle creates a soft and smooth “air-dried” look. 

        3. Keep Calm

        Stress on Hair Loss

        It’s no secret that mental stress can have a serious impact on your body. During periods of anxiety and high-stress, our hair may begin to fall out more than usual. That’s because this stress causes an increase in cortisol, which can eventually lead to hair loss. If you think that you are experiencing hair loss due to stress, it’s time to take steps to calm yourself. Adding meditation, yoga and exercise to your life can be great ways to reduce tension. Make self care a priority by reserving time in your busy life to relax, have some alone time, or hang out with friends. Sometimes, a fun outing is all you need to unwind after a busy week - just don’t forget your favorite tote

        4. Stay Strong

        Sometimes, hair loss can be a result of medical conditions. One such condition is called  trichorrhexis nodosa.which causes damaged, weak points in the hair shaft to break off easily. The stronger your strands, the less likely they are to fall out due to this condition. Fortunately, the treatment for this condition happens to be simple: nourish and strengthen your strands!