5 Triggers for Traction Alopecia

Posted by Jade Boddie on

Traction alopecia is a condition that causes hair loss or balding. It’s typically caused by pulling or tension on the hair, like braiding and cornrows.

Traction alopecia is not permanent and can be reversed with some simple lifestyle changes.

Here are five things you can do to stop or avoid traction alopecia:

1. Avoid tight braids, avoid tension around the scalp, avoid tight ponytails, crown balding

2. Avoid heavy styles or locs

3. Properly use hair tools (like hot combs and flat irons)

4. Avoid over-styling your hair too often or too tightly

5. Improper time between hair styles 

If you are someone battling with traction alopecia, utilizing the Alopecia/Hair loss Collection would help with restoring balding and thinning. Blended with hibiscus herbs, and pure essential oils that aid in hair regrowth, hydration, and moisture.

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