Women are shocked to find their expensive shampoos and hair products are linked to hair loss. While trying to do something healthy and helpful for themselves, they find they have been led astray and actually caused worse damage. Breakage, irrigation and even balding have happened to women and it seems likely the culprit was the products they were using.
Cut and Dry
Dry shampoo, a necessity for many busy women who need to get up and go, has been routinely connected to hair loss. Follicle damage makes hair break and fall out. This can lead to unpleasant bald spots or thin areas.
There are some alternatives, particularly natural products that are corn starch-based. While they may take a bit of getting used to, and may also give a George-Washington-powdered-wig effect if used incorrectly, they do give you a solution between showers that won’t damage your hair.
Scandal Amongst Friends
A well-known multi-level marketing hair product company has been involved in legal action regarding claims of their product causing hair loss. The products, often sold friend-to-friend through direct marketing, have caused outrage among women who say their hair and scalps have been damaged.
A 2018 investigation of the manufacturer found some unsettling sanitation standards in the factory. This has prompted some to develop a healthy skepticism about similar products. Such an experience is causing former users to more fully investigate products. However, that does not grow their hair back any faster.
Wig-A-Do’s Solution for You
It’s all well and good to realize that your hair products are causing balding AFTER you’ve lost some hair. What are you supposed to do while your hair grows back? Not everyone can—or wants to—rock the shaved-down, GI Jane hairdo.
Wigs are a simple answer. With so many options on the market, they’ve come a long way toward natural-looking comfort.
Wig-A-Do carries a wide selection of wigs for any style or need. If your hair has been damaged by chemicals in hair care products, finding a wig may be the best option moving forward.
The staff at Wig-A-Do in Atlantic City can help you find just the right wig. Would you prefer to match your natural hair color, or try out being a blonde? The experts can make sure you get the right fit, color and style. When fitted properly, wigs look like natural hair.