1. Your hair is falling out.
This could signal a host of things. One of the quickest causes of hair loss is not getting enough iron in your diet (anemia). Because most iron comes through meat.
But outside of diet, hair loss is most commonly related to hormone imbalance and fluctuations like polycystic ovarian syndrome, hypothyroidism, pregnancy, and menopause. Changing or stopping birth control can cause hair loss as well. But it can also mean conditions ranging from diabetes to the flu. So if you’re really losing hair, best to check with a doctor.
2. Your ends are splitting.
While frazzled ends could merely mean it’s time to hit the salon for a trim, they might signal dryness or another complication. Also, how are you detangling your hair? Use a wide-tooth comb to detangle your hair starting from the ends of the hair up to the root. This will help with split ends.
3. Your scalp is itchy.
Have you heard of sebum? It’s a slippery substance formed by the glands of our hair — basically, it creates a natural conditioner for the scalp. If your sebum levels are low, your scalp will often itch. Vegetables which are high in beta carotene (beta-carotene (carrots, pumpkins, etc.) can prevent this. You should increase your sebum levels and moisture your scalp more. You can do this with ArganRain Products. First shampooing and then massaging the roots with the argan oil will give natural moisture back to hair.
4. You have dandruff.
It doesn’t mean you have a dry scalp. Dandruff is actually caused by a yeast overgrowth on an oily scalp. Don’t over-moisturize and stop cleansing. Vitamin B6 also helps to counter dandruff. It can be found in liver and egg yolk. ArganRain shampoo also helps to prevent dandruff by preventing oily hair and scalp.
5. Your curls are cracking.
Dry hair can mean a lot. First, you could be in an environment with extreme temperatures. So moisturize weekly, especially in winter or if you swim or dye your hair. Using 6-8 drops of essential oils like pure ArganRain Argan Oil is one of the best ways to add moisture.