It’s no secret that puberty is a difficult time for many teenagers.
Not only are they dealing with rapid changes to their bodies, but their hair can also be affected by the increased levels of hormones in their system.
For some teens, this can result in oily hair, dandruff, or even smelly hair.
If there is a hereditary condition of genetic hair loss, young teens may experience it during puberty stage; it will set the stage of future greater hair loss condition if efforts are not taken to eradicate hair loss condition continuation.
Excessive use of hair gels, hair sprays, and other products can worsen adolescents’ hair & scalp conditions. If you’re a parent who has noticed these changes in your child, you may be wondering what you can do to help.
The increased hormone levels during puberty can cause the sebaceous glands (oil-producing glands) in the skin to produce more oil than usual.
This can lead to oily scalp and hair, as well as an increase in dandruff.
In addition, the hormonal changes can also affect the growth cycle of hair, resulting in thicker, coarser hair.
Hair loss concerns will also start surfacing and if left unchecked, will result in long-term hair loss.
To combat these changes, it is important to use the right products and start on suitable treatments. By taking these precautions, you can help to minimize the impact of hormonal changes on your hair and scalp.
There is an improvement in my daughter’s oily scalp after going through one session of the scalp treatment.
My son has had a very bad dandruff scalp since he was young. We have tried so many hair and scalp products, but it doesn’t change much. After trying the products from Trichonly, there is an obvious change, as you can see from the picture.
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