There are anti-aging regimens for your face, neck, and hands, so why not your hair? Ever since the words “anti-aging” first appeared back in the 1990s, they’ve become popular buzzwords for products that can help you beat the aging process. This has now extended to hair. Yes, there are now anti-aging regimens for women’s hair. Why?


As You Age, Your Hair Changes

Changes occur to your hair as you age. The most obvious of them is to your hair color. It’s not unusual to see gray and white hairs emerge on your head. Over time, they’ll take over, leaving you with an entirely gray head of hair. Your hair’s natural texture will change as well. It will become drier and more brittle, leading you to seek out a moisturizing shampoo and conditioner. On top of this, your hair may begin to thin in certain sections.


A Breakdown By Age Group

Here’s how your hair will change over time. In your 20s, your hair starts to settle down. This is when it’ll be at its thickest and healthiest. A decade later, in your 30s, gray hairs start to appear. Your hair follicles will begin to narrow, and you might see it start to thin out, depending on how you treat your hair. People who use harsh dyes and other chemicals, as well as those who frequently heat-treat their hair, will see this happen the most. By the time you reach your 40s, you should be using restorative hair treatments. These will prevent hair loss and follicle thinning, but won’t do much for the graying process. In your 50s, your hair will no longer grow as much as it did when you were younger. It will also get grayer and thinner, and your follicle’s natural oil production will slow down. Finally, by age 60, your hair will feel wiry and less easy to manage. You’ll need to use some serious moisture-adding treatments on a regular basis in order to combat this.


What You Can Do

The best thing to do is prevent and slow the aging process. In some ways, this is similar to what you do to make your entire body healthier. This means that you need to begin to eat properly (lots of fruits and vegetables) and drink plenty of water. You also should incorporate some exercise into your routine. A healthy body means healthy hair. On top of this, you can use a number of topical measures to help your hair. Switch to moisturizing shampoo and conditioner, as well as deep hydrating treatments. These will help your hair’s texture. There are also products that you can apply to prevent hair loss and thinning. The products and medications that many men take as a first option, before going through the hair transplant process, will help women quite a bit.


In order to keep your hair from aging along with the rest of your body, you need to take care of yourself. You also need to follow a good hair-care regimen.


Author Bio:


Ronald Macari


Subject Matter Expert and marketing analyst at Seager Medical Group. Ronald helps companies and organizations find their ideal online audience through blogger outreach, partnerships, and networking. He frequently writes about advancements in Hair Transplants, Trendy Hair Fashion and even internet marketing, PPC and SEO.