Wash your hair 2-3 times weekly, to remove the greasiness. Thin hair tends to become greasy easier than other hair types.
It is important to choose sulphate-free shampoos, as they can strip off natural oils and make your hair dry.
Conditioning your hair after shampooing can keep it shiny and dull-free.
Taking a cold hair wash can benefit your thin hair by closing the cuticles and locking in the natural oils.
Once shampooing and conditioning are over, apply a leave-in conditioner or a detangler to protect from heat styling and boost hair moisture.
Using heat styling tools can cause breakage of fine hair. If heat styling is unavoidable, it is important to apply a heat-protectant product before styling.
Choose a lightweight volumising product to increase the volume and moisture of your thin hair.
These shampoos can cleanse your hair effectively without weighing it down. They also help in reducing frizz, dullness, and tangles.
Clarifying shampoos rich in chamomile, lavender, argan oil, and jojoba extracts can help nourish your hair.
Shampoos or conditioners with density boosters can help nourish your hair’s volume and stimulate hair follicles.
Choose a shampoo that is rich in biotin to improve moisture levels and hair thickness.
The Vitamin E and antioxidants present in argan oil boost scalp health and protect your thin hair from heat and sun damage.
Onion oil increases blood circulation on the scalp and promotes healthy hair. It can also promote hair regrowth.
The magnesium-rich almond oil is one of the best-repairing agents for thin hair. It protects hair from dullness and damage while promoting hair regrowth.