Due to circumstances beyond our knowledge, more and more men are experiencing hair loss, and we're not okay with it. Male pattern baldness is a growing cause for concern that we must fight by all means, because let's face it -- not everyone can rock the bald look like Bruce Willis or Jason Statham can.
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Good thing there's still hope for all follicle-challenged dudes out there. Here are four basic tips on how to keep a full head of hair well into your 40s:
For starters, it helps to live a healthy lifestyle. Eating right and exercising regularly can do wonders not only for your physique but also your hair. The vitamins and minerals found in the food that we eat are essential in keeping our hair in optimum condition.
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When it comes to hair drying, pat, don't rub. Wet hair is more prone to damage and excessive friction while rubbing your hair dry with a towel will cause the strands to break off more easily. Try patting your hair instead using a cotton shirt -- it takes more time, but you gotta do it for your follicles' sake.
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Take cold showers. While a hot shower feels more relaxing after a hard day's night, it's actually doing your hair a lot of harm. Hot water removes essential oils from the hair and scalp, causing dryness and brittleness. If you really want that steam bath, skip the hair.
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Switch to mild, herbal shampoos and use topicals with all-natural active ingredients. Chemicals found in ordinary shampoos may be too harsh for your hair and scalp. Try switching to a shampoo that's specifically formulated to address hair loss. Novuhair, for instance, is made of all-natural ingredients and a proven effective solution for hair fall and hair loss. And to achieve best results, use the Novuhair Topical Lotion for a stronger, shinier, and thicker mane.
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