This anti-thinning hair shampoo can remove impurities from your scalp

This anti-thinning hair shampoo can remove impurities from your scalp

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It’s often said that your hair is your crowning glory. But if you suffer from hair loss or find that your hair is slowly thinning, it can become a huge insecurity instead.

But you’re not alone. In fact, 85 percent of men experience thinning hair by age 50, and 40 percent of women make up hair loss sufferers, according to the American Hair Loss Association. And while there’s no magic potion that will instantly give you a new head of luscious hair, there are ways to help improve your hair’s quality and fullness.

For some people, the road to thicker hair is through Paul Mitchell Tea Tree Scalp Care Anti-Thinning Shampoo. It’s a shampoo focused on cleansing and removing the impurities from your scalp to “prime” it for “stronger, thicker-looking hair.” In other words, it helps create the best scalp environment to produce thicker hair.

Shop: Paul Mitchell Tea Tree Scalp Care Anti-Thinning Shampoo, $39.00

And maintaining a healthy scalp can be key to fighting hair loss. For example, a fungal infection can sometimes lead to a very itchy scalp. That itchy scalp can damage your hair follicles, and that damage can cause temporary hair loss, according to Medical News Today.

But with the Paul Mitchell anti-thinning hair shampoo, you can help keep your scalp clean. It contains what the brand calls its “exclusive Regeniplex blend,” which includes Kakadu plum, pea peptides, clover flower, turmeric and ginseng. This special blend of ingredients is designed to “stimulate the scalp and provide fuller, thicker hair,” according to the product description.

While you’re totally fine to use the shampoo by itself, some people have experienced great results when they combine it with other products. According to a small survey by Paul Mitchell, 85 percent of people experienced “increased hair volume and strength” when they used the shampoo as part of the Paul Mitchell Scalp Care Anti-Thinning product regimen.

And although some shoppers mentioned that the shampoo wasn’t a cure-all, they did praise its results.

“My hair was falling out in clumps, handfulls. Literally. I had bald spots, this has helped slow down the amount of hair that was coming out, it has brought it down to barely anything coming out, so basically down to the “normal” fallout,” one buyer wrote.

“Love this shampoo!” another reviewer wrote. “It smells like a spa, cleans well, works great and I would definitely repurchase. I had hormonal issues and my hair was falling out, this didnt solve my problem but it definitely. Helped.

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