Many women are on a quest to have beautiful, healthy hair. The one major concern amongst women with natural hair is a thinning hairline. How do I repair my thinning hairline? This is probably the most popular question that we receive on a daily basis. The hair around your hairline is very fragile and fine, so you need to pay special attention in order to keep your hairline healthy and strong. Below are 5 tips you can use to regrow your thinning hairline:

Avoid Tight Hairstyles That Pull On Your Hair

Most of us love braids. Who wouldn’t, braids are a very low maintenance hairstyle. However, tight braids (like straight-backs and straight-ups), wigs and tight waves cause hair to pullout. They tend to pull and strain the hairline. Avoid hairstyles that cause pain or are too heavy. Rather opt for low stress protective styles like bantu knots, jumbo braids or a bun.

Avoid Products With Harsh Chemicals

The application of hair straightening products like relaxer and chemical blows tend to cause extensive damage to your hair. If your hairline is already thinning, avoid these products at all cost. Also try and avoid shampoos and conditioners that contain harsh chemicals like sulphates. Rather opt for sulphate-free shampoos and conditioners like the Eco Essentials Moisturising Shampoo and Revitalising Conditioner.

Massage Your Scalp With Nourishing Oils

It is very important to massage your scalp and edges with nourishing oils. Massaging increases circulation to hair follicles and stimulates hair growth. Add a nourishing oil like the Eco Essentials Hair Growth Oil to your fingers and gently massage your scalp and hairline in circular motions. Pay special attention to areas like your hairline.

Try A Edge Growth Treatment

Apply an edge growth treatment like our Hairline Repair Serum daily on your hairline. The Eco Essentials Hairline Repair Serum is an intensive serum infused with a special blend of vitamins and plant extracts to promote healthy hair growth. This serum revitalises and nourishes the hairline and promotes hairline regrowth by repairing damage, strengthening, conditioning and increasing resistance to breakage.

Avoid Heat Styling Tools

If your hairline is already thinning, opt to air dry your hair instead of blow drying. You must also avoid heat styling tools like curling irons an straighteners because they cause further damage to your hair.