Hair loss near your hair parting, crown or temples?

Do you feel that your parting is getting wider and wider? And lesser hair at the crown of your head? Well, you are experiencing hair loss near your parting, crown and temples. 

This is usually due to genetic and behavioural factors. We can’t change our genes, but we can change our habits!

Hair loss patterns



Habit 1: Parting your hair one way

Hair loss near parting


Behavioural factors include parting your hair the same way all the time. Parting your hair continuously the same way weighs down the hair in that area. This causes breakage over time. 

The outer layer of hair is thinner than other parts of the head. The exposed scalp is also darker than the hidden ones. A clean part exposes your scalp to the sun, excessive heat and styling. These activities results in damage of hair hair follicles and hair loss.


Habit 2: Styling hair using heat and chemical 

Heat and chemical treatment


Heat and harsh chemicals from styling can affect the health of your scalp and hair follicles, causing premature hair thinning. Thinning hair may not necessarily cause baldness, but it can give off an appearance of sparse spots.


Habit 3: Tight Hairstyles

Tight hairstyles


Try to avoid hairstyles that requires you to pull your hair back tightly. Elastic hair ties can cut into the hair shaft, causing hairs to fray when they are used in the same spot repeatedly. Tight braids can also cause potential hair loss, which occurs when there is constant tugging on hair follicles. 


Solution: Change your hair parting constantly

Voluminous hair


Changing parting frequently will help to ease some tension and prevent extreme damage in one area. This also creates more volume, texture and bounce for your hair.

Solution: Abstain from harmful hair treatment process

Steer clear of treatments that can damage hair too, such as hot curling irons. If you really have to, using a heat protector before might help.

Solution: Supplements



Supplements like biotin and zinc have also shown to promote hair growth. Eat an adequate amount of protein and omega-3 fatty acids as they promote hair growth.

Solution: Hair Treatment


You may also use scalp vitamins like Chanamu Scalp Care Multivitamin Treatment as a booster. This treatment contains ingredients Nutmeg extract and Panthenol which nourishes the scalp and promotes hair growth.  

Together, these prevention tips create a healthy environment for hair growth. What are you waiting for? Get yours now!