Whether we have thick or fine hair, we will have noticed change in our follicles as we have got older. Old photos show a fuller head of hair to the ones we have now, but why is that?
Hair is made of many protein strands. A single hair has a normal life between 2 and 7 years. That hair then falls out and is replaced with a new hair. How much hair you have on your body and head is also determined by your genes.
And according to MedLinePlus, nearly everyone has some hair loss with aging. The rate of hair growth also slows.
Hair strands become smaller and have less pigment. So the thick, coarse hair of a young adult eventually becomes thin, fine, light-colored hair. Many hair follicles stop producing new hairs.
Men may start showing signs of baldness by the time they are 30 years old. Many men are nearly bald by age 60. A type of baldness related to the male hormone testosterone is called male-pattern baldness. Hair loss may be at the temples or at the top of the head.
Women can develop a similar type of baldness as they age. This is called female-pattern baldness. Hair becomes less dense and the scalp may become visible.
As you age, your body and face also lose hair. Women’s remaining facial hair may get coarser, most often on the chin and around the lips. Men may grow longer and coarser eyebrow, ear, and nose hair.
With age hair becomes thinner. La Biosthetique Anti-Age Fluide Volume is a volumising formulation which visibly improves body, texture and lively shine. Strengthens and regenerates the hair structure giving it instant volume and protects against environmental damages and negative effects of UV rays.
How to use:
After shampooing hair with Dermosthetique Shampooing Actif F or another La Biosthetique shampoo that is tailored to the scalp, distribute Fluide Volume evenly into towel-dried hair. Leave-in product.
- Panthenol and hydrophilic compounds provide intense moisture for silky, shiny and elastic hair.
- UV filters protect against the negative effects of UV rays.
- Quaternised wheat protein regenerate the hair structure.