Preventative Measures For Hair Loss, Hair Slugging, Scalp Facials, And Supplements

Preventative Hair Loss Measures; supplements, nutrition and hair slugging

Nourishing Your Locks: Preventative Measures for Hair Loss


Have you noticed your hair is shedding, and you are finding more strands in your brush? Or is your ponytail getting smaller? You may be experiencing hair loss or a halt in your hair growth cycle, it is paramount to address this immediately. The first line of action may be a visit to your dermatologist; perhaps a scalp biopsy. In most cases, you may receive a diagnosis of "alopecia," which means hair loss with not much reason as to why. I strongly urge that you take some preventative measures to promote circulation and wake up your hair follicles.

If your hair is too thin for your satisfaction, we can create a beautiful hair topper that will blend seamlessly with your own hair. All the while you can still address your scalp issues immediately.

Hair loss can be a distressing experience for many individuals. While there are various factors that contribute to hair loss, taking preventative measures can significantly improve hair health and reduce the risk of excessive shedding. In this blog post, we will explore four effective methods to prevent hair loss: hair slugging, nutrition, supplements, and scalp massage. By incorporating these practices into your hair care routine, you can nourish your locks and promote a healthy scalp.

Section 1: Hair Slugging - An Overnight Treat for Your Hair

Hair slugging, also known as a scalp facial, is a technique that involves applying a thick layer of moisturizer or oil to your scalp and hair overnight. This process helps to lock in moisture, prevent breakage, and improve overall hair health. By creating a protective barrier, hair slugging allows your hair to absorb the nourishing properties of the products while you sleep, leaving you with luscious locks in the morning. Some swear by coconut oil, others use almond oil, so it is best to try different oils to see what works best for you. I prefer a hot olive oil treatment to soothe my scalp.

This practice has been used in India and Korea for centuries for the face and scalp. But not everyone is a candidate for hair slugging, if your hair is oily -- it is best to avoid this practice. But you should be brushing your natural oils from roots to ends to help prevent your hair from drying.

This practice works best for dry and itchy scalps. Most likely your hair is dense and curly. Overnight slugging should definitely help, if you find that your scalp is breaking out then stop.

Section 2: Nutrition for Healthy Hair - You Are What You Eat

Proper nutrition plays a crucial role in maintaining healthy hair. Consuming a balanced diet rich in vitamins, minerals, and proteins helps to support hair growth and prevent hair loss. Foods such as leafy greens, eggs, fatty fish, and nuts are excellent sources of nutrients that promote hair health. Additionally, incorporating biotin-rich foods like avocados and sweet potatoes into your diet can further strengthen your hair follicles and reduce the risk of hair loss.

Section 3: Hair Supplements - Boosting Your Hair from Within

In addition to a nutritious diet, hair supplements can provide an extra boost to your hair health. Supplements containing essential vitamins, minerals, and antioxidants like vitamin E, vitamin C, and omega-3 fatty acids can help strengthen hair strands, promote growth, and reduce hair shedding. However, it's essential to consult with a healthcare professional before starting any new supplements to ensure they are suitable for your individual needs.

As many invest in the supplement "Nutrafol," it may be too expensive for your budget. Whole Foods has more affordable hair vitamins containing biotin - this may help promote hair growth. The recommended biotin dosage is 2 to 5 mg. daily, and there is evidence that it stops the shedding cycle.

Section 4: Scalp Massage - Stimulating Hair Growth

A relaxing scalp massage not only feels great but can also stimulate hair growth. Massaging your scalp helps to increase blood circulation to the hair follicles, promoting the delivery of essential nutrients and oxygen. This can result in stronger, healthier hair. Incorporate a gentle scalp massage into your hair care routine using your fingertips or a specialized scalp massage tool to reap the benefits and reduce the risk of hair loss.

Some of my clients get a hydra facial on their scalp on a monthly basis. The Hydra facial will help to remove build-up and give your hair follicles a clear path to grow.  


Taking preventative measures against hair loss is a proactive approach to maintaining healthy and vibrant hair. Incorporating practices such as hair slugging, focusing on nutrition, utilizing hair supplements, and incorporating scalp massage can significantly contribute to preventing hair loss and promoting optimal hair health. Remember to personalize these methods based on your specific needs and consult with professionals when necessary. By investing a little time and effort into nourishing your locks, you can enjoy a lifetime of beautiful, strong hair.


Hair Loss background

With Alopecia Areata, fungal infections, other autoimmune diseases, thinning hair by Trichotillomania which removes hair follicles by physical means. At Noelle Salon, we cover the various approaches to hair solutions to treat hair loss, female pattern baldness, balding spots, and other conditions to which you lose hair. At Noelle Salon, we focus on hair growth techniques. Hair systems and hair extension maintenance is part of the journey while wearing them. For Trichotillomania, as our hair grows they both will loosen, and service is required. The difference between a hair system and hair extensions for Trichotillomania clients varies based on the location of hair loss. 


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