Continuing from our previous article, we debunk 4 more myths about men’s hair.

Pulling grey hair out makes more grow
It can be tempting to pull out grey hairs but you’ve probably heard people say that this makes more grow in their place. This is definitely an old wives tale but it still isn’t advisable to pluck your hair out. As with greying, many men start experiencing hair loss as they get older. Pulling out all those greys will leave you looking thinner on top than ever.

You need lots of bubbles to cleanse your hair properly
There is something about lots of bubbles that people associate with cleanliness. However, a good shampoo doesn’t need to form a thick lather to get your hair clean. What is important is to use products that are suited to your hair type and needs. If your hair is fine and dry, a shampoo that nourishes while enhancing volume would be beneficial. Oiler, thicker hair types will find that a clarifying shampoo with hydrating ingredients would work better for them. Whatever your hair type, if you are experiencing hair loss, shampoo won’t cure it and it is a good idea to seek specialist advice about the treatments available.

Regular trims make hair grow faster

The experts at Vinci Hair Clinic say that it’s a common misconception that hair grows faster the more often it is cut. Our hair growth rates are controlled by our genes and can be affected by diet, stress and other factors. What you can do to ensure that your hair grows at a healthy rate is to supply your body with adequate nutrients by taking the Vitruvian Line vitamin and mineral complex from Vinci Hair Clinic.

Genes inherited from your mother cause male pattern baldness

Male pattern baldness (androgenetic alopecia) causes the receding hairline and thinning crown that around 50% of men develop by their 50s. People often believe that the condition is inherited from the maternal side of the family but genes for this type of hair loss come from both parents. The good news is that there are several excellent treatments that can halt the progression of male pattern baldness and even regrow lost hair.

Debunking Myths About Men’s Hair Part 2