How To Regrow and Maintain Healthy Edges

How To Regrow and Maintain Healthy Edges

Our tresses undergo constant manipulation which can cause hair damage. While many people talk about protecting the ends of your hair from damage, no one ever talks about the damage constant manipulation can do to your edges. Edge loss is a common problem of hair damage. However, there are ways to keep and maintain the health of your edges. Keep reading below to find out about edges, edge loss, and how to maintain the health of your edges. 

So What Exactly Are Edges?

Edges refer to the area around the hairline including baby hair. 

Reasons For Edge Loss 

There are many reasons for edge loss. One of the biggest reasons are super, sleek, tight styles. These styles can damage hair follicles resulting in scarring and permanent hair loss. Friction can also cause edge loss. Headbands, beanies, caps, or anything that sits on your hairline is the culprit for this type of edge loss. Make sure when you wear these accessories they are not too tight and you are moisturizing your hairline. 

How To Regrow And Maintain Healthy Edges 

1. Apply Oil
Applying a lightweight oil will be very beneficial to maintaining healthy edges. An all natural oil that helps with hair growth is the best. Apply a few drops of the oil to your edges. Grow Stimulating Hair Oil is a great all natural growth oil to use on thinning hair lines. 

2. Decrease Tension 
Avoid styles that are pulling your hair or are too tight. Buns, braids, and weaves are common styles that can cause stress to your edges. Try doing these styles looser to help maintain and keep your edges healthy. 

3. Be Gentle 
Your edges along with your ends are the most fragile parts of your hair. The risk of breakage is greatest in these places. When styling your edges make sure to use a little TLC. 

4. Old- Fashioned Massage 
Gently massaging your edges has some real benefits. It includes stimulating blood flow to the area, moving sebum around, and strengthening the roots. Just make sure to be gentle and don't create too much friction when massaging. 

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