Use Scalp Care to Treating Traction Alopecia and Stagnant Hair Growth

Use Scalp Care to Treating Traction Alopecia and Stagnant Hair Growth


Traction Alopecia

Traction alopecia or thinning edges is hair loss that's caused by repeatedly pulling on your hairline. Tightly held hairstyles, like dreadlocks, hair extensions, scratching of hair, using rough pillows while sleeping, or excessive hair pulling (trichotillomania).

You can develop this condition if you primarily use too many chemicals or heat on your hair, especially towards your edges. Traction alopecia can be reversed if you stop pulling your hair back and reduce excessive use of chemicals and heat. Traction alopecia hair loss is reversible with high-grade products and consistent treatments; hair may regrow in less than a year.

Stagnant Growth

There are plenty of reasons why hair decides not to grow past a certain length. Anything from your diet, poor hair care routine, over-processing, heat damages, chemical imbalances, stress, split-ends, or the products you may be using can make it challenging for your hair to grow. Consistently removing dirt and oil buildup on your scalp is essential to increase blood circulation to cultivate hair growth. Our formula is developed to combat several of these elements with a proper hair care routine. Like your skincare routine, we recommend applying Root22serum to your scalp care routine as a daily practice, as well. 


Our Formula 

Our concentrated formula was designed to treat the scalp and prevent concerns like dryness, flaking, product build-up, thinning, hair loss and sustain hair growth.

Various ingredients in our formula will support your hair growth by producing more fine or baby hair and promote stronger strands. These are our organic rosemary, avocado and castor oil to name a few. Learn more here

Our customer below struggled with Traction Alopecia and Stagnant Hair Growth; after consistent application of Root22Serum twice daily, she saw significant changes in her hair growth patterns.


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