I’m 18 yars old and I noticed that my hair is thinning, turning dry, losing it’s silkiness and my hair density is a lot less than it was before. I don’t know how to say it, but my hair line is pushed back more than before. I also hair a couple of white hairs.
My hair used to be extremely healthy about 5 years ago, now after every time I use any shampoo or conditioner, my hair dries out and combing it is impossible.
My hair is just not the same as before and I would like to know what I can do to fix this problem. People have actually noticed me lossing hair!
You should be checked out for miniaturization to be sure that you are not developing male patterned balding (assuming you are a male). Sometimes, our hair does change in character as we move from being a teenager to an adult. The movement of your hairline upward is common in men between 18-29 and it may move about 2/3rd of an inch back for the normal childhood ‘boyish’ hairline to reflect the mature hairline in a Caucasian male. Most Caucasian males (95%) experience such upward movement of the hairline. Frequent shampooing may tend to dry your hair by washing out the protective elements of sebum which can cause the situation you are talking about. By all means, visit an expert doctor for a consultation to make sure that male patterned genetic balding is not occuring.