The 10 Best Shampoos for Thinning Hair
Suddenly seeing a new patch of sparse hairs where there used to be many is never fun. Luckily, there are a few key ways to keep your hair looking full. And it all starts with a shampoo that promotes volume and thickness. Here are 10 of the best to get right now.
1| Bumble and Bumble Thickening Shampoo
The experts at Bumble and Bumble have perfected the art of specialized shampoos. You can actually feel your hair bulking up as you wash this through.
2| House 99 Going Big
David Beckham's line must mean it gives David Beckham-like hair...right? This shampoo has a focus on scalp health. Which is good, because the scalp is the place thinning hair starts.
3| Jack Black True Volume Thickening Shampoo
Jack Black is an easy go-to for your morning routine. This shampoo uses the brand's own thickening complex to make hair appear fuller.
4| Kiehl's Ultimate Thickening Shampoo
You might not cure thinning hair, but you can definitely improve it. This Kiehl's product gives volume back to the hair you've got.
5| Living Proof Full Shampoo
If your hair is thin and easily breaks or looks dull, Living Proof has the perfect gentle shampoo that will add body where you want it.
6| Molton Brown Thickening Shampoo
Besides the thickening aspect, Molton Brown's ginger extract feels great on your scalp.
7| Oribe Shampoo
If you're going to opt in for a pricier option, Oribe is the way to go. It basically feels like a professional hair treatment, but without all the work.
8| R+Co. Dallas Thickening Shampoo
R+Co. is another great option for hair that needs specialized attention. Plus, the products all have a light scent that makes hair feel even fresher.
9| Sachajuan Thickening Shampoo
This one adds extra shine, which helps improve dull or thin hair's appearance.
10| Kevin Murphy Stimulate-Me Wash
And as the experts at Kevin Murphy know: a thinned-out scalp needs stimulation, which helps promote hair growth from slow (and not yet dead) follicles. This shampoo does just that.
This story originally appeared on Esquire.com. Minor edits have been made by the Esquiremag.ph editors.