Let's talk about something many of us can relate to – want thick, lustrous hair, but destiny doesn’t seem to agree. Right? This article is dedicated to understanding how to deal with - "scanty growth." Because let's face it, we all want our hair to be the crown we can't stop flaunting.

In This Article:

How To Take Care Of Thin Hair

So, what's the deal with scanty growth, you ask? How to take care of hair so that they look luscious and feel healthy? From digging into the reasons behind scanty hair to the right product picks – we're covering it all. We’re gonna get to the bottom of low density hair problems and learn how to deal with it with the right healthy haircare routine.

Let's turn that "scanty" into "standout" – because your hair deserves to be the spotlight! Let’s get started, shall we?

How To Take Care Of Thin Hair

Taking care of thin hair requires a little extra TLC to ensure those strands stay strong and healthy. Here are some easy-to-follow strong hair tips at your disposal:

1. Be Gentle

Treat your hair like delicate silk. Use a wide-toothed comb to detangle and be gentle when towel-drying to avoid unnecessary breakage.

2. Use Gentle Hair Products

Go for sulfate-free shampoos and conditioners. Harsh chemicals can strip your hair of its natural moisture, making it more prone to breakage. We have a range specially dedicated to turn thin long hair into thick luscious mane.

Our Curry Leaves, Biotin & Mandarin Long & Strong Hair Care Combo is a sulfate and paraben free shampoo-conditioner duo. It is enriched with natural Curry leaf extract, the super ingredient, touted for moisturizing the scalp and promoting hair growth.

3. Don’t Over-Wash

Washing your hair every day can strip away natural oils, leaving your hair looking even thinner. Consider cleansing your hair 2-3 times a week to maintain a healthy balance. Our Curry Leaves, Biotin & Mandarin Sulfate Free Shampoo is tested to give 15x lesser split-ends* and longer, thicker hair. We specially formulate Vegan Biotin, a rich source of Vitamin B to strengthen your strands. The best part? The energizing aroma of Mandarin orange oil will transport you under the Mediterranean sunshine. 

4. Avoid Use Of Heat Styling Tools

Excessive heat can weaken thin hair. If you must style, use heat-protectant products and choose lower heat settings. We have a super effective option: Our Argan Oil & Lavender Hair Serum For Frizz Free Hair provides heat protection up to 230℃. Plus, pure Moroccan Argan oil adds to an unbeatable shine to the hair. Your senses will love the calm scent of French Lavender oil.

5. Limit Chemical Treatments

Chemical treatments like perms and harsh dyes can be tough on thin hair. If you can, fall in love with your natural color and texture or choose gentler alternatives.

6. Regular Scalp Massages

You know why scalp massages are amazing? They get that blood circulation going. This simple practice can promote hair health and thickness.

We have a brilliant hair and scalp oil that not only nourishes the scalp but guess what, also prevents hair fall. Onion, Black Seed Oil & Patchouli Hairfall Control Hair Oil is a go-to hair oil when creating a healthy haircare routine.

7. Eat A Balanced Diet

Good nutrition is key. Include protein, vitamins, and minerals in your diet to nourish your hair from the inside out.

8. Stay Hydrated

Drinking enough water is essential for overall health, including the health of your hair. Hydration supports hair elasticity and strength. H₂O is the underrated elixir for your hair health.

9. Regular Trims

Keep those ends in check with regular trims. This prevents split ends from traveling up the hair shaft, making your hair look fuller and healthier.


When it comes to caring for thin hair, you need to have a mix of things in place. Use a wide-toothed comb to avoid breakage and opt for mild, sulfate-free hair products to keep natural oils intact. Don't over-wash—2 to 3 times a week strikes a balance. Say no to excess heat from styling tools and limit chemical treatments to maintain your hair's strength. Throw in some regular scalp massages; don’t be lazy. A balanced diet and staying hydrated work wonders, too. Lastly, don't skip those regular trims to keep your hair looking fresh and full.

Frequently Asked Questions

Q:1 What causes scanty growth in hair?

A. Scanty growth can be attributed to various factors, including genetics, hormonal imbalances, nutritional deficiencies, and excessive styling or chemical treatments. Identifying the specific cause is crucial for developing an effective strategy to deal with low density hair.

Q:2 How should I care for my thin, long hair?

A. Thin, long hair requires gentle care. Use a wide-toothed comb to prevent breakage, choose lightweight hair products, and avoid excessive heat styling. Regular trims can help maintain the health of your hair and prevent split ends, contributing to an overall fuller appearance.

Q:3 What are some strong hair tips for scanty hair?

A. Strengthening scanty hair involves a gentle approach—opt for sulfate-free products, minimize heat exposure, and consider incorporating scalp massages and a nutrient-rich diet into your routine. These practices can promote healthier hair from root to tip.



Written by Ayushi Limbachiya on Jan 02, 2024