I bleached my roots twice in the summer, and there was a ton of overlap, resulting in a lot of breakages. I thought the breakage subsided so I had extensions put in. I just recently had them taken out and realized that my hair has become super thin and I have lost a lot of them and my hair is like clumping in knots because all the pieces have broken off and have fallen together. The pieces are breaking off where the bleach overlapped, which is only like an inch from my root. I realize I caused the damage and the best way to stop it from breaking off is to not dye it or use any heat on it. But is there any way I can keep the rest of my hair from breaking off? I am about to take Viviscal.
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Bleaching repeatedly would cause damage to the Disulfide bonds present in the hair, which is most often temporary.
You definitely need hair nutrients like biotin, cysteine, selenium, calcium pantothenate, zinc, vitamin C to restore normal growth pattern of hair.
Please go through the contents of Viviscal (Vitamin B, Vitamin C, Biotin, Niacin, Vitamin E, Iron, Zinc) supplement and start using it if it has the above-mentioned entities. Consult your specialist doctor, discuss with him or her and with their consent take the medicine.
Along with these supplements, I would like to mention few hair care tips here:
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