Post Pregnancy Hair Loss

Post Pregnancy Hair Loss

It’s a bit harsh, isn’t it? You’ve got a new baby to look after, your body doesn’t look or feel the same and now your hair is falling out!? Don’t worry, you’re not alone and there are some things you can do to feel confident again. Here’s what you need to know about post-pregnancy hair loss.mum-with-baby-tearing-hair-out

Why? WHY?!

While it doesn’t happen after every pregnancy, post-pregnancy hair loss is pretty common. You may even be on your second or third child and be experiencing this phenomenon for the first time, don’t panic, it will grow back eventually. In the meantime, you've found the perfect shake on and go instant cover up! With BOOSTNBLEND™ your visible scalp will be gone in an instant.

Normally, your hair cycles through 3 stages: anagen (growing), catagen (resting) and finally telogen (resting/falling). During pregnancy, your higher levels of oestrogen prolong the growth phase which means you have fewer hairs in the resting/falling stage and your hair is thick and lustrous. Once you’ve given birth, these oestrogen levels fall and cause (amongst other things!) a lot of hairs to enter the resting/falling stage. This usually only lasts a few months and most women have their pre-pregnancy hair back within the year.

What can I do about it?

While you can’t stop your hair from falling out, you can make it look less noticeable. BOOSTNBLEND™ has become many women’s best friend during this period of their lives; many have told us that thanks to BOOSTNBLEND™, no one had even noticed!

View the full BOOSTNBLEND™ colour range here

  • Simple – so even a busy mother can shake it on and go
  • Instant – shake straight onto dry hair and it’s done. No waiting time.
  • Natural – it blends straight in so no one will ever notice

And it’s good to know that BOOSTNBLEND™ doesn’t stop the natural cycle of hair regrowth. You can use it while you are waiting for the problem to subside.

There is a colour that is right for you. If in doubt as to which colour to choose, select the colour closest to your root colour since that’s where you will be applying it.

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