Whether you have experienced a tragic haircut, post partum hair loss, or androgenetic alopecia, you are not alone if you wish there really was something out there that would grow your hair overnight. So do hair growth gummies and supplements actually work?
Women who struggle with hair loss, often consider wearing wigs and hair pieces (also known as toppers) to help disguise thinning hair or visible scalp areas. Wigs and hair toppers can be very useful to women with thinning hair. Whether you're searching for human hair wigs, synthetic wigs or the best clip on hair topper you can find, there's plenty to consider...
Leave-in conditioner often weighs down fine, thin or thinning hair and leaves it looking limp and greasy. The new Boost N Blend Shape and Shine Mist is an amazing solution for women with thinning hair as the light, hydrating mist has been designed to condition, repair and add lustre and shine without unwanted weight!
Switching to a plant based diet and vegan friendly hair care products, can benefit both hair and scalp health. Most supermarket shampoos and conditioners include parabens and sulphates. These unnecessary chemicals help make the shampoo last longer and create the lather effect, but in fact can be quite detrimental to hair.
In 2007, a German study showed some evidence that caffeine was able to stimulate hair follicles and activate hair growth under laboratory conditions. This prompted the production of various caffeine-based shampoos, including Alepecin, which claim to aid hair growth, but do caffeine shampoos actually help to grow hair?
Experienced Trichologist, Ms. Andrea Clark has a mission to restore wellbeing from the inside out by bringing to light the connection between hair and health. She answers our questions and addresses a range of concerns for women experiencing the effects of thinning hair and post-pregnancy hair loss.