Are you a new mom experiencing hair loss? Don’t panic. It’s normal.
are you a new mom experiencing hair loss? Don't panic. it's normal.
The American Academy of Dermatologists states that noticeable hair loss postpartum is completely normal. “Excessive hair shedding after pregnancy is very common and caused by falling estrogen levels,” said board-certified dermatologist Jessica J. Krant, MD, FAAD, assistant clinical professor of dermatology, SUNY Downstate Medical Center.
Although the shedding is temporary, you can take active measures in speeding up the process of regaining normal fullness. Call us at (615) 662-8722 or schedule a consult to learn more about the therapeutic benefits of our products, supplements, and treatments scientifically proven to re-stimulate growth and get you back to your thicker, fuller hair!
In managing the transition during the peak months of shedding, HPI recommends the following all natural products and tips:
Scripts® Bio-Therapy Shampoo. This product is designed to gently cleanse the scalp while blocking DHT, which has been found to be the primary cause of hair loss.
Scripts® Vitamin Plus Conditioning Treatment. This product adds fullness and shine, and is the only product on the market with 25 vitamins, minerals and amino acids for hair and scalp health.
Scripts® Maximum Growth Therapy. This unique formula is scientifically proven to help stop hair loss using 11 topical DHT blockers. It provides the hair with protein building nutrients directly to the follicle to help with regrowth. Vigorously massage the leave in gel-like serum into the scalp and resume styling regimen.
Scripts® COMPLETE oral supplement. Complete was clinically developed to help grow your hair stronger, fuller, faster.
Use the Vitamin Plus Conditioning Treatment primarily on the ends of your hair. Avoid your scalp and the top half of your hair to prevent your hair from being weighed down.
Try a new hairstyle. Some haircuts can make hair appear fuller. An experienced hair stylist can help you find a cut, style or color that works well for you. Avoid treatments that may worsen hair loss, such as chemical treatments or excessive styling.