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Postpartum Hair Loss: Should You Worry?


MAY 23, 2024

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Congratulations! You went through 9 months of pains, cravings, and emotional breakdowns.

Now you’re holding your new bundle of joy, probably thinking to yourself: “It’s all over now– it will only get better from now on.”

I'm sorry to burst your bubble of new born bliss but, the worst is yet to come.

I know, I know…

I don't mean to be a debbie downer, but if you think pregnancy was a crazy roller coaster ride, then buckle up because postpartum is even crazier!

About 2 months after my blessing arrived, my hair decided to make a run for it.

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I went from a full hairline, to a receding hairline in a matter of months.

My hair was also shedding like crazy, by the way. It felt like my strands were everywhere. Heck, I even found a few stray hairs in my baby’s bassinet.

As jarring as it is to see your hair change– especially during such a huge transitional moment in your life– I want you to know that it is completely normal.

Seeing my hair fall out only added on to the emotional hardship of being a new mother. And as much as I loved that title… I just wanted a sense of normalcy– and my hair was that.

Let’s talk about the reason why hair-loss happens after you have a baby.

If you’re going through it right now, you probably know that it's not RIGHT after your baby.

You see, the hair loss comes from the irregular estrogen levels. And, after you have your baby, your body is trying to get them back to normal. So, during pregnancy you have high levels of estrogen (which is why your hair was absolutely gorgeous and thick when you were pregnant, btw), and after you have the baby it begins to decline until it reaches its normal levels.

This sudden decline in estrogen takes your hair from the anagen (growing) stage, to the telogen (shedding) stage.

Estrogen is responsible for how thick, long, and shiny our hair is… not enough estrogen can absolutely wreak havoc on our hair follicles.

I know this is an unexpected part of motherhood. But rest assured that it happens and can absolutely be reversed!

If you feel like it’s time to get your pre-mommy groove back– we’ve got you covered.

Our line has a variety of products packed with stimulating ingredients to get your hair growing fuller, thicker, and longer than it was before!


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