What Is Pregnancy Hair Loss?
Being pregnant is such an incredible gift – however it can be a stressful time for many. There is so much to plan for and very little time to think about yourself, not to mention if you’re experiencing a number of difficult pregnancy symptoms. Once your little bundle arrives, you will find yourself so caught up with your new baby, that its likely there won’t be a moment spare to worry about the condition of your hair.
Pregnancy hormones can wreak havoc on your body, but one of the great things is that many women find they have thicker, glossier hair as hair doesn’t really shed during pregnancy. However, if you do experience hair loss whilst pregnant, then there may be some vitamin or mineral deficiencies that could be improved by taking natural supplements.
Often, a couple of months after birth, you may start to notice signs of shedding this extra hair that you have kept whilst pregnant as a result of postpartum hormonal changes. This is perfectly normal and shouldn’t be anything to worry about. Your body will naturally over time, regain to its normal hormone levels. If you think you are shedding more than normal and for a longer period, or it’s causing distress, then you may be lacking in a few nutrients that play a key role in the health of our hair. The nutrient deficiencies can be addressed with supplements to ensure a healthier body and stronger hair.
For more information on pregnancy and postpartum hair loss, read our blog on combatting hair loss during pregnancy.
How Can Supplements Combat Pregnancy Hair Loss?
Hair changes in pregnancy are common; every woman is unique and therefore so is our hair. If hair loss is experienced in the postpartum period, most women will experience a full recovery, although the process may be slow. In order to support the body, care for overall health and improve the condition of your hair, you need to ensure you're providing your body with the right vitamins & minerals to support your scalp, that's easier said than done with a newborn right?
The Simone Thomas Wellness Biotin Brilliance supplement is expertly formulated to benefit women who are experiencing pregnancy or post-pregnancy hair loss.
Biotin, the main B vitamin in Biotin Brilliance is valued for its ability to promote strong, healthy hair as well as clear, youthful skin. You may find that after having a baby, you need a bit of a confidence boost to feel like yourself again.
Our multi-award winning supplements also include Super Greens to recharge and boost your immunity as you body recovers and Everyday Wellness, a super strength probiotic to support your digestion. Ideal for those looking to regain optimal health during or after pregnancy.
Read more about the benefits of Biotin and how it can promote strong, healthy hair.
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Whether you are pregnant or have just had a baby, you want to look and feel your best with a limited amount of time on your hands. Your body is doing something amazing, so you need it to be as strong, healthy as you can be to take care of your little one.
The Biotin Brilliance will not only work to improve hair health and reveal glowing skin but with the right selection of vitamins, they’ll work to increase energy levels; something that can often be lacking with a newborn!
If you're suffering from pregnancy or postpartum hair loss, you need Biotin Brilliance. For more help or guidance on the health of your hair, contact the Simone Thomas Wellness team who can advise on the right plan for you.
Download our FREE e-book ‘Guide to Addressing Hair Loss in a Healthy Way’ to understand more about hair loss from Hair Loss Consultant, Simone Thomas, as she shares her tips on how to combat hair loss in a natural, healthy way to encourage stronger, healthier hair & regrowth.
In this e-book you will find information on:
- The Hair Growth Cycle
- The different types of hair loss conditions explained
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- The disadvantages to conventional hair loss treatments
- How to address hair loss in a healthy way, as recommended by Hair Loss Consultant, Simone Thomas.