During pregnancy, some women experience fuller hair due to the extra boost in hormones. We take a closer look at whether or not it’s safe to color your hair while pregnant, why hair loss is common after pregnancy and what you can do to treat your hair.
If thinning hair is a concern, or hair could do with a little more natural volume, scalp massages are often recommended. Aside from the relaxing factor, we explore if it really does boost hair growth.
New mom? If you’ve been noticing thinner or falling hair since welcoming your bundle of joy, it’s time to read up on post-partum hair loss.
There’s no doubt that throughout menopause your body changes, your skin evolves and even your hair will be affected. The bouncy, thriving locks of yesteryear are replaced with a less lacklustre mane which can leave some feeling a little deflated. Clearly visible, the alteration of your ‘do’ can be a hard side effect to accept.