How to stop hair loss?

Posted by Patricia Debrant on

Hair loss, whether reactionary or chronic, is a common problem that can affect men and women of all ages. But what are the causes and, above all, how can hair loss be treated? Here are a few tips...

First of all, it's important to remember that hair loss is normal. We can lose between 50 and 100 hairs a day, but this is perfectly normal and shouldn't be a cause for concern.

Hair is renewed throughout our lives, and has a cycle lasting from 3 to 5 years, which repeats itself 25 times throughout our lives. Each cycle comprises 3 phases: the anagen phase where the hair grows, the catagen phase where the hair rests, and the telogen phase where the hair falls out, enabling hair renewal. On the other hand, when hair loss is more severe, it's cause for concern, and the lost hair can't be replaced as quickly, leading to a reduction in hair mass. Anti-hair loss treatment must therefore be initiated. It's also important to remember that there are several causes of hair loss: they can be internal or external, and are often closely linked.


Why do I lose my hair?

There are many causes for hair loss, affecting both men and women. Hair loss can be triggered by a number of different factors and depends on each individual. It can occur following significant events:

- Childbirth (post-partum): this is post-partum hair loss activated by the hormonal changes undergone during this period. These changes influence the hair's life cycle and can lead to hair loss. In fact, after childbirth (and breastfeeding), a drop in hormones occurs to restore a "normal" hormonal balance. This is when hair loss occurs, and can be significant.


- Tiredness, stress: in the face of these events, the body can send out an alarm signal and cause you to lose hair.
Deficiencies: a lack of vitamins and minerals can lead to hair loss, as the bulb is no longer properly "nourished". As a result, hair tends to fall out more easily. Diet can also cause deficiencies.

- Change of season: with each change of season, hair can tend to fall out. Throughout the summer, your hair has been gorged with vitamins and has grown much faster: when you return, it's normal to lose hair because you've grown faster than normal. As autumn approaches, the change of season takes effect and the hair renews itself like the leaves on a tree, making way for new hair.

- Emotional shock: this can result in severe hair loss due to a very strong emotional impact, with major stress, which will have a strong impact on your hair. Reactional hair loss, which lasts only about 6 months, is characterized by sudden, severe and immediately noticeable hair loss. It's important to treat it early to prevent it from becoming chronic! If it becomes chronic (more than 6 months), it will lead to a diffuse and progressive loss of hair mass.

- Heredity: hair loss can also be hereditary. It mainly affects men, although women can also suffer, and has its origins in hormonal imbalance and genetics. Gradually, hair becomes thinner and thinner, hair mass diminishes, and it's only as the years go by that you begin to notice it. Certain areas of the scalp begin to recede, leading over time to baldness.


How do I treat hair loss and redensify my hair?

Once the cause of hair loss has been identified, it's important to treat it as quickly as possible. The earlier the treatment is taken, the more effective it will be! Hair loss needs to be treated for at least 3 months, as this is your hair's cycle. It's important to combine scalp scrubs, dietary supplements, fortifying shampoos and a fortifying anti-hair loss lotion to treat the problem as a whole.

To redensify and strengthen your hair, our fortifying anti-hair loss ritual, formulated without SLS, Paraben or Silicone, is the ideal solution. Comprising a Shampoo and a Lotion, this ritual slows hair loss and strengthens and densifies the hair. Enriched with essential oils of Eucalyptus, Cinnamon, Mint and vegetable Keratin and Olive oil, these products restore health and vigor to hair, densifying it. The delicate scent offers a natural aromatic fragrance, a revitalizing experience with every use.

As a complement, Mon SHAMPOING's scrub, with 98% natural ingredients and essential oils of Lavender, Rosemary and Menthol, removes all the impurities accumulated over time. This monthly scrub gently cleanses, exfoliates and detoxifies the scalp, promoting better absorption of care products and healthy hair growth. By massaging the scalp with our biodegradable massage and relaxation brush, you're ready for the next step.

Finally, for maximum effectiveness, discover our revolutionary orodispersible dietary supplements based on Annurca Apple, specially designed to strengthen, volumize and sublimate your hair. They offer a practical and delicious solution to promote healthy hair, giving you shiny, stronger, fuller hair. Transform your beauty routine with the natural power of Annurca Apple for irresistibly gorgeous hair.

With this complete hair routine, you'll give your hair the best care to effectively combat hair loss and regain dense, healthy-looking hair!

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Yes, our hair care products can be used in conjunction with other hair loss treatments, such as laser therapy or prescribed medications. However, it is advisable to consult a healthcare professional before combining different treatments to ensure compatibility and efficacy. Depending on the underlying cause of hair loss and the severity of the problem, a combined approach can often offer better results.

Hair loss can begin at any age, but is more common in older men and women. In men, male pattern baldness can begin as early as adolescence and worsen with age, while in women, hair loss is more common after the menopause. However, it's important to note that hair loss can also occur at any age due to various factors such as stress, hormonal changes or underlying medical conditions.

Not necessarily. It's normal to lose a certain amount of hair every day, and moderate hair loss may simply be the result of the natural cycle of hair growth and renewal. However, excessive or sudden hair loss can sometimes be a sign of a lesser health problem that merits medical attention.

Although it's not always possible to completely prevent hair loss, certain measures can help reduce the risk, such as eating a balanced diet rich in nutrients, managing stress, avoiding aggressive hair products, and maintaining good hair hygiene.


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