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Natural Women's Hair Loss Treatment

Natural Women's Hair Loss Treatment

There's nothing more frightening than seeing a clump of hair in your drain after a shower; it's nerve-racking. Questions begin flying through your head, why is my hair suddenly falling out? Will my hair continue to fall out? And most importantly, what can I do to save my beloved hair? 

Before we introduce you to our natural and effective solution, let's first understand what causes hair loss, especially in women. 

 

What Degree of Hair Loss is Normal?

"Normal hair loss is highly individual, and most people know how much hair is normal for them to lose. If you suddenly notice more hair than usual falling out, you're shedding clumps of hair, or your hair seems to be visibly thinning, it may be a sign that something is amiss," says Dr. Deborah Scott, assistant professor of dermatology at Harvard Medical School and co-director of the Hair Loss Clinic at Brigham and Women's Hospital.

 

Cause of Hair Loss

A large amount of Hair Loss can result from external triggers, such as specific medication, wearing tight hairstyles, excessive blow drying, and stressful periods in one's life, like recovering from surgery. 

In other instances, hair loss in women can be triggered by something going on inside the body — a thyroid problem, a shift in hormones, a recent pregnancy leading to post partum hair loss, or an inflammatory condition.

Hair loss may also be genetic. The most common genetic condition leading to hair loss in a woman is female-pattern hair loss or androgenic alopecia. They might notice a widening part at the top of the head, often beginning when a woman is in her 40s or 50s. Women can inherit this gene from either parent. Lastly, hormonal shifts that occur during menopause can also be a significant hair loss in women cause. 

 

Now, Dr. Hempster's Magic Secret: Which hair loss shampoo is the best?

We wouldn't be a company if we didn't push our products, but we're not biased in this regard. Here's an objective opinion:

Hair loss in women treatment can be expensive, lengthy, and injecting one's body with unnatural substances. That's why we strongly believe in the natural power of Hemp. Research has shown that hemp seed oil helps with hair regrowth after hair loss, as nutrient-rich hemp extracts added to carrier oils may promote hair growth over time. A 2021 study showed that people who topically applied CBD oil to their hair and scalp for six months saw successful regrowth.

Dr. Hempster's hemp shampoo and conditioner brims with the goodness of omega fatty acids. Massaging the scalp with hemp seed oil soothes the dryness of the scalp by absorbing the nutrients and promoting hair growth. Its potent anti-inflammatory properties aid in soothing inflammation on the scalp. 

 

 

 

 

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