Intro to Postpartum Hair Thinning

Postpartum hair thinning, also known as postpartum hair loss, is a common condition that affects many women after giving birth.

During pregnancy, hormonal changes, particularly estrogen, and progesterone, can cause hair to become thicker and fuller by prolonging the growth phase of hair.
After childbirth, hormone levels drop rapidly, and this can trigger hair loss.

Postpartum hair loss usually occurs 2-4 months after delivery and can last up to 12 months or more. This explains why so many seek out information about postpartum hair loss 2 years later.
The amount of hair loss varies from person to person and is generally more noticeable in women with longer hair.
(At a half an inch of average hair growth,
2 years typically results 12 inches).
If too much hair is lost, it can take all of 2 years to feel like it’s back to normal without the right nutrition for the follicles, which we’ll cover in just a moment. 

The stress hormone cortisol also plays a role in postpartum hair thinning.

Cortisol levels increase with the stress of childbirth, sleep deprivation, and adjusting to a new routine.
Cortisol can cause the hair follicles to prematurely enter the resting phase (telogen phase), resulting in hair thinning.

With high cortisol levels, the body directs its resources to deal with stress rather than maintaining normal body functions like hair growth.
While postpartum hair thinning can be distressing, it is usually temporary, and hair typically regrows once hormone levels stabilize.
There are actions you can take now to help
maximize hair growth and help stop hair thinning.

*****We are not medical professionals, and are not giving medical advice, nor making hair growth claims.******​

Postpartum Hair Thinning

Here are some actions you can take now to
help manage your postpartum hair thinning:

1. Eat a healthy, balanced diet: Fruits and vegetables provide a variety of nutrients, such as vitamin C, vitamin A, vitamin B5, vitamin B12, folate, zinc, and niacin. Inositol helps improve the function of scalp cells, which can be found in nuts, leafy vegetables, citrus fruits, and whole grains. Consume plenty of protein because it provides the necessary amino acids to make keratin which is the building block of hair. Lean meats, beans, fish, eggs, dairy, kale, and asparagus are great sources of protein.

2. Take supplements: Take a multivitamin and mineral supplement daily for nutrients you didn’t get in your diet.
For instance, zinc is important for hair growth, and you can lose zinc in sweat. If you exercise a lot, then it is possible to be deficient in it.
If it happens that you are having any blood work done, ask them to check your nutrient levels.
Also, consider asking them to check your magnesium levels because Americans are typically deficient, and it is responsible for more than 300 processes in the body.

3. Nurture your scalp:
To help relieve tension and increase blood flow to your follicles, massage your scalp with the pads of your fingers in a circular motion for 4 minutes.

4. Avoid tight hairstyles: Avoid wearing ponytails, braids, and hairstyles that pull on the hair tightly.

5. Use gentle, nourishing hair products: Only use natural, gentle, chemical-free hair products that will nourish your hair and scalp. (AND NOT BABY SHAMPOO. Lawsuits against these companies are still in progress, and they are perfect examples of lies told in marketing to unsuspecting and trusting people).
Also, organic products typically contain silicone derivatives (the stuff caulk is made of) that may plug follicles and disrupt growth. Silicone is considered natural, but who needs caulk-like material clogging your follicles? No one.
Here’s a link to your free copy of the
Silicone Derivative AVOID List.

For deeper nourishment of your hair and scalp, incorporate a weekly deep conditioning treatment.
Remember, organic is NOT silicone free.
PLUS, the heaviness of essential oils, shea, organic coconut oil, sunflower oils, and more will smother the hair and follicles.
In a pinch, it at least is not toxic.
It’s just a layer that the scalp then has to reject by increasing sebum…..super oily hair is the result…. and still some hair loss.

Check out the Postpartum Hair Loss & Regrowth package by Belegenza for a perfect blend of premium botanicals to nurture your hair and scalp.
For your weekly deep conditioner, use RoMANce Deep Conditioning Treatment.

Conclusion to Postpartum Hair Thinning

It’s important to remember that postpartum hair thinning is normal and part of the process.
It’s just as important to take care of your hair and scalp to help stop postpartum hair thinning and maximize hair growth. To simplify your hair care routine we have put together the  Postpartum Hair Loss & Regrowth package by Belegenza to address all of your hair care needs.

By the way, with your package, you will get Alan & Cheryl’s cell/text, so that you can be in touch with them directly!
Alan and Cheryl, not a scripted rep in a phone bank or text AI!
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Only Belegenza, Alan & Cheryl.
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