I was going to do a written post on my postpartum hair loss, but actually you can see the sparse patches better on video, so a video it is. I’m thoughtful that way.
And look I know that my hair loss isn’t drastic – not by any means – but so many people have expressed an interest when I’ve mentioned it in passing that it seemed unsporting not to address it. And there is quite a lot of balding going on around the hairline, with annoying short bits that are growing back through, so if it makes a few people feel better about things then I’m happy.
I’ve just outlined a few little changes that I’ve made to my haircare regime (some are very practical, like not tying my hair up so much) and the products I’m relying on to give my roots a bit of a boost and my ends a bit of a moisture treat. All of the products are listed below the video screen – if you have any tips, or just want to tell other people about your own experience then please do leave a comment.
I’ll be back with a second video once I’ve tried out some miraculous hair-growth products. Any suggestions for things that actually work?
Christophe Robin Rose Shampoo + Conditioner: http://bit.ly/1nRGSVj
OGX Argan Shampoo and Conditioner: http://bit.ly/1Se6pVr
Wet Brush: http://goo.gl/IWBtcJ
Tangle Teezer: http://goo.gl/n1bEj8
Phyto 9 Cream: http://bit.ly/1PlxfIw
Colab Dry Shampoo Sheer & Invisible – please see stockists here. I am a founder of and spokesmodel for the Colab brand.
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