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Women are often described as blooming during pregnancy, not least because their hair can look thicker and more lustrous. So it can be quite distressing after the happy arrival of your baby when you start to see signs of hair loss. This article about postpartum...

F[It can be frustrating for people who start using hair loss treatments when they don’t see immediate results. What’s more frustrating is that you might lose more hair in the first few weeks of treatment, and this can be distressing. Here we look at the...

All women will experience the menopause (when their periods stop)1 at some point in their life, some much earlier than others and some for medical reasons rather than part of their natural cycle. Perimenopause is the time leading up to menopause when women experience a...

If you suffer from hair loss you may well have done some research yourself to identify the cause of it and how you can help prevent it. However, without the guidance of a medical expert or a trichologist, you’ll likely encounter a number of myths...

Male pattern baldness – also known as androgenic alopecia – is something that can affect upwards of 50% of all men1 over the age of 50. Typically, if you experience any hair loss because of male pattern baldness it will be down to your genetics....

Stress can have notable effects on our physical and emotional wellbeing and to answer the above question in simple terms, there is a scientific link between being stressed and losing your hair. 1Indeed, it was reported by The Harvard Gazette on 31 March 2021 that...

The caffeine we find in drinks like coffee, coke and tea is widely known as a stimulant1 that can give us a little boost when we’re feeling tired. What you might not know is that there are some working theories that caffeine could also be...

Finasteride and Minoxidil are two of the most popular treatments for hair loss, according to the NHS,  particularly for men with male pattern baldness1. Both of these treatments have been around for a while now, but they work in completely different ways2. One of the most...

Going bald or experiencing dramatic hair loss is very unlikely to  happen to you overnight, unless as a result of some certain medications. It's often a long process that  can take many years and even decades.1. As such, it also means you have the opportunity to...