Thinning Hair? Hair Loss? You’re not alone – 30+ Million women suffer from hair loss & thinning hair


You’re washing your hair, and instead of the few strands that normally come out as you’re rinsing, you have gobs of hair in the drain. Or maybe you’re brushing out your tresses and you’re noticing way more came out of the brush than is normal for you.

You might be experiencing hair loss, which is more common in women than you might think. It can depend on a variety of factors, and if your hair was thin to begin with, it’s important to know what you can do about this issue.

Facts about your hair

Hair falls out naturally. In fact, it goes through a life cycle made up of three different phases – anagen, catagen and telogen, according to WebMD.com. At any given moment, about 90 percent of your hair is in the anagen phase, which is when it grows. This can last anywhere between 2 and 9 years before the hair enters the catagen phase, which is the two to three weeks when the follicle shrinks, then the telogen phase, when the hair rests. The average person loses between 50 and 250 strands of hair each day, which doesn’t amount to much if you have a normal head of millions of hairs.

You’ll know when you’re losing too much hair. You’ll see it on your pillow when you wake up in the morning, and on your brush when you style your hair. You might even notice that your hair feels thinner. So, is it a problem? The most common cause of hair loss in women is called androgenetic alopecia, also known as hereditary hair loss. Unfortunately, the same genes that gave you that stunning smile and great personality also left you with thinning hair.

Even if you’re perfectly healthy, it doesn’t make hair loss any more enjoyable. If you wish your hair was thicker or fuller, your best bet is to start a hair care regimen designed to regrow and strengthen hair.

If you need to regrow your hair, the Keranique Hair Regrowth Treatment contains minoxidil, which is the only medication approved by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration for treat female hair loss. The U.S. National Library of Public Medicine reports women should use products that have 2 percent concentration of this ingredient, which has been found to help regrow hair in about in every four or five women. It has also been proven to slow or stop hair loss in most women.

If you want to add volume, thicken your hair, strengthen the hair and prevent breakage, you can do this by switching to a shampoo and conditioner with keratin in it – this is a protein that makes your strands strong and lustrous. Keranique Volumizing Shampoo & Conditioner is the perfect solution for anyone suffering with thinning hair.

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One comment on “Thinning Hair? Hair Loss? You’re not alone – 30+ Million women suffer from hair loss & thinning hair
  1. Cara says:

    A good read. I agree that foaming agents cause more harm than the promised good of cleaning our hair. You can enjoy Keranique..

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