It’s a frightening change and one that is hard to get used to. You wake up and there are a few strands on the pillow. In the shower, more are swirling down the drain. When you brush or blow dry and there are even more.

There’s no two ways about it… hair loss is hard! And honestly, nothing anyone can say will change that.

And this is not a new problem. We have been dealing with hair loss forever and can trace back in history when this same problem was dealt with in the late 1600’s when wigs were invented. They quickly became the norm in many European countries, changed fashion, and even became a status symbol. They were so popular that many people chose to shave their heads (hair loss or not) to make it easier to get in and out of their wigs!

Over time, and after the wig craze died down, many men who were balding simply shaved it all off, a style that became timeless. However, it has not always been as easy for women. In days past, dealing with hair loss included ‘tonics’ and ‘cure-alls’ that did not help. When wigs and wiglets returned briefly in the 1950’s and early 1960’s, they quickly became part of fashion again and were a tremendous relief for women battling this change.

These days, wigs and weaves are used less often and going natural is the preferred style, making it harder for some women to hide their thinning or balding hair.

Hair loss problemThere are many reasons for hair loss or thinning hair. Some include:

  • Illness
  • Infection
  • Reactions to medications or chemicals
  • Family history
  • Stress
  • Poor diet
  • Aging
  • Overuse of hair dyes and chemical processing.

No matter the cause, it’s still heartbreaking to watch the sink fill with falling hair and things are not made easier when we are inundated with images of women’s long thick “perfect” hair in the media.

Everyone is different. Some people’s hair starts to thin out slowly and with a few hair products, the right hair color and style, you can create an illusion of thicker hair. For others, bald patches appear that are sometimes harder to hide.

For some women, their hair loss can cause deep depression and make them feel less beautiful; some blame themselves, furthering the negativity.

No matter what the cause of your thinning hair, please remember a few things:

  • We are more than the number of hair follicles on our head!
  • Our beauty is not, nor will it ever be, defined by our hair alone.
  • You are not the only person dealing with this.
  • No matter the reason for your hair loss, you are too strong to let your hair get you down!

If you are looking to make a change, we encourage you to research your options and consider Keranique, a product resulting from years of research to find the right formula that actually works to regrow hair. But no matter what, you are and always will be beautiful, because beauty is grown from the inside out!

To learn more, visit Keranique, at HSN.

2 thoughts on “Please Don’t Leave Me

    • Keranique Hair says:

      In certain types of hair loss, a combination of heredity, hormones, and age causes a progressive shrinking, or miniaturization, of the hair follicles in your scalp. This can shorten the hair’s growing cycle. Over time, as the active growth phase becomes shorter, the resting phase becomes longer. Eventually, there may be no growth at all. Researchers believe that this FDA-approved ingredient works in part by helping to reverse the miniaturization process. By enlarging miniaturized follicles, the growth phase of the hair cycle is prolonged, allowing the hair to become longer and thicker-looking. It may also work as a vasodilator to help stimulate blood flow in the scalp in order to get more nutrients delivered to the follicles. With more follicles receiving more nutrients and more in the growth phase at the same time, it is possible to see improved coverage of the scalp.

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