Causes of hair loss
Explore our articles uncovering the different causes of hair loss
Deficiencies in iron, vitamin D, C and E are common causes of hair loss. Many women have deficiencies which can be a key contributor to the decline of healthy hair. We'll cover the common deficiencies associated with hair loss, how you can test for them, and what to do if you think it’s causing your hair loss.
Postpartum hair loss is hair loss after childbirth. You may be wondering why your hair looked so thick and luscious during pregnancy, only to see it falling out after childbirth. This is very common among new mothers. We'll take you through the science behind why this happens and how you can help nourish and care for your hair during this time.
High levels of stress can directly cause hair loss. Unfortunately, modern society is plagued by high levels of stress and there are a growing number of people suffering from stress-related illnesses. We'll take you through the ways in which stress can cause hair loss, and what to do about it.
Hormone imbalances or changes can cause a number of different health issues, from rapid swings in your mood and mental state to weight gain, adult acne, fatigue etc. Hormone imbalances and changes are also a very common cause of hair loss in women. In this article we take you through the main types of hormones associated with hair loss.