Hair loss and thinning

sumentha

New Member
Hi mommies, I am a proud mother of a 3-week old baby boy. I had thick, dark, and long hair before my delivery. I was horrified to see my hair getting thinner each day after delivering my baby. My mom said it is quite natural and we tried many hair oils. It was of no use and I tried some online tips for this. I saw this blog while searching for this. [ http://inthebackyard.ca/10-beauty-products-hiding-in-your-garden/ ]. I read, using rosemary herbal rinse after shampooing would strengthen weak hair. Is this a remedy for my thin hair? Can anyone here suggest me better ideas? It would be of great help if you suggest some methods to regain the thickness of my hair.
 

Super Cute

New Member
Good news is that when your body is adjusted back it will stop. I change my diet to less acidic food. Cutting down on acidic food and increasing more alkaline food. Black beans soup minus the meat also help in the hair colour and hair lost. Be patient and eat wisely.
 

MichelleZ

New Member
Hi, sumentha, what Super Cute said is true, but depending on your genetics and other factors it might not fix by itself with just some time. If at any time you start to really worry about it I suggest you consult with a professional, it wouldn't hurt. This is what I did and I ended up getting some valuable advice. My husband went to www.follicle.com.sg for hair implants and I decided to use this opportunity for myself as well :)
 

Sky Teo

New Member
Hey Samantha, its great that you are considering natural remedies.
I have being using essential oil on my scalp and hair and the result is great.

Peppermint is great for hair growth. I use Peppermint for hair growth.
Only one drop per day
https://eunatural.com/peppermint-oil-hair-growth/

I don't use conditioner, instead, I only apply 2-3 drops of Cedarwood and my hair is smooth and not fizzy at all. Cedar wood is also very good for the scalp.

Of course the essential oil you choose is also very important. Im using Young Living essential oil.
Don't worry, not selling here.. just sharing what has worked for me.. email cupcakes13@hotmail.com if you are interested
 

Belle Sim Yee

New Member
Hi, I am new to this forum. My sister recently just gave birth and she is suffering from hair loss. She is very worried about her hair. Was wondering beside the treatments you recommend, is there any other quick resolution to hair thinning? cos she wants to see immediate result. She is worried sick. How about hair extensions? Anyone here has any experience? Some say hair extension is very bad for the hair but are there any good extensions about?
 

Sky Teo

New Member
Hi Belle, as mentioned in my earlier post, I feel it is better to consider natural remedies.

First of all, it is perfectly normal to experience hair loss after child birth due to the sudden plunge in estrogen levels after giving birth. It is more of a hormonal reaction and usually takes about a year to be back to normal.

I have had two kids and I know how scary it is!
Seeing so much Hair on the floor is shocking!

I'll be very transparent with you.
I am a Young Living member and is happy to share my experience with you.

I have previously used both Rene Furterer and Phyto Shampoo for thinning hair.
You can find both brands at Guardian and Watsons.

Of the two, Phyto works better for me. I used Phyto for close to three or even four years until I found the Lavender Mint Shampoo by Young Living. The Lavender Mint Shampoo is plant-based, safe, and absolutely no harsh chemicals. And I see many small baby hair growing after using this shampoo for 3-4 months!
Two other friends whom I recommended this shampoo to also gave me the same feedback!
Yes, it strengthen your scalp and promotes hair growth.
https://www.youngliving.com/en_SG/products/lavender-mint-daily-shampoo

Other than that, I also apply essential oil on my scalp/hair.
I use a blend of Lavender, Cedarwood and Rosemary.
Refer to this for more details : https://draxe.com/hair-thickener/

Last but not least, after addressing the external treatment, do remind your sis to be mindful of her internal health. Since hair loss after childbirth is mostly due to hormonal imbalances, it would be good if she could google for more information on what food/nutrients are needed.

If she is interested in supplements, I would highly recommend Young Living Ningxia Red and Young Living Sulfurzyme supplement.

Ningxia Red
https://www.youngliving.com/en_SG/products/ningxia-red
http://ningxiared.com

Sulfurzyme - has a combination of MSM, the protein building compound found in breast milk and Lyceum Barbarum to support the immune system and to slow down and stop body degenerative conditions such as hair loss, poor nail, skin issues, poor muscle tone, arthritis and gout.
https://www.youngliving.com/en_SG/products/sulfurzyme-capsules

If you would like to buy sulphur from the pharmacy, do be careful not to get man-made chemical sulphur.
Use only organic sulphur that is derived from plants.

Don't worry, not selling here.. just sharing what has worked for me..
I am an independent Young Living distributor and is happy to offer YL products at 10% off retail price.
You can text me at 8365-6983 or email cupcakes13@hotmail.com if you are interested.

I also have a fb page https://www.facebook.com/InnerHarmonyYL/ where I share about essential oils and health in general.
I am going to start a series of how we can use essential oil in accordance to the Traditional Chinese Medicine Wisdom! do join me if you are interested.

Hope my sharing helped!

Cheers, Sky
 

SherminMK

New Member
Hi, I am new to this forum. My sister recently just gave birth and she is suffering from hair loss. She is very worried about her hair. Was wondering beside the treatments you recommend, is there any other quick resolution to hair thinning? cos she wants to see immediate result. She is worried sick. How about hair extensions? Anyone here has any experience? Some say hair extension is very bad for the hair but are there any good extensions about?
Hi Belle

I'm a mummy of 1 and i'm facing the same problem as what your sister is facing. I even had oily scalp, dry hair due to hormone changes. But recently i encounter a product which actually helps to solve my problems for the hair loss and the products actually received quite a numbers of good reviews. Maybe if you are interested you can msg me, i can give you more details on the products
 

WOWOSG

New Member
Hi mommies, I am a proud mother of a 3-week old baby boy. I had thick, dark, and long hair before my delivery. I was horrified to see my hair getting thinner each day after delivering my baby. My mom said it is quite natural and we tried many hair oils. It was of no use and I tried some online tips for this. I saw this blog while searching for this. [ http://inthebackyard.ca/10-beauty-products-hiding-in-your-garden/ ]. I read, using rosemary herbal rinse after shampooing would strengthen weak hair. Is this a remedy for my thin hair? Can anyone here suggest me better ideas? It would be of great help if you suggest some methods to regain the thickness of my hair.
Hi Sumentha,

I have been experiencing hair loss condition until my house cleaner thought that i having cancer. haha
But recently, i found a ginger product shampoo which help me to improve on my hair fall condition. It also make my scalp not as oily as before. You can pm me if you are interested in the shampoo.
 

BeeChoo Ladies

New Member
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Our herbal treatment is chemical free, so you still can do it even when you're breastfeeding.

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Shannon Yeo

New Member
Ladies..

Hair drop is normal de. The hair that dropped was actually the dead hair that was stuck earlier on the silicone oil on our hair scalp. Silicone is one of the major reason for hairfall. When stucked, it blocks our hair scalp, causing hair not able to absorb nutrients, therefore hair dies and drop. Just like plant, wither and dies.

Me myself used to drop a lot of hair too.. dry and frizzy.. 1 of the reason is also becoz I colour my hair and rebonding many times.. but once I start this ginger shampoo, omg!! Not only my hair drop lessen, my hair also become so soft and smooth. My hair regrowth too.. I am so happy that this small little bottle help me cleared all my worries and I’m very appreciated..

Good things must share!! PM me if u r interested to find out more.. :) wash ur hair is like doing treatment on your hair..
 

shulyn

Member
I have severe hair loss problems after childbirth. Whenever I comb hair it's like a pool of hair coming off. If the scalp is well taken care of, you will see a healthier scalp which means your scalp is no longer oily = less hair fall. To be honest, I have tried many products, all claimed to be hair loss but none help. Got introduced by a friend to www.SMIB.com.sg Anti hair loss SMIB shampoo from Korea, tried for 2 months and I can see lesser hair fall. My comb is the obvious sign and it's really just a few strands than a pool of hair. As a mother, my shopping list is no longer normal shampoo. No harm trying cos their products is made of high grade calcium, one of the most important ingredients for maintaining a healthy scalp. By keeping your scalp healthy, it helps to stop hair loss.
 

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