Does weight loss cause hair loss? Weight reduction relies on a decreased caloric intake but a lack in nutrients can ultimately cause hair loss. Inadequate nutrients starves follicles and deprives them of nourishment, which eventually makes hair fall.
Female Hair Loss Influencer, Kim Dubs, discusses her hair loss journey with us in this comprehensive interview.
Hair loss is a common complaint from women on a ketogenic (keto) diet. However, there is much more at play, it’s not the diet alone that is causing the hair loss. It is important to look to your underlying health. There are many underlying causes that could be involved, yet prior to the keto diet, were not causing hair loss. The reason for this is that the sudden weight loss that is common in the keto diet can...
Switching to a plant based diet and vegan friendly hair care products, can benefit both hair and scalp health. Most supermarket shampoos and conditioners include parabens and sulphates. These unnecessary chemicals help make the shampoo last longer and create the lather effect, but in fact can be quite detrimental to hair.
In 2007, a German study showed some evidence that caffeine was able to stimulate hair follicles and activate hair growth under laboratory conditions. This prompted the production of various caffeine-based shampoos, including Alepecin, which claim to aid hair growth, but do caffeine shampoos actually help to grow hair?
Dry shampoo is not good for your hair. It can cause dry, brittle strands and among a host of other negative side effects, it can clog your pores and suffocate your follicles. If you are a women with thinning hair, then it is a very common misconception that washing your hair every day results in more hair loss. This is not true and using a dry shampoo to avoid daily hair washing is doing so much more damage than washing it more frequently could ever do.