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Food supplements and hair loss

The term “hair loss” refers to a problem which is not necessarily cause for alarm. In some cases of occasional or chronic hair loss, food supplements can offer a beneficial and effective solution to jump-start hair that is losing its vitality.

Are food supplements really an effective solution to hair loss?

The hair is very “needy” when it comes to staying healthy. It requires vitamins, amino acids and minerals to grow and stay strong. These elements play a fundamental role in the hair cycle, especially with regard to renewing the hair bulb’s cells, which divide rapidly. Physiologically speaking, a hair follicle, in order to grow effectively, goes through cellular proliferation stages that require oxygen and a number of nutritional elements supplied to the follicles by the blood capillaries in the scalp. These needs are even greater in the case of acute and chronic hair loss.  

However, our modern lifestyles sometimes fail to supply our hair with enough necessary vitamins and minerals. The result: an imbalanced diet can cause deficiencies and aggravate emerging or existing hair loss. Consulting a dermatologist or your pharmacist to diagnose the cause of your hair loss and determine the right treatment is a crucial step. It can be difficult, however, to always watch what you eat on a day to day basis. A special food supplement for hair loss, rich in vitamins and minerals, can offer a beneficial option to help manage occasional or chronic hair loss. 

What food supplements are adapted to hair loss?

Hair loss, whether occasional or chronic, can have a debilitating effect on your daily life. In addition to finding clumps of hair in the tub or on your pillow, you may notice certain areas of your scalp becoming more visible, making it a challenge to style your hair. So, what can you do? Depending on the cause, targeted food supplements are an essential weapon in the fight against hair loss. Note, however, that these capsules must always be combined with a local treatment, such as an anti-hair loss lotion, for greater efficacy.

Food supplements and occasional hair loss

If hair vitality is affected by an occasional factor like a change in season, stress, fatigue, or after a pregnancy, choose an anti-hair loss food supplement for women that contains sulfur amino acids (cysteine and methionine), vitamins B6, B8, E and PP, and iron. This blend will help strengthen the hair within one month. For optimum results, take the food supplement regularly on a daily basis for three months. Objective: stimulate growth.

Food supplements and chronic hair loss

If hair loss is impacted by chronic, hormonal (androgen) or vascular factors, opt for food supplements adapted specially for long-term conditions. These typically contain a combination of zinc, selenium, molybdenum, iron and vitamins B, C and E. Objective: to slow down hair loss.

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My anti-occasional female hair loss routine (less than 6 months)

Action against occasional hair loss (caused by stress, fatigue, post-pregnancy, changing seasons, etc.)

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Action against chronic hair loss (> 6 months)

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My anti-chronic female hair loss routine (over 6 months)

Action against chronic hair loss

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