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The Realities of Female Hair Loss

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From the pigtails we wore as grader schoolers to the crimped out messes of the 80s. From the ‘Rachel’ style of our college years to the lobs and ombre we’re sporting today, women have always had a complicated relationship with hair.

A full head of beautiful hair is associated it with femininity, youthfulness and beauty. And as much as we would all love to be ‘above it’, many of our own identities are wrapped up in our hair.

So when something threatens that symbol of who we are, it’s understandable that many of us become self-conscious.

On average a person will lose up to 100 hairs a day—you’ll see them in your brush, on your clothes and left behind on your pillow. This is completely normal. It’s part of your hair going through its normal cycle of growing, shedding and resting.

But did you know that almost 40% of women will experience some degree of hair loss over their lifetime?

During the cycle of hair growth, hairs will grow for a few years; hairs then rest for a few months, shed and regrow. Telogen is the term for the resting stage. When a woman goes through Telogen Effluvium, it means she is experiencing excessive hair loss due to the hair roots being pushed into a premature resting state.

While it sounds very scary—don’t most medical terms?—Telogen Effluvium is a temporary condition that is caused by something busy moms are all too familiar with—stress, of course. It can also be triggered by medications, an unbalanced diet, seasonal changes, hormone changes, and any recent surgery or trauma. But because it affects all age groups, stress is the leading cause of Telogen Effluvium.

Thankfully, it isn’t a sign of a larger health issue in most cases and there is a simple, effective over-the-counter treatment.

Tricovel is Europe’s #1 over-the-counter product that decreases the hair loss women experience from Telogen Effluvium. By taking one tablet a day, for two months, you’ll start to see a noticeable difference in the volume of your hair and a decrease in hair loss.

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The stats speak for themselves—after two months, women see a 75.7% decrease in hair loss after washing, a 20.2% increase of hair bulbs in the growing phase and a 57.8% increase in the diameter of the hair shaft.

You’ll stop losing hair, start growing more hair and see an increase in your hair’s volume in as little as two months. Tricovel continues to work for 1 month even after you stop taking it. You can repeat the two month cycle as often as needed.

Sounds too easy, right? That’s thanks to Biogenina—the patented formulation that actually helps to provide nutrients to your scalp and hair. This safe and natural active ingredient fights against Telogen Effluvium by contributing to normal hair structure and growth

In two months, you’ll see a marked difference in the fullness of your hair. So grab that hair brush and shampoo without a second thought—you’ve got it covered.

This post was sponsored by Tricovel, but the opinions expressed are our own.

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