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Menopause And Hair Loss: 4 Tips To Come Out On Top

15 January 2020

Just because your hormones are changing, doesn’t mean your hair has to- after all, menopause and hair loss are not mutually exclusive. Yup, you read that right- menopause may have an effect on your hair, but with the right advice, you can make sure you stay on top of it. Here’s exactly what you need to know about caring for your menopausal hair. Here’s to beautiful hair at every age!

Menopause And Hair Loss: What To Know

 Menopause affects every woman differently, so there’s no one common symptom that unites us. However, when it comes to menopause hair changes, you should be keeping an eye out for menopause hair loss, hair thinning, and dry brittle locks.

 What’s causing hair loss during menopause is also sometimes tricky to nail down- it can be caused by a variety of different reasons such as genetics, poor nutrition, medicines, stress and hormonal problems. It’s a safe bet to assume that the main cause of hair changes during menopause is hormonal-related, which brings us one step closer to treating it. So if you’ve noticed a change in your strands, now’s the time to act to get on top of hair loss during menopause!



What To Do For Your Hair If You’re Experiencing Menopause and Hair Loss

Tip 1: Consult A Pro

To get your locks back on track, it’s always a good idea to get some outside help. Your stylist will be able to provide a diagnosis on your hair loss, and you’ll have a chance to chat about what options you have to treat it. One such miracle treatment is L’Oréal Professionnel In-Salon Serioxyl kit, the first step on the journey towards fuller, denser locks.

Tip 2: Start The Treatment

With the hard work out of the way, now’s the time to sit back and relax. Your stylist will apply a cleansing scalp treatment to your scalp, which is designed to gently remove impurities which have a nasty habit of clogging up the hair follicles. Next up is an in-salon shampoo based on whether you’re rocking your natural colour or something dyed. Containing glycolic acid, it softly and effectively cleanses the scalp, an important step in the fight against menopause hair changes.

Tip 3: Take The Treatment Home

Once the treatment is completed in-salon, it’s important to continue with it at home for maximum results. Pros recommend using L’Oréal Professionnel Serioxyl Denser Hair which contains 5% stemoxydine. All you need to know about this powerful ingredient is that it stimulates hair growth  when activated by Resvératrol, an antioxidant. Designed for thin and fine hair, this treatment helps to increase hair density, by bringing the hair back to life. As a bonus pro tip, apply a few drops to your scalp before bed, gently massaging them in for full effect. A simple trick to wake up to fuller hair within 3 months- you can thank us later.

 Additionally, if you’re serious about seeing results, try L’Oréal Professionnel Serioxyl Thicker Hair SerumWe’re big fans of hair serums, especially ones that give you noticeably thicker-looking hair. This serum also helps to strengthen your locks, vital for growing healthier hair. Say it with us now: this is how you bring your locks back to life.

Tip 4: Keep Up The Routine

t’s very important that you continue the treatment at home, in order for the hair loss menopause treatment to really be effective. Remember: good things come to those who wait, so by keeping up with your home treatments, you’ll start noticing a difference. 3 months is all it takes to bring back strength and density to your locks. Being habitual has its rewards!




What The At-Home Menopause Hair Loss Treatment Contains

 We’ve been told by those-in-the-know that the thickening at-home treatments include different treatments designed to target hair loss in the most effective way. Your ideal routine therefore should go a little something like this:


Start with the right shampoo

If your hair colour is natural, opt for L’Oréal Professionnel Serioxyl Natural Hair Shampoo help to clarify and strengthen your locks. If your hair is coloured, don’t think we’ve forgotten about you. Try L’Oréal Professionnel Serioxyl Coloured Hair Shampoo.Designed to respect your coloured locks, this clarifying shampoo is the right fit for anyone looking to add density and protection to their thin, fine tresses.


Follow up with the right conditioner

Once you’ve finished with the washing, try L’Oréal Professionnel Serioxyl Thickening and Detangling Conditioner. Suitable for sensitive scalps, this conditioner helps thicken your locks without weighing them down- music to the ears of those with fine, thin hair!


Choose your styling products wisely

When it comes to styling your locks, we’ve got you covered on getting all the density you need, specifically for your shade. Find the right L’Oréal Professionnel Serioxyl Volumising Spray just for your colour, and say hello to full body results that speak volumes.


Break up with menopause and hair loss with this specifically formulated treatment, and wave thin, fine locks goodbye for good.

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