Hair loss in Women

There are various reasons for hair loss in women. This can include; genetic hair loss, hair loss due to stress, illness, autoimmune disease, or medication use. Continue reading for further explanation and discover which treatment suits you best.

70% of women experience hair loss

Many women experience hair loss sooner or later. The percentage increases with age; as much as 20% of women in their twenties already deal with bald spots, varying partings, or thinning hair due to hair loss.

Eventually, 70% of women will experience it. So, you're certainly not alone, but that doesn't make it any less bothersome. The good news: in many cases, there's something you can do about it!

 On this page, we're happy to provide you with more information. Still not sure about the best solution for you? Then take the quiz.

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Androgenetic Alopecia

Genetic hair loss in women is common. You can recognize it by:

  • The center parting is becoming wider.
  • The hair is thinning on top of the head, just after the hairline.
  • Thinner/less hair in the temples.

Genetic hair loss (Androgenetic Alopecia) is the most common form of hair loss in women of all ages. The extent of hair loss and whether you experience it are determined by genetic predisposition. As you age, the likelihood of hereditary hair loss increases, especially during menopause.

Find out more about the treatment for Androgenetic Alopecia here.

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Telogeen Effluvium

Telogen Effluvium is hair loss due to stress, illness, medication use, or hormonal changes, and it is recognized by

  • Sudden hair loss.
  • Limp and thinning hair (no longer a full ponytail).
  • No bald spots.

(Chronic) illnesses, excessive stress, or medication use can cause hair loss. For example, thyroid problems are often associated with hair loss. Some medications can also lead to hair loss.

Changes in hormonal balance, such as during pregnancy, menopause, or when starting or stopping contraception, can cause hair loss in about half of women. This is because more hair enters the resting phase, leading to hair loss. Early awareness can reduce hair loss and stimulate hair growth.

Find out more about the treatment for Telogen Effluvium here.

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Alopecia Areata

Alopecia Areata is an autoimmune disease and often begins with small bald spots on the head. You can recognize it by;

  • Sudden hair loss in round or oval spots.
  • This can also occur on other parts of the body.
  • Can largely recover on its own.

Alopecia Areata causes sudden hair loss on specific parts of the scalp, ranging from half an inch to several centimeters in diameter. While hair typically regrows on its own for most people, the recovery process and the appearance of new bald spots can vary.

Our products are not specifically designed for Alopecia Areata, but they do promote hair growth. Explore our treatment for Alopecia Areata if you are experiencing this condition.

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Alopecia Androgenetica 

Genetic hair loss in women is common. You can recognize it by:

  • The center parting is becoming wider.
  • The hair is thinning on top of the head, just after the hairline.
  • Thinner/less hair in the temples.

Genetic hair loss (Androgenetic Alopecia) is the most common form of hair loss in women of all ages. The extent of hair loss and whether you experience it are determined by genetic predisposition.

As you age, the likelihood of hereditary hair loss increases, especially during menopause.Find out more about the treatment for Androgenetic Alopecia here.

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Telogeen Effluvium 

Telogen Effluvium is hair loss due to stress, illness, medication use, or hormonal changes, and it is recognized by

  • Sudden hair loss.
  • Limp and thinning hair (no longer a full ponytail).
  • No bald spots.

(Chronic) illnesses, excessive stress, or medication use can cause hair loss. For example, thyroid problems are often associated with hair loss. Some medications can also lead to hair loss.

Changes in hormonal balance, such as during pregnancy, menopause, or when starting or stopping contraception, can cause hair loss in about half of women. This is because more hair enters the resting phase, leading to hair loss. Early awareness can reduce hair loss and stimulate hair growth.

Find out more about the treatment for Telogen Effluvium here.

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Alopecia Areata 

Alopecia Areata is an autoimmune disease and often begins with small bald spots on the head. You can recognize it by;

  • Sudden hair loss in round or oval spots.
  • This can also occur on other parts of the body.
  • Can largely recover on its own.

Alopecia Areata causes sudden hair loss on specific parts of the scalp, ranging from half an inch to several centimeters in diameter. While hair typically regrows on its own for most people, the recovery process and the appearance of new bald spots can vary.

 Our products are not specifically designed for Alopecia Areata, but they do promote hair growth. Explore our treatment for Alopecia Areata if you are experiencing this condition.

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