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Best Shampoo For Postpartum Hair Loss

Best Shampoo For Postpartum Hair Loss

During your pregnancy, you experienced amazing, shiny, strong, voluminous hair? And now after giving birth your hair started becoming more brittle and you experienced the harsh reality of postpartum hair loss? You are not alone! Almost everyone I know went through this and it is hard to see so much hair come out every time you shower. After looking at many, many shampoos out there, we curated our top picks to help find you the best shampoo for postpartum hair loss for you!

Why is the shampoo you use important? It goes without saying that a shampoo alone will not cure hair loss of any kind. This hair loss is mainly hormonal and your hormones need to balance out again, but you can still aid in the recovery. A healthy lifestyle with a healthy diet and making sure you get all the vitamins you need help. The products you use are important to keep your scalp clean and healthy and can make your hair grow better and look fuller. You want to avoid harmful ingredients in your hair care routine. Also, be especially careful with colored hair or if you already tend to have damaged split ends.

PURA D’OR Anti-Thinning Biotin Shampoo & Conditioner Set

This thickening shampoo has no sulfates or parabens. It has been my go to and I will continue to use it because it has worked wonders for my hair loss. It gives you healthier hair as well as better scalp health. The shampoo does make the hair feel a bit stiff but the conditioner makes it silky smooth. It’s also a DHT blocker which can help slow down hair loss. There are so many natural ingredients in this like organic argan oil, vitamin e oil, tea tree oil that promote hair growth.

Briogeo Blossom & Bloom

An amazing volumizing shampoo that thickens and strengthens your hair from top to bottom with biotin. Ginseng promotes blood flow to the scalp and helps with hair follicle health. Moms are loving it for making their hair look fuller and with a healthy shine. Also, no sulfates or parabens.

Sheamoisture Strengthen and Restore Shampoo

I’ve loved their products for a long time and have also had great experience with this shampoo. Castor oil and shea butter are great ingredients to help strengthen thinning hair as well as damaged hair. If you want to promote healthy hair growth, this is perfect for you. Also, if you have color treated hair I can recommend it highly to nurture it. No sulfates or parabens. This one is amazing for any hair type!

Avalon Organics Thickening Shampoo

Another favorite among the best shampoos for postpartum hair is this shampoo is made with organic botanicals and essential oils. Some mom friends confirm that it is great for fine hair! Ingredients include biotin, saw palmetto, quinoa protein and vitamin E. Again, no sulfates or parabens. With consistent use you will see it prevent breakage.

Hair Restoration Laboratories Shampoo and Conditioner

This is also a DHT blocker, which affects the hair cycle and can slow down fallout. It’s a good option for new moms who want fuller hair and better hair health. It has great ingredients like biotin, pumpkin seed oil, caffeine and rosemary oil. It’s of course also sulfate and paraben free.

More ways to help prevent postpartum hair loss?

Prenatal Vitamins

While it is important what you put into your body as in your diet, some vitamins are harder to come by. We don’t want nutritional deficiencies that might cause hair fall and excessive shedding. Just like most see the advantages of taking vitamins before pregnancy, you can see them after, too. They can help balance your hormone levels, which is really the main reason for thin hair in your postpartum period.

Scalp Massage

So many people have told me about scalp massagers and I have grown to make it a routine before showering. Add an coconut oil mixture with rosemary oil in it for even better results. It promotes blood circulation to your scalp, which helps to have hair follicles and with that hair growth. This is great in general but especially for help with postpartum hair.

Finding The Best Time To Wash

We all have natural oils that build up. Now you might be more prone to a dry scalp or oily scalp but depending on that you might want to experiment with putting oils in before your wash as well as test how often you can wash. While there has been a trend to people trying to wash their hair less often, it doesn’t work for everyone. Especially if you’re using a lot of other products in your hair for styling.

Overall, you need to look at what your hair responds to. I know, it can be hard to try different things. We wish there was one fix all to have our normal fullness back right away but things take time, at least try new things for a few months.

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