Suffering from Postpartum Hair Loss?

According to the American Pregnancy Association, 40 to 50 percent of women will experience hair loss after pregnancy. It seems a bit unfair that nature gives us our most luminous hair while we are pregnant and then makes us struggle through postpartum hair loss as we’re trying to lose the pregnancy weight! But don’t worry, ladies, postpartum hair loss is temporary and can be resolved fairly quickly. To boost healthy hair growth, try Hair Essentials!

What causes postpartum hair loss?
Is hair loss caused by postpartum hormone fluctuations reversible?
How long will I suffer through postpartum hair loss?
How much hair will I lose?
Is there anything I can do to prevent hair loss associated with a hormone imbalance?


Get Lush, Faster-Growing Hair with Hair Essentials!

The best way to combat postpartum hair loss is to nourish your body - from the inside and out. And our Hair Essentials program packs a powerful punch to quickly deliver vital nutrients to the scalp to help restore healthy hair growth and nourish thicker, stronger new hair growth. We offer three easy-to-use products that promise to revitalize your hair - and your confidence!

  • Hair Essentials is a daily supplement that enables the body to powerfully and naturally restore healthy hair growth and overcome hair loss. It is an award-winning, 100% drug-free, vegetarian, certified gluten-free and non-GMO product. Learn more
  • Fo-Ti Root Extract helps slow down hair loss, increase the rate of hair growth and restore hair to its original color. Learn more
  • Nourishing Hair Oil is a deeply moisturizing and conditioning hair and scalp treatment that penetrates the scalp to rejuvenate, repair, and revitalize the hair and follicles. Learn more


I cried every time I had to look at my hair. It was so depressing. Four weeks after starting Hair Essentials, there was shine and life to my hair again.

Svecky23 from Duluth, MN



Use shampoos and conditioners that contain biotin and silica.

The American Academy of Dermatology (AAD) suggests using volumizing shampoos and conditioners or hair products labeled for use on fine hair.


Be gentle.

Hair is fragile when it is wet, so be gentle when combing after a shower. Avoid fine tooth combs. If you need to use blow dryers and other heated hair instruments, try to use the cool setting. Use scrunchies or barrettes to put hair up, instead of rubber bands — and don't pull hair into tight 'dos.


Try a different hairstyle.

There are several hairstyles that can help to hide thinning hair after childbirth.

A bob haircut will give length down to your chin and will draw attention to your face, rather than to your hair. To make the bob look fuller, pull the hair behind your ears and fasten it with hair pins or another kind of hair fastener.

Cut your hair one length for a "blunt" look. This can be done with a razor haircut tool. Layering your hair can also make thin hair appear fuller.

Bangs add thickness to the front part of your face and work to keep the focus on your face instead of your hair.

The crop hairstyle is especially effective for women who have an oval shaped face. If you add a tapered look to a crop, you also add a youthful and soft look to the hairstyle.



Supplement your diet with Hair Essentials™.

Hair Essentials™ provides more than 20 all-natural, hair-healthy vitamins, minerals, herbs, amino acids and other nutrients that support active recovery from postpartum hair loss and nourish strong, healthy hair regrowth. While Hair Essentials can’t stop postpartum hair loss, it can help reduce inflammation, repair damaged follicles, and reinvigorate dormant ones. Its ingredients are absorbed from the digestive tract and delivered to the scalp where they quickly work to help restore healthy hair growth and nourish thicker, stronger new hair growth. Please note that pregnant and nursing women should not take Hair Essentials™.