There any several factors that cause hair volume to reduce: illness, stress, Cancer treatment, weight loss, hair extensions, menopause, pregnancy and Iron deficiency. Let us break this down…
Stressed nation: According to the Mental Health Foundation, 74% of UK adults have felt so stressed at some point in the last year they felt overwhelmed or unable to cope. Stress can cause hair loss which in turn, can cause more stress.
Covid and Long-Covid: Severe illness can lead to Telogen Effluvium (hair shedding), during the pandemic many people have suffered hair loss due to covid and long covid, and are seeking advice.
Menopausal hair loss: A lowered production of estrogen and progesterone can contribute to menopausal hair loss. Research from the independent Nuffield Health group reports approximately 13 million women in the UK are either peri or post menopausal – that’s almost one-third of the entire female population who could be looking for hair growth solutions.
Hair extensions: Customers typically keep their hair extensions in for between 2 & 4 months before having them removed, refitted or replaced. It is vital we offer the best support to the scalp and original hair to ensure extensions look their best and natural hair grows healthily.
This is where Roots Professional comes in. There is a product for each type of hair loss problem.
- For the client wanting thicker and healthier looking hair = Imperium + Power Up Topical Therapy
- For the client feeling stressed = Imperium + D Stress Topical Therapy
- For the client going through Chemo = Imperium + Care Topical Therapy
- For the client with extensions = Imperium + Power Extensions Topical Therapy
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