HOW I MANAGED TO GET RID OF THE PROBLEM OF HAIR LOSS

Article written by Maddy, reader of the HappyAmy blog. I’ve been talking to her about hair loss over the last year, so I asked her to share her experience with my readers, because I know a lot of people face this problem. It is among the people who have managed to find a remedy against hair loss, this being possible with the help of a dermatologist. I invite you to read the article if you are interested in finding out her story.🙂

Through the internet, I have “known” Amalia for more than a year and I corresponded on a common topic, hair loss. She asked me to write an article on her blog about my experience with hair (or, rather, about how it left my scalp and what I did about it) so I hope to be of use to you with this information.

HOW I MANAGED TO GET RID OF THE PROBLEM OF HAIR LOSS

First of all, it is normal to lose a certain number of hairs every day. There are periods during a year in which the hair falls out more (spring, autumn). Hair can fall out after intense periods of stress, illness, fatigue, etc. Hair generally falls out after a birth, after you have enjoyed a glorious hair adornment during pregnancy.

If, however, months pass, a year passes, your hair still falls out, don’t do like me and don’t waste time and money trying all kinds of pills at random, all kinds of dermato-cosmetics, all kinds of tinctures and natural preparations, but go to a dermatologist. Hair loss can have a number of causes and only a doctor can determine the real cause and give you proper treatment. As a practical tip, find a dermatologist who works with the Insurance House, so as an insured, you do not pay for the consultation if you go with a referral from your family doctor and health card. It will cost a lot of treatment!

After more than a year of fooling myself with all sorts of remedies, despair had reached its peak, at one point I even made myself a hair mask from egg and olive oil that flowed slowly on my * I estimate that I was left with half my hair, but the good part was that I didn’t have bald areas, where my hair was completely missing. I was ashamed of my sparse, thin hair, I only wore it tied in an anemic ponytail.

When I arrived at the dermatologist, at the end of 2017, he told me that the treatment would be lasting (over a year) and since then I stick to it: 2% Alopexy solution, Novophane pills, special shampoo, if necessary I apply other solutions on the scalp for a month, visits once every 2-3 months.

I followed the treatment exactly and I did not aggress the hair with the straightener or the curler. I never tie my hair very tightly in a ponytail. I always use conditioner after shampooing so I can handle wet hair more easily. I no longer use hair mousse or hairspray to not overload it (in addition to the scalp solution), but I use hair oil for tips. The dye I use has no ammonia and I don’t bleach my hair. I don’t even dry my hair with a brush so I don’t pull on my hair. As a summary, I made my life as easy as possible.

The improvements are visible, the hair looks good, falls within normal limits, I dye it once every 3 months, but the treatment continues. For those who face this problem, my only advice is to go to a dermatologist. Don’t waste time, hair and money waiting to pass by yourself or with a “miracle” product!

* I do not disregard natural remedies but I do not prefer them either.

Thanks again, Maddy, for this article, and I hope to hear from you again!

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