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Navigating Postpartum Hair Loss with Rossano Ferretti Parma

What causes postpartum hair loss?

The primary instigator of postpartum hair loss is the notable shift in hormones following childbirth, which encourages more hair follicles to enter the resting phase, thereby resulting in hair loss.

 

Image of a pregnant woman with blonde, wavy hair smiling.

When does postpartum hair loss start?

Postpartum hair loss commonly manifests approximately three months after the event of childbirth. This period is characterised by an increased shedding of hair strands, a subtle reminder of the body’s intricate transition from the hormonal ebbs and flows inherent to pregnancy. Here at Rossano Ferretti Parma, with our timeless understanding of such concerns, offer our meticulously crafted hair care formulas to help alleviate the potential distress associated with this phase.

 

What does postpartum hair loss look like?

The visual cues of postpartum hair loss can vary, often unveiling themselves as a significant increase in hair shedding, a noticeable thinning around the temples, or a more widespread hair loss across the scalp. At Rossano Ferretti Parma we understand these nuances and are dedicated to offering refined hair care solutions. With a lineage rooted in the profound understanding of hair health, our product suite is tailored to guide mothers through this phase, ensuring their tresses remain resilient, voluminous, and exuding natural lustre throughout the postpartum journey. Here can find out more about hair loss causes and prevention.

 

Image of Rossano Ferretti Parma's Vita rejuvenating serum.When does postpartum hair loss stop?

The precise duration of postpartum hair loss is largely individual, generally spanning between six to twelve months post childbirth. This transition is emblematic of the hair’s shift from the anagen or growth phase, to the telogen or resting phase. Our Vita Rejuvenating Serum is uniquely engineered to stimulate the hair’s return to the anagen phase, thereby promoting the restoration of natural volume and thickness.

Typically, the cessation of postpartum hair loss aligns with the baby’s first birthday. However, external factors such as stress, nutritional habits, and general health can greatly influence this timeline.

 

What helps postpartum hair loss?

Promoting overall wellbeing is paramount when navigating postpartum hair loss. Balanced nutrition, regular physical activity, and sufficient rest are key. Complementing this, the use of superior hair care products can yield substantial benefits. The aforementioned Rossano Ferretti Parma Vita Rejuvenating Serum, imbued with nutrient-rich and revitalising elements, aids in restoring the hair’s radiance and vigour by stimulating the scalp and plumping up strands, thereby offering a compelling solution to this transitional period. Our Hair Artists also suggest the Grandioso Volumising Collection, an esteemed hair routine crafted for the specific needs of fine or flat hair, to boost hair body, bounce and vitality for a fuller and more voluminous look. This is ideal whilst your hair works to naturally regenerate and regrow.

Image of Rossano Ferretti Parma's Grandioso volumising routine with the extra volume shampoo, the volumising conditioner and the volumaising spray.

Our Hair Artists also recommend reducing how often you apply heat to your hair, and taking extra care when brushing, shampooing and applying products. Remember to nurture your hair and be gentle just as you do with your skin. There are a number of ways you can enhance and embrace the natural beauty of your hair, for instance, creating heatless beach waves.

 

To conclude

As you embark on your unique postpartum journey, take solace in the knowledge that Rossano Ferretti Parma’s luxurious hair care solutions are tailored to assist during this transition. Our commitment to you is to facilitate an experience of beauty, indulgence, and self-confidence that mirrors the grandeur of motherhood itself.