You typically lose 50 to 100 hairs a day. However because new hair is growing in at the same time it's barely noticeable. Hair loss occurs when new hair doesn't replace the hair that has fallen out. Our range of science backed award winning hair loss products help to counteract the effects of hair loss, promote hair growth, and leave you with shinier, stronger hair.
Hair loss is a completely normal thing and the first thing to realise is that you are not alone. Hair thinning is definitely nothing to fear and there are loads of ways to get on top of it, feel CENTRED and take back control of your hair.
Stress and Hair Loss
Stress can be very harsh on the hair. Our biggest tip for preventing and managing hair loss is to prioritise self care by reducing stress and improving nutrition. For hair to thrive, it needs to be kept in its active growth phase for as long as possible, no interruptions, no interferences. Just as stress is an obstacle in our day to day lives, it is an obstacle for your hair growth cycle.
Seasonal hair loss
Seasonal hair loss can appear at any time in your life, even if you have never been affected before. Help slow it down by adopting some simple, daily habits and pay attention to the products you use. Go for products that are gentle and natural. Start by making sure to use sulphate and silicone free shampoo and conditioner.
Lockdown Hair Loss
Preventing hair loss has everything to do with keeping your individual hair follicles in their "active growth phase' for as long as possible. What does this mean? Hair basically grows in phases. The Anagen stage, Catagen stage and Telogen stage. Understanding these phases of the growth cycle of hair can help to maximise hair growths potential.
Male Pattern Hair Loss
If you are in your twenties and worried you may be predisposed to follicle sensitivity, there are many natural things you can do to help prevent the onset by taking care of your scalp and staying healthy. Diet and mindset play a big role in hair loss. Lack of nutrition and long term stress make the matter infinitely worse.