Children are sensitive beings that experience emotional stress quickly through a change in the familiar surroundings. A move or a new school situation and sometimes also “only” a fight with the best friend can contribute to hair loss. Disturbances in the hormone levels of the thyroid gland can also often be observed.
In puberty a lot of things are happening in the body. The hormonal balance is being renewed and hugely extended. In this adjustment it can happen that the hair gets thinner or is increasingly lost – especially with girls between the age of 16 and 20. This kind of “diffuse” hair loss mostly affects the whole head and is increasingly visible on the contours of the face. Given that the hormon level can normally balance itself out on its own you do not have to worry. But you can have a positive impact on the process. Ensure a nutricious diet (for example with food supplement) and use a hair growth activating Shampoo. If in doubt, ask a Hair Active Expert near you or contact our specialists also by phone.