Beauty tips: An Irish product to combat hair loss

The Densifying range from Irish-based brand Viviscal encourages hair growth

Viviscal Densifying

Viviscal Densifying

 

Eimear Hutchinson blogs at thetwodarlings.com

There are plenty of reasons why people’s hair can thin or fall out, and it can happen at different life stages. Stress, age, pregnancy, diet and overuse of styling products can all upset our hair. I experienced almost shocking amounts of hair loss about three months after having a baby, just when I thought I had everything under control.

If you overuse hairdryers, straighteners, curling irons or dye, limiting the use of these tools and products is the only way to curb the damage.

In men, poor diet and stress can cause hair loss, as well as hereditary factors.

Viviscal is the number one hair-growth supplement in the United States: not bad for an Irish-based brand. Viviscal is part of Lifes2good, a company that was set up by James Murphy in 1997. It employs 55 people at its headquarters in Galway. Its new Densifying range is great for those with thin hair, as it encourages hair growth and reduces the amount of hair that falls out.

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