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Hair She Goes

As women age, several changes in their body start to happen. These factors can wreak havoc, causing hair thinning, increased hair loss, more grays, and dull-looking tresses.

Aging hair culprits are due to lower levels of estrogen and slower renewal of cells, which can cause hair to thin and fall out.

For your first defense, have a daily plan for great nutrition and exercise. Second, incorporate anti-aging hair products into your daily routine that will promote density and contribute to a more youthful appearance.

38% of women will notice hair thinning around the age of 35. And by the age of 60, around 50% to 60% of women will experience hair thinning. When this starts to happen, it is important to address it early. Use products designed for scalp health and thinning hair that add thickness and volume so follicles have a fuller look, and when used for prevention, slow the appearance of aging hair.

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If you notice hair loss on other parts of the body [besides the scalp], something more is going on.

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