Hair follicles are very delicate and can be affected by a number of things including puberty, pregnancy or menopause. Hair after an experience such as pregnancy can become noticeably different, to look on the bright sight it will almost always grow back to a full head of hair and be healthly. You may find that your once wavy hair becomes a bounty full head of ringlets for example.
During pregnancy, increased estrogen levels bring changes to your hair. It’s good to note that hair replacement continues as it normally would after hormone levels become stable again. As hormones stabilize, the normal hair cycles usually return, this is usually about three months after you give birth. The telogen phase, where hair falls out should start to end then and hair will start to thicken again with a healthly amount of hair loss when washed.
How to care for hair after Pregnancy:
Use ultra-delicate and natural products which will encourage hair replenishment and growth. Brands which tend to have these ingredients in are formulated for babies such as Original Sprout or Johnson’s baby natural. At every stage of your recovery your hair will grow in different thicknesses, getting your hair trimmed every 6 weeks will makes sure your hair is always growing at its thickest and best.