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What to Do About Hair Loss

Those of us who birthed babies probably remember losing fistfuls of hair in the shower those days and weeks after delivery. Why? Hormonal upheaval. Now, decades later, our hormones are going crazy again, and for many of us, hair loss (and lack of luster) is back again with a vengeance. What to do? Venting about it surely helps; especially reflecting on/fessing up about how much our hair plays with our sense of identity (long & lush = sexy?). But Woolfers also have some good advice about ways to combat thinning locks.

Viviscal

This one requires a bit of patience, but its one of Nina’s favorites and works great in combination with our next pick.

Biotin

I mean, who can resist “Gummies with Benefits”?

Rogaine

Rogaine works for many, and some women have had better success with Rogaine for Men.

Collagen

Collagen supplements have an army of devotees, with these as the top contenders: Vital Proteins Marine CollagenResVitale Collagen Enhance, and Ceramides.

Thickening Mousse

Those looking for even more oomph upon styling swear by this thickening mousse by Bumble & Bumble.

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Stephanie Staal and Nina Collins have worked together and adored each other since 1994 when they were both babies in the world of book publishing. Stephanie is a lawyer, journalist, & author of READING WOMEN, and Nina is the founder of "What Would Virginia Woolf Do?"