Although there are people with a lot luck Having a strong and immovable mane, most of us quickly accuse in the hair any imbalance in food, a bad streak of stress or a significant hormonal fluctuation. In fact, one of the most feared of women is the postpartum, when changes in body chemistry, lack of sleep, nerves and lack of iron or zinc cause us to lose shine, volume and nerve in the hair. Specialists warn that it is a transitory situation that resolves itself with an adequate lifestyle, but we can help our body with appropriate treatment products. As Rosie Hungtinton-Whiteley did.
The British actress and model was mother two and a half years ago of his first son, Jack Oscar. It does not have a particularly dense mane. In fact, it always has layered cuts and coloring jobs that optically provide a volume extra. Therefore, he paid considerable attention to the issue of hair loss in the final stretch of pregnancy and after delivery. "Right now I am trying to recover his healthy appearance letting it grow, "he admitted in an interview in the British edition of the magazine 'Glamor'." After pregnancy I was very brittle and frizzy. "
The experience of Rosie Huntington-Whiteley It is that of the majority: experts confirm that between 50 and 60 percent of women suffer from this deterioration of the hair after delivery. The no model option punish Hair with too many chemicals is the right one: better forget about dyeing. In addition, she resorted to a shampoo that gave her an extra nutrition that helped her a lot: Aloe Vera Hydrating Shampoo Christophe Robin, available in Sephora for around 25 euros.
The shampoo is composed of 98.6% natural ingredients and includes aloe vera, a true concentrate of nutrients and vitamins with moisturizing and soothing properties. To alternate and not tire the hair, Rosie Huntington-Whiteley turn to another shampoo ten: the Bain Satin 2 from Kérastase, a nutrition bath for dry and sensitized hair that regains flexibility and increases the nutrition. Very good remain.