Do Hair-Growth Treatments Actually Work For Stress-Related Hair Loss?

Do Hair-Growth Treatments Actually Work For Stress-Related Hair Loss?

Stress-related hair loss and thinning, particularly in the time of COVID-19, is something many people face but isn’t discussed enough. Products by brands such as Vegamour and Nutrafol are trending wildly these days, promising thicker, healthier hair in just a few months. But they aren’t cheap, and do they even work? We interviewed dermatologists to



Stress-related hair loss and thinning, particularly in the time of COVID-19, is something many people face but isn’t discussed enough. Products by brands such as Vegamour and Nutrafol are trending wildly these days, promising thicker, healthier hair in just a few months. But they aren’t cheap, and do they even work? We interviewed dermatologists to get their insight on the most popular hair regrowth products on the market right now.

When it comes to choosing a product or combination of products to address hair loss (from supplements to topical treatments), consulting a board-certified dermatologist is a key first step.

“Hair loss is what we train for and treat all the time,” Lilly-Rose Paraskevas, founder and medical director of Rose Dermatology, told HuffPost. “Although not all of us may do hair transplant surgery, we all see, diagnose and treat all types of hair loss.”

The most common type of hair loss is pattern hair loss, which is also known as male pattern or female pattern hair loss, Paraskevas said. This likely isn’t what you’re experiencing if you have stress-related hair thinning.

“[Pattern hair loss] is the diminution of thick terminal hair to fine…



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