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What about hair loss?

Fight against hair loss
Fight against hair loss

Hypothyroidism is such a disease that affects the whole body including hair loss. My thyroid variant is nasty because there are better and worse days regardless of the dose of medication.

I struggle with hair loss several times a year, this phenomenon intensifies before autumn and spring, which is why I have been fighting for 3 weeks. It cannot be hidden that it is getting more and more autumn outside the windows, and my body felt like clockwork was approaching the fall of hair falling from my head.

Over the years of fighting hypothyroidism, I have found several products that normalize this process for me.


Amla is my huge ally when it comes to fighting hair loss. I use two versions of this plant - powdered in the form of a mask and amla oil, which I usually apply at the weekend for the whole day and night (for the entire length of the hair). In the morning I wash my hair with Sylveco oatmeal shampoo. Remember not to wash the oil off with SLS shampoo, because this is pointless.

A gentle shampoo

I have been using O'herbal arnica shampoo for the last month. Unfortunately, I have the impression that it has compounded hair loss even more. It was the same when using Alterra shampoos - my hair fell out with double strength.
That's why I came back to Sylvevo wheat-oat shampoowhich has so far worked best on my hair.


Nothing works as well for hair loss as treatments Darsonvalem. I use this device once a week - I comb my dry hair with a comb comb for about 15 minutes. It's important to use it regularly when using Darsonval. We will see the effects after some time.


Once a week, I put amla powder on my hair and the next day a mask (currently Biovax for weak and prone to hair loss). The mask is best applied on 30 minutes with a thermo cap, which is designed to maintain the correct temperature to support the operation of the mask. I have been using Biovax masks for a long time and have never let me down. They are denser than the Bania Agafia masks, which is why they are much more efficient.

Silica tea

It's an effective way and cheap. For herbs, however, keep in mind that regularity is key here. We drink tea 2 x a day. After a month, the first effects are already visible - the hair is strengthened and falls out less. Silica tea can be bought at health food and herbal stores.


  1. Avatar shauni 30 October 2016 / 11: 04

    Oh, very useful post that I have to show my mother. Unfortunately, she also suffers from hypothyroidism and terrible hair loss. Maybe one of the products on this list will turn out to be a hit. 🙂

  2. Avatar Magdalena Moczulska 30 October 2016 / 10: 40

    My hair fell out at some point after pregnancy. Fortunately, they have already stopped. I tried the jantar, but I have it so thick that I thought it was without sanesu

  3. Avatar Mygorgeouslife _com 30 October 2016 / 10: 31

    It's nice that I came across your post :) It will be useful to me, because in the fall with hair loss for me it is a nightmare :(

    • Avatar [Email protected] 30 October 2016 / 10: 53

      It also intensifies in autumn and spring, although due to hypothyroidism a lot flew to me regardless of the season ...

  4. Avatar Marta Kraszewska 18 October 2016 / 17: 01

    I need to buy an amle and biovax mask. In general, I have heard a lot of positive opinions about Biovax.

    • Avatar [Email protected] 19 October 2016 / 06: 33

      I also recommend the Biovax henna mask. I have come back to it several times.

  5. Avatar Dziubdziak 18 October 2016 / 13: 10

    I've never heard of Amla, I have to try. I have never had any major problems with hair loss, but after giving birth through hormones, the problem appeared. I used long4lashes, but it turned out that it should not be used during breastfeeding, so I stopped taking it. As for shampoo, I really like sylveco products, but I haven't had shampoo yet.

    • Avatar [Email protected] 18 October 2016 / 13: 37

      Amla has been with me for quite a few years. This is one of the few oils that my hair likes. I used long4lashes for eyelashes. I was very happy.

      What Sylveco products do you like? 🙂

  6. Avatar Robert Ka 17 October 2016 / 17: 03

    And the mask castor oil + yolk? 🙂

  7. Avatar Cooking Monster 16 October 2016 / 21: 53

    Fortunately, I have no problems with hair loss, but as they say "wary - always insured". It's better to know how to deal with it 🙂

  8. Avatar Edyta Rybczyńska 16 October 2016 / 21: 17

    I will probably come back to this post ... and ... maybe I should examine the thyroid?! ... echhh

  9. Avatar Ania Stankiewicz 16 October 2016 / 13: 55

    My autumn hair also flies normally like tree leaves :). I also have thyroid problems, so that's probably the root cause. I will gladly try your suggestions, because I have no more strength for my hair.

  10. Avatar Dagafox 13 October 2016 / 23: 58

    I lose my hair all year round, although I've never watched more, and I think I should take a closer look at it ... The most - you know - when washing my head, but during the day it flies a bit. I will gladly try the ways described by you, maybe you will be able to reduce the fall out, especially I was intrigued by amla, which I had not heard about before :)

    • Avatar [Email protected] 14 October 2016 / 06: 28

      Have you studied for thyroid problems? Hair loss is one of the signals that something may be happening.
      I've been using Amla on and off for years, so that my hair doesn't get used to it. I love 🙂 You just have to remember to apply to clean hair without any styling products.

  11. Avatar Wave 13 October 2016 / 21: 30

    You have wonderful hair *. *

  12. Avatar Beauty B. 13 October 2016 / 16: 38

    Wantie Jantar helps me 😉

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