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Hair loss during puberty

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Hair loss even at a young age

Children are particularly hard hit by the loss of their hair. On the one hand, they cannot understand what is going on in their bodies, and on the other hand, they are often exposed to the ridicule of their peers. For the well-being of the child, it is therefore particularly important to give them security and to take the necessary measures as quickly as possible.

Causes and care for hair problems in children

Children are sensitive creatures who quickly become emotionally stressed by a change in their familiar environment. A move or a new school situation, and sometimes "just" a fight with the best friend can contribute to hair loss. Disturbances in thyroid hormone levels are also common.

Hair loss in children - The most common hair problems:

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Circular hair loss in children (alopecia areata)

Hair loss is more common in children than one might think. Circular hair loss in particular - a so-called "autoimmune disease" - is widespread. In this case, the body's own immune system turns against the hair roots and causes the hair to fall out. Within a short time, bald round or oval spots appear due to the hair loss. These quickly become visible to outsiders, because depending on the hairstyle, the areas can no longer be covered. While girls can still conceal the bald spots with headbands and hair clips, the spots are usually immediately visible in short-haired boys.

In about half of the affected children, these bald patches grow back over time, even without treatment. However, hair loss may also progress further and lead to the loss of all hair on the head (alopecia totalis). In the worst case, it can even lead to the loss of all body hair, such as the eyebrows, eyelashes, and pubic hair (alopecia universalis).

If your child is affected by circular hair loss, you should monitor the progress of bald patches weekly.

You can also wait for a while in case of minimal outbreak - i.e. small spots on the head that do not (yet) bother your child. As with adults, the progression is usually gradual. That is why it is an advantage if you take pictures of the spots to be able to judge the progress better. If these bald patches become larger or you are unsure, contact a local hair growth specialist. Because the sooner you react, the sooner the spook will be over.

Hair loss during puberty

A lot goes on in the body during puberty. The hormone balance renews and expands enormously. During this change - especially in girls between 16 and 20 years - it can happen that the hair becomes thinner or even falls out more. This "diffuse" hair loss usually affects the entire head and is increasingly visible on the contours of the face. Since the hormone level normally balances itself out again, you do not need to worry. However, you can positively influence the course of the disease.

Pay attention to a nutrient-rich diet (for example, with nutritional supplements) and use a hair growth activating shampoo. If in doubt, ask a hair growth specialist in your area or contact our specialists by phone.

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Field report - child with weak hair growth

In November 2021 the mother contacted us regarding her 2.5 year old daughter. The hair of the girl grows very sparsely and after the mother has tried a few things and the hair still does not grow in length she turned to us.

After about 6 months of light but consistent scalp care, this is the feedback: My daughter loves the oil and is always happy when I apply it to her! It smells simply heavenly. I still want to thank them this way, their products have definitely changed our lives "the hair grows". And with the partner Maischön, they have made a very good choice!

We thank the customer and hairdresser Maischön in Dornbirn, that we may share these pictures with you.