5 Simple Ways To Keep Your Edges While Breastfeeding - ZUMI
9 months ago, 9 Jan 13:13
It’s an actual thing. Luckily, it’s a temporary hustle and your hair will grow back by the time your baby turns one. via GIPHY Okay fine, that doesn’t make losing it any less frustrating. But we’ve got you! Following these few rules will definitely help you maintain your mane. Opt for a thickening shampoo for volume instead of a conditioning shampoo. This is because most conditioning shampoo products have much more chemicals that weigh down your hair for the look without actually adding to its volume. Since your hair is at its most delicate, the lighter the products the better. Use conditioners designed for thin hair as they are made up of lighter ingredients that will be gentle and effective. It’s a busy period for a new mum and pulling your hair back in a ponytail may look like the best idea since sliced bread. It isn’t. Instead, go for a protective hairstyle that allows you to let your hair breath instead constantly tagging which weakens it. Eat healthily, work out, avoid stress and don’t forget your vitamins. Ensuring that your body is getting all the nutrients it needs will not only keep you energetic and ready to be supermom. It will also help you maintain really great skin and hair. You know the basics: Use a wide tooth comb, avoid brushing your hair when it’s wet and stay away from heat. If possible, also avoid treating, relaxing, retouching or colouring your hair during this period. via GIPHY We believe that keeping your edges during the breastfeeding period is very possible. However, don’t hesitate to contact your doctor if you are losing a bit too much at a time.
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