Your best HAIR EVER

Menopause can leave hair look­ing and feel­ing less than its best, but it doesn’t have to be that way…

Good Housekeeping (UK) - - Good Health -

As we get older, so does our hair. And where once full, glossy locks might have bounced by our shoul­ders, dur­ing the menopause, hair can start to become thin­ner and duller. Yes, hair loss doesn’t just af­fect men, but women too.

Why? It’s all down to our hor­mones. Oe­stro­gen pro­tects and pre­serves hair roots, so when lev­els drop dur­ing the menopause, hair can look and feel thin and dry. This might mean that the scalp be­comes vis­i­ble and the hair­line re­cedes, both symp­toms that can have a real im­pact on our con­fi­dence. Hair loss hap­pens to mil­lions of women, but there is some­thing you can do about it.


Don’t lose hope. The hair ex­perts at Dr Wolff lab­o­ra­to­ries have de­vel­oped Plan­tur 39, a hair­care range con­tain­ing a Phyto-caf­feine Com­plex to help re­duce hair loss in women dur­ing menopause. With caf­feine, zinc, niacin and other ac­tive in­gre­di­ents, a daily dose will refresh and re­vive your hair from root to tip.

70% of women who tried the Plan­tur 39 range no­ticed less hair loss*

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