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November 06, 2020
Female pattern hair loss.
Age-related hair loss is common in women. About fifty-five percent of women experience some hair loss by the age of seventy. The most common cause, is female-pattern baldness, an inherited condition characterized by gradual thinning of the hair. This condition is worsened by other internal and external factors such as menopause, stress, diet, and chemical or environmental pollutants that irritate the scalp.
Naomi, now forty, began to experience her female-pattern hair loss in her late thirties. “I started to notice that the top of my head had some thinning and bald spots, it was also very sensitive to the touch. I am not sure what caused it, it happened very suddenly. I think due to my stress.” Naomi describes. Although sitting before me today, there isn’t a hint that she experienced hair loss. Her hair is thick, and perfectly brushed into an elegant, modern hairstyle which she is no longer embarrassed to show off. “I came across Sayblee through Instagram! And I was really hopeful because other products had not worked for me. I really liked that her products were natural, organic, and plant based. I knew I couldn’t keep putting chemicals on my hair. That was a big selling factor for me.”
Sayblee remembers the state of Naomi’s scalp when she first came in for a consultation in 2018 and remembers how sensitive it truly was. “Her scalp was visibly red, flaky, and very sensitive. She has come a long way.” Sayblee immediately started applying her hair growth treatment on Naomi every two weeks. Persistency was the key in Naomi’s treatment as well as some lifestyle changes. “Female pattern hair loss is very common. But with treatment under my guidance it can be dealt with if you are using the right products. Changing the body from the inside out. Keeping it natural, no chemicals, using herbs and botanicals that work.”
Had it not been for the natural, plant-based system, it is hard to say whether Naomi’s scalp would’ve improved in other conditions. “One of the things the hair growth system does, is that it penetrates the hair follicles and the scalp. It first has to calm and reduce any inflammation, because otherwise the treatment won’t be able to penetrate.” Explains Sayblee on the science behind the product. “At first I could not even touch the crown area because it was so sensitive. And now she feels much better and has much more confidence. That’s really what I created this product for. I knew I could create a product that would stop this hair loss. I encourage anyone out there that is experiencing these symptoms, and is scared or may not know where to start to contact me. I will guide you anytime.”
The Sayblee Hair Growth Treatment is designed to help pause hair thinning and heal ailments associated with the scalp resulting in fuller and more lustrous locks. All plant based, the Hair Growth Treatment stimulates hair growth, hydrates and nourishes hair follicles, rebuilds strength, improves shine and resilience of hair, promotes healthy scalp, and addresses hair loss and scalp disorders. Some of the active botanicals are the Aloe Vera Gel, Camelina Oil, and Flaxseed Oil which work together to the leave the hair smelling like a spa. “I recommend for Naomi that although she has seen many improvements in her hair, she should continue to use Sayblee products in her regular hair regime in order to maintain healthy hair in the long-term because of her history with hair loss. Most hair products on the market now contain harsh chemicals which may worsen her condition.”
“I was not sure if my hair could be fixed. But this is for anyone out there, scared like I was and did not know where to start. I really recommend they try Sayblee products.”
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