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One thing that I vividly remember from pregnancy, and the weeks and months following my baby’s birth was the state of my hair. Through pregnancy there were times when my hair felt amazing, so full of volume and so thick – but it would soon turn into a greasy mess, untameable and with a life of it’s own. After having the baby my hair seemed to come out in clumps, with the plug hole blocked after every shower and my hair noticeably thinner than before.

Introducing Hairburst - For New Mums!

I had friends who spoke about hair loss and thinning hair through pregnancy too, patches of almost baldness after their babies arrived and the one thing we all had in common was how unexpected it was – how no-one had told us anything to prepare us for the sorry state our hair had become.

I remember writing about postpartum hair loss and wondering whether it would ever stop – would my hair eventually stay in my head or would it keep falling our in an endless stream? Back then I didn’t know what to do, took to washing my hair less frequently in the hope it would ease the hair loss and just hoped that my hair would go back to normal – but it never happened. In the end I cut my hair as short as I dared which made the hair loss less noticeable.

I’ve just heard about Hairburst’s new For New Mums supplement and I really wish it had been around when I had Little Man and LP. For New Mums contains safe levels of biotin which is effective for normal hair growth pre, during and post pregnancy and Hairburst For New Mums contains a range of B vitamins which can combat tiredness and fatigue when your new baby is keeping you up at night. I could have definitely used For New Mums during and after both of my pregnancies.

Introducing Hairburst - For New Mums!

Hairburst believe the key to gorgeous hair starts from within and For New Mums is scientifically formulated and includes nutrients which can help maintain healthy hair and a mix of proven ingredients for hair growth.

At the time when your whole body has been put under strain, growing and carrying a baby for months, and then, when the baby is here, and you are exhausted, run down and in need of a pick me up – Hairburst have the answer. For New Mums won’t fix everything but it can make you feel a bit better about yourself at a time when you really need it.

Introducing Hairburst - For New Mums!

I know that if For New Mums had been around after I had LP and Little Man I would definitely have tried it. Anything that could make my hair grow and stop me feeling like baldness was around the corner has got to be a good thing and I’m sure that it would help to give new mums a confidence boost when they need it most.

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  • Donna Wishart

    Donna Wishart is married to Dave and they have two children, Athena (12) and Troy (11). They live in Surrey with their two cats, Fred and George. Once a Bank Manager, Donna has been writing about everything from family finance to days out, travel and her favourite recipes since 2012. Donna is happiest either exploring somewhere new, with her camera in her hand and family by her side or snuggled up with a cat on her lap, reading a book and enjoying a nice cup of tea. She firmly believes that tea and cake can fix most things.

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15 Comments

  1. These sound brilliant. My hair still hasn’t recovered from having Youngest and that was 4 years ago! Like you say it really affects your confidence. I will be giving these a go! 🙂

  2. I don’t if I was just lucky, or if it wasn’t noticeable because my hair is short but I didn’t have much hair loss after my boys were born. I know lots of my friends have suffered though and I’m sure they would love to have something that can help.

  3. Oh gosh yes, this is definitely something that’s helpful for new mums. Women take such a lot of their confidence from their hair, losing it can be really damaging psychologically, especially at a time when new mums are prone to feeling low anyway. It will be great if this can prevent it.
    Nat.x

  4. I think so many people suffer with this, thankfully my hair got stupidly thick during pregnancy so it then just went back to normal after the birth. My hair has got more curly with each pregnancy though, it realy does change things. Mich x

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