Woman reveals how she lost her hair due to stress and how JSHealth vitamins restored her hair

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Young woman suffering shocking hair loss due to extreme stress reveals how she finally got her locks to grow back – and the results speak for themselves

  • A woman from the UK has revealed how she lost her bits of hair due to stress
  • Camilla saw naturopaths and tried dozens of treatments to get her hair back
  • She then tried vitamins from the Australian brand JSHealth and her hair grew back
  • In five months, her hair has all but recovered – she’s now shared before and after
  • The expansion of JSHealth has been successful, they now have a global community

A young woman has revealed how she lost huge chunks of hair due to stress and struggled to find a cure for the surprising loss of her once healthy locks.

Camilla, who doesn’t want her last name shared, told Daily Mail Australia that she started losing her hair during the strict month-long lockdown in the UK last May.

The woman who lives in London worked with naturopaths above zoom, tried caffeine shampoos, changed her diet, and took up to 26 supplements a day to try and stop her hair from falling out.

But nothing worked and the supplements just made her feel sick.

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A young woman has revealed how she lost huge chunks of hair due to stress and struggled to find a cure for the surprising loss of her once healthy locks.

Camilla, who doesn't want her last name shared, told Daily Mail Australia that she started losing her hair during the strict month-long lockdown in the UK last May.

Camilla, who doesn't want her last name shared, told Daily Mail Australia that she started losing her hair during the strict month-long lockdown in the UK last May.

A young woman has revealed how she lost huge chunks of hair due to stress and struggled to find a cure for the surprising loss of her once healthy locks.

Camilla, who doesn't want her last name shared, told Daily Mail Australia that she started losing her hair during the strict month-long lockdown in the UK last May.

Camilla, who doesn't want her last name shared, told Daily Mail Australia that she started losing her hair during the strict month-long lockdown in the UK last May.

Camilla, who doesn’t want her last name shared, told Daily Mail Australia that she started losing her hair during the strict month-long lockdown in the UK last May.

“It was very stressful not knowing if it was going to get worse or grow back at all or even stay that way forever,” she said.

At first Camilla wasn’t too concerned, the rapidly developing bald spot could be hidden because it was on the back of her head and she was stuck at home so no one could see her anyway.

But when the strict locking measures began to relax and Camilla was able to go out again to see her friends, she became self-conscious.

And her hair was still falling out.

In late August, the young woman’s crown began to shed, making hair loss impossible to hide.

“ That was the worst for me as it was visible to friends and we were unlocked around summer and I was socializing more, which made me more aware of it, ” she admitted.

She also revealed that she almost bought a wig to cover up her hair loss.

Camilla was ‘at the end of her tether’ when she came across the JSHealth Hair and Energy Vitamins – and felt she should give them a try.

She has described the pills as ‘saviors of life’ and showed off her amazing new hair, noting that she no longer has baldness.

Camilla was 'at the end of her tether' when she came across the JSHealth Hair and Energy Vitamins - and thought she should give them a try

Camilla was 'at the end of her tether' when she came across the JSHealth Hair and Energy Vitamins - and thought she should give them a try

She has described the pills as 'saviors of life' and showed off her amazing new hair, noting that she no longer has baldness.

She has described the pills as 'saviors of life' and showed off her amazing new hair, noting that she no longer has baldness.

She has described the pills as ‘saviors of life’ and showed off her amazing new hair, noting that she no longer has baldness.

What’s in the hair and energy vitamins?

‘Our hair growth vitamin contains the signature JSHealth Kelp, which is exclusive under our trademark, so you can be sure that no other vitamin on the market can provide the same transformational benefits,’ explained the JS Health team.

INGREDIENTS

The formula contains two forms of kelp, as well as zinc. Each capsule contains: Ascophyllum nodosum blade & steel powder 294 mg; Equiv. Iodine 265 micrograms; Fucus vesiculosus dry extract 50 mg, derived from at least 1 g of dried whole plant; Equiv. Iodine 10 micrograms, total iodine 275 micrograms; Zinc 10 mg.

DOES NOT CONTAIN: Gluten, Wheat, Sugar, Dairy, Lactose, Soy, Artificial Colors, Artificial Flavors, Artificial Sweeteners, Bee Products, Corn, Egg, MSG, Tree Nuts, Ground Nuts, Peanuts, Sulfites, Salicylates / Bioactive Amines, Yeast.

The vitamins have been launched in Australia, but are now available in the UK UK

“It’s so much better and I feel incredibly positive about my hair,” she said.

“My hair never looks neat because the regrowth is all over the place, but I am so grateful that my hair is growing back and getting thicker than before,” she said.

It’s been a long process, she started taking the pills five months ago, but she’s excited about the results and hopes all her hair will be the same length soon.

“It feels great, I’m still on my hair growth journey, but the bald spots are no longer visible and that’s fantastic,” she said.

She said she was shocked when the hair started to grow back because she had been so skeptical after trying so many methods.

JSHealth founder and renowned nutritionist Jess Sepel told Daily Mail Australia stories like Camilla helping her get out of bed in the morning and are the reason she started her business

JSHealth founder and renowned nutritionist Jess Sepel told Daily Mail Australia stories like Camilla helping her get out of bed in the morning and are the reason she started her business

JSHealth founder and renowned nutritionist Jess Sepel told Daily Mail Australia stories like Camilla helping her get out of bed in the morning and are the reason she started her business

Some hair specialists had told her that her hair would recover only by trying hormone therapy or steroid injections.

Camilla knew such radical treatments should be a last resort.

JSHealth is an Australian company founded and led by nutritionist Jess Sepel. She was thrilled with Camilla’s results, telling stories of her helping to get out of bed in the morning.

‘It forces me to jump out of bed and build a business that serves the common good and really makes an impact on people’s lives. We’re not just any vitamin company, ”she said.

This testimonial was a perfect example of what JSHealth was built on: helping women feel more confident in their skin. There is nothing that makes my heart sing anymore. This is why we do what we do, ”she said.

The vitamin range is made in Australia, but the company continues to expand and is now available worldwide.

Their expansion into the UK has helped build a strong community of JSHealth women on the other side of the world – leading to success stories like Camilla’s.

What Factors Affect Hair Loss in Women?

Research shows that 50 percent of women have hair loss at some point in their lives.

It can be caused by a variety of factors, including stress.

Other factors may include the use of synthetic progesterone contraceptives.

A shift in hormones during menopause can also affect this.

Some women experience hair loss when they are low in iron.

Vitamin D deficiency can also lead to hair loss.

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