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Hair loss in winter: what to do?

Posted by Stefanie Seyda on
Haarausfall im Winter vorbeugen

Being outside in wind and weather, trudging through the snow or enjoying nature on skis: It feels so good. On my own list of resolutions is one extensive outdoor activity per day. I stick to it, and especially on freezing cold days, it's important to keep your head and hair well protected. Did you know that not only skin but also hair is stressed in winter?


The colder and drier the air, the more difficult the conditions for our hair. The dry air quickly makes hair more fragile. Split ends and hair breakage are common consequences. Those who have long hair discover these phenomena very quickly. Even in short hair, the hair then becomes dull. The hair then looks straw-like and can no longer be combed through so easily. Very annoying can be the static charge of hair. I often see it in personal conversations when my counterpart wants to rid himself of tickling hair again and again.

Here I have a simple trick: a small bowl of water on the radiator works wonders. The humid room climate prevents build-up and is also good for the skin and mucous membranes.

Full head of hair: It all depends on the right headgear.
I am often asked whether more hair falls out in winter and whether this can possibly be explained by wearing caps. I answer with a firm "maybe". It is true that the scalp gets less oxygen when wearing a cap. The hair then becomes greasy more quickly and must be washed accordingly more often. Those who pay attention to nourishing shampoos and conditioners and also use regular hair treatments are more likely to have no problem with hair loss.

However, the quality of the head covering is crucial. Those who wrap their head tightly in synthetic materials (winter fleece) are more likely to stress the hair in a mechanical way. If the materials slip, this leads to tangles, especially in long hair, and in any case to the loss of volume and good hairstyle. And then add vigorous brushing and detangling. Then this, rather mechanical stress also quickly leads to hair loss. Therefore, a cap should not be too tight and, above all, made of natural wool. For those who always want to have a good hairstyle, I rather recommend wearing hoods - this will not stress you as much as a tight-fitting cap.

Still, your head and hair need to be well protected during many outdoor activities. If you're biking or skiing, you need a warm and protected head. Then hair loss is a common issue. This can also be observed among inhabitants of colder countries. I have seen this very clearly in Scandinavia. The good news is that hair can grow back quickly with the right support. In a very natural way, completely without hormones.

My tip: winter cure for beautiful hair!
I cannot point out often enough that a healthy diet and sufficient drinking are also very important for hair. Hair thanks a loving care with shine and volume. Full hair can be supported with a winter booster. In the meantime, we have many users who use the hair growth serum I developed as a winter cure to do something good for their hair during the cold months and support and care for it in a natural way. The results are convincing, because the active ingredient reduces hair loss by up to 90% and improves hair growth by up to 93%. When the caps are packed away again in spring, the hair also shines and is ready to be seen again.

My top recommendations for growing voluminous winter hair:


Drink plenty of fluids and eat a nutrient-rich diet
Fresh air also for hair and scalp
Loose head coverings with natural materials
Regular and rich hair care
Gentle combing and brushing
Do not blow dry hair too hot
A winter treatment with the growth-promoting Natucain Hair Activator Serum

  • Drink plenty of fluids and eat a nutrient-rich diet
  • Fresh air also for hair and scalp
  • Loose head coverings with natural materials
  • Regular and rich hair care
  • Gentle combing and brushing
  • Do not blow dry hair too hot
  • A winter treatment with the growth-promoting Natucain Hair Activator Serum

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1 comment

  • Miri on

    Danke für die Tipps! Ich lege mittlerweile großen Wert auf meine Haarpflege. Früher habe ich immer irgendwelche Produkte verwendet. Heute schaue ich genau hin, was die Inhaltsstoffe sind. Dadurch sind meine Haare schon viel dicker und kräftiger geworden und können solche kalten Tage im Winter, wie du sie beschrieben hast, viel einfacher überstehen.

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