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Brush up on the Basics

Keep things simple and look here for answers to the most common questions and concerns about hair thinning.

YOU’RE NOT ALONE

Hair thinning among women is more common than you might think. If you notice that you have less hair than you used to, you should know you’re not alone. In fact, more than 1 in 4 women experience thinning hair. 

TODAY IS THE GREATEST DAY TO START

You may think hair thinning only affects older women, or women going through menopause. The truth is, while hair thinning is more common for women in their 30s or 40s, hair thinning can start as early as in your 20s.

ALL KINDS OF CAUSES

Some types of hair thinning, such as those caused by extreme stress or giving birth, are temporary and eventually your hair will grow back by itself. However, in many cases a widening part is the beginning of genetic hair loss, which will progress throughout your lifetime if left untreated. Identifying the cause of your hair loss will help you decide how to move forward with a regrowth plan, and if Women’s ROGAINE® Foam is right for you.

WHAT TO LOOK FOR

Hereditary hair loss has several telltale signs. If you are unsure if you have these signs, talk to your physician or dermatologist to confirm that what you’re experiencing is genetic hair loss, and to find out if Women’s ROGAINE® Foam can help you regrow your hair.

  • A wider part in the mirror
  • A family history of hereditary hair loss
  • More hair with the root attached on your brush, on your pillow, or in the shower drain
  • A harder time styling your hair

IT’S NOT JUST YOU

Thinning hair? It happens. Hereditary hair loss is a common condition caused by a combination of genetics, hormone levels, and aging. In fact, more than 1 in 4 women experience hereditary hair loss.