The leaves are starting to change color, it’s starting to get a little colder, Starbucks is now offering their signature pumpkin spice latte, the seasons are changing!
While there are a lot of great things about the transition from warm to cold weather, it also affects your body in many ways, some of which may not be so great. Some people get seasonal depression and others might experience what is called seasonal hair loss.
Yep, you read that right, the changing of the seasons can cause hair loss.
In this article, we are going to talk all about seasonal hair loss from why it happens, to how it works, and even how you can deal with/prepare for it so that as October rolls around, if you start to notice changes in your hair, you know exactly what to expect and what to do.