Let’s talk hair loss. And not just male pattern baldness, which is certainly an issue for millions, but that gets enough of the spotlight. Let’s talk female hair loss and what you can do to combat thinning hair.

You Are Not Alone

Female hair loss is a widespread, deeply emotional issue that also affects millions. Resources and community support isn't as widespread as it could be either. VEGAMOUR is trying to fix that — we've created this private Facebook group if you do want to share in a safe space or just want to learn from women who have been through it already. But there's a long way to go.

Approximately 80% of women over 40 will experience hair thinning or loss and 40% of alopecia sufferers are women. Having a baby? Congratulations! Almost 90% of new mothers experience some form of postpartum hair loss. So let’s stop tiptoeing and start talking. Your problem may feel unique and isolating, but you are part of a group of beautiful, strong women who are likely feeling the same way about the same issues.

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Let's Chat

Not everyone feels the same about their hair loss, and that’s quite all right. Model Sara Sampaio speaks openly about the trichotillomania she’s managed since age 15, Tyra Banks has opened up about her stress-induced alopecia, and Kate Hudson relates to many women about the hair loss she experienced following the birth of her second son. Scottish TV personality Gail Porter took on alopecia by shaving her head and owning her baldness. There is no right or wrong approach to addressing or treating the issue. When you’re ready, we’re here.

Decisions, Decisions

Women have taken cues from men about how to treat hair loss. One can opt to hide the problem with clever parts, ponytails, or headbands and hats. There are invasive, expensive, not-always-natural-looking hair implants, or an abundance of chemical-packed foams and sprays with awful side effects, added hormones, and irritation. We treat hair loss just like any other beauty challenge. So line up your hair serum next to your hair sprays, biotin gummies and leave-in conditioners – they’re all family.

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The Natural Choice

We knew we had stumbled upon something great when we created our signature lash and brow serums. People all over the world were raving about the safe, powerful products that showed visible results without the side effects or dangers of their competitors. We knew we had to adapt the formula for hair, so we launched GRO Hair Serum. It’s plant-based, cruelty-free, and safe for everyday use. No prescriptions, needles, or dyes. It’s all natural and all YOU.

How It Works

Many people don’t realize the power of completely natural active ingredients. So, here’s a breakdown of what you’ll be applying each day:

Red clover / Mung Bean & Peptides

Combats the negative effects of DHT on hair growth

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Curcuma Longa (from Turmeric)

Increases the duration of the Anagen (growth) phase of hair

Nicotiana Benthamiana

Strengthens and increases the density of existing hair, while reducing hair loss from combing and washing.


Just a trace amount of caffeine has been shown to significantly stimulate hair growth

READY. SET. SPRAY! Fuller, healthier hair is just a click away. Order your Volumizing Hair Serum today to get started! You can apply to wet or dry hair, twice per day for the first three months, then once per day once you’re seeing desired results. Simply part or section your hair, spray 3-5 times in each section, and massage into the scalp using fingertips or a scalp massager. Follow the plan closely and expect up to 50% more density in problem areas between months 3-4!

For an extra boost, add a daily hair vitamin to your regimen Packed with zinc, biotin and other nutrients, GRO Biotin Gummies and GRO+ Advanced Gummies with CBD make it easy to achieve gorgeous hair. Plus, you can use a VEGAMOUR coupon code for a discount.


Disclaimer: Information in this article is intended for general informational and entertainment purposes only. It is not intended to constitute medical advice, diagnosis, or treatment. Always seek professional medical advice from your physician.