Monday, November 29, 2010

Hair hair everywhere!

Vince: "Hey, did you cough up a hair ball?"

Me: "Waaaaaah! I'm sorry my hair's all over the place!"
Every morning, I wake up to this. More fall off in the shower!
And when I say it's all over the place, I mean, it's EVERYWHERE. It's embarrassing. My hair line's receding and I have little bald spots by my temples and the crown. This postpartum hair loss is alarming. I know I already talked about this a few posts ago but there is no happy resolution anytime soon. Even my beloved hairstylist Louis Phillip Kee told me while we were lined up at the Zara sale, "Women really do lose their hair from 12 to 16 months after giving birth." Great. That's just great!

Meanwhile, P&G Beauty sent me this little package:

News of my hair disaster must have reached them! And I quickly picked up this bottle:

That bright golden sticker just yelled at me, "98% less hair fall within 14 days!" Aha! I knew it. I knew it. That mystery shampoo I was talking about in my previous post on the same unfortunate topic is indeed Pantene Pro-V Hair Fall Control. Well, I know I didn't put my guess in the post but the blindfolded woman looked exactly like Claudine Barretto and that just gave it away.

So I just wanted to tell you that if you're also suffering from hair fall, maybe you'd like to give Pantene a try. Who knows? You just might win a trip for two to Boracay!!!

First, you have to try out the shampoo. Second, you have to take a photo of your transformed hair (yep, the Pantene promise is transformed hair in 2 weeks!). Third, like their Facebook page (it's here!). Fourth, upload that fabulous photo of yours so that other girls can see how gorgeous your hair is (that photo to the left was my glossy hair when I was pregnant. Sigh.). And last, cross your fingers and hope you win a trip for two to the absolutely amazing Discovery Shores Boracay!

Contest mechanics here: I Commit to Change.

*The Pantene promise of less hair fall is for those who lose hair due to breakage. If you are suffering from hair fall due to stress and hormones (like I am!), we’ll just have to wait it out. 


  1. Same problem here ever since I started hair rebonding huhu.

  2. i had that too... during my board exam, after giving birth and now secondary to hair color and tying my hair too often.

    mesoscalp treatment from belo and JASON thin to thick hair products from healthy options helped me a lot!!! :)

    post natal hair fall is very common but it does go away. :) as with any post natal stuff like excess weight and dark patches on your skin, it does go away... mga 6-9 months to get back to your old self :) patience is a vitue :)

  3. Hi,

    I just noticed that the date on your entry is November 29, 2011? :) typo i suppose?

    oh, and i used to suffer from that too. even now that my daughter's 3 y.o..i guess it;s also stress related.

  4. hi! had the same problem during the last few months of 2010, after i had my "hair gloss" session in june 2010. my solution? in just had it cut - super short! =)


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