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Seasonal Hair Shedding

Rob (PHH)

Seasonal hair shedding is a phenomenon whereby hair shedding rates can increase and decrease – all depending on the time of the year. In the Northern Hemisphere, shedding rates typically peak in July and August as a result of fluctuations to daylight hours and UVB radiation exposure from the sun, as well as shifts to our circadian rhythms. For more information, see this resource:

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