OMG! I have no idea about the drain strainer, but so glad to find someone else that is dealing with this. Will my hair ever be the same?!
I generally use the ‘ol stick the hair that falls out in the shower to the shower wall then swirl it into a little nest at the end of my shower and toss it 🙂 I think it’s time I invest in the drain hair strainer.
Oh my god, I’m so sorry! There’s no feeling worse than feeling your hair starts falling off as a woman. You definitely need more supplements in your life.
I used to dread taking showers all the time. Now I don’t mind.
This is my story and some of my best advice which I hope is going to be of much help.
I’m a woman in her 50’s and I didn’t give much thought to my sprouting gray hairs and my hair loss in my 30’s during my first pregnancy because they were virtually undetectable; however, as my patch turned into a streak, I began to question whether or not I should address them although it was the last thing I wanted to do…
Should I color them? Should I stick to natural hairstyles where they’d go unnoticed? I was really on the fence, yet I didn’t feel particularly rushed to conceal my grays…
I’m glad there are finally solutions out there for doing something about it that actually work!
This is a daily hair growth supplement that quite quickly helped me and my bestie to improve our hair and stop our hair loss with a few important but natural ingredients: http://aginghairnomore.com/
It wasn’t until we found it we were able to make our hair stop falling off as fast although it doesn’t stop completely!
I finally feel a lot more confident in my hair!
Wishing you the best of luck in your journey, sis.
Hope my advice was of help to you <3