Has the menopause played havoc with your hair? Has the cold weather and central heating caused your hair to frizz making you look as if you have walked through a very humid rainforest when all you have done is wash your hair and sit in the front of the telly instead?

Hormonal fluctuations in menopause lead to changes in your hair texture. Simply put, estrogen contributes to the maintenance of hair growth. When estrogen production declines during the menopause, this process disrupts the normal hair growth cycle. The story doesn’t end here.

There is also another scientific component called sebum which is a natural oil helping to protect your hair and scalp, keeping it healthy and moisturized. Sebum production is disrupted by decreasing estrogen.

In menopause an almost daily battle has ensued with my head of hair. When once it was luscious and tame, it is now more reminiscent of a wild mane on a wild lion. Never one to be defeated I kept trying de-frizz product after product and hair oils.

I have finally found something which has put the defrizz and shine back into my frizz and dull.

The Hallelujah Hair Oil contains a blend of nourishing oils like castor oil, coconut oil, and olive oil. It has a very user-friendly application. The dropper makes it easy to dispense the oil. The oil doesn’t leave my hair feeling greasy. The oil is infused with the scents of lavender and rosemary. For those who prioritize ethical and sustainable products, the oil is cruelty-free, vegan, and comes in eco-friendly packaging.

Have you found a great hair product that sits well with your menopausal hair? Do share your tips and suggestions in the comments.