A primary school teacher struggling with alopecia has revealed how she managed to grow her hair within two months with the help of a ‘miracle’ supplement beloved by thousands of women.
Katelyn, from northern NSW, was diagnosed with diffuse alopecia a year ago, which is a condition characterised by a decrease in hair density all over the scalp.
The 25-year-old said she felt quite ‘down, depressed and self-conscious’ about how her hair looked, and was forever rearranging it to make it seem more full-bodied.
BEFORE AND AFTER: A primary school teacher struggling with alopecia has revealed how she managed to grow her hair within two months with the help of a ‘miracle’ supplement beloved by thousands of women
Katelyn, from northern NSW, was diagnosed with diffuse alopecia a year ago, and said she felt hugely insecure about her hair until she stumbled upon the JSHealth range (pictured)
‘I thought constantly about the fact that bald patches might be showing, and while I was told my hair would return slowly, it wasn’t enough for me,’ Katelyn told FEMAIL.
‘I was obsessed with trying topical creams and vitamins, but nothing was working.’
The teacher said when she became ‘more stressed’, more hair would fall out – and she felt trapped in a vicious cycle with her alopecia, uncertain of what to do.
After researching endlessly on the internet, she stumbled upon the Australian nutritionist Jessica Sepel’s lauded JSHealth range.
The best-selling ‘Hair and Energy‘ supplement, $44.99, promises to support overall hair growth and health, thanks to the addition of kelp and zinc in its ingredients list.
Australian nutritionist Jessica Sepel (pictured) created the best-selling ‘ Hair and Energy ‘ supplement, $44.99, which promises to support overall hair growth and health
Thousands of others have shared before and after pictures of their hair on Instagram (pictured), where they showcased their success with the supplements
‘I started taking the Hair and Energy vitamins in June 2021 and within two months, I had already noticed a huge difference,’ Katelyn said.
‘My hair was feeling fuller, I had lots of baby hairs growing and was starting to feel a lot more like myself.
‘The growth has been insane, I’ve tried so many supplements – but none work like JSHealth.’
The 25-year-old teacher isn’t the only fan of ‘Hair and Energy’.
Many customers have described it as ‘holy grail’, ‘incredible’ and ‘so effective’ in reviews left online (pictured before and after use)
On the JSHealth website, the ‘miracle’ supplement boasts an impressive 8,775 glowing reviews and ratings, where customers have alternately described it as ‘holy grail’, ‘incredible’ and ‘so effective’.
‘Honestly, your supplements have made my wedding hair prep so easy!’ one reviewer wrote.
‘I did my hair trial last week, and my hairdresser couldn’t believe how long and luscious my hair was.’
Another added: ‘Amazing results. My hair is super shiny and healthy, and my nails have become so much stronger.’
A third posted: ‘I’ve been using Hair and Energy for six weeks and can see a difference already’.
Others have shared before and after pictures of their hair on Instagram, showcasing the incredible results.
Since the launch of the vitamins in 2019, Jessica’s JSHealth has gone from strength to strength (Jessica pictured), and now a vitamin sells around the world every 27 seconds
Jessica Sepel has 16 individual research-backed vitamin formulas, that target everything from ‘Hair + Energy’ to ‘Skin + Digestion’ and ‘Detox + Debloat’.
Every vitamin is TGA-approved and filled with proven ingredients that treat various ailments, like iodine and zinc for hair and energy levels and turmeric for stress.
Since the launch of the vitamins in 2019, Jessica’s JSHealth has gone from strength to strength.
Today, a JSHealth product sells somewhere in the world every 27 seconds, Jessica’s vitamin range is the second most popular stocked in Australian pharmacies and there are more than 25,000 independent glowing reviews for her products online.
* Alopecia areata is an autoimmune disorder that causes your hair to come out, often in clumps.
* The amount of hair loss is different in everyone.
* There are different types of alopecia:
– Alopecia areata totalis means you’ve lost all the hair on your head.
– Alopecia areata universalis is the loss of hair over your entire body.
– Diffuse alopecia areata is a sudden thinning of your hair rather than lost patches.
– Ophiasis alopecia areata causes hair loss in a band shape around the sides and back of your head.
* The main and often the only symptom of alopecia is hair loss. You may notice small bald patches that get larger, your hair growing back in one spot only to fall out in another and more hair loss in cold weather.
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