The boring but important things that have to be said so you know where I stand and so I don’t get in any legal trouble.
First of all, this site contains affiliate links. Meaning that if you click on them and end up buying something, I get a small commission.
It doesn’t cost you anything, but it does keep Lady Alopecia going (and in a constant supply of colourful headscarves).
FYI: I only endorse products that I trust. So all the products listed on Lady Alopecia are ones that I’ve already tried, or would like to try. Full legal spiel below.
The owner of this website, ladyalopecia.com, is a participant in the Amazon Services LLC Associates Program, an affiliate advertising program designed to provide a means for sites to earn advertising fees by advertising and linking ladyalopecia.com reviews to Amazon properties including, but not limited to, amazon.com, endless.com, myhabit.com, smallparts.com, or amazonwireless.com. (Phew!)
Second of all, I’m not a doctor. Or a dermatologist, trichologist, nutritionist or any of the other professionals out there to whom alopecians might turn for help.
I merely offer up nutrition, lifestyle and haircare tips based on my own experiences and research. Sometimes it’ll turn out to be sound advice; other times, not so much. I’m going through the same journey as any alopecian and the path isn’t always clear!
Anyway, I hope the information that I offer helps you; but if you’re suffering hair loss or alopecia, seeing a qualified doctor is always a good move
I’m committed to ensuring that your privacy is protected at all times when on this site. That’s why I use the latest security software and firewalls to keep Lady Alopecia as safe as you’d want it to be.
If you share your information, like your name and email address, that’s pretty decent of you. In return for your friendliness, I’ll only use it to send you newsletters, latest posts and other information related to ladyalopecia.com. Things that can help you out in hair-pulling situations.
My policy on cookies? They’re great. I love eating them.
But I also use them electronically. Because apart from being delicious baked treats, cookies are small text files that are placed on your machine to offer a better browsing experience.
I use them to see which pages grab your attention. That way, I can give you the best information whenever you’re looking for it, making each journey through Lady Alopecia as smooth as it should be.
You can personalise this service by modifying your browser settings – the ‘Help’ function will show you how to set notifications before accepting cookies or to disable them entirely. Although personally, I’d never say no to cookies. 😉
You can also check out the About Cookies website, which offers guidance for all modern browsers.
Thanks for reading all that, boring but necessary.