Does Your Thyroid Affect Your Hair Growth? - ST. TROPICA

Does Your Thyroid Affect Your Hair Growth?

A woman looks concerned as she holds her hands over her throat and thyroid gland.

Does Your Thyroid Affect Your Hair Growth?

Hypothyroidism and Hyperthyroidism are two thyroid conditions that are quite common and yet often forgotten when it comes to discussing struggles with hair growth and hair health.

Hypothyroidism is said to affect 5 out of every 100 Americans over the age of 12 years old. Hyperthyroidism is said to affect 1 out of every 100. While these numbers may seem low, they actually represent many millions of people.

The Thyroid Gland is responsible for the production of Triiodothyronine, (also known as T3) Tetraiodothyronine (also known as thyroxine or T4), and Calcitonin. When the Thyroid becomes either under or overactive, the production of these hormones is affected.

What is Hypothyroidism?

Hypothyroidism is a condition in which the thyroid becomes underactive. This results in a reduction in the production of key hormones.  In the early stages of Hypothyroidism symptoms may be mild and undetected. Over time, symptoms may begin to present themselves. Some commonly reported symptoms include:
Fatigue and exhaustion

  • Weight gain
  • Difficulty tolerating cold temperatures
  • Dry skin
  • Dry or brittle hair 

Hypothyroidism can be caused by a number of things but the most common cause is Hashimoto's Disease, which is an autoimmune disease.

What is Hyperthyroidism?

Hyperthyroidism is a condition in which the thyroid becomes overactive. This results in an over-production of certain key hormones.  As with Hypothyroidism, the early symptoms experienced with Hyperthyroidism may be mild and go undetected. Over time, symptoms may begin to present themselves. Some commonly reported symptoms include:

  • Feeling tired but unable to sleep
  • Sleeplessness
  • Intolerance to heat 
  • Weightloss 
  • Frequent urination

Hyperthyroidism can be caused by a number of things but the most common cause is Graves' Disease, which is an autoimmune disease.

What should I do if I think I have either of these conditions?

If you believe you may have a thyroid condition, it is important that you visit your doctor. They will be able to run and request certain tests to investigate your concerns thoroughly.


Can these conditions affect hair health and hair growth?

Yes, both Hypothyroidism and Hyperthyroidism are known to affect overall hair health. If your thyroid condition has gone untreated, you may experience some degree of hair loss, hair shedding, or hair thinning. Fortunately, your normal hair growth rate should resume once the underlying thyroid condition is treated.


What can I do to better support my hair growth?

While there are many ways you can support your hair health (like using a satin pillowcase, reducing heat styling, and reducing hairstyles that pull on your hair), there are two easy ways you can support your healthiest hair.

1. Take One Tru Bloom a Day

The Tru Bloom Vitamins are vitamins that support your hair health and growth from the inside out. They contain essential hair nutrients and superfoods to provide your hair with what it needs to grow longer, stronger, and thicker.

Thousands of customers, many of whom have struggled with thyroid disease-related hair loss, have shared with us their incredible reviews and before and after photos - but don't take our word for it! See their Thyroid Disease and Hair Growth reviews here!

As with any vitamin, we do recommend that you consult your doctor before adding this to your diet.

2. Use the Beach Goddess Hot Oil Hair Mask Weekly

The Beach Goddess Hot Oil Hair Mask is a truly one-of-a-kind hair mask. It is formulated to deeply penetrate the hair's innermost layer, meaning it repairs each strand from the inside out.

This hair mask is formulated with incredible superfood ingredients to deeply nourish the scalp and stimulate hair growth. Simply warm it up and use it once weekly for just 20 minutes to enjoy softer, silkier, and healthier hair. 

Can I buy these two hair growth products together?

Yes! After receiving much feedback from our incredible customers on their hair growth success with using the Tru Bloom Vitamins and Beach Goddess Hot Oil Hair Mask together as a treatment for hair growth, we decided to bundle these two hair growth must-haves together. Support your ultimate hair growth and hair health for less by ordering these two together!

5 Responses

Patricia M

Patricia M

June 05, 2023

Hair health is really overlooked when discussing thyroid conditions, most people don’t know it makes such a significant impact on hair health. It’s so good to find a blog that helps promote the importance of this.

Carmel V

Carmel V

February 06, 2023

This is so interesting! It’s fascinating to learn more about how our thyroid can affect hair growth. It’s important to stay informed and know the signs.

Max S

Max S

September 30, 2022

I’ve been taking the Tru Bloom vitamins for about 4 months now and my hair looks and feels stronger. It’s not coming out like it used to in the months before I started taking vitamins. I’ve had Thyroid-related hair loss on and off for the past 5 years. This product has given me hope that I’ll be able to keep my hair. I’m simply blown away!

Matteo G

Matteo G

August 26, 2022

Because I have hypothyroidism, my fine hair has begun thinning out, which is driving me insane. My doctor advised me to take vitamins with biotin, so I did some research and discovered this! I am so glad I found this! Unlike other vitamins, this is vegan-friendly which suits my diet perfectly! It felt like it was meant for me!

Sara H

Sara H

August 25, 2022

Having hypothyroidism has had a significant impact on my health and hair. The shedding made me so insecure and depressed to the point, I didn’t want to leave the house. I am so glad I stumbled upon these products on Facebook.
I have been on Tru Bloom for 6 months now and my hair feels thicker, stronger, and shinier! I would definitely recommend this to my friends!

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