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Sofia Richie is 'really nervous' about postpartum hair loss

Sofia Richie is 'really nervous' about postpartum hair loss
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Sofia Richie is "really nervous" about postpartum hair loss.

The social media personality has revealed that her hair started falling out days before she found out she was expecting her first child.

"Two days before I realised I was pregnant, my hair started falling out. It was really weird," she told Allure in a recent interview. "I'd brush it, and it was coming out in clumps. I've stopped shedding, but I'm really nervous about postpartum hair loss."

Sofia, 25, announced in January via Vogue that she was expecting a baby with her husband, music executive Elliot Grainge, 30.

Sofia then explained how she takes care of her hair.

"When I work, I always put heat on it, so I give it the day off when I can," the model told the publication. "If I'm having a 'clean girl' hair day, after I shower, I'll use Unite hair products and let it dry naturally."

She continued, "If my hair is dirty, I'll throw coconut oil into it and put it into a bun. I love a sleek bun. Other than that, I really don't like that much product in my hair."

Elsewhere in the interview, Sofia said that she has always prioritised moisturising her body.

"I've always been someone who over-moisturises. Even before I was pregnant, I wore lotions and body oils just because I've been doing it since I was a kid," she stated. "I can't imagine getting out of the shower and not putting something on my body."

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