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Monat hair product review: before and after, and what you should know before investing in Monat for postpartum hair loss. #Monat #Hairandbeauty #Motherhood

When I originally posted An Honest Review of Monat Hair Care for Postpartum Hair Loss in October 2017, I knew very little about this company.

I certainly never guessed this post was going to be one of the most-viewed posts on my entire website!

Apparently, there are a lot of women and moms searching for Monat hair reviews and wondering if Monat will be the holy grail for hair growth after having babies.

And it’s no wonder, because postpartum hair loss can be pretty concerning.

I think it’s true that our hair becomes a part of our identity as women and even though we gladly give up about everything for our children, we hope that our hair isn’t one of those things we have to sacrifice completely!

Postpartum hair loss - Monat

My Original Monat Review

Back in October, I had received a free sample of a few Monat products from a consultant in a mom-group I belonged to on Facebook, and I thought it would be fun to try out something new and blog about it.

Plus, my hair had taken a beating from four pregnancies and I thought the review might be intriguing to other moms who have experienced the same hair issues as I have over the years.

To be quite honest, I had never planned to write an entire follow up article, because this is mainly a Christian parenting / motherhood blog and I wanted to keep the focus of my writing on those topics.

I am NOT an expert beauty / hair care blogger, nor do those topics really rank high in importance to me at this stage in my life.

(Translation:  I’m busy raising kids, I work a ton of hours – mostly from home – and you’re not going to find me stressing over my appearance!)

However, I DO write about my semi-crunchy lifestyle and how I’ve been slowly incorporating products that promote more natural living in my home over the last few years.

I also write about work-from-home opportunities and I realize there may be moms considering Monat as a direct selling business opportunity.

Monat Review 5-month Update and a Summary of Research

Why I’m Writing This Update

It’s important to me that others who might be curious about the same types of products I’ve mentioned can trust that I’ve researched them to the best of my ability.

I want to provide an honest opinion that might help others in their own decision-making processes.

First of all:  I do not sell Monat (nor do I plan to), and I do not receive financial compensation from the sale of any of their products.

As I stated, I received a free sample in the beginning which anyone could receive from any consultant if they asked.

But neither my original post nor this post is a sponsored post — in other words, I’m not being paid to write Monat reviews.

So, when I started receiving questions about “hair detox” and readers wondering if I had lost hair, experienced sores on my scalp – obviously I wanted to know what they were talking about.

Based on the feedback from my original post, there seem to be a lot of people searching for answers about Monat products, their effectiveness and Monat hair growth reviews.

So I’m going to do my best to summarize my own results as well as what I’ve found through reading tons of articles about this company, the good and bad reviews and whether the customer complaints are something you should be concerned about.

Monat Review: Update and a Summary of Research

First I’m going to talk about my personal results with Monat after using these products for a full five months now.

Then I’m going to discuss some information you might want to know before you consider using (or selling) Monat.

My results with Monat after 5 months:

At this point, my hair has grown quite a bit.  Here’s the progress from October 2017 to March 2018:

Review of Monat for Postpartum Hair Loss

It’s a little hard to compare the very first picture to the last two because I had (sloppily) curled my hair in the “before” picture, and it was rainy/humid that day to boot.

I have not had my hair cut or colored since right before I started using Monat, so if you look at the last picture, you can easily see where my highlights have grown out, which is sort of a marker for how much growth I’ve had at this point.

Monat Review- Before and After


My experience so far:

1.  My hair is as long as it’s ever been.  In fact, the last time it was this long was right before my wedding (16 years ago).

In truth, it’s been 5 months and I’m way overdue for a cut/color.  But it’s not uncommon for me to go 3 or 4 months between cuts, and I’ve never seen my hair grow this fast before.

It typically gets very frizzy and unmanageable by this point.

I get asked about my hair almost daily and how fast it’s grown, so it’s definitely noticeable by others as well.

2.  My hair is a lot smoother, softer and straighter after blow-drying, without the use of a flat iron.

In case you’re wondering, all I use to style my hair is an inexpensive blow dryer that I got on an Amazon lightning deal last year, and a Wet Brush.  Nothing fancy.

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3.  I have not experienced any negative reactions such as hair loss, itching, breakouts, etc. 

4.  I am still able to go at least 3 days between washings, sometimes 4, which I’ve never been able to do with any other products in the past.

So at this point, I’m very pleased with the products I’ve tried this far.

I do want to point out the EXACT products that I’ve used, which are the Renew Shampoo, Revitalize Conditioner, Air Dry Cream, Super Moisture Masque, and the Refinish Control Hairspray.

Most of the time, I just use the Renew Shampoo, Revitalize conditioner and Refinish hairspray and less frequently use the other products mentioned.  (Back to that low-maintenance mom thing!)

Now, let’s address the elephant in the room (or maybe it’s more obvious than that):

Does Monat Cause Hair Loss and Other Negative Side Effects for some people?

This seems to be the million-dollar question, quite literally.

When I started researching “negative Monat reviews”,  I discovered there are numerous complaints and even class-action lawsuits being filed against Monat, from women claiming Monat caused serious damage to their scalp and hair.

A quick search of “Monat Reviews” on YouTube seemed to highlight many more negative than positive experiences with Monat.

The main allegations are by women who have experienced symptoms ranging from from mild to extreme hair loss – losing hair in clumps, resulting in bald spots and even open sores on the scalp.

But is this a case of the “the squeaky wheel gets the grease?”

And why would a product that is marketed as being “naturally based, safe and pure” seem to have such severe side effects for so many people?

From what I can gather, it does appear that there is an unknown percentage of women who are particularly sensitive to some of the ingredients found in Monat products.

One ingredient that is speculated to be a culprit in many of these claims is Capixyl.

Capixyl has been around for a few years as an agent to promote hair growth but it hasn’t yet been cleared by the FDA, unlike Monoxidil which is used in Rogaine, for example.

Note:  Monat has addressed the negative claims here, stating:  “MONAT uses ingredients considered safe for cosmetic use by FDA and European Commission. All MONAT products are made in facilities that are GMP certified, registered with the FDA operated in accordance with FDA regulations and that are subject to FDA audit and inspection.”

From what I am reading, the ingredients themselves are considered safe, but the drug Capixyl, a biomimetic signal peptide which is a combination of ingredients, has not actually been cleared by the FDA.

Guys, this stuff is complex.  Bear with me!

Capixyl contains red clover, which is a natural substance that has been used traditionally for regulating hormones.

According to Web MD, “Red clover contains ‘isoflavones’ which are changed in the body to ‘phytoestrogens’ that are similar to the hormone estrogen.”  The interactions information for red clover actually states that “Large amounts of red clover might have some of the same effects as estrogen”.

For this reason, cancer patients in particular should know that if they’re taking Tamoxifen they should not use products containing red clover.

I say this because I would guess that cancer patients could be a target audience for a product that is supposed to promote hair growth.

In this very recent news story, a Monat spokesperson contends that their products are thoroughly tested and that there is no warning label regarding Capixyl because the amount of the controversial ingredient isn’t enough to warrant concern.

They also point to independent clinical studies on the safety and effectiveness of Capixyl, found in this document.

Marketing Concerns

It seems likely that where the problem really lies is in how the products were marketed to certain consumers.

I’ve read several accounts of customers who experienced the hair loss and sores on their scalp and were told that these were “detox symptoms” by their consultants and that they needed to push through to see the positive results later.

I have searched for information about this “hair detox” term and have spoken with my sister about it as well, who is a stylist at a very reputable high-end salon.

There doesn’t seem to be any real science to prove that hair loss and open sores are part of any natural process your scalp should go through in order to regrow hair.

Monat Review - Update

In fact, any reputable hair professional or doctor will tell you that if you experience these symptoms, you are clearly having a reaction to the ingredients and you should discontinue use immediately.

Although Monat refers to a “detoxifying process” on their website, they also clearly state that damage to your hair and scalp are not part of this process.

So, is Monat really “natural” or not?

It’s important to note that the term “naturally-derived” simply means that some ingredients from nature were used to create the product…which has ingredients not occuring in nature added to it, of course.

I knew that when I started using Monat that it wasn’t a chemical-free product, but that it is supposed to contain far less toxins than your average hair care products.

And I also understand that anyone can have a sensitivity or allergic reaction to just about any product.

Another thing I didn’t put a lot of thought into however, is that there are other natural ways to grow your hair longer and stronger, and there are many online resources to teach you how to do this.  This is something else to consider before investing a ton of money in a natural hair product line.

Concerning fragrances

I’ve written a few different articles which mention my own sensitivities to products containing synthetic fragrances (I’ll list these at the end of the post).

I prefer to make my own  foaming hand soap, face wash and avoid laundry soap with added fragrance.

So, I was a little disappointed that I somehow missed the fact that Monat does contain synthetic fragrances.

I noticed “fragrance” on the label as soon as I received my products in the mail.  I, like most people, probably zoomed in on the possibility of thicker hair with Monat and overlooked it.

Monat’s website states this:  “We use fragrances with ingredients approved as safe by the Research Institute for the Fragrance Material (RIFM) and the International Fragrance Association (IFRA). RIFM is the scientific authority for the safe use of fragrance materials.”

Monat - is it really all natural?

As for me personally, I have not experienced the problems with Monat that I would normally associate with fragrance sensitivities.  (Dry, itchy, tender scalp.)

I HAVE had sensitivities to other shampoos with strong fragrances in the past.

Will I continue to use Monat in light of this (somewhat confusing) information?

To be honest, I’m not sure, and I’ll tell you why in a second.

The fact that Monat might not be as “natural” as I might have originally thought isn’t a deal-breaker for me.

As I’ve said over and over, the term “natural” and “healthy” can mean a lot of different things to a lot of different people.

For me, it’s finding a balance with products that are the least toxic (as possible), but actually work.


So, in the “less toxic” and “gets results” categories, Monat meets those marks for me – at least as of now.

But the one nagging thing that disturbs me in all of this is the attitude that seems to be portrayed by executives at Monat as they are addressing the claims of hair loss and other damage experienced by consumers.

They are basically countering these claims with more negativity, stating that the women who have come forward are completely making up the information, falsifying photographs, and simply trying to redirect business to other competitors.

Could this be happening?

Your guess is as good as mine, but it seems illogical that a handful of women would go to such great lengths in an attempt to defame a multi-billion dollar company.

According to one report, the FDA is currently investigating 187 adverse reports related to Monat products.

This seems to be reminiscent of the Wen FDA investigation which has been ongoing since 2016.

Consumers reported many of the same symptoms with Wen products, although the number of claims was much higher (1,386 adverse event reports as of November 2016).

This article from Buzzfeed explains the lawsuit Monat is filing against one particular customer (and former consultant).

Maybe this is standard in the beauty industry to go to these great lengths to protect their reputation – I have no idea.

But I didn’t get the impression that the Monat executives were very empathetic at all to customers alleging very serious side effects from their products.

Monat put up this website to further address complaints and litigation, if you’d like to read more.

Monat review - update and research on this hair care line. Does it really help regrow hair? #Monat #Hair #Shampoo

Monat Research – In summary

One important thing to keep in mind for each one of us:  MLM consultants who are selling you a hair product likely do not have the same level of expertise as a well-trained hair care professional, nor the experience of dealing with hundreds or thousands of heads of hair.

Talk to a trained, reputable stylist about what hair products are beneficial for you.

Just because something is marketed as “natural” doesn’t mean it’s necessarily safe for everyone.

Remember that essential oils are natural and can be very beneficial, but are also potent in large doses.  Anyone can have an adverse reaction to a given oil.

And PLEASE talk to your doctor if you experience any adverse reactions to any hair or skin care products.

I don’t care if your best friend is selling it to you, your health should be the priority!

I truly hope that any potential problems with these products are resolved quickly, and that more information will be available for all of us in the future.

While I’m no hair and beauty expert, clearly, I would hate to recommend any product that turns out to be more harmful than helpful to you!

Feel free to leave your feedback on Monat in the comments.


You might also like:

• An Honest Review of Monat Hair Care for Postpartum Hair Loss (my original review)

• A Practical Mom’s Guide to a {Naturally} Healthy Home This Year

• Crazy Laundry Hacks (and other facts) You Should Know

• DIY Foaming Hand Soap Recipe

• Top 5 Baby Products for the Natural-Minded Mom

• 5 “Must-Have” Crunchy Baby Products – and their Practical Alternatives




36 comments on “Monat Review: Update and a Summary of Research on the Controversial Hair Care Line”

    • Before I did this research I had ordered the shampoo from the Monat Junior’s line to use on my 2 year old’s hair which is thin and tangles easily. It does work really well on my daughter’s hair and she has not had any reaction to the product. I would research the ingredients in this particular product if you have concerns.

  1. Dear Brandi,

    Thank you for the insights. I was doing research on whether I would invest in the Monat products as I have substantially lost about 50% of my hair with age due to genetics and thyroid disease. You’ve saved me a lot of time and work. A great read. Keep up the good work!

  2. I’ve only used Monat three times andhave this awful itchy rash on my thigh probably15 inches long it only came when I got this new product when you talk about rash could it be on a different part of your body other than scalp?

  3. I really loved your review thank you for your article. I am a market partner with Monat so I wanted to say one thing that bothered me at the end. I’m also a pharmacist. Actually a compounding pharmacist so breaking down products ingredient by ingredient is my specialty. I’m also a daughter of life long salon owners so I know a thing or two about hair. I wouldn’t be so quick to judge those selling the product – a lot of us have put a lot of time and effort into researching our products. I’ve walked into salons pitching these products and I’m sorry but some of the stylists know far less than I do about hair. So my suggestion to the client is do your own research from legit resources don’t just take someone else’s word for it.


    • I agree with that point- everyone should do their own research. There can be uneducated stylists as well as uneducated salespersons pitching Monat products. My biggest problem with this particular company is not so much that market partners are intentionally misleading customers (I don’t think that is really the case), but the unprofessional/uncaring attitude that seems to be portrayed by execs at the very top, in response to customer complaints.

  4. Hi,
    I am 6 months postpartum. I have been using Monat for close to a year. I started while I was pregnant. I have been experiencing pretty extreme hair loss since I had my baby 6 months ago. It hasn’t slowed down yet. I’m concerned as to whether this is the hormones or the shampoo. Any opinions on whether Monat could be causing this? I love this product other than the hair loss (which again, I don’t know if it’s being caused by the product or not) I’m not sure how long post partum hair loss continues and wondering if anyone can offer some input based on their own experiences. Thank you!

    • Postpartum hair loss can be normal and for many it does start in pregnancy, BUT I’m not a doctor so I really can’t answer that. However, as I mentioned there are many testimonials online that you can find of some people having a negative reaction to the product and one of those reactions is allegedly hair loss. This article states that postpartum hair loss usually peaks around the 4 month mark after giving birth but other sources I’ve read also state 6-12 months. If it’s extreme hair loss – and it were me – I would consider talking to your doctor to rule out hormones / thyroid or other factors that could be causing it. And maybe discontinue the product for a few months to see if that makes a difference. I hope this resolves for you soon!

  5. I’ve been using Monat for about 18 months. My teenage daughter has been using it for about 16 months. We both have fine hair strands but lots of hair. Neither of us have had any reactions to the products and we both feel like our hair is in great shape and can withstand all of the heat styling that we do to our hair. My hairdresser that I’ve been going to for a long time said that this is best shape she’s ever seen my hair in. My daughters hairdresser told her at her last cut that she has beautiful hair in awesome shape and to never dye it because it’s such a great color. Our experience with Monat has only been positive so far.

    • That’s great that it’s working well for you both! Which products are you using? I would be interested to know. I never intended for this article to cast Monat in a negative light -but to make readers aware of potential reactions that some seem to experience. I did not experience any negative side effects either.

  6. After losing about half of my hair volume due to thyroid issues, I was absolutely thrilled to find Monat’s Intense Repair system (I think they call it “Let it Grow”). My hair seriously rebounded almost immediately. I had pretty large “power allies” at my temples where I would need to pull my bangs forward to hide them. After about two weeks, my hairline was almost completely filled in with brand new inch-long growth. I never lost hair or had patches like some reviews. It did make my hair tangly when using the shampoo, but using any conditioner solved that. My hair is much thicker overall and I can actually sweep my bangs to my side without fear of showing my receding hair line. My only gripe is the stupidly large expense ($100 each month) and the recurring subscription. The website does not make it easy to postpone your order a month … it’s possible, but you have to pay attention and make sure you’ve clicked until you have it confirmed.I’ve been using Monat for about 18 months and am afraid to go off of it! I wish there was (and maybe there is) a lower cost, over the counter option.

    • I’m in the same spot right now, Michelle – I like the products but they’re not very affordable for the average mom. And if your child dumps it down the drain (which happens!) you’re thinking, that’s a weeks’ worth of groceries right there! I’ve taken a break from Monat currently and I’m back to using Nioxin. My sister keeps telling me to just massage my scalp and the thinning areas when I wash my hair and that might help as much as the shampoo. Some people also use Almond oil and massage it a very small amount. If I find a cheap miracle substitute to Monat I’ll have to write about it for sure!

  7. Hi there, this has been one of three best monat reviews, very objective and honest! Ive been using it for about a month and my hair gets super greasy by day 2 (which it never used to and itchy). Like you mentioned everyone keeps saying it’s the detox stage (which their verbage in my head makes sense, it’s getting rid of all the gunk and build up from years of silicones and waxes in most products)… so i’m willing to stick it out if that’s correct, but i also don’t want to continue if that’s my hair telling me it’s an allergic reaction?? Any thoughts? I’ve basically just noticed normal hair shedding nothing out of the ordinary, just confused about the greasiness and itchiness, would APPRECIATE yours or anyone else insight! Thank you!

    • I’m not sure about the greasiness, but are you washing it twice? They recommend shampooing once for removing product buildup (I believe) and then the second time for a more thorough cleansing. Then follow up with conditioner. I’ve also been told to make sure you’re using conditioner consistently (from my hairstylist-sister) because your hair will over-produce oil if you deprive it of moisture. As for the itchiness and hair loss…I’d keep on eye on that. In my personal experience itchiness was a sign I was sensitive to an ingredient in the shampoo (not Monat, but other brands). Hair loss should only be temporary IF it’s truly a sign of “detox” although I could not find any evidence that that is a real “thing”. And based on the customer complaints as mentioned, just watch out for sores on your scalp- that’s a definite sign that something is wrong and time to discontinue use. I hope you do see good results! Thanks for taking the time to read and comment, Nicole 🙂

  8. Excellent read!
    I’m not associated with the company, other than signing up recently to be a VIP member. I started my journey about 7 months ago when a co-worker gave me a sample at the office. I immediately seen a different in my hair, much softer than my normal shampoo. I have commitment issues so I wasn’t SOLD on signing up right away, but i did want to give the shampoo and conditioner a try, so I purchased the volume system for full retail price.

    I have very fine (But lots of it), limp hair that does not grow past my shoulders, so my co-worker recommended the volume system. After the horrid detox phase that lasted 3 weeks… of continuously greasy hair I started to see a difference of volume in my hair. I’m now on month 7, and just purchased my first VIP order of the black shampoo, dry shampoo, and rejuvabeads. The volume system did last me 6 months, after the detox phase I can now go 2-3 days between washes which I could NEVER do before, I had to faithfully wash my hair everyday.
    Overall, I’m VERY happy with the products, they are expensive but my hair is feeling great, it’s the longest and healthiest it’s ever been since I was 14. I highly recommend.

  9. Glad I found your review. My son’s girlfriend recently started using and now sells Monat. Her mom and sister also use it. They have had great results and I have seen before and after photos of all. I just used it for the first time today. Took a before and after photo. I have been complaining to my hairdresser for months about a dry frizzy patch in the back of my hair. Thinking it is hormonal (I am 48). After one use with Monat (I used the Revive shampoo and conditioner), my hair was soft, smooth and I have heavy blonde highlights and the blonde looked even more blonde. Not sure if this happened because some of the buildup was removed. Whatever the reason, it looked better. I also used a drop of their hair oil. Love it and it smells like lemons!! I have only used once but no side effects. My mom and sister-in-law also have samples and I cannot wait to get their feed back. All three of us have different hair so it will be interesting to see how it works for them.

    • It’s so interesting to me how varied the results are for different people. I took a break from Monat for a little bit recently and went back to it because my hair was drying out and seemed thinner right after I stopped using it. It’s already shinier and healthier after using it again for the last month.

  10. I really appreciate this blog post and the honesty coming from the post and comments! I just signed up to sell and have spent hours doing research when I came across this one. And I just wanted to put a comment out there for a few concerns in the comments. If you are having concerns with your hair (like some comment about excessive grease) I would highly recommend talking to your sponsor to make sure you’re using the best products for you. The whole point as a Market Partner is to help pick the best suited products for each INDIVIDUALS specific hair type. Not to blanket everyone with the same thing. As well as post-poning the flex ship date every 2 months. A really good sponsor should be watching this date and talking with you about pushing this date! I would recommend finding a good one if you just signed up alone or speaking with other partners if you have concerns!!

  11. Great impartial review. Using a topical product like shampoo to fight hair loss seems illogical to me, especially since post parting hair loss is mostly caused by hormone deficiency and can easily be cured in many cases simply by taking prenatal vitamins, but I’ll admit I’m curious what all the fuss is about. I’ll stick to b5.

    • I have also started taking a supplement with B vitamins among other things, and I agree that hair loss (even postpartum hair loss) is definitely something that should be approached holistically. That said, I’ve found that it never hurts to use products that don’t coat your hair with silicone and other junk that you don’t need (hence the reason I’m still using Monat for now) 🙂 Thanks for reading!

  12. My daughter in law and I tried it at her moms house and loved it till we saw the price. Her mom was nice enough to give us a bottle of both the shampoo and conditioner in July and have since given us 2 more of both. U have had no problems with it but she has gotten really dry and flakey scalp but I think it is because she is washing it to much. I can go up to a week without washing it and love it. Neither one of us has had any of the problems from detox that I have read here. I have had like baby curls at the base of my head for years that never grew but now are almost long enough to pull up in a pony with the rest of my hair. I don’t know how much longer we will be able to use it because neither one of us can afford it but we will see.
    Thank you so much for posting this so people get an idea of what they are using.

    • I agree that the price is NOT affordable. I also personally don’t like that you have to have a recurring subscription. It’s easy to forget and end up with too much product. I do think washing it too frequently can be a problem because it really seems to do a good job stripping off buildup – but also necessary oils, if you overwash.

  13. I am 69 years old and decided to try Monat products because of all the hype. My hair was thinning and I read how beneficial the Intensive Renewal product line was. I started using the products in February, 2018. By July, I was in the Dermatologist’s office with scaley scalp and hair falling out daily. I stopped using the products. By September, I had to stop coloring my hair and it continued to fall out. Three more Dermatologist appointments and about 30% of my hair left on my head, I resorted to wigs. I was in contact with Monat and when they determined I was not going to sue them, they pretty much blew me off and told me to stop using their products. They offered no compensation and didn’t want the biopsy report from my Dermatologist. My advice is this: If you begin to have any reaction at all, stop using the products. The worst is yet to come. A biopsy indicated contact dermatitis. I’ve turned the corner now (it’s January, 2019) and my hair is beginning to come in. However, whether I will ever be able to color it is TBD. My formerly dark hair is coming in silver white adding 10 years. I’m just glad I have some hair. My Doc wasn’t sure it wasn’t permanent scarring which would have left me with no hair for the rest of my life. Be aware that Monat products are not for everyone!

  14. I’m 60 & have been using Monat for 3 months. Two small scabs on my forehead hairline as well as small itchy patches have developed over the past two weeks. A $25 fee will be charged if I cancel my VIP subscription. I’m considering continued use of my Monat products for one more month or until another scalp development occurs solely because my hair hasn’t looked this good in 30 years. What do you think?

    • I am not a doctor but if it were me personally, I would discontinue use. I would be concerned about the scabs especially as that sounds like a reaction to something in the product. Unless, of course, you’ve ruled out other causes or products you’ve used recently that could have caused it.

  15. Not only did their products make my hair fall out and give me sores on my scalp, they will not let me cancel. I guess I have to cancel my card with the bank. I have called. I have written and they insist on sending me this product that is caustic and dangerous. They are they most dishonest, unethical company I have ever dealt with! BUYER BEWARD!

  16. Awesome article. I’m a Monat market partner and faithful user… I get frustrated when people think I shouldn’t use it cuz someone they know had issues, I’ve used for 3 years with amazing success.

    I would love the link of this article so I could share on my blog. May I get it please

  17. I’ve been using Monat for a little over a year now. At first, it seemed to be amazing. My hair felt softer and smoother than ever. Recently I had noticed my hair becoming, straw-like and when I wash my hair, globs of hair come out. I haven’t had hair-loss like that since I had my last baby(5years ago).
    I am going to stop usage and see what happens.
    Last night, I used my daughters Ogx brand shampoo and finally didn’t have a scary amount of hair in my hands to rinse off.

    • At this point, I am finding the same thing, Laura. I have not updated this post in a while, but I have stopped using Monat for now. I actually stopped and started twice. It DOES make my hair look great for a few months, and then it dries out, it seems. I kind of have a theory that because it’s so good at “stripping” out the silicones and other buildup, it is somewhat too efficient and strips your hair of other good things it might need to be healthy? Again, just a thought. My hair was starting to fall out a little more than normal so I stopped using it and the hair loss has stopped and my hair looks a lot healthier (with drugstore shampoo).

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