Because of vitamin deficiency, some may experience hair loss. This type of deficiency is called telogen effluvium. Telogen effluvium is when the hair is prematurely forced from the growing stage (anagen) to the resting stage, therefore causing hair loss. You can prevent hair loss from vitamin deficiency with a good hair care regimen and diet,… Read More »
Most women will probably admit, they are, in some ways, emotionally attached to their hair. Many women grew up grooming and styling her dolls’ hair to stimulate her imaginative mind, as a child. Spending hours of their lives in the mirror to be sure all strands of hair are perfectly dressed. A lot of… Read More »
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When it comes to hair loss, an ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure. Though hair transplant surgeries like FUE or FUT can create a new hairline from scratch, you don’t have to wait until you’re bald before you take action. You can prevent hair loss and even reverse it, with oral and… Read More »
High Hairline: Best Ways to Protect & Regrow Your Hairline Developing what is known as a “mature” hairline doesn’t necessarily mean that you’re on the verge of going bald. It’s perfectly normal for a man’s hairline to move up by about one centimeter between the ages of 17-30. Still, it’s a good idea to get… Read More »
Did You Know? Common Hair Loss Myths That Aren’t True Hair loss (medically known as alopecia) is becoming increasingly common. Still, despite the prevalence of this condition, it remains poorly understood. Many people are confused about what causes hair loss, who can develop hair loss, and how to treat it. Here, we debunk some of… Read More »
Did you know that it is completely normal to lose between 50 to 100 hairs per day as part of the normal hair shedding process? It is not uncommon for people to shed more hairs than this in response to a stressful event or an illness. Excessive hair shedding is known as telogen effluvium, and… Read More »