Man or woman, young or old, it’s probably safe to assume your hair goals are characterized by adjectives like shiny and thick, not thin and stringy. If you’re noticing less hair on your head and more in your shower drain, don’t panic—hair loss is often reversible. Even when it’s not, there are extremely realistic hairpieces available today that elegantly mask the appearance of thinning hair. You can regain a full head of luxurious hair!
Hair loss can be a frustrating and challenging experience for any sufferer. However, there are some natural ways you can combat it on your own, and one of the best methods is via your diet. If you want to know what foods you can eat to fight hair loss, check out the list below. These four foods can help restore proper nutrients to your hair and ensure it’s as healthy as possible.
Have you spent the last few years knocking off the things you need to do off your list? Do you find yourself with the same New Year’s resolutions, but find yourself not accomplishing them? Do not get discourage as your not alone. Only 8 percent of people meet their resolutions and there are many reasons why.
There are many great organizations out there that do tremendous work with cancer patience. Anything from breast cancer awareness to counseling and support for families. I would like to take a moment and honor an organization that New Look Institute helped raise money for. It is an organization called Cancer CAREpoint.
There are millions of people that experience hair loss and many of those people are looking for ways to stop their hair loss from getting worse. Unfortunately, the majority of reasons for hair loss have no cure, but knowing the type of hair loss you have can help you make the right decisions when trying to find a solution. Below is an outline of causes of hair loss that you might be experiencing right now.
Hair loss is very hard and emotional for a lot of people to go through and we understand that first hand, here at New Look Institute we see it everyday. Clients that come to us are looking to not only get feeling of looking great again, but also restore their confidence in the way they see themselves.
Alopecia areata is a condition where you lose your hair, either in patches or all over. Generally, this disease causes hair loss on the scalp in both sexes and the beard area in men. Your own immune system is the cause. It launches war on the area where hair growth begins — in the follicles. Since society places so much value on appearance, it isn’t surprising that those afflicted must cope with the psychological effects of hair loss.
Kiva is a non-profit organization, founded in 2005, with a mission to connect people through lending to alleviate poverty. Leveraging the Internet and a worldwide network of microfinance institutions, Kiva lets individuals lend as little as $25 to help create opportunity around the world. 100% of every dollar lent on Kiva goes directly towards funding loans.
Breast Cancer Awareness month is in full swing and there are a lot of people who love supporting the research and funding by dying their hair pink. The reason for this is to promote donations to help fund breast cancer research. The thought is, if someone sees you with pink hair it would remind that person of the importance of donating to such a great cause!