What a fantastic evening it was! Just two weeks ago, on October 22nd, we welcomed the Cesare Ragazzi team all the way from Italy to our New Look Institute office on South Bascom Avenue here in San Jose for an inspirational evening of learning, sharing, and examining.
We are extremely proud to have been chosen the San Jose area’s exclusive provider for Cesare Ragazzi Italian hair replacement solutions for men and women. We are especially excited because the Cesare Ragazzi Laboratories products truly stand apart with premier European and Italian hair replacement technology that is unmatched anywhere.
Short hair can be incredibly sexy. While long hair has traditionally symbolized femininity, sexuality, and youthfulness, short hair claims representation of women who are powerful, confident, provocative, and active.
New mothers often tell very similar versions of their stories of postpartum hair loss. A typical one goes something like this: My hair was thick and healthy during my pregnancy. I loved the luscious locks; they were better and fuller while I was pregnant than they ever had been before!
For many men and women, talking about their hair loss is a dreaded challenge that they wish to avoid for as long as possible. Hair loss in women is an especially difficult subject as there is simply less societal awareness and understanding of the issue.
Stress, the levels of it that we regularly maintain in our lives, and the way we respond to its pressure all play roles in many facets of our health and well-being.
From an outsider’s perspective, sudden hair loss can be one of the most visible indications of cancer. From the patient’s perspective, the sudden hair loss is like carrying around a giant sign that says, “I’m sick.”
Cancers are characterized by abnormally rapidly dividing cells. It then logically follows that the chemotherapy drugs created to treat cancers are designed to attack those rapidly dividing cells.
This post is the sixth and final post in a six-week series on Trichotillomania and Your Teen. Through education and comprehension, families can begin to address the disorder and get access to assistance and support.
This post is the fifth in a six-week series on Trichotillomania and Your Teen. Through education and comprehension, families can begin to address the disorder and get access to assistance and support.