Bad hair days, we all have them and some experts say we experience them up to 3 times a week. If you have less, then you are lucky. But why do we experience then only a couple times a week, not every day?
Hair loss is always a cause for concern, and it can be both troubling and stressful. Those feelings tend to be exacerbated when the hair loss is sudden, or from unusual or inexplicable circumstances. One of those circumstances is what's known as "traction alopecia."
Most people were probably never taught about a connection between oily hair and hair loss, it's not something that is openly discussed by friends and family. Our hygiene, was learned from our parents and grandparents. As kids, all we were told was "wash your hair" when it gets dirty.
Aggressive radiation or chemotherapy rapidly and effectively attack growing cancer cells, but the chance of hair loss while undergoing these therapies is very real. Chemotherapy drugs also attack other rapidly growing cells in the body including those in the roots of your hair.
For many people, weight loss is not only an important way to look and feel better, but it also can be a contributor to better health and a longer life. Many people address their weight concerns with diets, cleanses, or even with weight loss surgery.
At the annual Hair Visions International Hair Conference this past month, Sima Hilde, founder of New Look Institute, was honored with the esteemed Lifetime Achievement Award. This award recognizes Sima's decades of service and innovation in the hair restoration industry and her passion for helping others.
The short answer to your question is yes, testosterone can cause hair loss in women, but not in a direct manner as you might think. Secondly, rest assured that New Look Institute has the solutions you need to resolve any of your individual hair loss issues and restore your hair to its natural beauty. Now let's take a clinical look at how testosterone affects hair loss in women.
Have you ever felt like your scalp is burning? Have you touched your head and felt as if pins were being stuck into your scalp? If so, you may have a condition called Trichodynia, or burning scalp syndrome. This syndrome affects women more than men, as it seems to have something to do with long hair. Read on to learn more about this scalp condition.
Temporary hair loss, also known as, Telogen Effluvium, is a very common issue among men and women. The good news is that it is completely reversible. Here at New Look Institute, we are experts at keeping you looking your best with a variety of products while your hair regrows.
Hair loss is different for everyone, so it's difficult to find the advice that fits your needs online. As a result, many of our clients come to us thinking hair replacement is the only option. Many are surprised to learn that their hair may regrow with the right treatments and products!