Hair loss happens to the best of us. Even the (so-called) sexiest, most attractive people on earth- celebrities. Knowing even movie stars have hair loss can make us feel a little less alone. Here's a few of the rich and famous amongst us that have admitted they have alopecia.
Hair loss can be a truly a sensitive subject, but there's hope. In fact, losing hair is a condition that impacts both men and women alike. Women take pride in the look, feel, and texture of their hair, but men want to feel confident about their hair too. If you're suffering from hair loss, you're not alone.
Castor oil may have some benefits that aid certain physical issues for specific persons. People have used it as a popular home remedy over the years. The castor seed, or bean, was one of the first commercial products.
There are times when dry shampoo can save the day. When you don't have time for a regular shampoo, these sprays or powders prove to be a quick way to spruce up your hair by fluffing it out, making it appear cleaner and more voluminous, and giving it a nice scent. You can use dry shampoo to help extend the life of a color treatment (though it will lose some of its shine) and/or maintain salon styling service a little longer than usual.
Dandruff is what happens when tiny pieces of your scalp start sloughing off. The bits of skin catch in your hair follicles, making it appear that you're either not washing your hair or that you've developed some sort of skin condition. One out of every five people in the United States suffers from dandruff at any given time.
If you style your hair regularly using a blow dryer, curling iron, or flat iron—which is many of us—you're hair is prone to heat damage. The damage can be as simple as split ends but can also manifest itself in hair loss if the heat damage is severe enough. For our readers whose hair gets a fair amount of heat, in this article, we will talk about what causes heat damage, what signs to look for to know if your hair is becoming damaged, and what you can do about it.
Traction alopecia, contrary to the autoimmune disorder alopecia areata, has a known underlying cause and can be prevented. While it is not caused by a disease, if it is not stopped, it can cause permanent hair loss. Certain individuals including gymnasts and ballerinas who often tightly pull their hair back are at high risk of experiencing this condition. Keep reading to learn what you can do to avoid traction alopecia and prevent permanent hair loss.
You've probably heard of seasonal affective disorder—depression that hits with the change of seasons, particularly in the winter when the days are shorter. And of course, you know all about the various environmental changes that happen with the change of seasons. But did you know about seasonal hair loss? It's a real thing! Here is what you need to know about seasonal hair loss and what you can do about it.
So there you are, minding your own business when you spot a few stray hairs on your pillow. Normally, this would not cause you any alarm, however, you did start taking a new supplement a few weeks ago. Before you start to panic you pick up the bottle and look at the side effects. You need to know if creatine can cause hair loss.
Getting out and meeting new people is fun, but dating can also be a bit nerve-wracking. You want everything to be perfect, from choosing the best restaurant and picking out just the right outfit. Whether you're re-entering the dating scene after a break-up or still searching for that special someone, it's normal to have butterflies in your stomach.