Hairloss

Laser Comb Hair Loss Treatment
Sep 17
Laser Comb Hair Loss Treatment

Laser comb hair loss treatment has gained more fame and prominence than any other hair loss treatment methods of contemporary age. Biggest advantage of laser comb treatment is that a person can perform it without stepping out from the comfort of his home. Hand held laser comb is extremely simple to use and multiple individuals can utilize the same laser comb. Results of natural laser comb hair loss treatment will differ greatly on a case-by-case and individual basis. According to cosmetic clinicians, laser comb method needs to be supplemented by vitamins and other topical treatments. It is believed that vitamin supplements will enhance the effects ....

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Topical Minoxidil Drug Delivery-A Pharmacokinetic View
Apr 21
Topical Minoxidil Drug Delivery-A Pharmacokinetic View

Minoxidil Overview Minoxidil, an antihypertensive drug is, coincidentally, the first-line topical therapy for alopecia (Male Pattern Baldness). Minoxidil is currently under active pharmacological investigation (Scow et al, 1999). Minoxidil Pharmacokinetics Numerous pharmacological factors like bioavailability and bioaccessibility (Heaney and Robert, 2001) determine the efficacy of topical Minoxidil for treating alopecia. Technically, the bioavailability of a drug is the maximum when dispensed by the intravenous route and dwindles by oral and topical routes due to pharmacokinetic events like incomplete absorption and first-pass metabolism. Bioaccessibility ....

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Medications & Hair Loss
Mar 13
Medications & Hair Loss

While many believe that heredity is to blame when it comes to hair loss, there are many extraneous factors that can cause or exacerbate hair loss. For instance, many medications currently available on the U.S. market have been linked to hair loss in both men and women. Even hormonal fluctuations and pregnancy have been connected to hair loss in women. Furthermore, several antidepressants have been linked to hair loss in men and women. As a result, you should speak to your doctor if you plan on taking antidepressants over a long period of time, as long term use of antidepressant drugs can cause thinning of hair in patients. In addition, steroids ....

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Hair Loss – Not Just a Man’s Problem (Female Hair Loss)
Mar 4
Hair Loss – Not Just a Man’s Problem (Female Hair Loss)

Hair loss is scary for everyone. It can happen quickly, for no apparent reason and when it does you want to fix it – fast. However, while it can be distressing for a man, especially when it starts early in life, there is no doubt that for women, it can be absolutely devastating. A woman’s hair is often an integral part of her identity and losing it, for whatever reason, can lead to a drop in confidence and self-worth. While a larger number of men than women will experience hair loss in their lifetime, the problem is more prevalent among females than you may think. Here, we look at some of the more common reasons for female hair loss. Hormonal ....

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How to Treat Thinning Hair
Feb 5
How to Treat Thinning Hair

There many different medical treatments available for treatment of thinning hair, an issue which most people will have to deal with at some point of their life. According to scientific reports, hair thinning in men and women is mainly due to hereditary condition. Natural hair products come handy in the treatment of hormone related hair thinning. In some cases, hair thinning may occur due to medical issues such as thyroid infections, scalp infections and skin disorders. Hence, it is suggested that the aforementioned medical conditions should be treated in the preliminary stage of thinning hair treatment. As medication for cancer, depression, heart ....

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How to Tell If You’re Going Bald
Sep 24
How to Tell If You’re Going Bald

Aging is something that is very difficult to fathom as you get older. No one likes to grow up, especially if that involves hair loss. There are some symptoms that you might experience, but it is important to properly diagnose your issue before taking any new medications or health regimens. Here are some steps in taking control of your hair loss. First things first, don’t panic. Your hair loss could be a result of numerous things. According to studies, most people lose between 50-100 hairs a day, a measly amount compared to the 100,000 hairs on your head.  However, the most normal factors of hair loss are your genetics and your age. You can ....

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5 Hair Mistakes to Avoid
Sep 12
5 Hair Mistakes to Avoid

Hair is a sensitive subject. Whether you’ve had your share of bad salon experiences or tried an at-home treatment that went awry, we have all been in a place of distress with our locks. However, after trial and tribulation, there are still some simple hair mistakes we make when it comes to maintaining hair health and beauty. 1) Using hot irons to damp hair- Yes, heat makes wetness disappear, but in this case, you will completely demolish your hair’s ends and break it in the process. Just wait until your hair dries fully or blow dry it to speed up the process, but whatever you do, do not iron wet hair. For more tips on hair styling visit our ....

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Three Natural Vitamins in Food That Help Regrow Hair
Aug 22
Three Natural Vitamins in Food That Help Regrow Hair

Fruits are known for their healing properties, but did you know that they can also help stimulate hair growth? Due to the prominent amounts of Vitamin C in fruits such as grapefruit, strawberries and papayas, eating these nutrient rich foods will keep your hair strong, voluminous and rich in color. Of course, it’s important not to overdo it, but keeping a healthy diet while incorporating these particular fruits will cause you to see a dramatic change in hair quality. Other fruits rich in Vitamin C include oranges, lemons, kiwis and tomatoes. To keep your scalp in pristine health, you have to load up on potassium. Foods that are rich in ....

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Main Types of Hair Loss
Aug 19
Main Types of Hair Loss

We talk about hair loss and the different ways it can happen in our articles, but we’ve only skimmed the big names. It’s time we tell you more about the kinds of hair loss known to date, and their causes. It’s the classic “nature vs nurture” dilemma, because hair loss can happen genetically, or due to outside sources. Androgenic Alopecia This is the most common form of hair loss, due to the genes you inherit. Once thought to only come from the mother’s side of the family, you can inherit hair loss from either parent. It’s also known as “Male Pattern Baldness,” presumably because most men that go through hair loss follow a similar ....

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Shedding – A Natural Part of the Hair Growth Cycle
Aug 12
Shedding – A Natural Part of the Hair Growth Cycle

What is the hair cycle? In laymen’s terms, a hair cycle is “the lifespan of a hair from sprouting to shedding.” The normal hair growth cycle is broken into three stages: anagen, catagen, and telogen. Hair growth is an ongoing process, and not every hair is growing or shedding at the same time. Makes you wonder how our hair doesn’t look uneven all the time, but the majority of our individual hairs are uneven anyways. 85% of our hair is growing, 15% is resting, and these percentages can vary on what stage it is in, and how far along in the stage it is. Anagen – This is the growth phase of hair. Although the hair itself is dead and can’t ....

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