HAIR LOSS IN WOMEN
Hair loss in women is more frequent than ever before. Environment, diet, stress, chemical processes and general state of being, can all affect the health of hair and scalp.
There are several types of hair loss in women, some temporary and others, permanent. The origin can be hereditary, hormonal, or directly linked to a health issue, medication, or even general anesthesia for surgery. Swift and proper identification of what’s causing the hair loss is the best way to avoid wasting time and money on ill-suited treatments. The key to decelerating hair loss is taking appropriate action as soon as possible.
There is no miracle cure, but there are solutions that may help balance the hair cycle and restore the healthfulness of the hair and scalp.
HAIR LOSS IN MEN
In 95% of all cases, men’s hair loss is androgenetic which means it’s hereditary. A specific enzyme transforms testosterone into DHT which causes inflammation of the sebaceous glands, provoking the production of sebum. The excess oil obstructs the hair follicle and ultimately asphyxiates the bulb.
Baldness progresses in several phases and over several years. It begins with frontotemporal recessions to the opening of the vertex, until finally, only a thin crown is left on the sides and the back of the head. The hair loss cycle can be accelerated and magnified due to a poor diet, stress, medication, or the use of certain products that leave residues on the hair.
There is no miracle cure, but there are solutions that help balance your hair cycle and slow down the process.