Hair transplantation is a surgery, and the latter always sounds quite scary. However, if you take good care of your hair, hair transplant results will last for years or even for a lifetime. One or two years after a session, no one will be able to recognize the fact that you’ve gone through a hair transplant procedure. Best of all, you’ll be able to cut and style your hair in any way that you want. These are all good reasons to find out more about hair transplantation and recovery intricacies.
Hair Loss in Women
Going through hair loss and thinning is a tough experience. However, you are not alone in this journey! Hundreds of women around the world go through hair loss caused by a variety of factors, from genetic predisposition to stress and vitamin deficiency. We have invited trichologists and hair experts to shed more light on how to prevent and stop hair thinning, as well as women who have had the courage to challenge the taboo and started blogging on how they manage their hair loss. We do hope that these articles will help you understand and deal with alopecia with maximum effectiveness and self-love.
My thinning hair has been a continuous challenge for me ever since I started styling my hair myself in my early teen years. I have learned a thing or two when it comes to various ways to manage very thin, stringy, and even sparse thinning tresses! Keep reading if you have similar problems and want to find the best thinning hair solutions! [click to continue…]
I had been having trouble growing my hair long since I cut it short as a teenager. Now, I’m a walking billboard for all these magical brands I incorporated in my routine a couple of years ago. These are just my lucky finds, not sponsored and honestly reviewed. Plus, all these hair growth products are available on Amazon, so you can order them in few clicks. [click to continue…]
We all want to feel healthy and happy, especially in today’s world where we are surrounded by uncertainty and change. If you’re like me and many other women who have experienced unexpected hair loss, it can increase your anxiety. There is good news, however. There are many reasons why you may be experiencing sudden hair loss, most of which are temporary and reversible. Here are 12 of the most common causes of hair loss in women.
Has your hairline begun to recede? Or, perhaps, you have even spotted balding at the front of your hair? Thinning edges is a common issue for natural hair. The good news is that is it reversible. This guide will explain why thinning edges happen and what are the natural ways to combat thinning and grow thick hairline back.
Does COVID cause hair loss? The short answer is yes! There has been an influx of diffuse shedding concerns from April 2020 to the current day, and there are more and more people sharing their disdain over the lost clumps of hair with the hashtag #covidhairloss. Read a clinical trichologist explain why there is a connection between COVID and hair loss and what your response should be.
If you experience female pattern baldness, grabbing a thickening shampoo or doing a few homemade masks won’t make much change. However, it is not a reason to get frustrated by the lack of means to regrow hair naturally. The goal can be attained! All it takes is to investigate the root causes of your hair loss and take up the right approach to fighting it. Let us introduce you to all the options.
Vitamins deficiency is one of the main causes of hair loss in women. Despite the wide availability of hair products enriched with vitamins and minerals for hair, true health of your locks starts from within. Thus, if you have noticed that your hair is falling out beyond its norm, it is time to analyze what vitamins you are lacking to optimize your nutrition or select supplements for hair growth.
Say it with me. Trick-oh-till-oh-may-nee-uh. Trichotillomania. If you are living with trich, I wrote this guide with you in mind. I want you to walk away with a better understanding of this particular hair-loss disorder. I will share five tips on living with trich that have helped me in my own life. These are things you could easily pass on to your friends who may be experiencing hair loss, themselves. [click to continue…]
While losing 100 to 150 strands of hair per day is normal, some women lose much more. This is often known as stress hair loss, which can be a huge problem. If you want to know if stress can cause hair loss and subsequently how to regain hair loss from stress, read on. Luckily, there are measures you can take to prevent and treat hair falling out from stress. [click to continue…]