Hair Loss

10 Hair Growth Myth Busters

As time goes by as many as myths and legends about how to grow and maintain beautiful hair and a big portion of them today sounds a bit naive.  Is it healthier to brush your hair often?  Absolutely not true as it forcefully pulls out hairs that were not about to fall and scratch needlessly …

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Hair Pigment & Alopecia (Hair Loss)

Alopecia Usually, the first cycle of hair regrowth with alopecia areata is gray and very thin but the next cycles make it thicker and healthier.  It has been found that alopecia initially targets pigmented hair and then non-pigmented.  “Alopecia areata has been compared by some to vitiligo, an autoimmune skin disease where the body attacks …

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Alopecia is in most cases is just an autoimmune disorder that disappears within a year’s time. After some panicking and looking for the right direction of how to efficiently treat it, people just find the way and go after until they completely get over it. But the thing is that not all types of hair …

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Laser Therapy For Hair Regrowth

What is a “low dose laser therapy”? Low-level laser therapy is a safe form of light/heat treatment under investigation for a variety of health indications. It is being used to treat the genetic forms of hair loss common in men and women, androgenetic alopecia or pattern balding. Low-level laser therapy names: red light therapy, cold laser, soft laser, biostimulation, and photobiomodulation The LLLT  has …

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Female Alopecia (Hair Loss)

Alopecia is the medical term for women’s hair loss or baldness. According to the USA National Alopecia Areata Foundation: “It occurs in males and females of all ages and races, but onset most often occurs in childhood. Approximately 6.8 million people in the United States and 147 million worldwide have or will develop alopecia areata at some point in their lives”. We are 7.53 billion worldwide. So it’s about 10% of the world’s population and the tendency to develop further is very likely to grow.