In the treatment of hair loss, no two people are exactly the same. But everyone can follow the same general rules to promoting healthy skin and preventing hair loss. Part of that prevention strategy is controlling an oily substance produced by the body known as sebum.
September is the perfect opportunity to raise awareness about Alopecia and the many new and advanced treatment options - all while celebrating the unique individualism of a community that is 6.8 million strong in the United States alone. With Alopecia, the loss of hair on the scalp and body is due to an autoimmune disease that is characterized by either small patches of hair loss (Alopecia Areata) affecting about 70% of those diagnosed with Alopecia, to total scalp hair loss (Alopecia Totalis), or even the loss of all body and scalp hair (Alopecia Universalis).
New Image Hair Clinic is committed to celebrating and supporting all persons who experience sudden or chronic hair loss from Alopecia. Our hope is to restore personal confidence and enhance the individual's true beauty by offering multiple hair loss solutions to fit a wide range of personalities and life styles. Our Alopecia solutions empower clients to live life to the fullest while instilling a personal freedom - not based on outer beauty, but in self-actualization.
As men age, one of their most common complaints is hair loss. If you find yourself in this camp, don't worry! You're not alone. Every year thousands of men look in the mirror and consider adopting the Mr. Clean look - a completely shaved head - to combat their thinning tresses. While many men love the shaved look, others struggle with the transition and wish they could reverse the clock to their full hair days. So, is a shaved head really the only option for balding men? The short answer is no.
A woman's hair is one of her most defining assets. Whether she has straight hair or curly, blonde or brown, thick or thin, a woman's hair is an important part of her overall appearance.
But by the time they reach 40, over 40% of women will experience some level of hair loss. For some, the hair loss is temporary. For others, it may permanently alter the appearance or texture of their hair.
What causes hair loss in women, and how can it be treated?
Nobody wants to have dry, brittle hair—but what can you do to prevent it? Actually, there are a number of practical steps you can take to ensure your hair stays hydrated. In this post, we’ll offer just a few of our top recommendations—but if chronically dry hair is something you struggle with, we might also recommend coming to see us at New Image, where can can recommend a solution that’s tailored to your needs.
Most of us have experienced redness of the scalp at some point or another—perhaps because we spent a long day in the summer sun and forgot to apply the proper sunscreen. It’s important to be aware that redness of the scalp isn’t always the result of sunburn, however, and in fact there are a number of serious skin disorders that can cause this problem. When left untreated, these conditions can have a ruinous impact on your scalp and on your hair—possibly even contributing to hair loss. In this post, we’ll outline some of the things that might be causing your red scalp.