If you're experiencing hair loss, know that you aren't alone. Most Americans will face some type of hair loss in their lifetime. The good news is, there are options out there to help you. New Image Hair Clinic offers a variety of hair loss treatments for both men and women.
When you're a hat wearer who has just noticed that your hairline is receding or that your hair feels thinner, it's perfectly natural to find yourself wondering if your hat led to the hair loss. At this time, there's no evidence to indicate a link between wearing hats and hair loss.
Managing hair loss is a concern for most people undergoing chemotherapy or other follicle-challenging situations. The good news is that your hair will more than likely grow back once you're completed treatment (usually within 3-4 weeks), but how do you manage hair loss in the meantime?
For many women, hair loss isn't something they discuss, but just because it's not a hot topic doesn't mean it's not an issue. It's estimated that approximately 30 million women living in the United States currently struggle with hair loss. Many women ultimately find themselves choosing between two different options: hair extensions or hair replacement treatments.
Everyone treasures the look of thick, luxurious locks as put on display by magazine cover models. However, there comes a time to face the reality of living with thin or thinning hair. Even those cover models have thinning hair, but they have stylists who know how to disguise the truth. We've compiled several hairstyles and styling tricks for thinning hair, which will help make your hair appear fuller and thicker.
Recently, New Image Hair Clinic had an opportunity to partner with Variety-The Children's Charity, a non-profit organization helping to improve the lives of kids with disabilities by providing them with custom-made bikes, strollers and communication devices. In partnership with local businesses and individuals, Variety gifts a local child with a disability a custom-designed device from one of their signature programs (My Voice, My Bike and My Stroller programs). The goal of these programs is to promote mobility, communication, and social interaction in children with disabilities, allowing each child to live life to its fullest, no matter what their disability may be- Helping kids, Be kids.