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  • Even Celebrities Experience Hair Loss!

    Tuesday, 19 November 2019 00:00

    You take pride in your hair. It is a part of who you are. It tells your story and shows your personality. Each strand of hair goes through a life cycle much like every other cell in your body. The typical lifespan of one strand of hair is 2 to 5 years. There's no need to panic if you see strands of your hair in the shower or sink. It is perfectly normal to lose about 50-250 hairs per day. You don't notice it because you have new hair growing to take its place. However, when you lose hair at a faster rate than it can grow back due to damaged hair follicles, this is defined as hair loss.

  • Dry Shampoo and Hair Loss

    Monday, 04 November 2019 00:00

    Dry shampoo is a popular option with women and men who are on the go. Dry shampoo is a powder that you run into your hair and scalp. No water is necessary, allowing you to enjoy clean hair without having to wash and dry your hair, which takes up a great deal of time. The main reason to use dry shampoo is to reduce oil build up on your scalp and hair.

  • Will Creatine Cause Hair Loss?

    Thursday, 17 October 2019 00:00

    Creatine has become popular as a performance-enhancing supplement for many athletes because it is believed to enhance muscle mass as well as provide athletes with bursts of strength. One of the reasons for its popularity is that it is available without the need for a doctor's prescription.

  • What is Alopecia?

    Tuesday, 08 October 2019 00:00

    A variety of factors can cause hair loss. Diet, environment, and health issues may all play a role when someone starts losing their hair. The dictionary defines alopecia as "the partial or complete absence of hair where it usually grows." The term Alopecia is used by the medical community to refer to several forms of hair loss, the most common being Alopecia Areata.

  • Best Hairstyles for Thinning Hair

    Wednesday, 18 September 2019 00:00

    Several women have thin hair and often find themselves in a great struggle when they want a good hairstyle. Frequent hair loss can lower a woman's self-esteem, as a hairstyle is one of the things that clearly define the beauty of a woman. The struggle to get an excellent hairstyle to suit each woman may be endless, but the options are not so limited.

  • Are Some Shampoos Contributing to Hair Loss?

    Wednesday, 11 September 2019 00:00

    Hair loss is natural for people. In fact, most people lose between 50 to 100 hairs a day. People don't notice this as lost hairs are replaced regularly by new growth. It is noticeable when new growth slows or stops. When this happens, the hair thinning and loss is recognized. A number of factors cause hair loss. Genetics plays an important role in hair loss. Hereditary is a natural cause of hair loss that people can't control. Some things, however, are manageable.

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