Hair dying is a simple way of creating an entirely new look for yourself. Many older adults dye their hair to hide telltale signs of aging, such as gray hair, while others change their hair color to make a statement or because they find the color more attractive than their natural hair color. Whatever the reason for choosing to dye your hair, there is always a concern for whether the process will damage your scalp and hair and lead to thinning hair or hair loss.
As we age, our bodies endure subtle changes. While we may feel some effects of aging, there are many changes on a cellular level that are not readily seen. Many of the most apparent signs of aging are noticed in the skin and hair. As people age, they gradually begin to notice changes such as wrinkles and dark spots and scalp and hair issues, including thinning hair or hair loss. Many of these unwanted signs of aging happen because of a decrease in natural antioxidants in our bodies.
Thinning hair and hair loss is a concern for many people. It is considered normal for the average person to lose between 50 and 100 hairs every day. We find these loose strands on our pillow in the morning, in the drain when we wash our hair, and on our brush or comb when we style our hair.
Thinning hair and hair loss is a common issue that affects most men and women as they age. Many factors, such as genetics, diet, environment, hormonal changes, medical conditions, and medications, can cause and contribute to hair loss. Some shedding of hair is normal, with the average person losing 50 to 100 hairs each day. This shedding is typically not noticeable as new hair growth usually replaces this loss.
You may have heard recently that caffeine has been shown to positively effect hair growth and hair loss. You may have even noticed the recent release into the market of hair care product infused with caffeine. And while you have only recently heard about it, research studies released in 2014 are the source behind the growing interest in caffeine and hair. Given the growing interest, let’s explore how caffeine works in regard to hair growth and determine if caffeine can indeed cure hair loss.
Follicular Transfer, also known as FT, and is a state-of-the-art hair restoration treatment. It is also called an FUE (Follicular Unit Excision or Follicular Unit Extraction). The technique transplants small numbers of hair follicles from areas of the scalp where they continue to grow genetically for life. When considering hair restoration treatments, the most common question asked is whether follicular transfer is a permanent hair loss treatment. New Image Hair Clinic is here today to help you find out!