Like it or not, oral contraception has been part of American culture since the FDA approved it in 1960. It’s become one of the most popular forms of birth control and doesn’t look like its going anywhere soon. With all that said, what are the negative effects of it? Is it linked to hair loss or is that just a myth?
It’s no secret our culture is obsessed with celebrities and their rock star good looks. In fact, most people believe there are beauty secrets out there celebrities’ use that are unbeknownst to the public. But the question is what their secret is when it comes to hair loss? What are their secrets and why does it always seem like they never have a bad hair day?
There are hundreds of “lotions and potions” on the market today that claim to solve all your hair loss problems. The fact is, hair re-growth is a multi-billion dollar a year industry with promises that don’t always work. This month, New Image Hair Clinic gets to the bottom of what DOES work...
This month, New Image Hair Clinic gets to the bottom of hair loss myths and common beliefs about why men and women lose their hair. When an individual begins to lose their hair, anxiety can set in and a flurry of foregone conclusions can drive them down the wrong path. Below is a list of common myths that professionals hear about in the industry:
Hair loss in men and women can cause many psychological problems including stress, low self-esteem and even depression. Now, advances in medicine have shown there are steps you can take to slow the signs of hair loss and even improve the health of your scalp.