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.
With a 5-star rating for providing excellent customer service, New Image Hair Clinic has again won the prestigious CMUS Talk of the Town Customer Satisfaction Award in the Health & Medical- Hair Replacement category for 2017.
Most of us love to be outside during the summer. It feels good to bask in the warm glow of the sun—but of course, it’s critical to take the proper precautions to protect yourself from the sun’s powerful effects. Protecting your skin is a no-brainer; protecting your hair, on the other hand, is something that’s all too often overlooked. In this post, we’ll provide a few simple solutions to prevent the sun from damaging your lovely locks.
It’s no secret that alcohol has a significant effect on the human body—an effect that spans to pretty much all bodily systems and parts. This includes both the skin and the hair, which can both deteriorate as a result of excessive drinking. In this post, we’ll review some of the most significant ways in which alcohol impacts your skin and hair—and we’ll also offer some tips for avoiding these negative effects.
Are you familiar with trichotillomania—the condition that causes people to pull, twist, and chew on their hair, often leading to patchy hair loss or even baldness? For many, the condition remains largely unknown, but that’s not to say that it is uncommon. Trichotillomania impacts more people than you might think.
Not all hair styles are created equal. They vary in terms of look, of course, and also in terms of ease and convenience. Something you might not be aware of is that they can also differ in how they impact your hair and scalp. Some hair styles are perfectly safe, while others can actually do damage—and in some cases even lead to hair loss.