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The Hair Growth Cycle

When someone hears the term “thin hair” or “thinning hair” they often think it is the same thing, when actually, they are different. While both may appear to be the same, thin hair refers to the thickness of each individual strand of hair. Some people are born with hair that is thin. It can appear to look stringy or flat. Thinning hair is what happens in the beginning stages of hair loss. The thickness of the hair strands decrease, becoming more, and more, fine until eventually the hair follicle disappears. The end result is a bald patch. Thinning hair can happen for several reasons and many of them are the result of nature just taking its course. With the most common reason being genetics. Aging women will often experience thinning hair as they get into their golden years. For some, it can happen at an earlier point in their life. There can be hormonal changes that can be responsible for thinning hair. As an example, menopause or post-pregnancy can often cause thinning hair. During menopause, estrogen levels begin to decrease, and when this happens it can leave hair in a vulnerable state. There is nothing that can shift hormone levels [...]

By | October 4th, 2017|hair replacement san diego, hair restoration orange county|Comments Off on The Hair Growth Cycle

Why Am I Bald?

Receding hairlines are something people have been dealing with for centuries. Ceasar would comb his hair forward to hide his hair loss. A full head of hair has always been associated with being young. Those with hair loss at some point always wonder if anything can be done to restore their hair so they can hold onto their youthful look. For must of us, we have 100,000 to 150,000 hair follicles on our head. Scientists have been studying how to re-grow hair, but there is still a lot of research to be done. The Causes of Baldness Male pattern baldness is one term used to describe baldness issues. Women also can suffer from this as well, usually referred to as female pattern baldness for women. For men with male pattern baldness, usually this is linked to sensitivity to the hormone dihydrotestosterone (DHT). Some people have hair follicles that are sensitive to this particular hormone. This sensitivity can be due to their genetics. Male pattern baldness can run in a family’s history. If you are worried whether you might suffer from male pattern baldness, just go through some old family photos and see if members of your family have hair loss. [...]

By | September 26th, 2017|hair loss treatment|Comments Off on Why Am I Bald?

Scalp Related Hair Loss

Losing your hair is never something that you expect, regardless of the reason. We all know that the chance of us having our hair thin increases as we age, and if you undergo treatments like chemotherapy, that too causes your hair to fall out. If you lose your hair because of a skin condition, what do you do? Skin conditions like eczema and psoriasis can affect the scalp, and when this happens, it can affect the growth of hair. You don’t hear much talk about how to cope with scalp-related hair issues. For those inflicted with this condition, it is a real problem: one that can be painful and often is so stigmatized that those with it cover up their problem areas out of embarrassment. Hair Loss and Self-Esteem If you are one of the many individuals that live with a skin condition, one of the first steps you should take in dealing with the condition is realizing that you are not alone. Others have your same condition and can understand how you feel. Many people that suffer some sort of hair loss deal with how it affects their self-image. Add to that a skin condition as being the cause [...]

By | September 18th, 2017|hair loss treatment|Comments Off on Scalp Related Hair Loss

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By | August 30th, 2017|Uncategorized|Comments Off on Hello

Salt Water Surprisingly Therapeutic Hair Benefits

Swimming If you have been avoiding going swimming in the ocean because of fear that the salt water will cause damage to your hair, you need to read on. Summer time get everyone looking to keep cool and that means hitting the beach for many. Chlorine that is used in pools is proven to try out and rob your hair of nutrients, but saltwater actually helps your scalp and hair. The Benefits of Salt Water If you go from cold, dry area to the topical beaches you will notice quickly that the salt water does amazing thing to your scalp and hair. This happens because salt water has many therapeutic, and highly concentration of minerals and vitamins. When these vitamins and minerals are absorbed into your skin and scalp the antibiotic effect which can lesson many ailments such as acne and psoriasis all while promoting better circulation and encouraging a healthy scalp and hair growth. Using Sea Water to Keep Your Hair Healthy If you have access to the ocean year round then taking advantage of the benefits that salt water can give your hair. Each time you go swimming you expose your hair and body to the healthy minerals [...]

By | August 22nd, 2017|hair loss treatment|Comments Off on Salt Water Surprisingly Therapeutic Hair Benefits

2017 Men’s Hair Styles Trends

If you are looking to change up your look, then you need to look at these hair style suggestions. These men's hair style trends can be seen all over these days and they continue to grow in popularity. But what do you do if your locks are not as full as you want them to me. Today you are not limited to cheap wigs that don't give you an appearance of real hair. Today's men's hair replacement is extremely advanced and natural. Our non-surgical hair replacement solutions are not something you take on and off but rather it becomes apart of you 24/7. You can run, swim, shower, sleep in it just like your own natural growing hair and you can also style it any way you like even any of the tops styles below. The Textured Top If you are looking to make a change in your appearance, this the cheapest way to do it. It seems the world has been kept clean and slick for too long, and now the desire for something a bit more messy is here. The look with many different variations usually has a common style in which the sides and back are trimmed [...]

By | July 12th, 2017|hair replacement san diego|Comments Off on 2017 Men’s Hair Styles Trends

Uncover What Is True About Hair Replacement

If you are discovering that you're leaving more hair in drain of the shower or in your brush and your seeing more of your scalp than you used to, then you are probably feeling uneasy about having thinning hair. For many men and women with hair loss, they don’t know where to go to find out information and solutions. Looking through the internet often can lead to confusion and more questions. Let us put some light on facts you should know. The Treatments Are Painful If you do a search on the internet for hair replacement you might see images that suggest it could be painful. When in fact, non-surgical hair replacements are completely painless and offer you very natural looking hair even to the touch. Hair Replacement Looks Fake If you are comparing toupees and wigs to what your grandfather used to wear, then yes, they look fake. But today’s hair replacement solutions offer a very natural look and feel. There are hair systems for men and women that are designed specifically to their needs and their scalp so the hair used matches the hair you have in hair type, color, texture and fit absolutely perfect for a look [...]

By | June 29th, 2017|hair replacement san diego|Comments Off on Uncover What Is True About Hair Replacement

Hair Loss Differences in Men vs. Women

Among the many biological occurrences that manifest differently for men and women, one that is especially different is cycles of hair loss. The idea of male pattern hair loss (MPHL) is widely known and often discussed. But just as there are measurable configurations of male baldness, there exist patterns for female hair loss as well. In fact, over 55% of women experience some measure of hair loss throughout their lives. Just as Hamilton and Norwood developed a scale for men's hair loss (developed by Hamilton in the 1950’s then updated by Norwood in the 1970’s), in 1977 Ludwig developed a similar scale for female pattern baldness. Though there are other scales for both MPHL and female pattern hair loss (FPHL), these two are the most popular among practitioners and researchers when attempting to classify hair loss. The Hamilton-Norwood scale: The Hamilton-Norwood scale has seven types of classifications and several stages within those classifications. For example, within stage 5, there are 3 levels of progression including 5, 5A, and 5V, which show variations on a receding hairline with hair loss also in the crown of a man’s head. Androgenetic alopecia, or MPHL, can begin for some men even in their teens [...]

By | June 2nd, 2017|female hair loss, mens hair loss|Comments Off on Hair Loss Differences in Men vs. Women

Alopecia Areata Hair Loss Solutions

There are now a variety of effective Alopecia Areata hair loss solutions for men, women and children to combat the appearance of alopecia areata hair loss. The condition known as Alopecia Areata causes you to lose your hair, either in patches or all together. In most cases, this Alopecia Areata (sometimes called spot hair loss) can cause hair loss on the scalp for both men and women, and can affect the beard area in men. Alopecia Areata all starts with your own immune system, which attacks hair follicles where hair grows. Due to the high value of appearance in society, it’s no surprise this disease takes its toll on a psychological level. Physical Appearance Photo Credit: Wikipedia The pattern of hair loss could come in bald patches, stubby patches, or could come of completely over the entire body. After this point, the hair growth is usually sporadic and will show in different places. The normal wait period for hair regrowth is usually a few months, but in some cases is much longer. Hair styling with bald patches can be very frustrating, and even if fixes are made, wind or a draft from a ceiling fan can mess it [...]

By | May 9th, 2017|alopecia areata, hair restoration san diego|Comments Off on Alopecia Areata Hair Loss Solutions

Why Do Toupees Look So Bad?

Why is it that when you think about men's hair replacement, your first thought is about why do toupees look so bad?  The truth of the matter is that almost everyone has seen a “good” toupee and almost everyone has probably seen a “great” toupee! The reason is that good or great toupees or hair systems (as they are more precisely known) are NEVER obvious and look like REAL GROWING HAIR. A modern, state-of-the-art men's hair replacement system is a technological miracle.  With precise color matching to your own growing hair, perfect professional blending, and an absolutely natural front hairline, it looks just like your own natural growing hair. That’s why we often tell people that we are extremely proud of our non-surgical hair replacement solutions for both men and women.  And what we’re most proud of is the fact that our best work goes totally unnoticed. Everyone has seen a bad toupee. But today's state of the art non-surgical hair replacement systems are totally natural looking and completely undetectable to the eye and to the touch. Our clients come to us to get their hair back.  But they also come to us for another reason: they want to get [...]

By | April 26th, 2017|hair restoration san diego|Comments Off on Why Do Toupees Look So Bad?