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Hair Loss – Revealed

It is normal to shed hair every day, and at any time we can loose up to 10% of our hair, which is usually not noticed in most heads of hair. But however, some people experience more hair loss than is normal. Loosing hair is part of a aging process, called Androgenetic Alopecia, – what…

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How to Grow Longer Hair, Fast

I thought I’d write this guide because I’ve received a lot of emails from people who have visited my blog, saying their hair doesn’t seem to grow past a certain length, no matter what they do. OK there’s a good reason for that and I’m going to tell you how to get past it. I…

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More Facts About About Low-Level Laser Therapy (LLLT)

LLLT Defined Lasers are widely used in medicine and also throughout a variety of industries, in a multitude of varying capacities. The laser energy used to stimulate hair growth is visible in the red light spectrum. The laser light used in promoting hair growth is defined as Low-Level Laser Therapy (LLLT). LLLT is sometimes included…

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The Horrors of Hair Loss

When half my hair fell out after giving birth to each daughter, I was alarmed. I went to my doctor, and a curious thing occurred: I was roundly dismissed. I’m a doctor who takes care of women, so this was a confusing experience. There’s a strange bias that doctors have around women and hair loss…

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What Options Do You Have For Hair Loss?

What other options do people have for hair loss? There are many options and alternative cosmetic treatments for hair loss. Some of these are listed here and include hair-fiber powders, hairpieces, synthetic wigs, human hair wigs, hair extensions, hair weaves, laser, and surgery. Hair-fiber powders: Colored, powdery fiber sprinkles are commercially available and may work…

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Types Of Hair Loss – Alopecia, Trichotillomania, Male/Female-Pattern Baldness, Etc.

Patchy hair loss Some conditions produce small areas of hair loss, while others affect large areas of the scalp. Common causes of patchy hair loss are alopecia areata (small circular or coin size patches of scalp baldness that usually grow back within months), traction alopecia (thinning from tight braids or ponytails), trichotillomania (the habit of…

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What Are The Causes Of Hair Loss?! How Do You Know What Kind Of Hair Loss You're Suffering From?!

Because there are so many types of scalp hair loss, determining the precise cause of hair loss in an individual can be challenging. . This article will cover the most common causes. The medical term for hair loss is alopecia. Most hair loss is not associated with systemic or internal disease, nor is poor diet…

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You Wanted To Know : Hair Loss

Many women complain about growing hair where they don’t want it and losing it where they do – especially as they get older. This dilemma has many possible explanations, including hormonal changes, genetics or even an underlying medical condition. And depending on the cause, hair loss may be temporary or permanent. Many of our viewers…

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The Benefits of Using Hydrolyzed Wheat Protein (Found in our shampoo)

Hydrolyzed wheat proteins thicken and add volume to thinning hair, add shine and manageability, and repair damaged hair.       Hydrolyzed wheat protein is an amber colored liquid derived from wheat germ. The hydrolysis of wheat involves an acidic, alkaline, or enzymatic process to extract the wheat nutrients which include proteins (amino acids) and peptides. Hydrolyzed…

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The Benefits of Using Hydrogenated Castor Oil (Found in our conditioner)

    Castor oil is unique in structure compared to other natural oils that are pressed from plants and seed in that it is more “polar” than other fats and can take on other forms more easily. For example, hydrogenated castor oil is used as an anti-humidity agent in some hair creams, sprays and glosses…

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The Benefits of Using Chamomilla Recutita (Found in our conditioner)

Chamomile (Matricaria recutita) is a flowering plant belonging to the daisy family. It is also known as Hungarian chamomile and true chamomile. The plant is indigenous to Asia and Europe and is used for several therapeutic purposes. The essential oil extracted from chamomile has been in use for more than 2000 years for treating conditions,…

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The Benefits of Using Panax Ginseng (Found in our conditioner)

Red Ginseng which has many names like Korean ginseng, Panax ginseng and Asian ginseng is a plant that is indigenous to China and Korea. Red ginseng is very often related to, but it’s quite different from American ginseng. Red ginseng is known for its various health benefits. It combats fatigue, enhances memory, and used to…

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The Benefits of LLLT

“LLLT”. This stands for “low level light therapy” or “low level laser therapy”. Low level laser therapy is a safe form of light treatment. It is being used to treat the genetic forms of hair loss common in men and women, androgenetic alopecia or pattern balding. The hair growth cycle consists of three phases: growth…

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The Benefits of Using Biotin

Biotin, or vitamin H is part of the complex B vitamins. Along with helping the body metabolize fats and carbohydrates, biotin has been linked to improved hair health and maintaining proper function of the nervous system. Though it’s uncommon to have a deficiency in biotin, chronic smokers, alcoholics, pregnant women, those with Crohn’s and/or liver disease and anyone eating…

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The Benefits Of Using Saw Palmetto

Baldness is an unpleasant reality for the millions of men and women who notice that they are living the phrase, “Hair today and gone tomorrow.” While the average person will lose between 50 to 100 hairs per day, and even though some thinning is bound to occur as a normal part of the aging process,…

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The Benefits Of Using Saw Palmetto

Baldness is an unpleasant reality for the millions of men and women who notice that they are living the phrase, “Hair today and gone tomorrow.” While the average person will lose between 50 to 100 hairs per day, and even though some thinning is bound to occur as a normal part of the aging process,…

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