A commonly found cause of hair loss in our salon is alopecia areata. While the term might be heard every now and again, few people understand what the words mean and how to react. Hair loss that occurs when the body’s immune system attacks the follicles of hair is referred to as alopecia areata. When this occurs, the loss is not always permanent, but specialists are still unsure as to why the loss occurs. While alopecia areata is most commonly found in those under the age of twenty, the hair loss is known to affect women and men of any age.
Archive for March, 2015
Hair loss caused by hormone imbalances as well as diseases such as alopecia affects thousands of women each day. While there are several medications and treatments available today, none have been able to guarantee a reverse on hair loss due to hormones or alopecia. However, a new treatment is taking the media by storm that claims to cure hair loss naturally.
As the snow begins to melt away and stores begin to stock their shelves with spring products, many women are starting to consider what to do with their hair. It is no surprise that most of us will consider the spring hair trends before heading to the hair salon for our next appointment, and those who wear wigs shouldn’t feel left out. A wig provides women with the perfect opportunity to experiment with the latest spring hair trends that they might have shrugged away from in the past. Here are some of the latest spring hair trends.
While some of our clients come to us with chemotherapy hair loss, others come to us with hair loss for a number of other reasons. Some begin to see hair loss with age, others with stress, and others because of genetics. While some hair loss is inevitable, there are ways for women to stop or at least delay the process. Here are some foods that women can incorporate into their diet to help fight hair loss.