Archive for April, 2016

Are You Taking Advantage of Wig Maintenance Services?

Friday, April 29th, 2016

Many women who suffer hair loss are well into their adult lives, which means they are busy with a variety of things. Families, careers, you name it—they all take up significant time. Fitting hair loss and wig maintenance into an incredibly busy schedule is no easy feat. That’s why many women decide to take advantage of wig maintenance services.human hair wig care

While hair loss will often happen whether it is inconvenient for you or not, some of your wig maintenance can be taken care of at a specialized salon such as Wigs and Hair solutions.


The Complicated Relationship Between Hair Loss and Bariatric Surgery

Wednesday, April 20th, 2016

Those suffering the inability to lose weight through diet and exercise sometimes turn to bariatric surgery, such as gastric bypass surgery. While the surgery is often successful for weight loss, it also comes with its own risks—one risk being hair loss. It’s frustrating to successfully address one health-related issue, only to develop another. Why is hair loss and bariatric surgery related?hair-loss-bariatric-surgery


How Middle-Aged Women Combat Hair Loss

Wednesday, April 13th, 2016

Many women start noticing thinning hair in their 40s, and even start fighting gray hairs in their 20s. What gives? Approximately 80 percent of women will experience hair thinning or loss by the age of 60. That’s an alarmingly high number. While some cases are genetic, many cases are situational. This gives us a look into why we combat hair loss so much as women, especially those in their 40s-60s.combat-hair-loss


Suffering from Hair Loss? Statistics Show You’re Not Alone.

Friday, April 8th, 2016

Hair loss makes many people feel extremely self-conscious. However, given the amount of people with this issue according to hair loss statistics in the US alone, it shouldn’t be something to be embarrassed

In fact, the International Society of Hair Restoration Surgery did a study on hair loss in the US and found that nearly 56 million US citizens suffer from hair loss. That’s about 16 percent of the population, which is a large amount to be affected by any issue. For comparison, diabetes, a widely recognized issue in our country, affects only 9.5 percent of the population according to statistics provided by the CDC.