Is there a cure for hair loss? The answer is a little bit complicated. While there is no ultimate, underlying cure for male or female pattern baldness, there are steps that can be taken to minimize hair loss, stopping it in its tracks before it progresses too far. These steps are available to our clients through a customized hair loss prevention program, which might include a range of medicated products and laser hair therapy.
Nobody wants to lose their hair—and thanks to modern advances in hair restoration, nobody has to. Regardless of the cause or the extent of your hair loss, there are always solutions that can restore your full volume and your healthy hairline. One of the most popular solutions is the custom hair loss system.
No one can prepare for a cancer diagnosis. Learning you have breast cancer has already been the shock of a lifetime and dealing with the side effects of treatment can be emotionally and physically draining. Not recognizing yourself in the mirror anymore is never easy, but there are things you can do to stay positive and look and feel good at the same time. Here are a few reasons wearing a wig can boost your spirits help you get through this difficult time.
Many people stick with the same hairstyle for years and years because they feel that they look their best using that exact style. That isn’t always the case, though. It’s best to change up your style every now and then because something that may have looked great a few years ago, may not be as flattering today. The guide that follows provides you with three great ways you can update your look quickly and easily, without having to spend a fortune to do it.
Trichotillomania, also referred to as “hair-pulling disorder,” is a mental disorder classified under Obsessive-Compulsive and Related Disorders and involves recurrent, irresistible urges to pull hair from the scalp, eyebrows, eyelids, and other areas of the body, despite repeated attempts to stop or decrease hair pulling.