For women, thinning hair is more than a cosmetic concern; it is a reflection of your overall health and your personal image. Once you understand the underlying causes of hair loss, you will see how a natural approach can both reverse thinning hair and improve health.
We now have the knowledge and ability to provide solutions for hair thinning problems that work.
Hair loss can be caused by internal and/or external reasons as follows:
We know from experience that a wide range of diseases, medical conditions, prescriptions and over the counter drugs can cause hair thinning. We believe that a combination of nutritional supplements along with therapeutic hair treatments work well in stopping hair loss and strengthening hair.
Note: We suggest that all clients get their doctor’s approval prior to taking any supplements.
Hair loss is gradual and can take up from 5 to 10 years before it is noticeable or you can no longer disguise with your normal comb over
Excessive Daily Hair Loss: When shampooing daily, the loss of 150 or more hairs per day can be a warning sign of potential hair loss problems.
Women with this condition typically have gradual thinning throughout the scalp, but mostly on the top of the head.
When warning signs are caught early, by a trained hair replacement specialist or trichologist, a topical product, treatment or some type of hair enhancement may be recommended.
Regardless of your choice, maintaining a healthy scalp environment by detoxifying, moisturizing and nourishing the hair and scalp is one of the most important things you can do to stop excessive hair loss.
In severe cases of hair loss, such as those caused by thyroid diseases, a dermatologist should be consulted. This could indicate greater underlying medical problems.
Thirty-six percent of all women between the ages of 40 and 49 agonize over some degree of hair thinning or loss.
Researchers are finding that environmental issues are contributing to hair loss in both men and women at an earlier age.
If you are experiencing excessive hair loss or scalp inflammation, or developing bald spots, you should consult with a dermatologist or trichologist.
Your hair stylist should be the first person to notice your hair loss problem and should be able to direct you to the proper source for help. Unfortunately, the average hair stylists are not trained to offer solutions nor advise clients on hair thinning or hair loss issues, as a matter of fact, most stylists do not know where to send clients to find solutions for hair and scalp problems.
With hair restoration, there are many options to consider, but only one phone call you need to make. To schedule a private, confidential hair loss evaluation with one of our trained professionals, call Hairoots at (714) 674-7668.