If you’re experiencing hair thinning or hair loss and want a long-term solution, consider laser rejuvenation. This FDA-approved method effectively treats hair loss in men and women. With this treatment, you’ll have thicker, fuller, and healthier hair. Here’s what you need to know about laser hair rejuvenation therapy.
With the end of Thanksgiving and beginning of Hanukkah, the holiday season arrives. Whether you are spending time with friends, family, or even co-workers, you want to feel good. Feeling good goes hand in hand with looking good. And you deserve to look good. Here are three easy ways your hair can look great this holiday season.
In a lifetime, 85% percent of men and 30% of women experience hair loss and thinning. But at the early stages of hair loss, not everyone is ready for a hair system or hair transplant yet. When your hair loss is at the beginning stages, you may be looking for a way to keep the hair you have, and make it healthier and thicker. Solutions exist and they can help your hair thinning and hair loss. dhtSENSOR is an easy and proven hair loss prevention program that might be the right solution for you. Here is what you should known about dhtSENSOR.
Wigs are a perfect solution for men and women who experience hair loss as a result of medical treatments or disorders. Temporary hair loss from chemotherapy, thyroid medicine, or medical conditions can leave you feeling uncomfortable and not like yourself. Human hair wigs are a great way to regain that confidence. But wigs come with a learning curve, and keeping them looking good and fresh is crucial to feeling confident in your new hair. Here are 4 tips for keeping your human hair wig looking great.
If you are a man, hair loss can be uncomfortable and worrisome, but losing your hair is not unusual. According to the American Hair Loss Council, 40% of young men ages 16 to 28 suffer from hair loss, and by the time men reach 50, about 85% have experienced significant thinning. Here are 4 reasons that men lose their hair.
Minoxidil is a topical solution some men and women use to treat hair loss. It is available in 2% and 5% concentration and sometimes is available with a higher dosage by prescription only. It can come in liquid or foam form, depending on the fabricator and needs to be applied twice daily. Success is varied though up to 40% of test patients have reported some increase of hair regrowth.
Minoxidil is a vasodilator which means it helps blood flow more freely in your vascular system. As hair is fed by blood the principle is to deliver nutrients to the hair follicle faster to slow down hair loss and increase hair regrowth. Often minoxidil is used with laser therapy and propecia or saw palmetto, thus having multiple regimens concomitantly to slow down hair loss.
It is important that to give any regimen a fair try, the individual must use the product for a minimum of six months to determine its effectiveness. As hair thinning is progressive and takes a long time to become visible, a solution takes time to have any noticeable effect. As each person’s body chemistry is different the efficacy of minoxidil and its results are impossible to predict. All you can do is try!
Tape or Glue? Choose the Right Adhesive.
Some people attach their hair systems with tape or adhesive. I am often asked what method to use. Personally I like tape. Tape is essentially “adhesive” deposited on some type of backing. I like it because it is easy to remove. There are a number of tapes available – red tape, blue tape, clear tape, hurricane tape, no messy residue tape, lace tape, brown liner tape, yellow liner tape…the list can go on and on.
So, what about glues or adhesives? There are lots of options: silicone adhesive, acrylic adhesive, latex adhesive, daily wear adhesive, clear adhesive, white adhesive, yellow colored adhesive, thick adhesive, and thin adhesive. So many options can leave you scratching your head and wondering, “What should I use?”
Find the Right Solution for You
Everyone has their own opinion on what adhesive or tape to use. Your skin type can sometimes determine what is best for you. Your choice to be bonded, the amount of hair you have, skin type, manual dexterity, and lifestyle choice will also determine whether you want to use tape or adhesive.
My best recommendation is to consult your hair replacement center professional. They will know what works for you and should be able to give you the knowledge necessary to answer your questions. It all boils down to your hair attachment method being the right fit for your personal lifestyle.
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