Look up “hair loss treatments” on your favourite search engine, and you’ll get thousands of results. You’ll see recommendations for everything from applying eggs to your scalp to using essential oils. This can make things extremely confusing for those looking for remedies for their hair loss. How can you know which treatments will work and which won’t?
While some women grow full luscious brows without a struggle, for other women it is an impossible challenge. Whether their eyebrows have become thin as a result of stress, age, illness or damage caused by depilation, the lack of hair can impact on their confidence and lead to feelings of embarrassment and anxiety. Many women even say that they won’t let other people see them unless they’ve first applied make-up to make their brows look thicker. Fortunately, medical and scientific advances are providing solutions for women whose eyebrows are thinner than they’d like them to be.
The days of women having to hide their thinning hair under a scarf or wig are long gone. As knowledge about the causes of female hair loss has expanded, so has the range of treatments available. Read on to discover three common reasons why women experience hair loss and three hair restoration solutions that can help beat the problem for good.
If you are a woman with Afro-textured hair, you are likely to be familiar with edge control products – those firm-hold gels that help to keep frizzy edges under control and hairstyles on point. What you might not have realised is that these products can damage your hair and even contribute to hair loss.
Over the years, David Beckham’s hair has often been the subject of newspaper and magazine headlines. The former professional footballer has sparked many a trend with styles including a peroxide blonde crop, cornrow braids, a mohawk and a man-bun. But the gossip isn’t always about what cut or colour the ex-Real Madrid player is now sporting. Every so often the rumours start that the 43-year-old has had hair transplant surgery – but is it true?
The menopause is a time in a woman’s life when she goes through many changes. While the hot flashes, night sweats and mood swings are well-known and often joked about, there is another symptom that is difficult for most to find humour in. Hair thinning and loss during the menopause hits many women unexpectedly and with great emotional impact.
Does getting a hair transplant have any advantages over taking hair loss medication? We look at the differences between these two approaches to hair restoration to make it easier for you to decide which is best for you.
Hair loss appears to be affecting men at an earlier age than previous generations. Read on to discover some of the causes of premature balding and the treatments that can help men to get their hair back.
Statistics show that more hair loss sufferers than ever are choosing hair transplant surgery. We look at 3 reasons why this hair restoration solution is growing in popularity.
Hair loss from the hairline and nape of the neck, also known as thinning edges, is often a concern for black women. We discuss what can cause thinning edges and offer advice on how to prevent and treat this pattern of hair loss.
What do high-fat diets and hair loss have in common? According to a recent report from scientists at John Hopkins University School of Medicine, more than you might think.
Hair loss is not a new problem. Doctors, scientists and other experts have been searching for a remedy for years. Despite the thousands of hours and dollars invested in research into baldness, there is still no cure.
Cosmetic surgery is growing in popularity every year. Reflecting this increase in demand is the number of clinics offering cheap treatments. Though the lower-costs seem attractive, there is a dark side, with reports of infection, bad results and even deaths relating to surgeries. Many health experts are becoming concerned that people are putting themselves at great risk in the hope of saving money.
John, a 35-year-old entrepreneur from Oxford, recently visited Vinci Hair Clinic for a consultation about his hair loss. He had heard about PRP treatment and was interested in finding out more. John invited us to take a seat and listen to his discussion with one of Vinci’s experts.
The condition and density of your hair can tell you a lot about your health. We look at three common changes in hair quality and the conditions that they could be warning you about.
Over recent years, trends for facial hair have consistently favoured beards and moustaches. From classic goatees to full beards, men everywhere are enjoying the personalised touch that growing and styling their facial hair brings to their look.
But what about men whose facial hair is thin or grows unevenly? Do they just have to accept the fact that if they grow a beard, it will never look quite right? Or is there something that can be done about it?
Hormones are chemical messengers that are used by the body to manage many cell and organ activities. At different stages in our lifetimes, hormone levels can alter and these fluctuations can contribute to hair loss.
Going bald is something that most men dread. It makes you look older, changing the way you feel about yourself and how others perceive you. However, if you think that once you’ve lost your hair, you can never get it back – you’re mistaken. One solution which is highly effective in stopping the progression of male pattern baldness, and even regrowing lost hair, is finasteride.
If you’ve noticed that you are shedding more hair than usual lately, don’t panic. It is likely due to natural cycles of seasonal hair loss.
Are you concerned about how much hair you shed each day? Here are 5 signs to look out for to help you decide whether you are losing too much hair or not.