As autumn transitions into winter, you might have noticed more hair in your comb than usual after brushing. Though winter is unlikely to make you go bald, there are three reasons why this season can affect your hair density and quality.
If you’ve ever spent any time researching hair loss remedies, you’ve probably heard about people who claim that essential oils are a natural solution to the problem. Can essential oil treatments really cure hair loss, or are they just another “snake-oil” that won’t have any effect?
The ongoing trend for full facial hair styles has spurred many men into seeking out ways to make their beard grow thicker. One product, the hair loss medication minoxidil, has captured the attention of those aiming to achieve these particular results.
Do you know how to spot the early signs of hair loss? In this blog, you’ll learn how to tell if you are starting to go bald and what you can do the prevent it.
With Halle Berry and Kim Kardashian amongst its celebrity fans, keto has become a popular diet trend. Many men and women swear by its health-boosting benefits, but some are discovering that it can have side effects, including hair loss.
American hip-hop artist Tyga recently got caught in the cross-fire when Nikka Minaj started trading insults with ex-boyfriend Safaree Samuels on Twitter. Tyga has never discussed his hair transplant before but responded by opening up when Nikki referred to him having the treatment.
Hair loss affects millions of men and women around the world. Despite being a common experience it is highly distressing, so it isn’t surprising that people will try almost anything in the hopes of regrowing their hair.
Have you ever wondered why some hair restoration clinics offer much cheaper surgeries than others? In this blog, we explore what is factored into the price of a hair transplant and why some clinics charge so much less than others.
One of the latest ideas we’ve heard for making your hair healthier is using a humidifier and an air purifier in your home. Could these household devices really help to improve your hair?
There are two medications that have been proven as effective and safe treatments for hair loss – minoxidil and finasteride. In this blog, we offer tips to help you to get the best results from these products.
While an itchy scalp is not always a sign of impending baldness, there is sometimes a connection between this type of irritation and hair loss.
If your hair is looking thinner than usual, you’ll want to learn more about these four causes of hair loss.
Testosterone, estrogen, insulin and thyroid hormones play an essential role in regulating cell functions. However, they can also be a factor in causing male and female hair loss.
There are an estimated 375 million people worldwide who follow a vegetarian diet. Whether for health reasons, cultural, religion or ethical beliefs, avoiding meat, poultry and fish is considered an acceptable dietary choice by the majority of health experts.
Are you looking for home hair loss treatments that work? These four DIY remedies can help to prevent baldness and keep your hair looking thick, strong and healthy.
Saw palmetto is a species of fan palm tree that produces small oval-shaped fruit. It has been used for centuries as both a food source and a herbal medicine by the Native Americans.
Anton Du Beke is a talented ballroom dancer who lives his life in the spotlight, so it came as a surprise to many fans when he recently revealed that he had been suffering from confidence issues. The reason? He had been experiencing hair loss.
The vegan diet is an increasingly popular option amongst people trying to live a healthier lifestyle. However, some experts have warned that cutting out all animal products may actually have some downsides, including causing hair loss.
Have you heard about Platelet Rich Plasma (PRP) Therapy? A relatively recent development in the hair restoration field, it offers a natural and innovative solution to hair loss.
Although attitudes to hair loss have come a long way, it can still be a difficult topic to talk about. One artist is trying to change that with a new exhibition focused on the issue of traction alopecia amongst women with Afro-hair.