Up to 50% of the population is affected by hair loss or hair thinning at some time during their lifetime. But how exactly does hair thin? How quickly can it thin? When does thinning start for most people?
Female pattern hair loss can be difficult to diagnosis because it can present very gradually. Learn more about the causes behind it and how to assess your hair loss so you can begin addressing it today.
Hair loss in men can appear as recession of the central hairline, recession along the temples, thinning in the vertex (crown), or a combination of all of these. Learn how to assess your hair loss to find a solution.
Male and female pattern hair loss runs in families, and is considered ‘polygenic,’ meaning it comes from many different genes from many different ancestors and actually both hormones and genetics play a part.
Telogen effluvium is the term used to describe a temporary form of hair loss that results 3-6 months after any sort of major physiologic change to the body. Learn about all the common causes.
Are you are finding it difficult to style your hair like you used to? Does hair come out every time you comb it? Your symptoms can help point you to the cause of your hair loss.
Nutrition, stress levels and other environmental factors, as well as, densifying and regrowth products can all effect the appearance of your hair. Find out what you can do to stop and even reverse your hair loss.