Archive for the ‘HAIR LOSS FACTS’ Category
Posted by Gary Heron, on December 21st, 2009, under HAIR LOSS FACTS, RSS
DHT cause Male Hair Loss The normal cycle of hair growth lasts for 2 to 3 years. Each hair grows approximately 1 centimeter per month during this phase. About 90 percent of the hair on your scalp is growing at any one time. About 10 percent of the hair on your scalp, at any one [...] - More on What is the normal cycle of hair growth and loss?
Posted by Gary Heron, on November 10th, 2009, under HAIR LOSS FACTS, YOUTUBE, RSS
Do you have hair loss problems? Find further information on help with hair loss with links to hair loss case studies. - More on Possible Cure for Baldness
Posted by Admin, on November 4th, 2009, under FEMALE HAIR LOSS, HAIR LOSS FACTS, TRICHOTALK, RSS
New Survey Results Reveal That the Effects of Thinning Hair Causes Women to Significantly Alter Their Lifestyle 54 percent of women surveyed who suffer from thinning hair are changing their lifestyle to fend off hair loss; almost twice as many women say they would turn to their hairstylist versus a doctor for advice LOS ANGELES, Nov. [...] - More on New Survey Results Reveal That the Effects of Thinning Hair Causes Women to Significantly Alter Their Lifestyle
Posted by Gary Heron, on October 20th, 2009, under HAIR LOSS FACTS, TRICHOTALK, RSS
Diffuse hair loss is the gradual thinning of hair from all parts of the scalp. The thinning is usually fairly even and without definite bald patches. In nearly every case it is shown to be a disturbance of the normal growth cycle of the hair with a large number of hairs entering the telogen phase [...] - More on Diffuse Hair Loss.
Posted by Gary Heron, on October 13th, 2009, under HAIR LOSS FACTS, RSS
Split ends Hair fracturing Genetic hair shaft disorders Monilethrix Pseudo monilethrix Twsited hair Menkes kinky hair syndrome Bamboo hair Trichothiodystrophy Ringed hair Wooly hair syndrome Uncombable hair syndrome Trichonodosis Pohl-pinkus constriction Split Ends – Trichoptilosis The most common of all hair shaft problems. Hair proteins are arranged in bundles called Macro-fibrils, due to general wear [...] - More on Hair Shaft Disorders.