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Posted by Gary Heron, on August 9th, 2007, under TRICHOTALK, RSS
Question: Is there a normal amount of hair loss due to MPB or is it completely unpredictable? I am in my late 20s and would like to monitor my front hairline and calculate how bad it will get and whether I feel that I need to do something about it now before it is too [...] - More on How Much Hair Will I Lose?
Posted by Gary Heron, on August 8th, 2007, under TRICHOTALK, RSS
Follicle Builder: Herbal based aqueous lotion applied topically to increase cell metabolism at the dermal papilla and increased nutrient flow to the hair root and growth matrix. Mode of Action: Soy extracts have been shown to stimulate increased cell metabolism at the dermal papilla with increased hair cell production (Mytosis). A synergistic effect is achieved [...] - More on Why Should I Use a Follicle Builder?
Posted by Gary Heron, on August 8th, 2007, under TRICHOLOGIST, TRICHOTALK, RSS
Biostim: A combination of naturally occurring 5-reductase inhibitors with added multivitamin complex for the stimulation of hair follicles suppressed by the action of Androgens in cases of androgenic alopecia. Mode of Action: 5-reductase inhibitors act as anti-androgens, reducing the levels of di-hydroxy testosterone (DHT), decreasing the levels of androgen activity at the target site. The [...] - More on Biostim – How Does It Work?
Posted by Gary Heron, on August 8th, 2007, under HAIR LOSS [ PHOTOS ] TREATED, TRICHOTALK, RSS
Vitastim: Herbal based aqueous lotion with multivitamin system, applied topically to stimulate dormant hair follicles and accelerate hair growth in the treatment of androgenic alopecia. Action: Hop extract contains phyto-oestrogens, naturally occurring oestrogens that inhibit the activity of the enzyme 5-µ reductase and reduce the proliferation of the potent metabolite di-hydroxy testosterone (DHT), which causes [...] - More on How Does Vitastim Work?
Posted by Gary Heron, on July 19th, 2007, under TRICHOTALK, RSS
Sun is a known carcinogen, which means in simple English that heavy doses of sun exposure can cause cancer in susceptible people. Susceptibility varies with skin colour and the type of skin you have, but if you have a full head of hair, skin cancers are far less common than on someone with a bald [...] - More on It’s Holiday Time So Protect Your Scalp.