Archive for the ‘TRICHOTALK’ Category
Posted by Gary Heron, on October 14th, 2009, under TRICHOTALK, RSS
Has no therapeutic value whatsoever. Hair, although the strongest natural fibre in the world will, like any other material eventually wear out. The more you brush your hair, the greater the damage you will cause to the outer layer (cuticle) and very greatly increase the risk of fracturing or splitting the hair shaft, particularly if [...] - More on The Effect of Brushing on Hair.
Posted by Admin, on October 14th, 2009, under TRICHOTALK, RSS
Generally hair loss is seen as an unfortunate part of growing old, something that can be ignored or panicked over, but a natural part of the aging process. However a Korean soldier has won a court case after he claimed that his hair loss was caused by extreme stress related to his duties. The military [...] - More on Man Wins Hair Loss Court Case
Posted by Admin, on October 14th, 2009, under ALOPECIA AREATA, TRICHOTALK, RSS
Hair loss, aka ‘Alopecia’ is a common problem for cats. Hair loss in cats can stem from many causes, causing it to be sometimes difficult to diagnose and treat. It may be surprising to learn some of the causes related to hair loss in cats. For example, in older cats diagnosed with cancer, alopecia is [...] - More on Hair Loss Alopecia in Cats
Posted by Admin, on October 9th, 2009, under FEMALE HAIR LOSS, TRICHOLOGIST, TRICHOTALK, RSS
Hair loss due to chemotherapy can be distressing Hairdressers are to receive more training to help cancer patients deal with hair loss and re-growth. My New Hair – a charity set up by celebrity hairdresser Trevor Sorbie – has received a government grant to advise on wig styling and hair care. The programme also [...] - More on Hair loss advice project extended
Posted by Gary Heron, on October 8th, 2009, under TRICHOLOGIST, TRICHOTALK, RSS
These deserve a particular mention as generally they are used far too widely and indiscriminately. They fall into three categories. Firstly tar shampoos, which can be made from varying fractions of either coal tars or wood tars. There is some concern that the long term use of coal tar shampoos can be carcinogenic. Tar shampoos [...] - More on What Are Medicated Shampoos?