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What Is A Trichologist?

Posted by Gary Heron, on August 23rd, 2007, under TRICHOTALK

Question: What Is A Trichologist?

Answer: A Trichologist is a practioner in the scientific study of, and the treatment of hair and scalp disorders and aliments. Trichologists are not medically qualified and are trained to a very high standard in the science of the health of the hair and scalp. The modern trichologist has been trained and works in conjuction with doctors, dermatologists, reseach scientists, pharmacists and chemists. A trichologist will undergo a rigorous course of training for a period of up to 2 to 3 years within either a private trichological clinic or practice and may even study with one of the many correspondance courses available today.

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What Is The Best Shampoo And Conditioner To Use If I Have Hair Loss?

Posted by Gary Heron, on August 23rd, 2007, under TRICHOTALK

Question: What Is The Best Shampoo And Conditioner To Use If I Have Hair Loss?

Answer:  The Hair Centre shampoos are blends of the best of traditional, natural ingredients together with modern cleansing and conditioning agents, the end result being high quality, effective products which are totally biodegradable, gentle to the hair and skin, and kind to the environment.

The shampoos are made with natural cleansing agents, which are very gentle and will not ‘strip’ the hair of too much natural oil, a common problem when low-grade detergents are used.

The Hair Centre shampoos can be used as frequently as desired as they will improve the condition of the hair, and not dry it out as many inferior shampoos do.

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What Is Acne Necrotica Millaris?

Posted by Gary Heron, on August 14th, 2007, under TRICHOTALK

Question: What Is Acne Necrotica Millaris?

Answer: This condition is recognised by pustules along the front hairline typically, although they can also occur elsewhere on the upper body. The pustules may be slightly painful and are often pruritic or itchy. When they involve the scalp the pustules may leave small patches of cicatricial (permanent) scarring as they have a central necrosis, which can destroy the hair follicle. This condition is considered to be of an unknown origin, although stress is often incriminated in precipitating occurrences.

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What Is Oral Spironolactone? How Effective Is It For Female Hair Loss?

Posted by Gary Heron, on August 14th, 2007, under TRICHOTALK

Question: What Is Oral Spironolactone? How Effective Is It For Female Hair Loss?

Answer:   Oral Spironolactone is relatively effective, Spironolactone taken orally can help stop and reverse hair loss for women who have been diagnosed with hormonally related hair loss. Side effects may be an issue. It has not been shown to help women with Alopecia Areata or other types of non-androgen related Alopecias. Oral Spironolactone is a prescribed drug, and is even more effective when used in conjunction with 15% solution of Biostim for Women.

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What Is Psoriasis? Do I Have It?

Posted by Gary Heron, on August 14th, 2007, under TRICHOTALK

Question: What Is Psoriasis?

Answer: Psoriasis is characterised by the presence of red, raised patches covered by silvery-white scales, which is caused by an abnormally fast cell division rate in the epidermis layer of the skin and is a genetically determined disorder. This condition often leads to increased shedding of hairs in the telogen (resting) phase of the hair cycle and some reduction in hair density.

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