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Hair Loss Treatments

Posted by Paul, on April 1st, 2009, under HAIR LOSS PRODUCTS AND TREATMENTS

Once you have been evaluated by a Westminster Trichologist  and concluded you indeed have hair loss, you have several options for restoring your hair, slowing the rate of hair loss or camouflaging your hair loss. Many individuals accept and embrace their new appearance or temporarily try to disguise their hair loss. However, depending on the severity or type of hair loss and your lifestyle, there are many medical and non-medical treatments and solutions that may be right for you.


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Hair Loss Causes

Posted by Admin, on March 31st, 2009, under HAIR LOSS FACTS, HAIR LOSS [ PHOTOS ] TREATED

Androgenetic alopecia is the most common cause of hair loss in adults, but many other causes of hair loss have been identified. Non-scarring causes, in which hair is lost temporarily or permanently but the scalp is left intact, and Scarring causes, in which the condition that causes hair loss also causes injury and scarring of the scalp.

Because injury and subsequent scarring can destroy hair follicles, scarring alopecia is more likely to result in permanent hair loss. While it is easy to recognize when hair is being lost, it can be difficult to discover the cause. Some hair loss is due to skin conditions that are recognizable only by a medical specialist. Unexplained hair loss always warrants a consultation with a Westminster Trichologist. Hair loss can be a symptom-even an initial symptom-of underlying disease involving the endocrine system (pituitary, thyroid, adrenal glands), digestive system (intestines, liver), urinary tract (kidneys) or skin. Unexplained hair loss should be pursued by booking a consultation with a Westminster Trichologist.

Here is a normal type of response shown below over a 12 months period of intensive treatment under the supervision of our leading Westminster Trichologist Gary Heron: 







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Newly brunette Fergie’s (Black Eyed Peas) centre-parting is one great divide: Female Hair Loss

Posted by Admin, on March 27th, 2009, under CELEBRITY HAIR LOSS

Black Eyed Peas singer Fergie’s image transformation is continuing with her rapidly widening centre-parting.

The star recently ditched her blonde locks for a sleek brunette style – and what looks like a new hairline too.

The 33-year-old was pictured in Miami Airport yesterday with rather a lot of scalp on display.


Thin on top? Fergie shows off her rather wide centre-parting in Miami Airport yesterday

Tight hair extensions can sometimes strain natural hair leading to some breakage and loss.

According to, ‘traction alopecia’ is the name of the type of hair loss associated with hair braiding, weaving, and the wearing of hair extensions.

And it appears that Fergie’s hair may be feeling the strain of the flowing extensions she often wears for her stage performances as part of pop group Black Eyed Peas.


Fergie seen at an event in New York two weeks ago, with her freshly groomed hairline

Since tying the knot with Josh Duhamel in January, Fergie has been working hard on her image.

She is regularly spotted exercising with her personal trainer in Los Angeles and has shed 15 pounds she gained for a role in the upcoming film Nine.

‘I’m finally back to the weight that I was before the film. It’s taken me forever!’ she told American magazine In Touch Weekly.
‘I have a trainer. I started doing it myself. I didn’t lose all of it for the wedding, but I fit into my dress, so I was happy


Black Eyed Weave? Fergie has ditched her curly blonde locks for a sleeker brunette style

‘Now I’m just trying to sculpt and get my stamina up.’
Celebrities such as Paris Hilton and Britney Spears are both reported to have suffered hair loss as a result of their extensions.

Prolonged traction can and will cause permanent loss of hair in the affected areas, but if caught early, this type of hair loss is reversible.

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Alopecia Areata Is Treatable

Posted by Admin, on March 27th, 2009, under ALOPECIA AREATA, HAIR LOSS [ PHOTOS ] TREATED

Some hair loss is the result of a type of immune disorder known as alopecia areata: some 2.5 million people suffer from this condition in which antibodies attack the hair follicle, causing the hair to fall out. Alopecia areata often causes small, oval or circular areas of hair loss. However, in some forms of the condition, all the scalp hair falls out; in other forms, all body hair is lost. Although the loss is usually temporary, the condition can recur. Treatments include treatments or the use of chemicals to produce an allergic reaction to start the hair growing again.

Finally, chronic, systemic conditions: including one form of lupus, abnormal kidney and liver function, and hypothyroidism or hyperthyroidism: can affect the hair. If you’re experiencing hair loss, see one of our Westminster Trichologists. He or she will want to order some basic blood tests to rule out any medical cause of the condition and recommend a course of treatment to deal with your hair loss problem.








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Cornrows A Problem?

Posted by Gary Heron, on March 27th, 2009, under BLACK AFRO-CARIBBEAN HAIR LOSS


Cornrows are a traditional style of hair grooming where the hair is braided very close to the scalp, using an underhand, upward motion to produce a continuous, raised row. Contrary to appearance and popular belief, no braided style should ever be tight or uncomfortable. Cornrows can be formed, as the name implies, in simple, straight lines; or, in complicated geometric or curvilinear designs. Often favored for their easy maintenance, cornrows can be left in for weeks at a time simply by carefully washing the hair and then regularly oiling the scalp and hair. Cornrowed hairstyles are often adorned with beads or cowry shells, in the African tradition. Depending on the region of the world, cornrows can be worn by either men or women.


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