Hair loss: it's an unpredictable condition that can affect both men and women of all races. In fact, about 40% of men will experience noticeable hair loss by age 35, and 80% of women will experience thinning hair by the age of 60. This seems like a vast portion of the population, yet some ethnicities seem more susceptible to hair loss than others. Is there an explanation for this? And which ethnicities are more likely to experience thinning hair in the future?
Everyone's hair is different. Some people have excessive sebum production which can lead to an oily scalp. Others have less sebum production and need hydrating and moisturizing products to keep the scalp from becoming dry.
Thinning hair is a common problem for both men and women, but finding a solution is possible! It's completely normal to lose a few hairs every day, but if your hair is coming out in clumps, it's wise to see a specialist who can diagnose the root of the problem. Hair loss is caused by a variety of factors, so not every home remedy works for every person. However, if you're not ready to see a specialist or want to do something while you wait for your appointment, these home remedies can help. We took a science-based approach to identify the most common causes of hair loss and offer solutions for each one.
Recently, there's been a boom in all-natural hair care products and even a no-shampoo cleaning routine. Why? Is this a fad or is there more to it? Well, with the help of the internet, many are learning that their commercial shampoos and conditioners could be contributing to thinning hair and hair loss.
Millions of people experience hair loss each year. However, since hair is such a visible feature, many people, both men and women, find themselves uncertain about dating when they experience hair loss. Fortunately, if you're experiencing hair loss, there's no need to stop dating. There are many trained professionals ready to help you look and feel your best. If you're worried about dating during this experience, we can help. In this post, we’ll explore several options for looking great on your next date!
We all indulge in the occasional drive-thru snack, but did you know overindulgence in poor dietary supplements could lead to hair loss? As with exercise and hygienic habits, your diet has the potential to affect (and disrupt) your overall health. And, yes, that includes the growth of your locks.
These days, there are millions of people experiencing hair loss from different age groups and different genders. At LH Hair, we know that you want to find the best possible solutions and that hair loss is important. By performing an in-depth hair and scalp analysis, this helps us determine the cause of your hair loss. Did you know that the right treatments and products may even regrow your hair?
Experiencing hair loss can be alarming, especially if it doesn't run in your family. Many people associate thinning hair with hereditary traits, but the truth is, hair loss can affect just about anyone. If the conditions you put your hair through are not satisfactory to your follicles, you could see stunted growth. In fact, you could be making your hair loss worse if you aren't aware of the habits, stressors, and lifestyle choices that contribute to the situation. So, are you inadvertently making your hair loss worse? Let's take a look at the common habits that could be exacerbating your thinning hair.
Your hair is a reflection of your overall health, including your diet. That's right, the food you put into your body could be leading to fine, weak, brittle, and lackluster hair. At LH Hair, we know that all of these symptoms can lead to thinning hair and hair loss.
But never fear, reversing the negative impact your diet has on your hair is just a matter of changing your habits. As we enter 2018, commit to a hair-friendly diet resolution and watch your health, as well as your hair, flourish!
Read on, to learn what vitamins and minerals make the most difference and the foods that supply you with everything you and your hair need to stay strong and gorgeous.
Today, hair loss is being linked to bad habits and poor health. But are excessive eating and obesity also hair loss triggers? The health of your hair is inherently tied to your overall well-being, so it shouldn't come as a shock when we tell you the answer is, more or less, yes.
Though overeating and obesity are not directly responsible for hair loss, they have the potential to create deficiencies and diseases that have been linked to hair loss. Whether from excessive eating or a sedentary lifestyle, obesity is at the heart of many hair loss-related issues. At LH Hair, we're committed to educating our clients about hair loss in all forms. For more on how obesity is linked to the conditions that cause hair loss, read on!