Hair loss in women is completely normal and is referred to as female pattern baldness, also known as androgenetic alopecia. Almost 75% of women experience some form of hair loss or thinning after menopause. Female pattern baldness is primarily hereditary, meaning that whether or not you develop it, relies heavily on your genes. It tends to occur most often in women older than 40, after the onset of menopause. Although female pattern baldness is not reversible, you can still enjoy life with a full head of hair. This is your guide to female pattern baldness and how LH Hair can give you the beautiful hair you deserve!
Hair isn't just hair! It is almost as unique as your fingerprint. There are different lengths, colors, textures, styles, etc. The best part is that you aren't stuck with one style or even color. You can change your look as many times as you want, whenever you like. This means that your hair plays a large part in expressing who you are. Having great hair matters! Contrary to popular belief it is about so much more than just looking good. It is about feeling your best. Great hair is tied very closely to your mental and emotional well-being. Let's take a closer look at why having hair that you are proud of is so important!
No matter what stage of hair loss or thinning you are experiencing, you may be wondering how to know which hair loss solution is right for you. The answer is it depends on why you are experiencing hair loss in the first place. This is your guide to the most common causes and why seeking treatment from hair specialists is the most effective way to treat hair loss or thinning.
Hair loss is a very common, yet frustrating condition that affects millions of Americans each year. Contrary to popular belief, men are not the only ones who experience hair loss. Women can experience hair loss and hair thinning as well. The good news is that you do not have to live with hair loss. In fact, the earlier you seek treatment the better the outcome. This guide answers the question of why women should seek hair loss treatment as soon as possible.
August is National Hair Loss Awareness Month and LH Hair strives to spread awareness to the millions of men and women who experience hair loss each year. Whether you are experiencing mild thinning or total hair loss, solutions are available to give you a full head of hair that will increase your confidence, helping you to feel and look your best.
Are you contemplating a hair restoration system but hesitant to do so because you do not know how it will hold up under your active lifestyle? You're not alone in this boat. Many men and women experiencing hair thinning or hair loss are interested in reclaiming their full head of hair without sacrificing their lifestyle. It may come as a surprise that you can engage in the most strenuous forms of exercise including swimming with your LH hair system firmly in place. Let's take a closer look at hair restoration systems and swimming.
Will you lose your hair during menopause? If this is a question you've been asking yourself a lot lately, then we can help you understand menopause and hair loss. The one-word answer is maybe. Every woman is different and will not experience menopause in exactly the same way. Menopausal women go through an array of changes with one of them potentially being hair thinning and/or hair loss. Let's take a look at why hair thinning can be a symptom of menopause and how LH hair can help you combat hair loss.
If you are considering going vegan, chances are good that you are researching the potential negative side effects. There's no doubt you have run across claims that veganism is linked to hair loss. But does the adoption of a vegan lifestyle lead to hair loss? Let's explore whether veganism is linked to hair loss and what you can do to live a vegan lifestyle and maintain your full head of hair.
Apple cider vinegar is most commonly known as an ingredient in condiments, coleslaw, and more. It gives just the right amount of tartness and acidity to plain foods. Aside from being a popular ingredient in many recipes, apple cider vinegar has been touted for its health benefits including, lowering bad cholesterol, promoting weight loss, reducing inflammation in the body, and so much more.