Category : Female Hair Loss Regrowth Carrollton TX

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  • Hair Restoration Carrollton TX

Ten Tips for Stimulating Hair Restoration in Carrollton Tx

Healthy hair not only adds to a good appearance, but it can also be an indicator of overall health and wellness. Unfortunately, many people experience a variety of hair growth health issues. If you are experiencing hair health problems, you can stimulate your hair growth by following these simple steps. Read more
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  • Hair Loss Carrollton TX

Surprising Hair Loss Statistics That Might Shock You

While hair loss is not entirely fun, it’s not entirely uncommon. Most people will experience hair loss in their life. What facts might shock you? 25 percent of people experience hair loss before age 21. Maternal DNA plays a substantial role in hair makeup. The older you get, the slower Read more
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  • Hair Thinning Carrollton TX

Effective Styling Tips for Asian Women Experiencing Hair Thinning

Although having thin hair is beneficial in some ways (think easier to manage and not much up-keep) it also has its disadvantages (hello, limp-looking locks). Many Asian women struggle with strands that are less than thick. And when you experience hair thinning, your coif goals can seem even further out Read more
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  • Hair Loss Treatment For African Hair Carrollton TX

In Need of Hair Loss Treatment? Tips for African American Women

As an African American woman, you most likely worry about the risk of needing hair loss treatment for your hair. Not only is your hair’s look, feel, and strength different than the hair of a Caucasian or Asian woman’s, but caring for your hair requires a great deal more time Read more
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  • Hair Loss Carrollton TX

Facts and Fiction about Hair Loss Treatment in Carrollton Texas

We’ve been told stories about what makes healthy hair, but what is true? Should you brush your hair 100 times a day? NO – this can cause broken hair and scalp abrasions. Can stress cause your hair to fall out? YES – though other factors may also play. Ask about your hair Read more
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  • Hair Breakage Carrollton TX

Nine Home Remedies to Prevent Hair Breakage and Keep Healthy Locks

Maintaining healthy hair ensures smoothness, shine, and quick growth. Unfortunately, one of the most common sources of hair damage occurs through hair breakage. Heat tools, chemicals and lack of regular treatments are among the leading causes of hair breakage. When it comes to health, inside and out, prevention is the Read more
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  • Hair Loss Carrollton TX

The Surprising Symptoms and Treatment of Trichotillomania

Trichotillomania is defined as the compulsive act of pulling out one’s hair. These episodes are not only surrounded by stress and anxiety, but usually with noticeable hair loss, as well. Much of the time, this behavior is pulled from an unconscious area and is difficult to manage in any situation. Read more
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  • Hair Loss Carrollton TX

4 Things to Do When You Start Experiencing Hair Loss

Shiny and lustrous hair is something that women strive for, but many of us find ourselves dealing with hair loss in Carrollton, TX. Hair loss is often a subject that a lot of females tend to avoid talking about or even ignore. Here are four things you can do when you Read more
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  • Female Hair Loss Regrowth Carrollton TX

Managing the Emotional Distress of Female Hair Loss and Regrowth

Experiencing hair loss is difficult for just about anyone, but even more so for women. Females tend to associate their beauty with their hair, whether it is long and luxurious or short and sassy. When their hair begins to thin out or starts falling out in chunks, they can feel Read more
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  • Alopecia Treatment Carrollton TX

FAQs About Alopecia Areata Treatment, Causes And Research

If you’ve been diagnosed with alopecia areata, a common autoimmune disorder that results in random hair loss, you may be wondering what the causes and treatment are.  Here are some answers to frequently-asked questions about alopecia areata that may help: What Is Alopecia Areata? Alopecia areata is considered an autoimmune Read more