Loosen up. Pulling on your hair can cause damage. Check with your hair specialist.
Hats do protect your scalp from UV damage. Friction from baseball caps can irritate the scalp and damage hair. Tight ponytails and braids may cause tension and hair damage. Check your habits.
Visit your physician or hair specialist for a consultation. Take control of your hair loss sooner rather than later. Share your concerns and observations. Discuss your options. Yes there are options. Pretending something does not exist will not make it go away. The key to growing and maintaining thicker, healthier hair is extending and maintaining […]
Using the Cleanser, Revitalizer, Supplement and Prescription Follicle Stimulator each and every day will give you the best chance for a healthy scalp and growing more hair. Keep the prescription foam on the scalp’s bare area—to penetrate and stimulate the hair follicles below the scalp’s skin.
Growing hair takes time. Discuss expectations with your physician in your consultation. Be realistic about your expectations. Be committed. Be diligent. Be compliant. You can do the 4 steps each day—becomes automatically part of your daily routine. Take selfies. Take a look at the photos and scans at the physician’s office at each visit. Partner […]
Heredity is the most common cause of hair loss. The gene can be inherited from either your mother’s or your father’s side of the family. You are more likely to have it if both of your parents had hair loss.