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Hair Thinning or Loss
Hair Thinning or Loss

First let me say that hair thinning/loss could be genetic or because of a medical condition. The purpose of this article is to address other reasons for hair thinning or loss, and some common sense safe guards. It is much harder these days to find a stylist who can take care of your scalp as well as hair.

Here's what we do wrong and how to set your hair right.

Early detection is the key. Some hair and scalp conditions can be treated with the use of non-prescription products, topical application or nutritional supplements. Extracts of bamboo and hydrolyzed proteins restores damaged and weakened cells and penetrate the deepest layer of the hair to promote deep repair of the hair structure. For late stage hair loss, avoid hairstyles that put tension on the hair follicles (where our hair actually grows), reduce usage of hair chemicals, and take the time to see a dermatologist.

Medical and surgical therapies for alopecias in black women. PubMed National Library of Medicine Abstract, Callender VD, McMichael AJ, Cohen GF. 2004

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