The weather outside may be frightful. So why should your wintertime hair look that way? There’s no denying the long winter months make add challenges to maintaining full, healthy. The cold season also creates itchy, flaky scalps, which according to Healthline, can even cause hair loss in severe cases.
There’s nothing quite like the joys of motherhood; Humming lullabies to your newborn. Seeing the wonder in their eyes as they discover the world. Your hair falling out in clumps a few months after bringing home your bundle of joy.
Ok. Maybe that’s not one of the more beautiful parts of becoming a mom—but postpartum hair loss, also called postpartum alopecia, is a surprisingly common issue many women avoid discussing. However, they are all far from alone.
Brad Pitt. Ron Swanson. David Beckham. These men are the epitome of masculinity, and what do they all have in common? Great facial hair. Even if you rock the clean-shaven look, what guy doesn’t desire growing a lumberjack-worthy beard or mustache once in a while? But if disappointment strikes as every attempt leads to patchy spots and sparse hairs—you’re not alone.
Few parts of our daily routine feel as incredible as a freshly washed mane. The smell of shampoo. The impeccable shine. The sense of peak cleanliness. It really is hard to beat a good scrub.
But believe it or not, many consider washing your hair more than a once or twice a week actually detrimental to overall hair and scalp health. That’s a surprising conclusion for those who grew up with the habit of a daily shampoo.
We’re halfway through 2018 and world of hair restoration has already made impressive strides in the advancing of new technologies, hair growth research, and so much more. From the rise of hair transplant robotics, to promising new hair growth ventures, the Limmer HTC team is excited to share the newest trends with our patients, colleagues, and friends.
When most of us think of the typical person suffering from severe balding, our mind usually imagines a greying, old man losing their hair thanks to genetics and age. Medically known as androgenetic alopecia, this may be the most common form of balding, affecting 80 million people in the U.S., but it’s far from the only way we lose our hair.
We love to look our best, and often it all starts with the hair. What’s a better way to enhance our natural look than with a fantastic, fresh new color? Maybe it’s to cover up those greys, add a little edge, or just change up your everyday appearance. No matter the reason, there’s no denying we’re obsessed with dying our locks.
Androgenic alopecia, most commonly known as male pattern hair loss, is an extremely common issue for many men as they age. In fact, approximately half of all men over the age of 50 are afflicted. Though many happily embrace a hairless future, others choose to fight it in hopes of gaining back the confidence connected to their locks.