If you’re considering a transplant procedure, it’s normal to wonder how others might react to your new look. What might friends, family or co-workers say? Would they say anything? Would they notice? What if they notice but don’t say anything for fear of offending you?
The Last Boys of Summer Play Their Way Into The 2017 World Series
We see numerous sports fans at the Limmer HTC and for baseball fans, the shifting of summer into fall is a magical time. It’s a time when the remaining Boys of Summer run, swing, throw, and catch their way onto baseball’s grandest stage: The Fall Classic.
At the first sign of thinning or after years of dealing with baldness, many men take to the internet to research restoration options.
First, visit your dermatologist (a better option than your PCP for hair loss), to find out if the problem is rooted in genetics or something else. Your next step is a hair restoration specialist.
Last Week’s Hair Blog Takeaway: Hair Loss in Women is Quite Common
On last week’s blog, we set out to answer the question: Is hair loss tougher and more difficult for men or women? Unsurprisingly, there is heated debate between the sexes, so we weren’t able to completely answer this complex question, hence, part 2.
In regards to hair loss, there’s little doubt the process is traumatic for men and women alike.
Noticing a receding hairline can be devastating, but knowledge is power.
Receding hairlines can affect men and women of all ages for different reasons. The most common cause for men is male pattern baldness, caused by genes that make the hair susceptible to dihydrotestosterone (DHT). DHT makes hair follicles shrink, leading to hair loss. Women can also experience receding hairlines but more often, female hair loss is diffuse. It can be related to DHT, but it’s typically a result of lowered estrogen levels with menopause.
Science has revealed that beards can make you look more attractive and masculine. But is dealing with an itchy, full beard really worth it during the hot summer months? Since we’re big fans of beards here, we’re a little bias. The answer really is up to you. If you know how to take care of your beard during the summer, it shouldn’t bother you very much. Here’s our guide to surviving summer with a beard.
When you think of hair loss, men usually come to mind. You don’t see a lot of women walking around with receding hairlines or shaved heads as a result of hair loss. However, nearly 40% of women experience some form of hair loss by age 60. This hair loss is usually triggered by every woman’s favorite period of life: menopause. Since it’s a lot less socially acceptable for women to show signs of hair loss, balding can be emotionally devastating for many women.