There’s a certain obsession with knowing whether or not certain celebrities or public figures have had plastic surgery or hair transplants. Knowing if the people on TV naturally look as good as they do or if they have paid to keep up their appearance, is one thing that everyone seems to be intrigued by.
What is the last thing that you would expect someone who just underwent a hair transplant to do? Shave their head.
Hot tubs, close shaves, and hair transplant surgery all have something in common: they can all lead to cases of folliculitis.
In short, folliculitis is When hair follicles become inflamed or infected, which can result in those annoying little pimple-like bumps that pop up on your skin.
Finding clumps of hair in your hands or on your brush may cause you to panic and immediately start researching how to make it grow back, or possibly even look into a hair transplant. It’s fairly common for people to start losing their hair in their 20’s but there is no reason to immediately freak out.
As we enter into the summer months, you’re undoubtedly spending more time outside in the sun. Most of us know to put on sunscreen to protect our skin from damage and skin cancer, but should you also be protecting your hair from the sun? While the vitamin D you can get from the sun is important for your hair, exposure to the sun’s rays without protection can quickly cause serious damage.
Over the last few years you may have heard lots of talk centered around CBD and it’s supposed benefit when it comes to inflammation and other ailments. CBD has been touted almost as a “wonder drug” of sorts in regard to almost any problem you may have, but does it actually work? Can CBD gummies or CBD oil help with hair loss too?
Have you ever gotten out of the shower, dried your hair and still found that your hair feels almost waxy to the touch? You’re not alone.
Typically, when we’re talking about hair we’re talking about unwanted hair loss and what you can do to help prevent it or restore it. In this case, however, we wanted to take a look at the other end of the spectrum, removing unwanted hair.