As COVID-19 vaccines begin making their way into arms around the world, things may start to slowly get back to “normal” this summer. People are going to be more comfortable leaving their house, businesses and restaurants will get the ok to move into the next phase of their reopening, and offices will start letting people back into work.
If you’ve ever gone into the hair care aisle at the store looking for something to help your hair stay healthy and glowing, then you know exactly how saturated the hair care market is. There are seemingly thousands of products, using different ingredients, that all claim to be the most amazing product for your hair.
The older you get, the more your body starts to change. You’re sore for no reason, you get tired more easily, your skin starts to show creases and spots, your hair begins to fall out and those unsightly grays emerge to make us “distinguished.”
Unfortunately these are just things that come along with the aging process and there’s not much we can do to reverse those affects, but there are things we can do to help hide them, especially graying hair.
While the COVID pandemic continues to force all of us to make changes in our daily lives, one thing that some people can’t control is going to the doctor.
Most states across the United States, have slowly been reopening after shutting down earlier this year, but does that mean it’s safe to go the doctor’s office?
In most cases, yes, it is safe to visit your doctor during the COVID pandemic. Most offices have been taking strict precautions when it comes to seeing patients, and depending on the type of doctor you’re seeing, they’ve probably been limiting patients that show any symptoms related to COVID. But even with those precautions in place, some people may not feel comfortable visiting the doctor’s office.
The festivities of the winter season might bring joy to your heart and soul—but does it do the same for your hair? Not likely, assuming you’re like most people who experience brittle, dry, and damaged locks once the cold air drifts in. That frosty feeling can even mean an obnoxiously flaky scalp, and in severe cases, even hair loss!
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.
The shock and embarrassment of losing your hair can have a detrimental effect upon your self-confidence. When you finally do get up the courage to visit a hair loss surgeon, you shouldn’t be afraid to ask any questions during your consultation, no matter how uncomfortable or embarrassing they may seem. There’s a good chance the surgeon has heard every question regarding hair loss and hair transplants.
We have compiled several frequently asked questions that you might be a bit too embarrassed to ask your hair transplant surgeon.
There’s no time like the start of a new year to break bad habits, especially when it comes to hair loss. For many people, a few simple lifestyle changes can help keep the hair on their heads.
Here are some simple things you can do to help curtail hair loss.
Dr. Krejci, Limmer Hair Transplant Center’s medical director and physician, was recently featured in Cosmetic Town Journal for her expertise in hair transplantation. In the article, she discusses eyebrow and facial hair transplants. These procedures are very similar to standard hair transplant methods. Hair is harvested from the donor area on the back of your scalp and transferred to areas that are experiencing hair loss.
It’s understandable to want to rush into the operating room the second you find chunks of hair in your brush. Many men begin losing their hair in their early 20s. But getting a hair transplant at that age can lead to your hair looking worse than before. Today, our hair restoration experts discuss the best age to start thinking about a hair transplant so that you can make an informed decision for your hair.