Hair is the “first impression” a woman can make as to how she or someone else sees and feels about her.
You may be surprised to learn that 40% of all hair loss sufferers are women. Hair loss is a reality for millions of women, so you’re not alone if you’ve noticed thinning patches or a receding hairline, even in your 30s.
The onset of excessive hair loss or hair thinning over the scalp has many causes.Women can lose hair gradually all over the head. Women are susceptible to certain diseases, such as polycystic ovarian syndrome (PCOS), where hair loss is a symptom.
Too Much DHT Causes Hair Loss Baldness in both men and women is caused by a single chemical called DHT, a by-product of the hormone testosterone. Too much DHT inhibits the cells of your hair follicles from receiving necessary nutrients.
Because of DHT’s connection with testosterone, more men are susceptible to hair loss. However, since women produce both female and male hormones, they are at risk as well. Your hair literally begins to starve to death. You may notice texture changes, brittleness and then the hair shaft begins to shrink, reducing in length and diameter until it seems to disappear. The last stage of hair loss occurs when the follicle goes completely dormant and stays that way. No hair will grow from that follicle again.There are many types of hair loss and more than one simple solution. Whether your hair loss is minimal, moderate or much more, our professionals have answers for you.
(1) Low Level Light Therapy for Hair and Scalp
(2) CiraDerm at-home therapy products
(3) Non-surgical Cira-matrix Graphs< NST (New Skin Technology) derma application CRT (Cirrus Reconstruction Technology) 2012 Exclusive Injected Molded Skin/Lace matrix
(4) Surgical Transplants by Dr. Shelly Friedman
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This information will aid Creative Hair Center professionals in determining the best choice for your hair loss. Save time, money and gasoline. “
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