Knowing the Culprit Is Part of the Cure

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It’s scary when you start to lose your hair. It feels like a reflection on your health and well-being, if not a threat to it.   At the same time, many people find hair loss embarrassing. They look for undercover solutions, skulking around the pharmacy, and ordering medicine from online stores. It’s understandable, of course,… Read more »

Sometimes, Your Hair Restoration Needs to Go All the Way (Surgical)

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The reason for your hair loss is not the same as the people you pass in the gym or greet in the lift. In fact, hair loss is as diverse as snowflakes. The hair on your head is different from that of your mother’s or brother’s. And the effects of styling or lifestyle will show… Read more »

You Don’t Need Surgery for Incredible Hair

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Your hair is thinning faster than you can cope with. And, you know it’s a race against the clock. Every day you delay treatment is another day that might just be too late. You know it, but you’re not sure you can stomach the idea of surgical intervention.   We understand.   We also know… Read more »

Choosing the Right Hair Extensions

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Everyone loves movies. Okay, almost everyone. It’s the glamour and style as much as the story and acting. We quickly become enamoured with our favourite performers and their characters. And, once we’re completely hooked, we can’t pass a magazine rack without noticing the gorgeous looks and locks of well-known celebrities.

Hair Extensions Aren’t Just a Vanity Thing

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So much of our lives are linked to the way we look – and the way we feel about ourselves. As much as people attempt to consider what’s on the inside, we do take note of outer appearance. It’s harder for more people to get past the exterior than they would care to admit. So,… Read more »

No Time to Wash Your Hair? That Might Be a Good Thing

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When you were young, you were told to wash your hair every day or perhaps every other day. And, there is something to the ritual of washing and drying your hair. It can be soothing and something that feels as natural as brushing your teeth before heading out of the house in the morning.  … Read more »

How Do Hair Styling Products Affect Your Scalp?

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If you’ve heard it once, you’ve heard it a thousand times. The more you do to your hair, the better it may look, but the more trouble you will have with it over time. Okay, you’ve probably never heard it like that, but you know exactly what we mean. Styling products are a slippery slope,… Read more »

Alopecia: The Word Is Way More Fun than the Condition

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Alopecia is one of those words that rolls off your tongue. Al-O-Peesh-A. It’s kind of fun to say. But, the condition itself is rarely fun to deal with. It’s not just one condition. There are a few different types of Alopecia that fall under the umbrella term. And, the early symptoms tend to overlap making… Read more »

Can Colouring Your Hair Cause Hair Loss?

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Concept Colouring Hair

Once, it was almost unheard of to dye or colour your hair for the sake of your appearance. Whether you were prematurely grey or you just fancied a change, it didn’t matter. That’s hardly the case today. Now, teens colour their hair for the fun of it and it’s relatively normal for anyone over 30… Read more »

Can Your Flu Cause Hair Loss?

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Can Your Flu Cause Hair Loss

Hopefully, you got yourself a flu shot this year. As they say every year, this is going to be an especially nasty year for the illness. And, while you think the red soreness of your nose after sneezing, the coughing fits and the achy fever are the end of it, we’ve got some more painful… Read more »