How to Use an Effective Herbal Treatment to Regrow Hair Damaged by Hair Extensions

Hair weaves and extensions when worn frequently can cause thinning and other hair loss conditions such as traction alopecia. Depending on the method of attachment, the damage caused could be anything from moderate to severe.

Hair weaves based on the cornrow or track method when worn regularly can lead to traction alopecia because of how tight the cornrows are braided. The weight of the hair sewn on makes things worse and adds further strain to the hair roots, making them weaker and causing them to fall out before their natural growth phase is complete.

Hair weaves are also applied using a purpose made adhesive called bonding glue which is usually anti fungal to prevent infections like ring worm on the scalp while the weave is being worn. Bonding glue is not to be confused with the adhesives used to attach lace wigs. Hair bonding glue can be black or white and is of a much thinner consistency than the silicon based adhesives used for lace wigs. The primary ingredients in it are rubber latex and sodium polyacrylate.

When using bonding glue, the hair is parted in the position where the weft is to be attached, then the glue is applied to the hair weft before being pressed against the scalp in the desired position. An oil based remover is usually required to break the bond of the glue in order to remove it safely. The oil based remover should be applied and allowed to sit for at least 20 minutes before attempting to remove the hair weft.
Unfortunately, even when care is taken, the bonding glue sticks to the hair and can it out from the roots during removal. Regular use of bonding glue leads to thinning hair throughout the head and not just in the temporal region.

If the damage caused by weaves is ignored, and weaves continue to be worn, any hair loss or thinning suffered could become permanent. Permanent hair loss can be avoided by taking a break from the weaves and allowing the scalp time to recover.

A diet rich in protein, and supplements such as MSM, Vitamin C and Zinc will help the scalp produce new healthy cells, and biotin can also help in stretching the growth phase of the hair. It is very important to note that if the scalp isn’t allowed time to recover and weaves are still being worn, trying to treat the hair and restore it to its original condition will be futile.

The supplements mentioned earlier will help to ensure that the hair is receiving adequate nutrients internally, however the same needs to be done externally. If you have bald patches or the hair loss experienced is severe, then a topical treatment like minoxidil is recommended. Minoxidil is available in 2% and 5% concentrations, the 2% concentration aimed at women. However a common complaint about the 2% concentration is that it is pretty ineffective, therefore women chose to use the 5% concentration for better results.

Using the 5% version however has its disadvantages, it can lead to unwanted facial hair, which by the way disappears once treatment is discontinued. It is not such a heavy price to pay in order to restore your hair and most times confidence.

For people who would rather avoid minoxidil all together, the Eclipta Alba plant, called Bhringaraj or Bhringraj in Ayurveda has been scientifically proven to be more effective that the 2% version of minoxidil without the side effects.

Bhringaraj is available in both oil and powder forms. Bhringaraj oil can be massaged into the scalp the night before washing the hair several times a week, and the powder can be added to hair masks and conditioners.

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Review of Mesotherapy treatment at Medicetics clinic

I went to try Mesotherapy, which is known as ‘skin prick rejuvenation’ at the Medicetics clinic in London – and this is what it’s like. My treatment was done by aesthetician Lenka Micenkova.
It’s done with a ‘meso gun’ with a 3mm which isn’t as scary as it looks. The treatment costs from £150. More info on the clinic website, here

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Causes of Hair Loss in Women

Causes of Hair Loss in Women

As a practising Trichologist for 18 years now, I have seen Causes of Hair Loss in Women change and increase. It is simply scary how hair loss and hair thinning has increased particularly in young women. The toxins we have already discussed are putting a strain on the immune system and add to that synthetic hormones in a state of low iron, low ferritin and low vitamin D, it’s a recipe for hair loss problems and other health problems and are now common Causes of Hair Loss in Women.

Here we share Miss J’s results, she is only 24 years old and had visible hair thinning. She shared she has always had thin hair since she was a child but it had changed over the last four years and was much thinner than it had ever been. Trichology Consultation found there was a family history of female pattern thinning and she had used the birth control pill since she was 16 with prescription changes because of associated weigh gain. Current blood tests showed low iron and ferritin on top of a vitamin D deficiency.

Hair Health Check Microscopic examination found common Causes of Hair Loss in Women:
• Hair cycle concerns
• Diffuse hair thinning from the past as hairs were not growing properly
• 16 diffuse damaged hairs/cm in terminal area well away from the pattern thinning area
• 6 translucent hairs/cm in terminal area that are invisible without a microscope
• Female pattern thinning
• Empty follicles and vellus hairs
• Scalp oil and poor scalp circulation

All the symptoms found with the microscope made sense and are consistent with someone who has had diffuse hair loss from starting/stopping/changing birth control or from low iron or low ferritin, so because there was a few things going on the hair had not grown back to its genetic hair type and the scalp environment had changed.

We went in with combination therapy hair loss treatments addressing all Causes of Hair Loss in Women and the symptoms for 4 months to deliver this impressive result. One has to understand here that there is a lot going on and the first 4 months are the hardest but certain will show you positive hair growth then we help to continue with simple maintenance hair loss treatments.

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My Thinning Hair!!! (ROGAINE® Women Process)

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The #1 Natural-Looking Solution for Receding Hairlines & Hair Loss – Tailored Micro Ink

Do you want to fix your receding hairline, hair loss, alopecia, or bald spots? We can help you.

Tailored Micro Ink is the #1 follicle replication treatment provider in Pennsylvania. Located in the Trexler Medical Arts building in Allentown, PA, Tailored Micro is a destination for individuals in Pennsylvania, New Jersey, and Delaware that want to restore their hairlines.

Follicle Replication Treatment (“FRT”), also known as Scalp Micropigmentation or SMP, is a method of depositing pigment into the dermal layer of the skin on the scalp, replicating the look of natural hair follicles.

The result of the treatment gives you the appearance of a full head of recently buzzed hair. From pale complexion to dark skin tones, hair follicles are perfectly color matched to your natural skin tone, hair density, and hair color to ensure your new head of hair looks natural whether viewed up close or far away.

Follicle Replication Treatment is a non-invasive, longlasting, and cost-effective alternative to other hair loss solutions like Rogaine, Propecia, or hair transplants. Results last from 5-8 years with limited to zero pain or recovery-time after treatment, so you can easily go back to work or school without hassle.

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Here’s my plan for regrowing my fine/thin natural hair after hair loss from crochet braids. Not sure if I’ll be flat ironing or straightening it too often but I’m going to stretch it as long as I can (hopefully for at least 2 weeks?). We’ll see how this goes!

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Causes, Prevention and Solutions for Hair Loss

Everybody loves their hair and get slightly shocked even if they find one hair strand over the pillow cover or in the bathroom. Hair strands falling off between the numbers of 50 to 100 per day is normal for a human being. However, when the count increases than that for a long time without any hair arrest then it is time to seek the necessary solutions for hair loss immediately. In actual, no one calculates the number of strands they lost the same day. The normal symptoms of worrying could be thinning of hair, bald patches, receding hairlines and so on like that.

Ordinary reasons for incessant receding hairline 

Alopecia areata: It is an autoimmune disorder in which the immune system of body fights own hair follicles to develop and ultimately causing hair loss. In some terms, it is also called as spot baldness due to the patches on a particular portion.

Telogen effluvium: It occurs with excessive hair loss due to different conditions like pregnancy and child birth, extreme anxiety or stress, major surgeries, infection and improper nutrition to list a few.

Hair styling: A reason quite popular these days due to over styling of hair like bleach or coloring of hair, tight ponytails, use of iron rods for straightening as well as other electronic devices for hair styling.

Available medical treatments for those conditions

Minoxidil: An FDA approved drug used in Rogaine for hair loss treatments may promise a little growth of hair, but there are some side effects for it as well. It could cause itchiness or redness on the scalp, frizzy feeling and similar conditions to it.

Finasteride: Propecia is also an approved drug but only available through prescription for men. It is described helpful in sustaining the remaining of hair if used for over a year on a continuous basis and only then the actual results can be felt. It has a side effect of decreasing the libido.

Methods to prevent hair fall 

Avoid chemicals: Common reasons why hair fall occurs even to a healthy person is for using chemical-rich products which contain ingredients like isopropyl alcohol, glycol, petrolatum, mineral oils and lots more.

Avoid devices: Hair styling gadgets like curlers, dryers, straighteners and hot brushes damage the hair to a great extent and make them dull and free from the sebum secreted by the sebaceous gland.

Go natural: One of the best methods to avoid receding hairlines is to use natural methods like herbal hair masks, minerals and vitamins filled nutritious diet, and some healthy exercises. Use of hair products like shampoos or conditioners having fruit extracts or just natural constituents, proteins and moisturizers are effective hair loss solutions for women as well.
A better way to handle receding hair is to look for early treatments without waiting to get it worse. Neglecting those for a long time will make the conditions bad than ever thought. Healthy hair gives a boost in confidence and move ahead positively.

Jack Jones has years of experience as a hair specialist and shares expert tips on solution for hair loss online. He reviews all kinds of hair loss solutions for women available in the market. Keep reading his articles to know more on the hair loss treatments and solutions.

Laser Hair Regrowth Can Stimulate Your Dead Hair

You probably don’t need medical science to point out to you that hair loss among men is a natural part of life. That doesn’t mean they are all happy about it. The actual scientific name for male pattern baldness is Androgenetic Alopecia and it occurs to millions of men in the United States. There is not one specific reason that determines when or how much hair loss you will experience. 

Some say it’s genetics, and other factor in stress and diet. Is there anything that can be done about it? You could use a hair restoration treatment known as Laser Hair Regrowth which stimulates the hair follicles and tissue to encourage hair regrowth.

Laser hair regrowth does not involve any surgery. There are clinics which provide this treatment that works in conjunction with a detox plan and specialized shampoos and conditioners. Laser hair regrowth treatments can employ different methods. Photo-biostimulation for instance exposes the energy from a laser onto the patients head. This aims to channel nutrients into the damaged hair follicles which hopefully will promote hair regrowth.

What do the leading scientists think about all this? The treatment has it’s supporters and detractors. Some expert scientists have rejected laser hair regrowth treatments altogether while others have claimed it has benefits for both men and women with hair loss. Dr. Charles a member of The Coalition of Independent Hair Restoration Physicians says it is useful for increasing the overall quality of the hair still left instead of actually been able to prevent complete hair loss. It may therefore let you hold onto your existing hair for longer instead of actually stopping hair loss.

In short laser hair regrowth programmes stimulate the damaged hair follicles which have been associated with Androgenetic Alopecia. This will involve multiple sessions at a hair restoration clinic for each course of treatment. You may be advised to used a low powered laser comb at home until the next session.

The general opinion is that laser hair regrowth treatments may stave off complete baldness for a limited time only. Many people have said it works, but it’s still in the early development stages. Don’t put your complete faith in it, as hair restoration is still in the early stages, but give it the go if you’ve got the money.

There have been lots of success stories in medical journals about using laser hair regrowth to combat hair loss. Laser hair regrowth treatments are a new area and you can read up more on it on my website.

0:01 – Intro
0:41 – What are the major causes of Hair Loss?
1:33 – Minoxidil
2:27 – The Effluvium
3:55 – The best approach to baldness
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6:43 – The Saw Palmetto
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9:36 – Hair Loss Shampoo
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