We all want long lush hair we can wear with pride and confidence. Unfortunately, different factors, including blood circulation, stress, diet, hormonal changes and side effects of radiation and medication can cause hair loss. Other cause and likely the most difficult to combat is hair loss caused by genetics. READ FULL ARTICLE
A big chunk of men’s population from different age groups are affected by gradual significant hair loss. This usually happens over the front, top and crown of their heads. Most undergo this change without knowing the real root cause of the problem due to different contributing factors considered. In addition to possible effects from diet, lifestyle, and stress levels, weather conditions are also taken into consideration if they play a role in male pattern baldness. READ FULL ARTICLE
Having a crowning glory is usually associated or labelled to women only, as the usual bearers of long and beautiful hair are the females. But now, more and more men are becoming concerned of their crowning glory too, especially when they want to attract the opposite sex but are failing to do so because of how their hair — or lack of it look. While it may be easier for women to cover up hair loss, this case may pose a deeper threat to men since it affects not just their confidence but also their libido. READ FULL ARTICLE
Having long, strong and shiny hair is somehow synonymous to being beautiful and healthy. Thus, those who want luscious locks take extra measures to ensure that their crowning glory is at its finest. Because hair grows so frustratingly slow, natural ways and remedies are sought to speed up the process.
At the moment, there are way too many products available that claim to help promote healthy hair and help hair grow faster. One surprising pantry staple that is said to be an effective hair growth booster is gelatin. READ FULL ARTICLE
Given there’s already a lot of advanced hair restoration methods to choose from, it is important to know which method is actually more effective and convenient for the patient. Two recent and common methods patient should be checking are Direct Hair Implant (DHI) and the original Follicular Unit Extraction (FUE). But, what are their differences? Which is better than the two? READ FULL ARTICLE