It’s 2019 and everywhere you turn, whether it be the television or social media, we’re constantly hearing differing reports about the foods we eat and their positive and negative effects on the human body. Though some reports may vary depending on the source you may be looking through, one thing that remains constant is the correlation between your diet and hair loss (volume). Though the majority of hair loss cases stem from genetic hair loss, simply meaning a family history of hair loss, there are other causes that can lead to losing those lovely locks of hair, whether it be the stress of your diet as previously mentioned. Today, we’re going to take a look at foods for hair growth and how deficiencies in certain foods can do just the opposite Luckily for our clients and potential clients, this blog will keep everyone well informed, and please always feel free to reach out with questions or concerns.
Every season, your fashion magazines, style blogs, and hairdressers will always update you about the looks and styles that are in season that you should try to follow. A lot of the time, these seasonal looks can include a hair dye, and as common as a hair dye is for men or women, what a lot don’t know about hair dyeing are the numerous hair dye dangers with hair loss after coloring is one of the most drastic side effects of bleaching hair or dyeing it.
When it comes to hair shedding, or seasonal hair loss, regardless if you’re male or female, you are losing about one hundred strands of hair on a daily basis. Don’t worry, this is normal and isn’t anything that you need to consult a professional for. When it comes to hair shedding as we previously mentioned, finding hair in your brush or drains is normal but the amount is where you need to be paying attention. As far as the cause for the hair loss or shedding, there can be a number of different reasons, stress, diet, genetics and even the change of season can have an impact on the amount of hair that you might be losing. What was thought to be an old wives’ tale, has actually been proven through ample research from the hair loss community, and they can confirm that seasonal hair loss is an actual ‘thing’ and more hair is shed during the summer, with July having the largest recorded amounts of hair loss.. Continue Reading →
We all know that hair is important but sometimes we forget that it needs as much attention as other parts of the body do. One question that has seemed to be popping up more and more frequently is how often you actually should wash your hair. There are a number of contradicting facts and articles, but we can tell you the regardless of your hair type whether it’s natural, thick, or thin, you need to wash your hair DAILY. In our research and even our personal experiences we’ve also noted different reports based on men compared to women or African American hair compared to straight hair, and our response is don’t stop washing! You bathe daily to get all the dirt off, so why forget your hair? Actively washing your hair with the right products like our Capilia Natural Hair Line Shampoos can help fight hair loss before it even begins, simply by committing to a daily wash. Continue Reading →
Henna hair dye is a timeless procedure often promoted as an aid to hair loss. But not many are aware of the potential problems that henna for hair, which can actually include hair loss! Hair loss for any reason at any age is something that is incredibly difficult to deal with, especially without the proper knowledge and guidance. As your local hair restoration center we offer hair loss treatments for Preventive, Restorative and Replacement services, but our goal is not only provide service, but also the knowledge that we really can’t put a price on. All of our blogs on hair loss and the industry are put together so you, the consumer, can stay informed about your options regarding hair restoration options as well as being well informed on those new trends in hair loss that you should be weary of such as Henna and Tattooing on the scalp, in addition to using Henna hair dye. So is henna hair dye safe? Let’s start with a quick history of of the origins of henna. Continue Reading →