Back in 2013, Anderia Kowalski, the owner of Capilia Orlando, noticed what she became all too familiar with after working with numerous female hair loss clients, yes the beginning signs of hair loss. Anderia’s hair loss was centered around the front of her hairline. So what did Anderia do? She put herself on a hair regrowth regiment tailored to her specific hair loss problems. It involved using the correct hair loss shampoo, laser hair therapy. Hair regrowth began. Continue Reading →
Alopecia, more commonly known as hair loss in men and women, can occur for a variety of reasons and understanding those causes is important to determining treatment options. One of the most common explanations for alopecia is genetic disposition, frequently referred to as male pattern baldness or female hair loss. Most men will experience at least some hair loss by age 50 due to shrinking hair follicles – a natural progression resulting in thinner, more fragile hair that eventually stops growing – but even while genetics can play a role, there are conditions that enhance the effects of genetic hair loss. In recent studies, two predominant factors affecting hair loss have been found to be stress and, more disconcertingly, underlying health problems such as heart disease. The good news is that the connection between hair loss and heart disease do not affect everyone.
What is Lupus?
Lupus, an autoimmune disease most common in young women, can lead to intense bouts with pain, inflammation, and tissue damage. Most common in Asian, Latino, African American and Native American women, the cause of lupus is not always determinable. Additionally, lupus can be difficult to diagnose; however, it is not contagious. In some cases lupus can be triggered by medication and approximately ten percent of all cases stem from heredity. Symptoms include: hair loss, extreme fatigue, pain or swelling in joints, purple/pale fingers and toes, and nose or mouth ulcers, among others. Lupus hair loss adds to the stress of the person suffering from Lupus, but we hope the information below can help you determine what to do. Continue Reading →
Hair loss in men and women can be caused by a myriad of factors ranging from family history to hormone imbalance to life-changing events. While it can be a permanent state for some individuals, there are also temporary causes that can be corrected or expected to self-correct over time. One of these temporary diagnoses would be alopecia areata. Continue Reading →
Following are excerpts from a female client’s journal (her name is withheld to protect her identity); she has documented her hair loss and her experience at Capilia in helping her regrow her hair.
March 20, 2015
I met someone who had lost her hair as a result of chemo treatments. She had gone to Capilia Orlando where the owner, Anderia, implemented a treatment plan. Six (6) months later, following the regime recommended by Anderia, she had a full head of thick soft hair.
I take medication for Rosacea and began to notice my hair falling out. I decided to see if Anderia could help me too. I scheduled an appointment and met with Anderia about my hair loss situation. All new clients at Capilia Orlando, receive a computerized hair and scalp analysis. Continue Reading →