Why Men and Women are Using Coconut Oil to Help Their Hair
Did you know that coconut oil can improve your hair? Give your hair a treat and fight the rigors of aging on your once-lustrous locks with coconut oil; it has many surprising benefits for men and women, including: Continue reading →
How to Ease the Dilemma of Hair Loss in Women after Childbirth
Postpartum hair loss is perfectly-normal and generally is a result of hormone fluctuation after childbirth. If you are experiencing postpartum hair loss, there are things that you can do to make your hair look thicker, while also boosting your own self-confidence. Don’t let hair loss get you down during this special time; here’s how to deal with postpartum hair loss: Continue reading →
Female hair loss affects an estimated 20-million women and is caused by a range of factors from genetics to hormones, illness to daily stress. Besides the physical symptoms, hair loss can wreak psychological impacts, but is often-times preventable and treatable. Continue reading →
Bay Area Eyebrow Enhancements with Hair Transplant Surgery
If you’re interested in eyebrow restoration with hair transplant surgery, there are several things you should know before undergoing this kind of San Jose hair restoration procedure. Our FUE doctor explains. Continue reading →
Hair Transplants are the Ideal Way to Regain Your Natural Hairline
Are you suffering from a receding hairline or overly-prominent forehead? Well, you aren’t alone. In fact, millions of Americans suffer from hair loss and receding hairlines. Ideally, your hairline should begin about 5 – 6.5 cm above your eyebrows. However, if your hairline starts far above that measurement, you may have a prominent forehead and be looking into your options. Our FUE doctor in San Francisco discusses why more women are opting for hair transplant surgery. Continue reading →
Hair loss is a change that people find hard to deal with. However, gone are the days when hair loss is irreversible. Presently, hair transplants are the most effective approach to treating hair loss. There are many options for hair transplant. Also, today’s advanced technology has now enabled surgeons to rectify cases of scarring and balding that was usually associated with past poor hair transplant procedures. But before you get on the phone to book a consultation, there are a few myths that we need to debunk.
Options to Improve Thinning or Loss of Eyebrow Hairs
Beginning in your late 30s, you may notice that your eyebrows are getting thinner. This problem, which is known as Superciliary Madarosis, occurs in many people, and it may begin long before your hair turns gray. Fortunately, treatments for this condition do exist, ranging from cosmetic solutions like eyebrow pencils or tattoos, to more permanent solutions like eyebrow enhancements and hair restoration surgery. Below is some basic information about the treatment options available to people who suffer from Superciliary Madarosis.
Whether or not you’ve had a hairline transplant, as a woman you’re no stranger to the different seasonal hair fashions. Hairstyle color and cut trends are always changing in the Bay Area — long known as a hotbed of forwarding-thinking cultural movements. If you want a “pick me up” or make a stunning impression at a new school or a new job, tap into these ideas for an exciting way to freshen up your look.
If you’re an African American woman, and you’re researching bald treatment methods to restore hair loss caused by medications or natural hormonal shifts, you need to be careful about what procedures you choose as well as who performs them. Continue reading →
Hair transplants can effectively treat hair loss for the vast majority of men (up to 90% of male candidates). However, these types of surgeries generally fail to benefit the majority of women who suffer from hair loss. Men tend to lose their hair in predictable patterns, while women who have hair loss issues may face diverse, uncommon and hormonal-related problems causing the thinning. A small percentage of these women can be candidates for hair transplants or hairline surgery, but only about 2-5% of women will benefit. Continue reading →