Are you looking for natural ways to prevent balding? Well, then, you've come to the right place!
Forget chemical exposure - a scientific review published in the Journal of Cosmetic Dermatology evaluated natural treatments for balding revealed that there are plenty of effective options. The study also showed that people have been experimenting with natural remedies for centuries.
“The earli... ››› more
If you think the secret to preventing balding and growing your healthiest hair ever is a super-expensive shampoo or salon treatment, think again! Believe it or not, when it comes to healthy hair, it's all about your diet...
Eating a few certain nutrients can help prevent baldness and give you the mane you've always dreamed of. Don't believe us? Up your intake of the following nutrients and in n... ››› more
Hair loss is a problem that affects a large number of people around the world. One specific large-scale study conducted in Maryborough, Victoria, Australia showed that roughly 73.5% of men and 57% of women over the age of 80 are bald in the middle of their hairline.
According to this study, the prevalence of mid-frontal baldness increases with age. Researchers said that a rough rule of thumb is... ››› more
In this issue:
Women lose 50 to 100 strands of hair a day! It's completely normal
But large chunks of hair loss could be the sign of a more serious medical condition
Six possible medical reasons your hair is falling out
Here's the truth: Everyone loses hair. It happens during your morning shower, while you're using a brush, or while you're blowing it dry—and that's co... ››› more
Symptoms of dementia?
The real reason why you have memory problems
Here's the one nutrient that can stop your false dementia
Do you ever:
Lose your eyeglasses or forget your keys?
Feel confused and disoriented about where you left your car?
Get anxious about little things that never used to bother you?
Most people think these are sy... ››› more
With ageing comes hair loss. Or, in some cases, even worse - balding!
But not to worry - there's a remedy for that. It's a simple coconut milk treatment.
Coconut milk is amazing when it comes to accelerating hair growth. Believe this without any doubt! Whether you're bald, balding or simply want to have your hair grow faster, this treatment is for you. Read on to find out more about it.
W... ››› more
Studies show that if you have a healthy head of hair, your scalp replaces the strands you lose at the same rate you lose them.
But lose more than 200 hairs a day, your hair growth can't keep up.
Your cherished head of hair starts to thin and, one day, you wake up with an embarrassing bald patch. Gone is the full, thick head of hair you used to get compliments for.
Is it because of your... ››› more
Have you recently noticed that your hair is getting a lot thinner? Or, even worse you've found, a few bald spots?
You could be suffering from an autoimmune disorder of your hair follicle, called Alopecia Areata (AA). AA ranges from hair thinning, to hair loss and even to baldness of your scalp, facial or bodily hair.
But ladies, it's not just the men in your life who should be concerned. B... ››› more
My dad has what you could call a “table top” and in recent years, it's become what I like to call, “sporting the Bruce Willis look”.
In all the years I don't think it's bothered him at all and he's aged gracefully…
But my brother's biggest fear is he's inherited these genes from him.
I'm sure my brother's fear isn't an isolated incident…
Most men and definitely women are o... ››› more
You consider yourself a man's man. You watch rugby, drink beer and drive a Toyota Hilux. And while these all give you confidence, the thinning parts on the top of your head are stripping it away…
But did you know that your manly hormone levels are what causes your hair to thin?
It's true! The very hormone that makes you the man you are chips away at your manliness as you get older. But ... ››› more
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