Is Castor Oil the Best Treatment Option for Alopecia and Alopecia Aerata? Anonymous writes Is castor oil the only thing that works for alopecia? Because I tried it and it was working at 1st but now my edges are at a stand still! Response by Dr. Kari Williams Alopecia is another word for hair loss. […]
Alopecia can be extremely devastating but there are treatment options for hair loss, alopecia areata, or various underlying conditions.
There are countless contributors to hair loss in women; extreme hair shedding, thinning edges and other forms of hair loss. Struggling with shedding and thinning edges? These reasons may be why…
Hair Falling Out: 8 Causes You May Not Know
Here are the key factors that cause your hair to fall out also known as hair loss or thinning edges.
Understanding the interplay between your hormonal balance and your diet can help prevent the most distressing aspects of hair loss.
Suffering from thinning edges? These tips will help!
When you see a lot of hair in the bathroom sink, it’s easy to freak out. But remember that shedding is a natural part of the hair growth cycle. Your hair is supposed to shed. And it sheds daily. Each day it’s not uncommon to see 100 to 150 strands a day.
If you’re alarmed by the amount of hair that you’re seeing ask yourself a few questions before freaking out…
During my transitioning days, I was big ponytail weave fan and one day I snatched a good chunk of my hair out. My impatience with the removal process ended up costing me a huge chunk of hair.
Organic Apple Cider Vinegar (ACV) is one of the natural treatments that many swear by and for good reason or in this case, 10 good reasons. Some of the long lists of benefits are flattening the hair shaft to minimize tangles, smoothing the hair cuticle for natural shine, balancing hair and scalp pH, removing product buildup, and treating dandruff. Read: 10 ways to use apple cider vinegar for Hair
Developing a hair regimen is a key way to achieve healthy hair. It requires you to develop a routine of healthy hair practices. But what do you do when something is off in your hair regimen? Even if you have an established hair regimen, there are times when a tweak — or overhaul — may be necessary. Hair grows. Seasons change. Product formulas are altered. And these occurrences may require an adjustment to your natural hair regimen. Here’s how you know you need to make a change… and how you can successfully update your regimen:
Dr. Kari Williams, Natural Hair Expert and Trichologist answers the question: Monistat (Vaginal Yeast Infection Cream) for Hair Growth: Fact or Fiction