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How to Protect Your Hair During Summer
Summer is here! The weather is warmer and the sunshine out in full force. With the enticing call of the sun, sand, sea and pool time, also comes the potential stress and drying damage to hair fro...
Hair Loss Products that Work; Exception or Rule?
When walking down the aisles of our local beauty store we women become excited with the possibilities! So many choices, yet so little money - what's a girl to do? And since most of us have a finite...
Stress & Hair Loss
Hair loss due to stress is an unfortunate reality for many women: how many of us go on vacation and are forced to keep up with emails just so that we don't show up to a mountain of messages when w...
Help! My Hair is Falling Out
The clogged shower drain, the hair art we make on the shower wall, the boar bristle brush that could be mistaken for a small, furry animal - these are all tell-tale signs of our hair annoyingly fa...
Every Strand Counts
When looking at the different types of women that are concerned with hair loss and hair shedding, one category always seems to get somewhat overlooked. That category is women that deal with very th...
A New Idea that is Gaining Traction
"Ballerina Baldness" is a term that may be unfamiliar to you. The origin of the phrase is derived from hair loss caused by the traditional pulled-back styling of ballerina buns, worn repeatedly by ...
Hairstyles for Hair Loss & Traction Alopecia
If you recently found out you are showing signs of traction alopecia, it can be a very stressful and upsetting time. You may feel overwhelmed with how to style your hair. The good news? There are m...
Why Washing & Styling is Stressful (But no longer has to be)
When experiencing hair loss or being concerned with the onset of hair thinning, the moment we feel the most anxiety is during the washing and styling of our hair. Why? Because seeing hair fall afte...
Can Traction Alopecia be Reversed
When hair is repeatedly pulled or tightened in the same manner, it can lead to stress and damage of the hair follicle, ultimately causing gradual and then permanent traction alopecia. Women who wea...