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The Hair Regrowth Therapy as Easy as 1-2-3

If you want to regrow your hair and regain your confidence, this simple step-by-step hair regrowth treatment may be the one for you. The team at Hair Restoration of California is excited to introduce the incredibly effective line of XTC products, designed by the best industry experts and used across the globe by top doctors, hair loss centers, and trichologists. XTC is an exciting therapy that actively targets the root causes of your hair loss and reverses the process!

The Benefits of XTC

So what makes this treatment so special? XTC combines the highest quality ingredients to:

  • Serve as a natural alternative to minoxidil
  • Provide 11 topical DHT blockers
  • Deliver essential hair regrowth nutrients
  • Help promote growth by improving circulation to the hair follicles
  • Soothe dry, irritated, itchy scalp

Uniquely designed to help stop hair loss, XTC provides your hair with the protein-building nutrients and B-vitamins it needs to grow. It also improves blood flow to your scalp and hair follicles, which revitalizes them to result in fuller, thicker, shinier hair. Additionally, XTC provides essential relief to dry and itchy scalps to further encourage the growth of thick and healthy hair.

Your Perfect Hair Regrowth Solution

Developed exclusively for the Hair Restoration of California by top hair professionals and industry experts, XTC offers proven solutions for:

  • Male and female pattern hair loss
  • Thinning hair
  • Aging hair
  • Hair that's been damaged by heat, chemicals, extensions, and more

It's the perfect solution for both men and women of all hair types and ethnicities. And what's more, XTC is so simple that it easily integrates into your daily routine. No mess, no fuss, just a step-by-step process that'll help you get your hair and confidence back.

To learn more about XTC and what it can do for you, click here to download our free XTC brochure.

For a free hair and scalp evaluation, call 800-966-9505 to speak with our hair loss practitioners and discuss the best hair loss solutions for you!

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Female Celebs Who Overcame Hair Loss

Hair loss is an unexpectedly common issue among people across the globe, and female celebs are no exception! Take heart in the fact that you are not alone, and that hair loss is a condition that you too can overcome. The following celebrities may be some of the most famous and beautiful, but they've also faced their share of hair challenges.

Hair loss can be tough on our self-esteem, so let's take a minute to explore how these gorgeous celebs continued to dominate their field and thrive even in the face of hair-related adversity!

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Oprah Winfrey

Well known for being honest and candid with her viewers, it's no surprise that Oprah has been so open about her struggle with hair loss. Over the years she's had many hairstyle changes, and she's learned a lot of lessons from them – including the mistakes her stylists have made at times. As graceful as ever, Oprah faces hair loss with a great sense of humor and the enthusiasm to try the next great style.

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Jennifer Aniston

Unfortunately, Jennifer Aniston's famous "Rachel" haircut took its toll. The extensions that she wore on set for years eventually damaged her natural hair, stunting hair growth and contributing to bald patches. How has Jennifer dealt with her hair loss? Besides the usual treatments and solutions, she stresses the importance of moral support and a great group of friends she can rely on to uplift her.

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Naomi Campbell

The press hasn't been very forgiving of supermodel Naomi Campbell's alopecia. While we don't know exactly what has caused her hair loss, it's possible that the different hairpieces she's worn throughout the years have put her hair through simple wear and tear. However, Naomi remains as stylish and beautiful as ever despite her hair struggles.

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Fergie

Fergie's thinning hair has been under the lens of immense speculation. It could do with age or hair extensions, but the talented artist offsets attention on her thinning hair by taking extra steps in the self-confidence department.

These four celebrities haven't let hair loss control their lives or define who they are. If they can overcome this struggle so gracefully, there's certainly hope for the rest of us. At HRC, we understand the difficulties of hair loss and thinning hair. We provide a variety of non-surgical solutions so that you can look and feel like a celebrity! Get a free consultation today by calling our team of expert hair professionals at 800-966-9505.

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Protect Your Hair & Scalp from the Summer Sun

Summer is here, and we all know that the California sun will be out in full force! Thousands of beach goers, BBQ lovers, and outdoor fans are going to slather their skin in protective sunscreen and break out their best sunglasses and wide-brimmed hats to guard against the relentless summer sun – but what about our hair and scalps? The sun is just as damaging to what’s on our heads, and can cause our hair to become lackluster and our scalps to dry and (God forbid) flake! Here are some precautions you can take to protect your hair and scalp from the summer sun when venturing outdoors this season.

Wear a Hat
The easiest and simplest protection you can use is wearing a stylish hat. Wide brims are ideal, as they cover more of your hair, but baseball caps can be just as effective. Try to tuck your hair underneath the hat for bonus protection. But remember, if you have thin hair, fitted hats can rub against your scalp and could create more problems down the line. Scarves and bandanas are good alternatives as well.

Use SPF Products
There are many products that are formulated specifically to protect your hair from the sun. These serums, sprays, and conditioners can usually be found at your local supermarket or drugstore. Shampoos and conditioners that provide UV protection are less effective since they are rinsed off, so try to choose other products like sprays or leave-in serums.

Be Aware of the Part
The part in your hair is an area where your scalp is exposed to the sun, so we recommend applying a bit of sunscreen directly onto any exposed scalp. If your hair is longer, you can protect your scalp by pulling back your hair into a ponytail or bun so that no areas of your scalp are showing.

Plan Around the Sun
The sun is at its highest point in the sky from 10am to 3pm, which is when UV rays are at their strongest. If you avoid being exposed during this window of time, you will lessen your chances of sun damage to your hair and scalp. However, if you don’t want to stay indoors or in the shade during these times, we recommend carrying your protective products with you to reapply throughout the day.

Don’t neglect your sensitive scalp or hair this summer! Be sure to protect yourself from sun damage to maintain healthy, beautiful hair all year round.

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Does Hair Dye Cause Hair Loss?

One of the most often-asked questions is, “Can dying my hair cause it to fall out?” The easy answer is, no. If you use hair dye products that are sold in a reputable store and contain safe ingredients or visit a licensed salon, you should not experience hair loss from dying your hair.

Hair dye does contain chemicals that can damage your hair follicles or your scalp and cause hair loss if used incorrectly or over-used. Dying your hair can cause breakage which will ultimately result in hair loss. However, all hair, dyed or natural is prone to some breakage. Dying your hair should not cause hair loss unless you use incorrect products during or after the process.

So, what exactly does happen to your hair when you dye it? Hair dyes use chemicals to bond the new color to your hair (both externally and internally) and that means your hair must be penetrated by the chemicals. There is a difference between dying your hair darker or lighter. Going darker tends to do less damage to your hair follicles, where as, the peroxide used to go lighter can be more destructive.

Ultimately, coloring your hair will not cause hair loss because your hair is already dead! Once your hair grows past the follicle it is dead and no longer growing. Growth occurs from underneath your scalp where the hair is alive beneath the skin’s surface. This is also where the root (no pun intended) of hair loss can result. Your hair bulb can be affected by chemicals or hormones in your blood which can result in hair loss. However, since dying your hair only affects the hair on the surface, it doesn’t result in hair loss.

If you feel that your hair is getting damaged by your hair dye, ask your colorist to try an ammonia-free option. Ammonia is used to make it easier for the dye to seep into your hair, but it can also strip hair of natural nutrients which in turn weakens the hair.

In general, hair dye doesn’t make your hair fall out, however, everybody is different and there could be a reason the dye you’ve used to color your hair is causing breakage or thinning. If you think you’re losing more hair than normal, make an appointment to see one of our hair restoration specialists for a free consultation by calling (800) 966-9505 today.

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10 Benefits Of Going Gray

Gray will save you time & money. Life is short and gray hair is easy and (mostly) free. Think of all the money you would still have in your pocket if you had never colored your hair? That Caribbean vacation would have already happened!

Gray is the new black. Have you seen Helen Mirren's gorgeous silver locks lately? Or George Clooney’s handsome, shining gray? What about Anderson Cooper or Annie Lennox? Even singer/songwriter and rebel icon Patti Smith now has a head full of silver—and that really rocks.

Gray is real. We live in a society that worships youth and makes us afraid of aging. For many people, going gray is not as much about style as it is about attitude. Going gray lets us celebrate our wisdom and maturity and throw out the script that says older men and women can't be sexy and strong and happy.

Gray is flexible. Thinking about trying it? There are many approaches to converting—from stealth to cold turkey—and you can pick the one that fits your comfort level. Here’s four approaches to letting your gray go wild:

  • Eliminate the artificial color in one fell swoop by shaving your head.
  • Wear a wig in your dyed color until your gray has grown long enough to cut off the old color.
  • Have a professional colorist camouflage the transitioning hair with artfully placed lowlights as the gray grows in.
  • Just wait out the growth, trimming off the old color until you're left with purest silver (a short haircut speeds the process along).

Gray is exciting. Letting your hair go gray is a little like searching for hidden treasure—you can't be sure at the outset what you're going to find at the end of the trail, but the journey is always interesting. Some find that their real hair color is a shiny salt and pepper mix, and others might describe theirs as "precious metals"—a little bit each of silver, gold and copper. If your gray hair is tinged with yellow, which is sometimes the case if your hair was naturally blond or a warm brunette, your colorist can correct this with salon treatments that bring out blue or violet rather than gold hues. This will give your natural color a silvery shimmer.

Gray is earth-friendly. You recycle. You avoid foods with unpronounceable ingredients. So why are you putting something called Phenylenediamine just a few millimeters from your brain eight times a year? Depending on the product you use, you might be smearing your noggin with lead, mercury, coal tar or formaldehyde. The jury's still out on how dangerous hair coloring may or may not be, but why risk putting an alphabet soup of potential toxins on your head and down the drain into the groundwater?

Gray is stylish and sexy. Just six words: Jamie. Lee. Curtis. And. John. Slattery.

Gray goes with everything. Once you go gray, you may also discover that your hair not only matches your eyebrows, but that it has a rich new texture and amazing shine. You can play up the beauty of your gray even more with gray-friendly clothing in cool tones from the blue (rather than the gold) end of the spectrum.

Gray is powerful. Think about it. Would Meryl Streep's character in The Devil Wears Prada be taken so seriously without that mane of snowy hair? Not so scary, but plenty powerful. What about the gray that Joe Manganiello’s been rocking lately? Definitely taking his status from beefcake to flat out handsome. Many people find that they're taken more seriously in the workplace after they reveal their gray.

Gray is just hair. Going gray doesn't have to be permanent unless you want it to be. That’s the beauty of it—you're in charge. It's not just about hair, but about how you want to live and creating a life that reflects the person you've become.

Looking for options to manage gray hair? Call us today at (800) 966-9505 for a free consultation.

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