Choosing the right wig is a significant process that is often much more involved than we usually think it is. There are all sorts, but many agree that human hair wigs are the highest quality and will give you the most natural and attractive look. But how do you take care of a human hair wig? Is it just like maintaining your natural-grown hair? Well, there are some similarities and there are some differences. Today, we’re going to walk you through four different categories of care for human hair wigs: storage, cleaning, drying, and styling.
Cancer is characterized by an uncontrollable division of abnormal cells in the body, so chemotherapy aims to target and destroy those cells. Unfortunately, this results in the death of many healthy cells and tissues as well, since some types of cells naturally divide rapidly. This includes the cells of your scalp and hair, and patients of chemotherapy often experience hair loss because of this.
Did you know that there are five essential nutrients needed to maintain great healthy hair? Simply using products to take external care of your hair won’t get the job done alone. You also need a healthy and well-balanced diet to keep your locks full and shiny! These five nutrients are found in everyday foods that you can easily add to your daily diet, resulting in a healthier head of hair.
Hair loss is one of the unfortunate symptoms of an endocrine disorder called Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome (PCOS), which affects the function of a woman’s ovaries. Other common symptoms include fatigue, weight gain, and increased facial hair. The excessive hair shedding and thinning that PCOS causes is primarily due to a genetic predisposition, coupled with sensitivity of the hair follicle.
The rise of cougars is an interesting phenomenon – and we aren’t talking about the big cat. Older women are partnering up with younger men, and the reason isn’t just about their more desirable youthful appearance. It’s about the oldest motive in the book: sex. Older women tend to have full, active sex drives, but what about older men? Unfortunately, men are experiencing a decrease in sex drive after their twenties and an increase in impotence or erectile dysfunction (ED), and it could be in part due to what they’re eating!
Our health is at risk, but the source of worry is well hidden and under-challenged: it’s the hormones present in our food, and the effects are felt by men, women, and children alike. From self-esteem debilitating issues like hair loss and early puberty to potentially fatal health problems like breast cancer and prostate cancer, hormones in our food could be posing a huge crisis for the future of our health and wellness.
We are constantly striving for a gorgeous head of locks and the perfect good hair day. We’re always chasing after the latest products or the best gadgets to get THE look – you know the one! But the question is, at what cost do we continue our favorite beauty routines? The truth is, it could be contributing to thinning hair.
When the hair loss treatment Propecia hit the market, it quickly became known as a miracle drug for men who suffered from male pattern baldness. Suddenly, it was a blockbuster treatment that was touted for being less messy and more effective than Rogaine. Propecia’s sales are now at over 400 million dollars annually, making it one of the top sellers of the pharmaceutical company Merck. Unfortunately for hundreds of thousands of patients taking Propecia, Merck failed to disclose just how serious and long-lasting certain side effects of Propecia can be: namely, erectile dysfunction, decreased libido, and inability to orgasm.
Thinning hair and hair loss are most commonly caused by genetics in both men and women. Things like your diet, stress levels, medications, illnesses, and even your cosmetic habits can also play big roles. For example, if you tend to wear very tight ponytails or buns, or style your hair in a way that pulls at your scalp, you’ll likely experience some degree of hair loss or thinning hair. Thankfully, there are several options for you to take to decrease or reverse the effects of thinning hair.