Contrary to popular belief, hair loss can occur as much in women as it does in men. The problem occurs for a variety of reasons; however, not a lot of women are aware that they are guilty of some habits that are actually causing the loss of their treasured hair. HuffingtonPost.com contributor Jessica Dysart listed down those undesirable habits, including too much blow drying, brushing hair when it’s still wet, and tying a ponytail too tight when going for a swim in one of the lovely beaches in Mexico. [Read more…]
Some believe that having a full head of hair plays an integral role in a person’s attractiveness. However, Hugh Jackman is proving these people wrong. The Variety.com staff reported on how the international movie superstar recently shaved his locks and yet still managed to retain his good looks. [Read more…]
Col. El Paraíso Tijuana, Baja California (June 30, 2014) – Dr. Sara Lea Salas, Mexico hair transplant and restoration specialist, and owner of the Baja Hair Center, recently talked at the 5th Brazilian Congress of Hair Restoration. The event allowed the esteemed doctor to share her expertise and insights on the field, which she gained from treating local and foreign clients looking for viable hair loss solutions.
Here’s an interesting fact about hair: the average person sheds about 150 strands of it per day. Now, if you divide that number in half and multiply it by 10 million, you would still be $50 million short of the amount Americans spend on hair replacement, which totals a whopping $800.
Hair loss is a condition that afflicts many men when they reach a certain age. When this happens, it can be very devastating for the person, affecting his self-image and confidence. Baldness is mostly attributed to genetics, and as such, is very hard to prevent. However, other factors, such as diseases, lack of nutrients, and stress can also trigger hair loss, but may be mitigated to some extent.