Hair thinning and loss is noticeable, psychologically-damaging, and notoriously hard to reverse or treat. While the prescription drugs promise a lot, they also deliver unwanted side effects that could make one think twice about weighing the risks and benefits.
Hair is in a constant cycle of growth, rest, and renewal. Hairs grow and then are shed, but because they grow at different rates they don’t all shed at once.
Hair loss doesn’t just come down to genetics.
There are a number of reasons people may lose their hair.
- Hormonal changes or imbalances (that can occur during pregnancy or with some medications) can also cause hair loss.
- Hair loss can be a side effect of some medications, medical treatments, and illnesses. It can also happen after major surgery, periods of stress, and after people experience sudden shock, such as bereavement. Hair loss in these instances is usually temporary but it can become chronic.
- Excessive hairstyling (through straightening or blow-drying) or treatments (such as dying or bleaching) can cause hair loss.
- Alopecia areata is an autoimmune condition in which a person’s own immune system attacks their body’s hair follicles. It often appears as one or several patches, but in severe cases can affect their whole body.
So what happens when your hair starts to fall out? And can it be stopped (or at the very least slowed down)? The Globalderm Hair Loss Patch is specifically designed to prevent hair loss and encourage the growth of new hair by steadily feeding the body with natural nutrients that were specifically formulated for this purpose. Biotin &Glutathione keep hair longer in the Anagen Growth Phase. Tricholastyl made from the bark of the exotic Indian kino tree was developed as a natural way to strengthen and restore hair growth. It prevents inflammation, neutralizes free radicals, and may aid in naturally solving aging of the scalp. Hair growth supplements that include Indian ginseng touted as a wonder plant that stops shedding & regrows hair.