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Hair Loss in Spring and Detox – Part 2

May 24, 2010 on 9:20 pm | In causes of hair loss | 1 Comment

Toxins accumulated throughout winter can seriously aggravate hair loss in spring. The threat comes both from inside and outside, as there are two main ways toxic substances enter the body: orally and transdermally (i.e. through the skin). As far as the question of toxin buildup through our nutrition was covered in detail in the first part of the article, this time we will focus solely on environmental toxins.

Many people wonder if there is something in the city air in winter that makes their hair weak, lifeless and brittle and slows down its growth. In fact, their worries and fears have strong grounds – the air in winter is particularly polluted with harmful toxins and carcinogenic substances.

Keratin is a fibrous protein that is the basic component of hair structure. It has been discovered that keratin molecules can be easily damaged if exposed to toxic substances contained in the air. That is why our hair gains such an unhealthy look and poor condition throughout winter.

Moreover, environmental toxins can get right into scalp follicles destroying follicle tissues and hair cells. As a result, it can slow down hair growth significantly and even provoke rapid hair loss. By the way, the examination has shown that a great number of balding people have toxins and chemicals contained in the scalp.

So, how can we free our scalp and hair from environmental toxic substances accumulated throughout winter? First of all it is useful to do a simple examination to make sure whether there are harmful toxins in your scalp follicles and around your hair roots. All you need to do is to grab your head skin with your thumb and index finger in different parts of your head: on the crown, nape, temples, etc. If the skin is easily pinched, this is a good sign – it means that it doesn’t not contain a large amount of toxins and that blood circulation in the scalp is normal. But if you experience difficulty trying to pinch different parts of your scalp with your thumbs and index fingers, this is bad news. Your hair follicles have probably accumulated toxins and chemicals from the polluted air and, thus, they poison your scalp, hinder blood circulation and make your head skin stiff. In this case it’s high time to start thinking seriously of detox.

To eliminate toxic substances from your scalp do the following simple exercise on a daily basis. Put one hand on top of the other. Pull the phalanges towards the palms pinching your scalp tight for about half a minute. Apply this exercise to different parts of your head until you cover the whole of it. To dilatate the blood vessels and make your scalp less stiff it is quite useful to wrap your head with a warm wet towel and keep it for several minutes prior to pinching.

And don’t forget that apart from this type of scalp massage it is important to stick to the detox diet – it’s far more effective to fight the problem both from inside and outside.

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Most Famous Bald Men of All Time

May 18, 2010 on 5:30 am | In bald men & women | 15 Comments

Here is the alphabetical list of most popular bald male celebrities of all time.

There is an assumption that intellectual activity can cause baldness. Adolf Anderssen (July 6, 1818 – March 13, 1879), a German mathematician and a leading chess master, is a vivid example of that.

If you believe in the idea that one may inherit baldness from his mother’s father, then Aeschylus’s grandchildren were lucky. Aeschylus, an ancient Greek playwright, is recognized as the father of tragedy. And he was also the bald father of two sons.

Albert II (born on March 14, 1958) is a sovereign prince of Monaco and the head of the House of Grimaldi. As you can see, a bald one.

Quite often celebrities are loved not only (and not so much) for their professional achievements, but for their appearance and style. And many people believe that Andre Agassi, an American tennis player and former World No. 1, looks great when bald.

Anton LaVey, a high priest of the Church of Satan, is another example when baldness is a matter of style, or rather personal beliefs. On Walpurgis Night, April 30, 1966, he shaved his head in the ritual tradition of ancient executioners declaring the foundation of his notorious organization.

Ben Kingsley (born on December 31, 1943) is a bald English actor famous for playing the role of Mohandas Gandhi in the film Gandhi (1982). Mohandas Gandhi is also in the list – read on!

Who doesn’t know the perfectly bald head of Billy Zane? A lot of people agree that the famous American actor looks incredibly sexy without hair.

Bruce Willis, a bald American actor and producer, successfully proves that the supposition that bald men are more virile and sexually active is not a myth.

Craig Venter is an American biologist who is considered to be in top 100 of the most influential people in the world. And undeniably in top most bald people as well. By the way, his complete DNA sequence has been published to shed some light on the cause of male pattern baldness.

Baldness can be to a great advantage. Agree that Jerome Lester Horwitz, better known as Curly Howard of the comedy team the Three Stooges, won’t look and even sound that funny and hilarious without being bald.

Though we can’t be sure about previous Tibetan spiritual leaders but the 14th (and current) Dalai Lama Tenzin Gyatso is definitely bald.

David Suchet (born on May 2, 1946) is a British actor, best known for his role of Agatha Christie’s detective Hercule Poirot. A genius bald actor. But was the genius detective really bald?

Domenico Dolce is an Italian designer who founded the famous fashion company Dolce & Gabbana together with his partner Stefano Gabbana. Scrubby vs. tall, bald vs. hairy – they really make a contrasting and successful combination to look at.

Fabien Barthez was one of the best French goalkeepers who won the 1998 FIFA World Cup Championship Euro 2000 with his national team. No wonder, he is bald as a football.

Another French bald personage, fictional this time. Fantomas is a criminal villain that has become world-famous through the Fantomas trilogy starring Jean Marais as Fantomas and Louis de Funes as a commissaire. Funny as it may seem, Jean Marais was never bald in real life what can’t be said about his film persecutor. By the way, Louis de Funes is taken separately in our list.

As far as it goes about fictional characters, the most famous animated one is undoubtedly Homer Simpson, the father of the typical American family. If all American fathers worked at a nuclear power plant, they would probably have the same hair condition.

Hunter Thompson (July 18, 1937 – February 20, 2005) is the father of Gonzo journalism, a unique style of journalism which includes the reporter as a part of the reporting story. Taking into account that H. Thompson extensively used psychedelics and alcohol to make his reports, no wonder that he became bald pretty soon.

Jason Statham is another bald British actor and martial artist. It has to be said that his bald image perfectly suits his roles that he played in the movies Guy Ritchie, Snatch, and Lock, Stock and Two Smoking Barrels; Revolver.

John Quincy Adams (July 11, 1767 – February 23, 1848) was an American diplomat and the 6th president of the United States. A bald president. Were there bald presidents before? And how many were to follow?

Jordan Rudess is a famous American musician. Being a very versatile creative person he is most famous as a virtuoso keyboard player of the bands Dream Theater and Liquid Tension Experiment. Being bald doesn’t prevent him to be the most renowned keyboard wizard of all time.

Larry David (born on July 2, 1947) is an American actor and one of the creators of such TV comedies as Seinfeld and Curb Your Enthusiasm. He is also famous for his joke saying that bald men are greener because they don’t use shampoo or hairdryers.

Laurence Fishburne is an American actor, playwright, producer and director who has never been absolutely bald in real life. But if he didn’t played the role of Morpheus, the bald captain of a hovercraft in the Matrix science fiction film trilogy, he would not reach such a success.

Louis de Funes (31 July 1914 – 27 January 1983) was a French actor who is best known for his role of the bald Fantomas persecutor (Fantomas was also bald and probably had skin problems). He is considered to be one of the giants of French comedy. There is no doubt about it – just have a look on his face!

Michael Chiklis is another bald American actor. He is famous for starring in the TV series The Shield and The Commish. His baldness certainly contributes to the toughness of his characters.

Michael Jordan, a basketball superstar, was the first professional athlete who shaved his head and did it really cool. No other bald man has been copied that much by the youth since then.

Michael Stipe (born on January 4, 1960) is a bald vocalist for the alternative rock band R.E.M. With or without hair Stipe’s head always created complex, surreal and beautiful lyrics.

Mike Tyson, also known as Iron Mike, remains the youngest heavyweight champion and the most famous bald boxer ever. His boxing style was ferocious and his behavior – controversial.

Mikhail Gorbachev (born on March 2, 1931) was the (bald) head of state of the USSR from 1988 to 1991. Obviously the Soviet leader never planned Perestroika about his hair.

As you can see, or rather hear, baldness of Moby by no means diminishes his great talent of a musician, DJ and songwriter.

It is rather popular to be bald among Hindu. Mohandas Gandhi (October 2, 1869 – January 30, 1948) , the political and spiritual leader of India, was bald as well.

Patrick Stewart is an English actor who is best known for his charismatic role as Captain Jean-Luc Picard in Star Trek and Professor Charles Xavier in X-Men. Despite his baldness he was called “The Sexiest Man on TV” in 1992.

As it often goes with very intelligent people, Paul Zane Pilzer, a famous economist, entrepreneur, and the author of best-sellers, cant’ boast of the head full of hair.

Pierluigi Collina (born on February 13, 1960) is considered to be the best football referee of all time. His bald head remarkably contributes to his distinctiveness and popularity.

Sean Connery is probably one of the most successful actors who played James Bond. It’s interesting to note that he began going bald already when he starred in dr. No. Just imagine that super-heroes also lose hair!

Steve Austin, also known by the ring name “Stone Cold”, is a professional wrestler and actor. He shaves his head bald and does it cool.

Telly Savalas (January 21, 1922 – January 22, 1994) is the first modern day actor to play bald Pontius Pilate, the Roman Governor of Judea. But he is most famous for his role as bald detective Lieutenant Theo Kojak.

There is no certain age period when male patter baldness becomes pronounced. For example, Terry O’Quinn (born on July 15, 1952) who played John Locke on the TV series Lost has been bald since his early 20s.

Tupac Shakur was a controversial American rapper who became one of the best-selling music artists in the world. Who knows whether he would be that popular if he didn’t shave his head bald…

Have you noted that any time a bald guy shows up on the screen something badass is going to happen? Vin Diesel is the best example. His bald head probably has a great bouncing surface what makes him kick assess with such ease.

William Shakespeare, a world-famous English poet and playwright, was bald on the top of his head but he had hair on the sides of the scalp. Perhaps, it would be really bold to shave the head completely bald at that time (16th century).

Yul Brynner, a Russian-born actor, shaved his head for the role of Mongkut, king of Siam, in the musical The King and I (1956) and remained bald deliberately after that. Some seek to regrow hair, others do the opposite thing.

The list is by no means complete – more bald candidates are always welcome!

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Regrow Hair with Kombucha Tea

April 15, 2010 on 5:57 pm | In hair loss treatments | 6 Comments

It’s not a secret that each person loses up to a hundred hairs throughout the day. In spring and autumn, as well as during pregnancy hair begins to fall out more rapidly. As a matter of fact, the process is more pronounced in middle-aged men, young girls and older women.

If you note that you are losing more hair than usual, that your hair is getting thinner and thinner so that you can see receding hairline on your head, wrong metabolism may be among a possible cause of that.

Kombucha, a fermented tea known for its healing, normalizing, detoxifying and energizing properties, can be a great natural hair loss treatment in this case. It normalizes your metabolism, supplies your hair follicles with necessary nutrients, promotes regrowth of your hair and makes it stronger. In order to achieve this, it is recommended to drink a glass of kombucha mushroom tea during every meal within six to eight weeks. Additionally, you can massage the scalp with Kombucha infusion to reach better results.

If hair loss is not caused by hereditary predisposition or hormonal imbalance (DHT), most kombucha users note that their hair begins to grow more rapidly soon and that it gets considerably stronger and healthier.

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Important: Determine Your Hair Type

April 2, 2010 on 3:29 pm | In types of hair | No Comments

It may sound a little bit weird, but death and loss of our hair occur on a daily basis. As a matter of fact, dead hair does not comes off immediately, but remains for some time in the head skin. It is gradually replaced by new hair what makes it finely fall out. Everyday we may loose up to 50 hairs and it’s considered to be in perfect accordance with the natural process of hair regrowth.

But sometimes it happens that the process of hair loss comes out of control because of improper hair care. Without finding the real cause and without knowing the type of their hair desperate men and especially women rush into trying all kinds of hair loss and hair care products and treatments that happen to be within the reach. Quite often it doesn’t bring the desired result; on the contrary, it may worsen the already poor hair condition.

That is why it is of vital importance to determine the type of your hair before you start any treatment and try any product. One may get lost and frustrated, because there are so many hair types and conditions. But, basically, all of them fall into 3 main groups:

  • Oily
  • Dry
  • Normal

Oily (or greasy) hair is generally characterized by rapid clogging. It gets dirty faster than any other type. Excessive dryness, brittleness and fragility are typical of the hair type that we usually call dry. Normal hair most often gets dirty and out-of-condition within 5-7 days after washing. These are the main points that make all of these hair types different.

And, as you can see, each type requires a special approach to it. Consequently, only if you know your hair type you can choose the appropriate and effective treatments and hair care products. If you don’t, we invite you to read more about different hair types and how to take care of them here.

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Proper Nutrition to Regrow Your Hair in Winter

December 31, 2009 on 7:52 pm | In regrow hair | 2 Comments

We all want to have beautiful and healthy hair all day long and in every season. But we need to work hard to achieve good and permanent results, especially in winter. Our hair needs much attention and care from the inside, as well as from the outside. Let’s start from the inside.

In order to give our hair the opportunity to grow healthy and strong we need to give it proper nutrition. Yes, all necessary nutrients, substances, minerals and vitamins that are in special demand in winter.

Our body lacks sunlight in winter, thus, the reserves if vitamin D are quickly exhausted. Consequently, hair loses its former strength and shine. To restore the necessary amount of this vitamin in your body eat more food that is rich in proteins: legumes, eggs, milk, butter, fish, poultry. These healthy products will deliver “building blocks” to your hair. Also make sure that you’ve included fresh greens, vegetables and fruits in your diet plan.

Our hair lacks other important vitamins as well, so you should go the nearest drug store and buy a vitamin complex. Vitamins A and B provide stable hair growth. Vitamin C strengthens the roots, while vitamin F prevents dryness and sloughing the scalp, and vitamin E is responsible for healthy shine of hair stems.

You hair also needs zinc to keep hair cells and tissue in good form, magnesium to provide proper protein synthesis in your hair, biotin to create the proper environment in the scalp. These elements will not only prevent hair loss but also help you regrow your hair lost in winter. These components, as well as other most important vitamins and minerals, are contained in Provillus for men and women. A good option for inner hair care in winter.

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