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Hair Regrowth with Stem Cells

February 3, 2011 on 2:49 pm | In regrow hair | No Comments

Hair Regrowth with Stem CellsAndrogenic alopecia is one of the most common types of hair loss. It develops mainly in men starting averagely from the age of 25. In the majority of cases the genes are the key cause of this unpleasant and unappealing state when hair follicles simply stop producing new hair and die away. As a matter of fact, normal functioning of stem cells can play a crucial role in fighting this type of hair loss and full hair regrowth.

Stem cells are the cells which can be grown and transformed into any other types of cells and even whole organs. Although treatment with the use of stem cells is considered to be a very promising field in modern medicine, scientific studies involving them are not intense and deep enough nowadays. Moreover, the results of such studies are rarely applied in practice.

Nonetheless, researchers have discovered that the amount of stem cell in the area of normal hair growth and the area of baldness is the same. The difference is that the stem cells that are present in bald spots of the scalp are not active enough in transforming themselves into mature and fully functional hair follicles. Fortunately, it is possible to restore the normal functions of these cells. Thus, future treatment of androgenic alopecia should be directed to the activation of these stem cells in order to regrow hair follicles in the bald areas of the scalp and make them develop normally.

Modern medical science has already reached certain results in this direction. For the first time hair follicles have been raised from the stem cells in vitro what can be considered a real breakthrough in treatment of hair loss. The researchers used stem cells of animals at this stage, but they hope to repeat their success with human stem cells and make hair regrowth possible in the nearest future.

We can hope that in several years androgenic alopecia will become history. The scientist claim that the operation during which new hair follicles could be implanted in the scalp of the patients would allow to fully regrow lost hair. Just imagine that baldness would be the attribute of those who don’t really want to do anything about it!

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Comprehensive Hair Loss Program

December 20, 2010 on 3:09 pm | In regrow hair | No Comments

Hair Loss ProgramThis is a review of the Hair Loss Black Book, an eBook which describes a comprehensive anti hair loss program and offers an alternative, yet very effective hair loss solution.

The book doesn’t offer you another “miracle” that doesn’t work. It’s a serious investigation that centers around the key causes of hair loss. Hair loss is the result of various internal malfunctions and treating only one cause doesn’t lead to good and stable results. A great feature of the offered anti hair loss program is that it is all-inclusive, valid and beneficial for general health.

The program includes proper nutrition, detoxification, fitness and creating “hair growing environment” on your head. Thus, the main idea is a whole-body treatment for hair loss. It combines several simple but working methods to regrow hair and maintain the results for the whole life.

Of course, we all want results now (or as soon as possible). But in case of hair loss there is no quick fix and the book tells that straight (contrary to numbers of scam products). Some people who will start following this program may achieve good result already in 6 months, for others it may take up to 2 year to have their hair regrown, but in any way it will be real.

The reason why this program will stand the test of time is that it is intended for everybody who experience hair loss, irrespectively of age, lifestyle, sex and stage of the condition. There are sections, parts, and even chapters devoted to each particular case (for example separate chapters for women), so you can easily customize the program accordingly.

The book is written by a real expert. It is very detailed, “scientific”, but easy to understand. It has logical structure and is supplied with plenty of pictures illustrating each significant point.

Summing it up, the Hair Loss Black Book is a vivid, reliable and all-inclusive guide to regrowing hair and improving total health.

The eBook costs $47. It comes with 4 valuable extras (including life-time updates on further discoveries). Putting all things together, it makes a fair price.

Learn more and order here.

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10 Myths about Hair Loss in Men

September 21, 2010 on 5:40 am | In causes of hair loss | 5 Comments

Thinning hair and hair loss is something that a great number of men face sooner or later. No wonder, popular problems give birth to popular myths. The following list does not only consider causes of male hair loss but also represents the average man’s opinion and attitude to the problem. Some statements are humorous and could not be taken seriously – just as the myths themselves.

Myth 1: Hair loss often results from wearing tight caps and hats.

There is a widespread opinion that those men who wear headgear all the time are subjected to hair loss. It is explained by the fact that hair follicles don’t get enough oxygen in this case. Well, in reality the scalp receives most of oxygen from the blood flow. How many professional sportsmen that have to wear helmets, caps, hats, etc. can you remember going bald? Still overdoing with headgear certainly deteriorates hair condition, but it’s not connected with hair loss directly.

Myth 2: Steroids have nothing to do with baldness.

Many men who are into bodybuilding and other related sports tend to believe in that. In reality, the situation is contrary to that. Anabolic steroids that include sex hormone testosterone aggravate male pattern baldness in those men who are subjected to it. The thing is that testosterone converts into dihydrotestosterone (DHT) which gradually shrinks and closes hair follicles. More testosterone = more DHT = less hair.

Myth 3: Baldness comes from the mother’s family line.

There is an assumption that kids inherit hair loss genes from their moms. Does it mean that men tend to blame their mothers for this misfortune? Well, there’s pretty much scientific ground proving that baldness can be passed on to you from your dad as well. Still this mother-blaming myth continues to live on.

Myth 4: Cutting your hair may increase hair growth.

Some people think that hair is thicker closer to the root than it is at the ends. Thus, when you cut your hair short it appears thicker. Of course, most men prefer a short haircut, but it does not affect hair growth at all.

Myth 5: Shampoos give you more hair.

Certainly, there are some hair products including shampoos that can make your hair look fuller and thicker. But obviously, they don’t give you more real hair. They give you the feeling and immediate effect is what we need, right?

Myth 6: Scalp massage can prevent hair loss.

Well, it’s true but only partly. Scalp massage stimulate blood circulation helping your hair follicles get necessary nutrients and oxygen from the blood flow. Thus, it will prevent hair loss only when it’s caused by the lack of the latter. Unfortunately, scalp massage will be of no use when hair loss is hereditary, hormonal, disease- and toxin-related, etc. Nevertheless, it doesn’t make scalp massage less pleasant (especially when performed by a close and dear person).

Myth 7: Blow drying and excessive washing lead to hair loss.

Not exactly. While overdoing with these procedures, as well as with bleaching and color treatment, you can damage your existing hair so that it will look fragile and lifeless. But hair roots and follicles will remain safe, thus, hair loss is out of the question here. By the way, too few men have been spotted while washing their hair excessively, to say nothing of blow drying and bleaching.

Myth 8: Hair loss can be caused by sun exposure.

One must remember that hair loss occurs at the follicle level. Since it’s rather difficult for the sun rays to get to your hair follicles (and it is especially difficult if you are fond of caps, hats and helmets), technically, the sun can not be the main cause of hair loss.

Myth 9: Combing your hair is less harmful than brushing it.

Show me the man who cares much about it. Just as it goes with scalp massage, both combing and brushing should be done carefully to avoid hair damage, splitting ends, hair broken, twisted or pulled out. Malekind is a strong and hard part of the world, but there’s no need to be too hard in this particular case.

Myth 10: Diet is not related to hair loss.

But it is. Many men are just careless about what they eat and, consequently, can’t make any logical connection between what they don’t care about with what they start caring about (meaning receding hair line, thinning hair, loss of popularity among women… more to follow). But our hair always needs proper nutrition and the saying that your hair is what you eat is not an exaggeration.

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Great Everyday Tips to Keep Hair Healthy

August 6, 2010 on 5:19 pm | In hair care | 2 Comments

Here are simple everyday tips to regrow your hair and keep it healthy.

Don’t cut your hair too short and don’t do it too often. To avoid splitting ends and to keep your hair in a decent condition it is recommended to cut your hair approximately 1 cm a month. As far as the hair grows about 1 cm every month you will not want to have it being cut more (unless you want a shorter haircut). So make your hairdresser aware of your preferences.

Comb and brush your hair tenderly. Long hair is fragile. As a matter of fact, it can be compared to soft nylon stocking. The longer the hair, the softer you should be while treating it. So don’t be too hard in combing and brushing to avoid the damage.

Never brush wet hair. Your hair is very vulnerable when it is wet. So never attempt to brush your hair in this case. Only when they are more or less dry, start a gentle brushing from the ends and proceed gradually to the roots.

It’s important to clean your brushes. Clean your brushes and combs regularly as they quickly collect dead-skin cells and become greasy and dirty. Clean them with boiled water or shampoo.

Braiding of hair. You hair feels much better when they are free. If you prefer it having in knots and braids, don’t overdo with it. If your hair is really long, you are welcome to braid before you go to bed to avoid tangles in the morning (but don’t make braiding too tight).

Choose right hair accessories. Always watch what you use to take care of your hair. Avoid sharp metal accessories and make preference of wooden ones.

Do not use too much shampoo. Shampoo always seems to be a quick fix. But try to wash your hair less frequently to avoid its harmful effect. In order to smooth it use more conditioner. But remember not to apply it on the scalp, rather put it from the ears down to your hair ends.

Dryers,straighteners and bleach. Avoid them as much as you can. You definitely don’t want your hair be like dried straws. It could have been awesome as it is with much less sacrifice.

Think about food. Make your diet healthy and varied. Add more B and E vitamins to your plan, as they are essential to your healthy hair. Remember, good nutrition is just as important for your your hair as the rest of your body.

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15 Most Famous Bald Women

May 26, 2010 on 8:53 am | In bald men & women | 7 Comments

As it goes with famous bald men, female celebrities also have to part ways with their hair for this or that reason. For some of them it is a conscious choice or a matter of necessity, for others it’s a natural way of things and nothing can be done about it. Still, all famous bald women in the following list seam to reap benefits from their condition and they are not ashamed of their baldness at all.

Who said that long hair is an indispensable part of woman’s sexiness? Well, Amber Rose proves the opposite. The American model deliberately shaves her head and it makes her one of the sexiest bald women ever.

Bjork. This extraordinary Icelandic singer with expressive vocals and passion for the musical (and visual) experiment was shot bald in the video Hunter showing her transformation into a polar bear (with the help of CGI). They say she didn’t really shave her head but wore a bald cap for this video.

Britney Spears is a rowdy American pop superstar who has sold over 85 million of her albums worldwide. Perhaps, she is most famous for shocking her fans by shaving her head bald in 2007. A controversial deed was her manifestation of rebellion and insanity and stirred quite a scandal.

Cassie, or Cassandra Ventura, is an American singer, dancer and model. In April 2009 Cassie completely shaved the right side of her head explaining it as the need for a total change in her life. It must be said she looks cool with her new “Edward Scissorhands” hairstyle.

Quite often celebrities agree to go bald to star in movies. For example, the Australian award-winning actress Cate Blanchett (born on May 14, 1969) shaved her head for the role of Philippa in the movie Heaven (2002).

Demi Moore, an American actress, also readily said farewell to star in the movie G.I. Jane. She played the role of Lieutenant Jordan O’Neil, the first woman to undergo training in U.S. Navy. Though Demi looks very feminine and beautiful she proved that she could be badass on the screen as well.

As with many other ladies in the list, the baldness of Eve Salvail helped her reach a greater success. Not only Eve shaved her hair but also made a Chinese dragon tattoo on her bald head. Quite soon after that her extraordinary appearance was recognized and she became one of the top fashion models.

Sometime baldness is not a matter of a conscious choice. The Scottish model and TV presenter Gail Porter suffered from severe alopecia areata until she finally made decision to shave her head bald. She said it felt like a new beginning to her.

Kylie Minogue is another misfortunate celebrity that had to part ways with her splendid hair. In 2005 the Australian pop diva was diagnosed with breast cancer and lost most of her hair because of chemotherapy. Fortunately, Kylie could regrow some of her hair and could boast of her new short and sexy hairstyle.

Natalie Portman is another actress who famously went bald to play the role of Evey Hammond, a young woman who is rescued from state police by a vigilante “V” in the science fiction movie V for Vendetta (2006).

The Indian actress Persis Khambatta shaved her head for the role of the Deltan navigator Lieutenant Ilia in Star Trek: The Motion Picture. According to the movie Deltan race was bald, yet very sexual. Looking at the adorable Persis you can’t but agree with it.

Shabana Azmi (born on September 18, 1950) is one of the most famous actresses of Indian parallel cinema. She got rid of her beautiful hair in 2000 for the film Water directed by Deepa Mehta, an award-winning Canadian film director and screenwriter.

What do you think is the most badass female role ever? No doubt, it’s Ellen Ripley in the Alien series played by Sigourney Weaver. Baldness really contributed to Sigourney’s toughness in the 3rd installment.

Sinead O’Connor is a famous Irish musician who suffered from hair loss problems but managed to make her own style and trademark out of her baldness. One of her well-known statements is “I don’t feel like me unless I have my hair shaved.”

Thea Chassin is a special person in the world of bald (and balding) women. Her mission is not to let any woman feel alone with this condition. Thea has been suffering from alopecia areata since 1997 and lost all her hair on the scalp and body. So she founded her organization Bald Girls Do Lunch bringing together bald women through supportive lunch events.

Well, lives of celebrities are all about their looks. And, as you can see, sometimes bald can look cute, cool and cunning.

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