Hair Fall Treatments

Hairs have their own life count, growing and shedding are a part of the Hair lifecycle. Shedding hairs are always replaced by ingrown new hairs. The concern arises when these hairs cannot be replenished on their own by new hairs, this can result in visible hair loss and baldness, also known as Alopecia.

Quick Facts about hair fall

  • Male-Pattern Baldness usually begins with receding hairlines proceeding with hair thinning at the crown and temples forming a horseshoe shape. 
  • Female-pattern baldness is less-common, though, it begins at the top of the head and usually affects post-menopausal women. 
  • An average human head contains roughly 100,000 hairs and it is natural to lose 50 to 100 hairs per day.
  • Excessive use of chemicals, colors, hot curlers, straighteners, and hair dryers are some of the major factors contributing to hair loss.

Symptoms of Hair loss:

Common symptoms of hair loss include,

  • A sudden increase in visible hairs on the pillow or shower
  • Gradual loss on the top of the head
  • Circular bald spots
  • Scaling patches over the scalp
  • Hair loss from the entire body