Category: Hair Health

How to Care for Your Wig this Winter

Wig Care

Although Arizona doesn’t experience harsh winters, our temperatures still drop during the winter months. For a large portion of the country, snow flies and temperatures dip well below freezing. When winter weather occurs and temperatures start to fall, our wigs are put at risk. Here are some helpful hints on how to care for your… Read more »

What Can You Do if You Notice You are Losing Hair?

female hair loss

Have you noticed more hair in your brush than usual? Does your part seem a bit wider than it used to? Does your hair look or feel thinner than before? If you are answering “yes” to any of these questions, it is likely that you are facing female hair loss. And while the thought of… Read more »

Hair Loss Myths Debunked

female hair loss myths

Although common, female hair loss is not a topic that women like to discuss, leading to the spread of more than a few hair loss myths. If you have noticed your hair is beginning to thin, there are a variety of factors that may be at play; most likely not the reasons listed below. All… Read more »

Four Tips for Fighting Hair Loss

advice for preventing hair loss

A condition that women of all ages and lifestyles face, female hair loss is extraordinarily common. Often hereditary, it can also begin as a result of hormonal changes and medical conditions. If you have noticed an abnormal amount of hair on your brush or thinning hair on your head, there are a few different things… Read more »

Postpartum Hair Loss and What You Can Do About It

postpartum hair loss

A temporary form of hair loss that occurs in 40 to 50 percent of mothers, telogen effluvium – or postpartum hair loss – takes place one to five months after giving birth. During pregnancy, changes in hormones lead to changes in your hair cycle, which in turn leads to an excess number of hairs falling… Read more »

Iron Deficiency and Hair Loss

There are many potential causes of hair loss, some medical and others hereditary, and one of the least known is iron deficiency. Common among women, low levels of iron are a major cause of hair loss and can also cause a lack of energy and dizziness. According to Total Health Magazine, up to 60 percent of… Read more »

September is Alopecia Areata Awareness Month

A condition that can affect men and women of all ages, alopecia areata occurs when an individual’s immune system begins to attack their hair follicles, resulting in continued hair loss. Hair often falls out in patches and over time it will fall out and grow back in unpredictable cycles. Depending on the individual case, hair… Read more »

Care for the Hair beneath your Wig

Wearing a wig can create a comfortable, natural-looking head of thick hair. For women with hair beneath their wig, it is important to remember to care for this hair, providing it the same attention you do your hair replacement piece. Keep your scalp and roots healthy to avoid dryness and further hair loss. Let your… Read more »

Choosing an Integration Hair System

Hair loss, whether for medical or hereditary reasons, can be an upsetting and stressful experience. Thinning hair is common for women, and 40 percent of women have visible hair loss by age 40. For women experiencing thinning hair, integration units create a natural look and a full head of hair. Women with thinning hair or diffused… Read more »

Trichotillomania and Hair Replacement Solutions

Trichotillomania is a condition marked by a compulsion to pull out the hair on ones scalp, as well as eyebrows and eyelashes. This neurological disorder affects two to four percent of the population and is embarrassing and upsetting to those who suffer from it. While there is no cure for the disorder, treatment options are… Read more »