In 2007, 5-year-old Sara lost all of her hair and was diagnosed with Alopecia Totalis.
Over the next 6 years, Sara and her family explored various hair growth options from oral medications to hair growth creams, with little success. Unfortunately, Sara’s options were limited due to her young age. The next step was experimenting with wigs. Sara tried several different kinds but, they were “itchy and hot.”
We are just days away from 2014 and looking and feeling better is high many people’s list of New Year’s resolutions. Eating healthy, exercising more, quitting smoking and losing weight are great goals, but they can be challenging.
The first step is making your resolutions realistic. That way there is a much greater chance of successfully incorporating healthy behaviors into your everyday life. “Setting small, attainable goals throughout the year can help,” says Dr. Bufka, PhD.
Is your scalp itchy? Do you find white flakes on your shoulders when you wear dark t-shirts? If so, you are most likely experiencing dandruff. Not to worry, dandruff is not dangerous and is very treatable.
Dandruff (medically referred to as seborrheic dermatitis) is a common scalp condition characterized by small bits of dry skin that form on your scalp and flake off.
Hair Club Stylists Offer Heat-Free Holiday Hairstyles to Keep Women’s Strands Safe and Sexy This Season
It’s been a long year and now it’s time to give your hair a break from the harsh effects of your heated styling tools. The heat from your trusted blow-dryers and hair irons can be damaging to your hair, drying it out and causing flyaways and split ends. Dry hair can eventually become brittle and weak and may break off.