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What’s the difference between 2% minoxidil solution and 5% minoxidil foam when it comes to women’s hair loss?

Thinning hair, starting at the centre part and then continuing throughout the scalp, is the main symptom of female pattern hair loss, a condition shared by 40% of women1. No matter how normal or common it is, hair loss is never fun, and it’s especially difficult for women, likely because

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Daily minoxidil for women

Daily minoxidil for women

Pattern baldness, also known as androgenetic alopecia, is one of the most common causes of hair loss, seen frequently in men as they age. Moreover pattern hair loss is not an exclusive gentleman’s club. An expected 40% of women will develop pattern hair loss as they age1. However there are

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Treating Hair Loss: The Top 5 Reasons to Choose a Hair System

Treating Hair Loss: The Top 5 Reasons to Choose a Hair System

5) Side-Effect Free Using a hair system means no drugs are required. There are only two medications currently approved for common causes of hair loss such as pattern baldness1. These medications have been shown to decrease further loss and improve new growth, but both have their downsides and only one

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Treating Alopecia Areata – Laser Therapy

Treating Alopecia Areata – Laser Therapy

Alopecia areata is a relatively common autoimmune disease. Although the nails can be involved, the major symptom is hair loss. It can be in small amounts leading to bald patches, or larger volumes, all the way up to complete hair loss including eyebrows and eyelashes. It is possible for the

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Treating Alopecia Areata – Platelet-Rich Plasma

Treating Alopecia Areata – Platelet-Rich Plasma

Alopecia areata, a condition where a person’s own immune system attacks their hair follicles, can sometimes be difficult to treat. That’s because the treatment options that we have traditionally relied on are unfortunately not effective for everyone1. Those that are unresponsive to therapy may develop bald patches which could progressively

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Treating Alopecia Areata: Future Treatments

Treating Alopecia Areata: Future Treatments

Noticed some patchy hair loss randomly across your scalp? Maybe even a large portion of your hair has disappeared for no apparent reason. Has this happened before? Did it regrow spontaneously? Frustrated about the lack of treatment options? These are the symptoms of alopecia areata, a condition where the immune

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Treating Alopecia Areata: Emerging Therapies

Treating Alopecia Areata: Emerging Therapies

Alopecia areata is a common cause of hair loss that can, unfortunately, sometimes be difficult to treat. The more severe the symptoms, the longer the symptoms have been present and the earlier in life you first developed them can all influence how well you respond to therapy. All these factors

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How to treat alopecia areata: Topical Immunotherapy

How to treat alopecia areata: Topical Immunotherapy

Alopecia areata is the autoimmune disease that can lead to hair loss. Since this is an autoimmune disease, it is the body’s own immune system that is attacking the hair follicles. It sometimes appears as mild and patchy hair loss but if more than half of your head is affected,

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The Top Treatments for Alopecia Areata

The Top Treatments for Alopecia Areata

Alopecia areata is an autoimmune disease that leads to non-scarring hair loss. Hair loss can be mild and patchy or more severe, incorporating significant portions of the scalp. Total loss of scalp hair is also possible and referred to as alopecia totalis while loss of both scalp hair and body

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Am I a good hair transplant candidate: Top 5 considerations when choosing a hair transplant for scarring hair loss

Am I a good hair transplant candidate: Top 5 considerations when choosing a hair transplant for scarring hair loss

Scarring hair loss, or cicatricial alopecia, is a form of permanent hair loss whereby hair follicles are destroyed and replaced with scar tissue1,2. Once the disease has been stable for at least two years, there are several treatment options which can be considered3. These include hair transplant, excision of the

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