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Hair loss specially in women should be diagnosed by a physician.
Women can experience some non-genetic hair loss or thinning of their
hair due to crash dieting, post-pregnancy hormone changes, thyroid
imbalances, medications, etc. It is important to rule out any other
possibilites. However, 95% of all hair loss is caused by pattern
Female Pattern Baldness
Pattern Baldness or Androgentic
Alopecia can affect both men and women. In women pattern
baldness appears as diffuse hair loss ocurring over most of
the scalp. For women pattern baldness or androgenetic alopecia
occurs in 20-40% of the general female population.
Hair Loss and Menopause
Noticeable pattern baldness in women usually starts after
menopause when the production of the female hormone estrogen
slows down dramatically. Before menopause, the high amounts
of estrogen in a woman system protect her from the small amount
of testosterone that women also produce. After menopause the
testosterone produced combines with the enzyme 5 alpha reductase
to create DHT. Again,
DHT is responsible for female pattern baldness.
Hais loss in women is usually different than in men. Women will
very rarely get bald spots. The hair loss is more diffuse. It is
usually an overall thinning effect. This can make hair-styling rather
Development of Female Pattern Baldenss
Female Pattern Baldness develops the same way in women as
in men. "Androgens" which cover any of the various
hormones that control the appearance and development of masculine
characteristics like Testosterone are produced in women by
the ovaries and adrenal glands. The produced testosterone
is converted into DHT by the enzyme 5-alpha reductase. As
a result, the hair follicle shrinks and spends less time in
the active growth phase. This means the hair is shed faster
than before. So new hair must come in, but as hair follicle
shrinks the newer hair becomes thinner and thinner.
Causes of Female Pattern Baldness
Again, just as in the case of male pattern baldness, pattern
baldness in women is caused by
DHT and it is also affected by Secondary
factors like sebum and cholesterol accumulation, lack
of circulation, etc. may also contribute to the hair loss
or at least could worsen the situation.
In this website we have developed a Strategy
to help you combat hair loss. Based on all the current research
and information regarding the causes of hair loss, we have
gathered the products that counter those problems.
The "Woman" Solution
Since a lot of the information and treatments are mostly aimed at
men, until now women had fewer choices. For example, a woman can
not take propecia and it should not even touch or be exposed to
a broken tablet for fear of birth defects.
Yet in order to combat hair loss, women also need to block DHT.
We have developed a special section for women with products that
can be used to block dht and to stop hair loss.
Look Better Now!
Hair loss is specially devastating to women. Hair loss seems to
be an accepted "men" problem. Yet millions of women have
to deal with losing their hair and the negative emotional impact
that acompanies that loss. For better or worse, healthy hair is
still considered one of the hallmarks of beauty.
Regardless of how you select to combat hair loss. Don't pass the
opportunity to look better now. The new generation of hair
loss concealers like
HairSoReal offer you a natural and undetectable way to
increase the overall fullness of your hair. HairSoReal will
give you younger appearance almost instantly.
The natural keratin fibers in the product attach to your hair making
it look thicker and giving you more hair-styling options. The fibers
attach to even the finest hairs making them thicker. The fibers
also naturally cover the scalp by blending it with the rest of your
hair. But since you are not actually coloring your scalp, you don't
have to worry about the product running or even being noticed. The
fibers are virtually invisible as they blend with your own hair.
We strongly suggest you give this product a try. It will give you
an instant boost!