To help us not become anaemic, it’s very important that we have a good balanced diet, and that we make sure that we eat every 3 to 4 hours during the day. Breakfast is one of the most important meals, particularly for hair. And its important that we eat all food groups, including primary proteinsRead More Will Everyone Who Is Anaemic, Experience Hair Problems?
It’s very important to look at the difference between hair shedding and hair thinning. A lot of people come in to see us sometimes confuse the two so where their experience in excessive hair loss, they may then feel that their hair is becoming thinner. But looking at density changes per square centimetre, the classesRead More What Is The Difference Between Hair Shedding And Hair Thinning?
This week’s hair myth is that dandruff is due to dry scalp and it really isn’t. Dandruff in most cases is oily because you have oil glands on the scalp which always function and you get flaky scalps with oily roots. And if you have oily roots the oil has to pass through the scalpRead More Hair Myth – Dandruff is Due to a Dry Scalp
Here in the clinic, the common causes of hair loss that we see usually androgenetic which relates to hair thinning wherever if it’s with female patients or with male patients. As well as excessive hair shedding. On average, in terms of the amount of hairs that is acceptable to loose on a daily basis, we’reRead More What Are The Most Common Causes Of Hair Loss You See In The Philip Kingsley Clinic?
This week’s hair myth is that colouring your hair increases hair loss. And in my experience, which is over 50 years i have never ever noticed that. What happens is that they may colour their hair they may over-colour their hair and their hair breaks and lots of people confuse hair breakage with hair fall,Read More Hair Myth – Colouring Your Hair Increases Hair Loss