There are a lot of theories out there about what causes hair loss. Some of them are true, others are complete myths. In any case, there is a lot of misinformation, and a great deal of it comes from people we trust. So, we’ve decided to start a series giving an in-depth look into each of these theories, and coming up with a ranking of its veracity: True, mostly true, mostly false, and false. We’re going to start this week by looking at the most common of these theories: hats cause hair loss.
Science has ruled: baldness makes you look at least eight years older than you actually are.
You have the answer to a fuller and thicker head of hair right inside you. All you need to do is let us help you find it. We can do that through a very efficient procedure called Platelet Rich Plasma Hair Restoration (PRP).
Most people associate hair loss with receding hairlines, futile combovers, and shaved heads. In other words, we think of men when we think of hair loss. Men definitely do experience hair loss and balding at greater rates than women. There is no doubt about that. Still, women also lose hair, and according to a new study from hair doctor Philip Kingsley, 20 percent of women in the United Kingdom above the age of 25 suffer from exactly that.
You may have heard that scientists have just found a miracle cure for hair loss.
One of the best services we can offer you at Micron Laboratories to get your hair back is a hair transplant. We know that may throw you a bit off balance at first, and with the history of hair transplants we don’t exactly blame you.
Losing your hair is terrifying, and once you see it going you’ll probably want it back more than anything else. This is something humans inherently understand, and it’s why we at Micron Laboratories want to work hard to help you get your hair back. Other people, though, take your wish to get your hair back and try to capitalize on it with faulty products. Here’s a few you should avoid so you can save your money, and your hair.