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How Do Hormones Contribute to Hair Loss?

May 21, 2020

Some hair loss is normal for both men and women, simply a common occurrence resulting from hair’s regular growth and resting cycles. While hair loss or thinning can bring about negative feelings, at Mane Image, we want you to know it doesn’t have to be that way! Every hair loss story is different, and yours is also unique, but many times the main factor is hormones. Let’s explore how hormones contribute to hair loss and then discover how Mane Image’s personalized hair restoration techniques can help resolve your hair loss, no matter its cause, and restore you to a confident level of self-assurance.

The Difference Between Dry Dandruff and Oily Dandruff

May 13, 2020

Nearly everyone will experience dandruff at one time or another in their lives. And, it’s true those dry white flakes can be awkward and even embarrassing. Those big box store shampoos and treatments can help, but only to a point. For some sufferers, long-term dandruff presents an even bigger problem. Dandruff is the result of the overproduction of skins cells on the scalp and it is labeled, most commonly in two forms – dry dandruff and oily dandruff. Most individuals who have dry dandruff, also experience oily dandruff at some point. Both types are caused by similar factors – genetics or the environment – but each requires a separate treatment to combat successfully.

Are You Making Your Hair Loss Worse?

May 05, 2020

Your hair naturally goes through a growth, resting, and shedding cycle, which results in normal hair loss. Normal hair loss is experienced by everyone, but when hair loss becomes frequent and excessive, as individuals worry often ensues. If you are experiencing what seems an abnormal amount of hair loss or thinning, you’ll want to uncover the cause. At Mane Image Hair Restoration, we can help determine the cause and deliver a custom solution. But first, let’s explore how you may be making your hair loss worse and how to avoid it.

Link Between Obesity & Hair Loss

April 22, 2020

There is often a question of whether obesity affects hair loss. If you are concerned about your weight and are losing hair at a rate above normal, knowing the cause of your hair loss is the first step toward your personalized solution. The truth is obesity does not directly cause hair loss. That said, there are lifestyle choices related to obesity which can affect hair growth and hair loss. Let’s explore the link between obesity and hair loss.

Does Consuming Too Much Sugar Have an Impact on Hair Loss?

April 16, 2020

You hear a lot about sugar today, particular how much added sugar American’s consume on a daily basis. The more information becomes available, the more it is evident that too much refined sugar (like the kind added into soda, bread, and nearly all processed foods) is detrimental to your health. And given its negative effects on the human body is there any wonder too much sugar may have an impact on hair loss and thinning? Here’s what you need to know.

Did You Know Your Hair May Re-Grow With Right Treatments & Products?

April 02, 2020

Some loss is perfectly normal, as your hair goes through its growth cycle, growing, resting, and shedding. When hair loss becomes excessive, anxiety is often the first reaction. Hair loss is experienced by millions, people of every age, every background, and every community. If you are experiencing hair loss that seems greater than normal, your first step should be uncovering the cause.

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