Could Stress be the Cause of your Hair Loss?

Hair loss is a common bodily reaction to stress, and healthcare practitioners know well that their patients consider it one of the most difficult symptoms of stress to accept. Although there is no evidence to suggest that contracting COVID causes hair loss directly.
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Your Eyelash Life Cycle

Your eyelashes frame your eyes and bring definition to your face, but for many eyelash loss and thinning can be a constant concern. This can be rev...

The Link Between Niacin and Hair Growth

How can a simple vitamin improve grey hair and hair growth at the same time?

Top 5 Tips for Preventing Hair Loss After Pregnancy

Hair loss after pregnancy, also known as postpartum hair loss, affects many new mothers. There are steps that can be taken to prevent hair loss and improve general hair health.

The Complete Guide to Protecting Bleached Hair

Learn why hair colouring may be dangerous for hair and how to fix it.

Understanding Dandruff: Causes and Treatments

Dandruff is a common condition that affects millions worldwide. 

Why is caffeine shampoo good for hair?

 Can Caffeine in Shampoo Help Hair Grow? Coffee is the most widely consumed beverage in the Western world. Like other drugs, caffeine can be addict...

Traction Alopecia: #1 Preventable Type of Hair Loss

Tight hairstyles may lead to hair loss.

The Complete Guide to Iron Supplements for Hair

Of all the pills and vitamins available to help one's appearance, iron supplements for hair might be the best.