Female hair loss can be caused by a number of conditions and different factors and one of the most common is Female Pattern Hair Loss (FPHL) or Androgenetic Alopecia.
FPHL is a hereditary condition that causes thinning and hair loss most commonly on the top of the head and crown area.
Traction Alopecia is caused by excessive or continued tension on the shafts of the hair. It can be caused from overuse or incorrectly fitted hair extensions, weaves or braids.
Alopecia Areata causes hair loss in patches which are often circular in shape. This is related to stress & shock.
Telogen Effluvium is related to shock and/or trauma and due to the natural hair cycle will occur approximately 3 months after the traumatic event. It is usually a temporary hair loss condition, but as hair grows on average 1 inch in 4 months, it can feel like an eternaty before your full length returns.
Trichotillomania is a condition that is self-inflicted by the sufferer by twisting, tugging and pulling their own hair until it comes out.
There are ways to treat both female and male hair loss. For both types, the sooner you seek advice, the more options you will have available.
So whatever the reason, medical or genetic we can give you the hair and style you desire.
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