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Hair Loss Facts & Myths
Daily use of blow dryers cause thinning hair
- Too much heat from the blow dryer can dry your hair and
cause brittleness and breakage. It will not, however, make
your hair thinner. Use common sense and a lower setting when
using heating elements on hair.
If dad is bald, I'll be bald
- Though paternal influence plays a genetic part in one's
hair future, actual hereditary patterns are from both parents.
If both mom and pop are balding, chances are so will you. But
if only pop has thin hair, and mom has thick hair, your
chances are greater for less hair loss.
Brush your hair 100 strokes every day to stimulate hair
- Over-brushing can actually damage your hair.
Tight caps and hats will make you bald.
- This is just another myth. Hats wont' and can't shrink
Cutting Hair Will Make It Grow Thicker
- Because your hair is thicker at the base, cutting your
hair may give it an appearance of being thicker. But after the
hair's normal life span, new hair grows at the same original
diameter of your pre-cut hair.
There is Nothing You Can Do to Prevent or Treat Hair Loss
- In the last 15 years, HLCC has proven, over and over, that
this is just not true. With the right personalized regimen,
you CAN stop hair loss and you CAN re-grow more hair. HLCC
provides both non-surgical and surgical options that can
change your self image. True, there are no miracle cures, but
there are proven programs that will improve you hair loss
issues. Stopping hair loss is the crucial first step in
combating progressive hair loss.
Call HLCC today and take that first step. Stop the fallout!
Call 1-808-988-0800 today for your free consultation!
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