What Is Hair?
Believe it or not, each strand of hair is made up of a range of interlocking cells that are actually dead and have no regenerative properties.
Each hair grows from a hole known as a follicle which lies below the skin of your scalp. The follicle, which is very much alive, pushes the hair up through the skin at a rate of approximately half an inch or 12 millimetres a month. Follicles contain nerves and capillaries and are stimulated by blood flow.
Each hair continues to grow for up to seven years when it enters a ‘resting phase’ and then falls out. A new hair begins to grow in its place anywhere between three weeks and three months later.
At any one time approximately 85% of hair is growing and 15% is resting. The loss of between fifty and a hundred hairs a day is considered normal.
Hair loss is the result of hair not regrowing after falling out. This happens when the follicle does not receive sufficient blood flow and nerve stimulation.
Of the 100,000 hairs on your head, you need to lose about half before thinning becomes noticeable. Of course, if all the lost hair is in on small area such as on the crown of the head, the effects will become more noticeable.
Hair Loss in Women
Hair loss in women is much more common than most people think.
Around half of women are affected by hair loss of some kind by the age of 50. In most cases it shows itself as thinning rather than areas of baldness.
Male Pattern Baldness
By far the most common form of hair loss is androgenic alopecia or male pattern baldness. This is the type of baldness treated by Innovative Hair Loss Solutions.
We use groundbreaking, low-level Crown Laser technology to reinvigorate ‘tired’ and under-stimulated follicles so they begin to push up hairs out of the scalp again.
They are your hairs – there are no wigs, skull caps, transplants or implants whatsoever in the treatment used by Innovative Hair Loss Solutions.
It’s been 10 months now and I can see the results as the months go by, looking forward to the next 12 months of growth and that moment when someone acknowledges it and notices there is hair.
I am becoming less self-conscious with hair growth now appearing on my head, never ever liked hairless heads, alright on babies heads not men’s heads.