Hair Loss Expert - Trichologist Explains Androgenetic alopecia
HairMax Australia Blog
by Peter Coss
7M ago
Authored by:  Yuliia Chorna, Trichologist  IAT, WTS   Androgenetic alopecia is one of the most common types of hair loss, but as my personal experience shows, patients know very little about it. Here I will outline its main characteristics so that if you notice similar symptoms in yourself, you do not delay treatment. The sooner it starts, the more chances you must restore your hair. Localisation and type The first thing that distinguishes this type of hair loss from others is localisation. In women and men, it is manifested by a decrease in the amount of hair in the f ..read more
Visit website
Traction Alopecia: Is your hairstyle contributing to your hair loss?
HairMax Australia Blog
by Peter Coss
7M ago
Authored by:  Yuliia Chorna, Trichologist  IAT, WTS I had an interesting case at the beginning of my career as a Trichologist. I was working as the chief physician in a large clinic in Baku, Azerbaijan and had just begun to seriously engage in trichology when two patients, within the same week, came to me with the same complaint: significant hair damage and thinning in small areas in the temple area. After long conversations and discussions, it turned out that the cause of their hair loss was traction alopecia due to the patients styling their hair by pulling it back in a ..read more
Visit website
How To Stimulate Hair Growth With The LaserBand 82 Comfort Flex
HairMax Australia Blog
by Peter Coss
1y ago
The LaserBand 82 Comfort Flex delivers therapeutic light energy to your scalp to stimulate your hair follicles, reverse thinning, increase density & fullness, restore your hair’s natural growth cycle and promote fuller, healthier hair growth. The new flexible band design incorporates patented soft touch teeth to part your hair during treatment and maximise laser light delivery to your follicles. Working in unison, the hair parting teeth, the laser light intensity, and laser light density provide a highly effective treatment. Without hair parting teeth, the hair can block the majority of ..read more
Visit website
The Genetics of Androgenetic Alopecia in Men: Who’s to Blame for your Balding, Mum or Dad?
HairMax Australia Blog
by Peter Coss
1y ago
Sorry, but the answer is both.  While baldness in men has been attributed to their mothers for quite some time now, baldness can, in fact, be inherited from both sides of the families. There has been a fallacy that male baldness is solely inherited from their mother’s side because the genes for the condition are found on the X or female chromosomes that men inherited from their mums. This hypothesis is true but may have been misinterpreted, hence, becoming fallacious. What the studies on the matter really state is that many of the genes responsible for baldness came from the mother – the ..read more
Visit website
6 Myths About Laser Hair Treatment
HairMax Australia Blog
by Peter Coss
1y ago
Laser hair treatments can offer an easy way to stimulate hair growth at home. If you've noticed thinning hair or slowly developing bald spots, we suggest taking action quickly to begin laser hair therapy and slow the thinning process. There are many myths that may dissuade you from pursuing this simple and effective treatment for thinning hair, so we're here to dispel them. Here's the truth about laser hair treatments. Myth: Laser Therapy Is Painful Some misinformation suggests that laser hair therapy burns the scalp or causes a sharp, painful sensation. This simply isn't true. The gentle me ..read more
Visit website
10 Harmful Ingredients To Avoid in Hair Care Products
HairMax Australia Blog
by Peter Coss
1y ago
While you may check the list of ingredients on your favorite food products, you may not think to do so for your hair care. The ingredients in your shampoo, conditioner, and other hair products aren't always as safe as you might assume. We recommend that you watch out for these 10 hazardous culprits that may lurk in your shower. Sulfates Sodium lauryl sulfate and sodium laureth sulfate are both commonly found in hair care products. These are foaming agents that can make the shampoo seem like it's really lathering up and doing a good job. Unfortunately, when the sulfates wash away, they take ..read more
Visit website
Hair Loss in Women: An Overview
HairMax Australia Blog
by Peter Coss
1y ago
For many women, the appearance and health of their hair impact how they feel about themselves. Dealing with a change in the thickness or the health of their hair can harm their self-esteem. Unfortunately, hair loss in women is quite common and impacts millions of people across the globe. We've created the following guide to help you understand this situation and learn how to combat hair loss in women so that you can address hair loss and maintain your self-confidence. What Is Hair Loss in Women? Hair loss in women is extra frightening when it comes suddenly and unexpectedly.  It's impo ..read more
Visit website
Is Coffee Good for Hair Growth? Why HairMax Density Shampoo Has Caffeine in It
HairMax Australia Blog
by Peter Coss
1y ago
For most people, starting the day involves a cup of coffee, and they may keep the coffee flowing to stay alert throughout the afternoon. Coffee contains caffeine, a stimulant with high levels of antioxidants and many beneficial nutrients. But did you know that coffee can also be beneficial for stimulating hair growth? How Does Caffeine Work? When absorbed into the bloodstream, caffeine travels to the brain and helps to increase the production of dopamine and norepinephrine. The increased production of these neurotransmitters enhances the firing of the neurons in the brain. As a result, many pe ..read more
Visit website
Mushrooms In Shampoo? How Reishi Mushrooms Can Help Hair Growth
HairMax Australia Blog
by Peter Coss
1y ago
Mushrooms appear in many different types of dishes, from savory breakfast favorites to decadent dinner meals. People love the flavor and texture of these fungi, which come in several varieties. Mushrooms can also bring health benefits to those who consume them, but certain types of mushrooms can provide benefits when used topically as well. One mushroom that's been popping up on ingredient lists of various beauty products is the reishi mushroom. Learn more about these types of mushrooms and how mushrooms in shampoo can help hair growth.   What Are Reishi Mushrooms? Before we get in ..read more
Visit website
Know the Signs of Having Unhealthy Hair
HairMax Australia Blog
by Peter Coss
1y ago
Your hair can be your crowning glory when it's lush, shiny, and well cared for, but unhealthy hair can put your stress on display. If you're struggling with uncontrollable hair that simply won't style, smooth, or flatter you the way that you want, it's important to get to the bottom of the issue. Look for these signs of unhealthy hair. Split Ends Split ends are just like they sound. If you can see that your hair splits into two separate strands at the end, you're suffering from this problem. The hairs around your face are more likely to suffer from split ends than those in the back. Dry weat ..read more
Visit website

Follow HairMax Australia Blog on FeedSpot

Continue with Google
Continue with Apple
OR