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Short term solutions

 

​Regardless of what type of hair loss you're experiencing, volumizing hair products can make it less noticeable. If applied before blow-drying, such products coat strands with polymers that can make them appear fuller. We apply a number of volumizing products here in the salon.

efficacy booster agent with Astressin-b

 

  • ​​Spectral F7 maximizes effectiveness when combined with other Spectral products for best results
  • Performs well as single-line therapy to treat stress-induced cases
  • Blocks receptors for corticotropin-releasing factor, involved in the stress response
  • Influences hair follicles when stress hormones are over-expressed
  • Astressin-B in spectral F7 offers promising new activity

high performance, hair stimulating shampoos

 

  • ​Applies known hair growth stimulants
  • Combines ingredients for scalp vitality
  • Contains no sodium lauryl sulfate or other detergents linked to irritation and hair loss
  • Includes only premium ingredients and high concentrations
  • Uses a chemical-free extraction process
  • Provides antioxidant benefits
  • Has anti-dihydrotestosterone (DHT) effects
  • Builds hair with structural amino acids

Brushing or pulling

 

​Brushing hair too vigorously or wearing tight bands or ponytails can pull hair out in patches, a condition called traction alopecia. The hair will grow back when the repeated tugging stops.

advanced technology to treat thinning hair

 

  • ​​Spectral RS contains adenosine, a powerful growth agent for results without side effects
  • Opposes perifollicular fibrosis, in which collagen becomes rigid and pushes hair fibers out prematurely
  • Restores normal follicular function to help grow new hair
  • Counters tress, hormonal disturbances, vitamin and mineral deficiencies, and certain medications
  • Treats continually for 12 hours

Breakthrough Hair Support system

 

  • ​​DNC-N in the first follicle treatment to employ Nanoxidil 5%, with high efficacy, low molecular weight, and no side effects
  • Encourages hair growth both at the vertex and along the hairline
  • Opens ion channels in skin cells to improve cellular function and hair growth
  • Stimulates anagen growth phase
  • Suppresses dihydrotestosterone (DHT), the male hormone associated with thinning
  • Blocks inflammation
  • Treats continuously for 12 hours, much longer than conventional products, due to Nanosome encapsulation

and what's not...

 

​If you notice your part widening, your scalp showing through at your crown, or that your hair at your temples is receding, you may have an issue. Here are a few possible culprits. Consult your doctor, who can help you get to the root of the problem. Genetics and hereditary hair loss affect approximately 30 million people in the United States. Female-pattern hair loss (androgenetic alopecia) is the most common form and causes the hair on top of the head to thin. The over-the-counter preparation Rogaine, which contains the active ingredient minoxidil, can help. Applied directly to the scalp twice a day, it can slow or stop hair loss in most women. In some cases, it can even help regrow hair But the benefits are lost when you stop using it. A newer over-the-counter regimen from DS Laboratories which is composed of Revita Shampoo, Revita Conditioner, and Spectral DNC-N (a scalp treatment) includes antioxidants and stem cells and has been shown to stimulate and maintain healthy new growth. We supply many DS Laboratoriy products here in our salon. Stress hair loss can occur after a significant physiological strain, such as prolonged illness or crash dieting, which may leave you deficient in iron, B12, or protein-all vital to healthy hair growth. An emotionally trying event, like a divorce, can also lead to all-over thinning three to four months later, when the hairs that were forming under the scalp at the time finally make (or don't make) their appearance. Usually the hair will grow back in a few months.  

the immune system

 

​Some oral contraceptives, antidepressants, anticoagulants, and hypertension, acne, and cholesterol medication may cause temporary patchy hair loss.

it can be alarming when...

 

​Your brush seems to hold more hair than your scalp does. The good news is that hair loss is to be expected (the average person loses up to 150 strands a day). If you're shedding significantly more than that, however, any number of physiological or psychological factors could be to blame. But you don't have to tear your (remaining) hair out. Whatever the cause, there are strategies that can help.

medication

 

​Some oral contraceptives, antidepressants, anticoagulants, and hypertension, acne, and cholesterol medication may cause temporary patchy hair loss.

high performance, hair stimulating Conditioners

 

  • ​​Contains ultra premium compounds evaluated and proven in clinical trials
  • Employs plant-based stem cells with healing properties
  • Inhibits dihydrotestosterone (DHT), the hormone linked to male pattern baldness
  • Encapsulates compounds in bio-adhesive microspheres, penetrating deeper and persisting longer to work better
  • Adheres even when sweating or swimming
  • Keeps working for 23 hours or longer

hair loss?

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what's normal...

 

​Throughout your hair's natural growth cycle, each strand grows for several years, then enters a resting phase for three to four months before it is finally shed. Next, the follicle begins to grow a new hair, and the cycle begins again. Different strands of hair are in different phases of the growth cycle at any given time, which is why you don't go bald every few years. As you get older, hair can grow back in more sparsely, and the strands may be thinner than they were when you were younger.