It’s a common fact that men suffer from baldness more than women, and sometimes at a very young age. Men and women’s hair care routines aren’t really that different, so there must be some kind of scientific explanation behind it.
Christmas is finally upon us. This year seems to have sped by, so just before the year comes to an end, the team at KSL would like to wish you all a merry Christmas and the happiest of New Year’s as we ring in 2016 in just over a week’s time.
As experts of hair restoration in Edinburgh, we know how important is to take proper care and maintain our hair. We may feel as though we’re doing everything we can by using all kinds of expensive products and oils to keep our hair looking and feeling healthy, but damage can come from ways that may surprise you.
Losing some hair every day is a completely natural process, but it is important to be able to tell when it has become more than just something that happens to all of us at some point during our lives.
If you are noticing your hair thinning in certain areas, there are ways in which you can try to stimulate the hair to begin growing back. It is important to note that not all of these ways will work for everyone and it all depends on the cause of your hair loss.
However, we believe that as your specialists in laser hair therapy in Dundee that there’s always a way worth trying. Here are 3 natural ways which you can use to try and tempt your hair to grow again.
When we use hair tools on our luscious locks, it’s to make our hair look even better than it already is, right?
Believe it or not, if you aren’t cleaning these essential tools regularly you may be putting your hair at more risk of breakage. The build up of products on these items can cause some long lasting damage, so it’s important that you take care of your hair tools as well as your locks!
So what tools do we need to worry about and how do we clean them?
A bad hair day is probably every girl’s worst nightmare. And for some reason, it always seems to happen when we have zero time to do anything about it. You get up late, you’re rushing around, and then you look in the mirror and groan – your hair sort of resembles a bird’s nest.
Hair tangles are something that we always thought would disappear along with our childhood – unfortunately we were wrong. Even though these days we actually brush and wash our hair on a regular basis, we still seem to end up with frustrating and messy looking hair knots.
Even though we are still in the midst of autumn, we’re already starting to feel a chill in the air. You’ve probably already started noticing differences in your skin after walking around in the cold, but did you know that your hair also needs a little bit of extra TLC during the colder seasons?
No one wants to have damaged hair, and as leading providers of hair restoration in Edinburgh, you can be sure that we’ve dealt with some heavily damaged locks in our time. Both men and women need to give a little more love to their hair now that the weather is getting chilly, so here are our 3 top tips to maintaining healthy hair as we head dangerously closer to winter.
As leaders in hair restoration in Glasgow we know that the best non-surgical approach to treating hair loss, thinning hair, and scalp problems is laser hair therapy. It increases blood supply to the scalp, stimulates hair follicles and prevents further hair loss. When combined with the proper hair and scalp products, DHT Blockers and Minoxidil, it is an effective treatment for hair loss.
However, there are a few short-term things that you can do to create the illusion of thicker hair. Nothing is quite on par with the real thing, but here are some of our tips on making your hair look a little more voluminous. Continue Reading »
We know that eating a healthy and balanced diet is brilliant for our skin, but did you know that it also helps keep your hair looking and feeling amazing too? When it comes to keeping it in tip top condition, it’s not just what you put on your hair that counts – your diet matters too.