It’s not uncommon to get gray hair as we age, but of course humans want to reverse any sort of natural phenomenon the human body goes through that hints at our mortality. As such, there are products designed to stop those gray hairs from happening ― some supplements promise to prevent gray hair from coming in in the first place, while other topicals claim to reverse the gray. Even L’Oreal found reason to pursue the subject, announcing in 2011 that an all-natural pill would be out within five years that could prevent gray hair. (A rep from L’Oreal shared that it is no longer a focus area for their research and innovations team).
Seborrheic dermatitis can be a stubborn condition to treat, but lifestyle changes, home remedies, and over-the-counter products, including certain shampoos and conditioners, can all be helpful, dermatologist Dr. Craig Ziering tells Elite Daily. “Medicated shampoos and conditioners are the primary treatments for seborrheic dermatitis,” he explains, so if you’re dealing with the condition, it’s smart to stock your shower with the right products.
Craig Ziering, a hair transplant surgeon in Beverly Hills, says that women usually lose their hair genetically in a different pattern than men, at the mid part of the head moving outward instead of front to back, though both can occur. Other conditions, he adds, can create bald patches or areas and each can have different treatment options. "Hairline restoration or modification is common for women to offer fullness, shape, and a more balanced face or youthful appearance. This requires a surgical option," says Ziering. Even though their hair pattern is significantly different from that of men, women can make for very good transplant candidates, he says.
US hair restoration specialist Dr. Craig Ziering notes that sulforaphane is also found in vegetables such as cabbage and cauliflower, and that it does indeed have a positive effect on patients with genetic hair-loss conditions.
Sparse, thin eyebrows are an instant ager. But, full, well-groomed eyebrows can frame your face and make you look years younger. Getting brows that look perfect can be difficult if yours are sparse due to overplucking, an underlying medical issue or the aging process. “We lose hair on our brows just like we lose hair on our heads,” says Beverly Hills, CA hair restoration specialist Dr. Craig Ziering. “After the normal growth cycle, our brow hair can come back in a thinner and more sparse.” Luckily, you don’t have to settle for patchy brows. These fixes can help you achieve the look you want.
Beverly Hills, CA hair restoration specialist Dr. Craig Ziering notes that sulforaphane is also found in vegetables such as cabbage and cauliflower, and that it does indeed have a positive effect on patients with genetic hair-loss conditions.
August is National Hair Loss Awareness Month and studies show that female pattern hair loss affects nearly 20 percent of women. If you’re dealing with thinning hair, bald patches, or a receding hairline, know that you’re not alone. However, there are many solutions to help maintain the hair you have and restore hair regrowth. Here, hair restoration experts share the one thing everyone should be doing to revive thinning hair.
Many leading men are sporting much fuller, plush heads, thanks to advanced hair transplant techniques. Dr. Craig Ziering (zieringmedical.com) and Dr. Gary Perrault (lahairmd.com) are Hollywood’s go-tos for both men and women. They even perform eyebrow transplants for those desperately seeking bodacious brows. And Beverly Hills- and San Diego-based dermatologist Dr. Tess Mauricio (mbeautyclinic.com) is in high demand for her nonsurgical regenerative treatment using Platelet Rich Plasma. “This is best for early stages of hair loss when the hair follicles are still present,” she says.
And according to experts, the way you sleep at night can affect hair loss. There is actually a really common yet unexpected sleeping mistake that can make your hair thin.
The scalp is not the only place that might require transplants. Facial hair transplants may be necessary as well, particularly for men and women who suffer facial hair loss due to trauma or aging.