Anyone preoccupied with hair health should be concerned first about his or her scalp. The hair follicles, which are the only living part of your hair, reside under the skin on your head, and these follicles decide when, if, and how much hair to grow for you.
So, what can you do to make your scalp as healthy as possible? It’s easy.
Now that we’re into a new year, plenty of people are starting off with a resolution to lose weight. However, dieting can cause more than normal hair loss. So, here are some tips to help you keep your hair while you’re shedding the pounds.
Crash diets and rapid weight loss are bad for your hair. Resolve to lose weight slowly, with no more than a pound or two per week. Fast weight loss is a major stressful event for your body and your hair and is a known cause of hair loss. No matter what type of weight loss program you want to follow, you can endeavor to lose weight slowly.
Here are some more of the questions that we receive frequently.
1. Does Capillus have good customer service?
Absolutely. The best. Just let us know if you need help with something. You can use our Contact Us page, and most of the time we have Instant Messaging available on our website.
2. Can I use my laser cap if I’ve had hair transplant surgery?
Yes, you can. This is something you should discuss with your surgeon, but yes. In fact, there is often significant hair loss following surgery because of the trauma of surgery. The cap can help minimize this loss.
3. How long will it be before I start to see results
Are you worried about your hair? Let’s take a look at the early signs that you’re losing your hair.
What do your parents look like? Seriously, is your dad bald? Does your mom have wispy thinning hair? Heredity plays a big role in hair loss, but the exact genetics map is not well understood. There is evidence of several different genes being implicated both on the X and the Y chromosome.
There is a considerable research being done in this area right now, but the definitive answer remains elusive. Some studies suggest up to 80% of your hair loss problem is genetic. Some studies point to genes on the X chromosome (from your mother’s side of the family) as being the main culprit, and other studies poi
There are some questions that pop up over and over, so, we've devoted a blog post to answering them for you.
1. Does it hurt to use the laser cap?
No, it doesn’t. It’s completely painless. And now we have redesigned the cap to make it extremely comfortable.
2. Can I fly with my Capillus Laser Cap?
Yes, you can. In fact, we devoted an article specifically to address that question.
3. Do I have to cut my hair to use your laser cap?
No, you don’t. The laser will reach your scalp through your hair in most cases. Discuss this with us if y