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A certain level of hair loss is a perfectly natural phenomenon observed in all human beings. Hair naturally grows and sheds in what is known as the hair cycle. Scientists have observed three distinct stages of the hair cycle: the Anagen Phase, the Catagen Phase, and the Telogen Phase. Understanding what is happening in each of these three phases can help you to better understand and manage the process of hair loss.

In particular, we should pay attention to what time of year it is. A study published in the journal Dermatology has highlighted the seasonality of hair loss; scientists understand that the amount of hair you lose in January will be different to the amount of hair you lose in August? Read More...

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At Oxford Biolabs, science is very important to us. In fact, it might even be as important as customer satisfaction. Perhaps, ultimately, this is because they are one and the same — the science that underpins everything we do at Oxford Biolabs ensures our products’ quality. As the Einstein quote above expresses, these ideas, no matter how complex in practice, should be able to be expressed simply. Read More...

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hair loss reversedHair loss also called baldness is commonly known as alopecia. One type of hair loss, referred to as alopecia areata, is as a result of an autoimmune disorder, where the cells of the immune system attack the base of the hair follicle. This is whereby hair loss occurs in patches anywhere on the body usually from the scalp. The two extremes of alopecia areata are:

  • Alopecia Totalis – this is total hair loss on the scalp.
  • Alopecia Universalis – this is total hair loss on the body.

Its first symptoms are small bald patches, which appear in many shapes usually oval or round. It can affect a person at any age although it is commonly suffered by teenagers or young adults. Strong evidence suggests that it can be hereditary. Read More...

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MelanocytesColoringHairHair gets its natural color from a type of pigment called melanin. Accordingly, when melanin ceases to be produced in the hair root, new hairs grow without pigment, meaning they are grey.

Cells called melanocytes are responsible for producing and storing pigment in hair and skin. Melanocytes are found at the stem cells at the base of hair follicles. When hair is formed, melanocytes inject melanin into cells containing keratin – the protein that makes up hair, skin, and nails. Melanocytes continue to inject pigment into the hair’s keratin throughout the years, and thus hair continues to have a colorful hue. Read More...

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The ultimate solution for hair loss condition has been an elusive one: most treatments aim to prevent further hair loss but not cure it. Transplant has become the only option to grow full hair. But not anymore. A new treatment from Yale University has revolutionized the search for a hair loss cure. It has given hope to thousands of men and women searching for a cure for hair loss. Read More...

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You are in you 20’s, 30’s, 40’s and well… older but you still haven’t faced and accepted your condition, your hair is falling out and thinning. We know it’s not something everyone, especially men, look forward to nor is it an occasion to celebrate once it happens, but it doesn’t help if you just sulk around thinking about all the negative things you can think of about how bad it affects you, your lifestyle and your social life. Stop! Instead, focus your mind on the positive and what you can do about it. It will make you feel a whole lot better, less stressed, less worried and more happy, light and comfortable. Read More...

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The research and study for improved treatment options for hair loss is an ongoing science. Today’s available treatments such as hair supplements, surgery and topical solutions are also being developed for a much positive results for every hair loss sufferers who are all hoping for an effective product that will not just drain their pockets without giving them a good outcome from it. Most of the ongoing research that are being made are promising, however, for this to be available to the public it might still take years or even decades to come out with a perfected and safe product. Read More...

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