Anti-hair loss prevention
Fragile hair subject to thinning and loss
Hair growth is not continuous but alternates between periods when it is active or at rest. Normal hair loss, from 50 to 100 strands of hair every day and even more in Autumn, occurs once the hair has reached the end of its life cycle. It is then replaced by hair growth at the same rate. If, however, this loss were to increase or, moreover, reveal the first signs of thinning, the problem should be tackled by using the most suitable treatment products.
Balding, mostly referred to as alopecia, is an absence of hair or of some hair in an area where it would normally be present.
-The causes of increased hair loss or thinning may be transient, linked to periods of fatigue or stress, extreme or unchecked dieting, ect.
-hormonal variations, as may occur in women after childbirth or menopause with a decrease in estrogen production.
-decreased cellular activity that occurs with aging, as well as the action of free radicals that halts hair growth, resulting in thinning