Losing your hair can feel awkward at best and disempowering at worst. There’s a reason, after all, that Samson losing his strength after losing his hair seems symbolically resonant to us.
And yet, for as bad a rap as Delilah gets, it’s women who quite often face some of the hardest challenges associated with hair loss. Society already creates unrealistic and often pernicious standards of beauty, and these are again most commonly targeted at women. Women are—unfairly—more likely to be judged based on appearance than their male co-workers. Hair loss for women can thus feel like a particularly cruel blow.
Thankfully, there is a solution for women and—just as importantly—provided by women. Hair loss treatment centres such as Hair Solved provide clients with the treatment and tools needed to combat hair loss, and while there is no immediate and permanent cure for the condition yet available, these treatments can have dramatic impacts, both from an aesthetic and psychological standpoint.
Hair Loss Prevention
Of course, the best way to stop hair loss in its tracks is to stop it from ever taking place. Of course, this is not always possible (if, for example, you lose your hair due to chemotherapy), but whenever possible, you should work to keep your hair well washed and aerated. Keeping your hair follicles properly aerated and allowing them to “breathe” can help stimulate growth, and while this cannot completely reverse the hair loss process, it can be an important tool in battling it.
Hair Loss Treatments
In fact, many of the leading hair loss treatments make use of this. By increasing heat and aeration around your scalp and follicles, they work to attempt to stimulate hair growth. There is also the possibility of implants. As the name implies, these are strands of hair surgically implanted into your scalp, and with improved techniques in recent years, this process is more seamless than ever. If you wish to be a bit more conventional or want to take preliminary measures before exploring some of these more extensive hair loss treatment options, hair extensions can help give the effect of a full head of hair.
Many clients mix and match these and other techniques.
Schedule an Appointment
So, which technique is right for you? To find out, you’ll want to schedule an appointment with a hair care specialist. There are salons and facilities all across the United Kingdom, so finding such a place has never been easier. Your specialist will examine your case individually before giving their prognosis and telling you what methods are, in their opinion, best suited for your hair situation.
This is about more than just hair, however. Again, hair loss can be a severe challenge to one’s body image, and in an age where that’s a hotter topic than ever before, it’s all the more important to have someone you know on your side who is dedicated to helping you not just look but feel better about yourself as well.
Empower yourself today by scheduling an appointment with a hair loss treatment salon and facility and taking the first steps towards strengthening and beautifying yourself inside and out.