Alopecia – The Hair Loss Problem

Alopecia – The Hair Loss Problem

Guest writer – Jennifer I.

Hair loss is prevalent among adults and teenagers of different ages. Although hair loss can be caused by a lack of care for your hair, it is often reversible. Alopecia is quite different. Alopecia Areata is an autoimmune disease caused by a malfunction of the immune system causing it to attack hair follicles. This condition causes your hair to fall off. Many people hope that some salon hair products can help the situation. However, it barely helps.

Alopecia is characterized by small, circular, bald patches of hair appearing on your head. It starts with your hair thinning out before it eventually falls off. According to research, Black people are more likely to get alopecia, with over 48% being diagnosed annually. 

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Who Is More Likely To Get Alopecia?

As mentioned earlier, alopecia isn’t specific to a gender or age group; however, it predominates in certain groups.  You’re more likely to get alopecia if you fit in the following conditions:-

  1. above 30 years of age
  2. have a family history of baldness
  3. have a skin reaction
  4. live a very stressful life
  5. have another autoimmune disease such as Systemic Lupus Erythematosus (SLE)

All of the risk factors above contribute to the likelihood of you having the condition. Having alopecia can be associated with a lot of sadness, fear, anxiety, and shame. Having your hair fall is a big deal, mainly because many people associate hair with beauty. Also, people are bullies and would rather mock or put you down instead of understanding and helping you.

Treatment

Unfortunately, because an autoimmune reaction causes alopecia, there is no cure for it. However, alopecia can occur short term or long term depending on the causes. Often, if you experience a full body hair loss, the chance of your hair growing back is very slim. However, if it’s just a small patch on your head, it might regrow on its own.

For a temporary solution, there are certain alopecia hair regrowth products you can use. Some of them are:-

  1. Corticosteroid injections
  2. Topical minoxidil
  3. Topical corticosteroid

These options’ success is usually dependent on your age, and if you experience alopecia as an allergic reaction. A more natural approach is our alopecia hair growth powder. Formulated with natural keratin powder, this potent powder is specifically designed to help hair follicles grow longer and faster. The ingredients are natural, hypoallergenic, and great for adults over 18 years.

Other permanent methods you can opt for are:-

  1. Laser therapy
  2. Hair transplants
  3. Medical tattooing (usually for eyebrows)

These are some pricey methods. However, they are useful. Many people might not want to spend this much, so they would instead cover it up with some cosmetic black hair products alopecia.

You can opt for our waterproof hairline powder for men and women; this product is perfect for thinning hair, especially along the hairline. With a little color, you can mask it and go about your day.

Living with alopecia can be challenging, however, with these alopecia hair products, you can live your life exactly how you want to.

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