DANDRUFF HAIR LOSS
Dandruff is the shedding of dead skin cells from the scalp. As skin cells die, a small amount of flaking is normal however, some people experience an unusually large amount of flaking which can also be accompanied by rashes and irritation. Dandruff is a common scalp disorder and can happen to any age, gender and ethnicity.
DRY SCALP HAIR LOSS
If your hair is thinning, lacking body, void of shine or your scalp is irritated, most probably you are having a dry scalp condition. Dry scalp is a condition where the scalp is lack of moisture and nutrition. The scalp will appear cracked, at some cases scaly and the dry flakes are always mistaken as dandruff. Dry scalp is normally red, irritating and itchy. If not treated, the scalp will crack until it bleeds and may cause infection.
FEMALE HAIR LOSS
Female hair loss is a distinctive form of hair loss that occurs in women with androgenetic alopecia. In fact, many women are affected by female hair loss. There is diffuse thinning of hair on the scalp due to increased hair shedding or a reduction in hair volume, or both.
It is a symptom of improper protein synthesis. Hair grows white when the color pigment (melanin) ceases to be produced in the hair follicle and small air spaces take its place. Pigment cells located at the base of each hair follicle produce the natural dominant color of our youth. However, as a person grows older, more of these pigment cells die and color is lost from hairs.
OILY SCALP HAIR LOSS
Excess oil, also known as seborrhea, is one of the most common scalp conditions. Treating your oily scalp is usually possible using home remedies and certain over-the-counter products, although in extreme cases, you may require specialized therapy. At some cases, oily scalp can cause the hair to have unpleasant odor.
MALE PATTERN HAIR LOSS
Male pattern baldness sufferers inherit are hair follicles with a genetic sensitivity to dihydrotestosterone (DHT). Hair follicles sensitive to DHT begin to miniaturize, shortening the lifespan of each hair follicle affected.
It generally follows a pattern of a receding hairline, followed by thinning of the hair on the crown and temples, leaving a horseshoe shape around the back and sides of the head.
POST-NATAL HAIR LOSS
Generally, very few hairs are shed during pregnancy, so your hair will be thicker and fuller towards the middle and end of your pregnancy due to the raised of estrogen levels. However, post-natal hair loss can occur a few months after giving birth due to estrogen levels dropping.
It is a kind of hair loss caused by an autoimmune disorder. Patch baldness or alopecia areata is found equally in both men and women. The disease can occur at any age, including children. The hair loss result in round bald patches on the scalp and It is an unsightly patches where it is easy to identify a person with round coin-like bald patches on the scalp.
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