Stop Hair Loss
I receive correspondence everyday from those who want to improve the condition and appearance of their hair. Hair is one of the first characteristics we notice upon meeting someone and one of the most recognizable traits. The first and last thing most of us attend to before any important occasion is our own hair.
In our society, a thick head of hair has always given the impression of health, youth and desirability while, in contrast, thin hair is linked to age or ill health. Any amount of hair loss can be emotionally devastating.
The average number of hairs on the adult scalp is 100,000 to 150,000 with a natural shedding of approximately 100 hairs per day.
When hair loss exceeds this amount, it can cause not only cosmetic concerns but also emotional concerns such as feelings of vulnerability and loss of self-esteem. Because of this the market is flooded with special shampoos, treatments and drugs to restore and thicken hair, wigs and hairpieces to replace lost hair and even surgical remedies.
In my experience, I have never seen significant improvement in thinning hair with the use of ointments, treatments or drugs. I have always been of the opinion that if any improvement will occur; it will be as a result in an overall health improvement.
I recently received some very exciting information about a system that will revitalize and restore thinning hair naturally, without treatments, products or drugs as well as stopping hair loss in both men and women. On the following page, you will find an article by hair health specialist, Jonathon E Philips. Here
To go directly to this exciting, revitalizing system Click Here
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