Taking care of your hair is more than a simple matter of vanity. Cultures around the world have placed a lot of value in hair, and today it links to confidence, self-image, and even good mental health. It only makes sense, then, that hair loss is a genuine problem for the millions of people around the world who have to contend with it. See how you can preserve your crowning glory!
Invest in your hair. It is the crown you never take off.” I saw this sign in a Beauty Salon window. To this day, I have not forgotten those words. I always make an effort to take care of my hair by using healthy hair products and having hair treatments. When friends tell me I have a nice haircut, I feel like I can rule the world.
Unknowingly, people struggle with an identity crisis, anxiety and loss of confidence, or passed-up opportunities all because they feel that their hair has failed them in one way or the other. When put this way, hair is no longer an aesthetic problem, but a psychological and emotional one.
This is where it becomes all too familiar with me. For transwomen, our hair represents a new beginning. It’s one of the first things we change. And as it grows out, our hair becomes a declaration of a physical and psychological transition to womanhood.
When nearly 50% of men and around 40% of women experience significant hair loss at one point in their lives, it’s no surprise that it’s a major source of anxiety for people around the world.
There are many different kinds of procedures on the market - each with a varying level of sophistication - but they all revolve around the common step of taking hair from one part of the head and transferring it elsewhere.
Hair transplant surgery is a set of medical procedures that involve extracting hair from one area of the scalp and implanting it into another. Like any good medical procedure, today’s hair transplants are the result of a long process of research and improvement.
Whether it takes the form of thinning hair or the growth of unsightly bald patches, hair loss (or alopecia) can take a mean toll on a person’s confidence and psychological health.
You’re aware there’s a problem (it’s written all over your scalp), but you don’t know how to classify it or, more importantly, how to fix it. This guide will examine the cases of male and female baldness
The procedure itself has evolved to painless microsurgery in just a few hours, and having a clear idea of how the process works can go a long way in assuring you that it’s an investment worth making.
More and more people are flocking to the Philippines to avail of medical services. In 2015, the country ranked 8th among all medical tourism destinations worldwide.
A hair transplant is a life-changing medical procedure that renews the confidence of those who undergo it. It permanently repairs visible flaws in the thickness and design of your hair, making it an investment in your self-esteem that lasts a lifetime.
For most of us, the face and its component parts matter deeply —which is why we’ll be devoting this article to explaining eyebrow transplant (or eyebrow restoration) surgery and how it helps patients increase or restore their confidence.
Beard transplants, like the hair transplants you’re probably familiar with, cater to men looking to improve their image and confidence. This article will explore the science behind it, as well as the kinds of results that the procedure can bring about.
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We at DHI Philippines recognize that a correct diagnosis is the only basis for a successful and lasting treatment. Contact us today, and book a session for our Unique Diagnostic System for Alopecia (UDSA).
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