HAIR LOSS: TRUE OR FALSE?

Washing your hair every day is harmful and makes your hair fall out more

Some diets can make hair loss increase

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    Daily washing does not cause more hair loss. Your hair should be washed as often as necessary to keep it clean (which depends on hair type). However, it is best to do so using an appropriate frequent-use shampoo.

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    Some weight-loss diets involve deficiencies in nutrients, vitamins and oligoelements needed for the organism, causing hair loss.

     

    It is important to take vitamin supplements such Vitacrecil Complex Forte to ensure that you get the recommended daily amounts of nutrients for hair vitality and growth.

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Dyes, styling wax, hairspray, gel and other hair care products make your hair fall out

Cutting your hair makes more hair grow and makes it grow stronger and faster

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    Some products containing very harsh ingredients can damage hair structure and appearance, but they will not increase hair loss because they do not reach the hair roots (hair follicles).

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    Cutting your hair, shaving it off or trimming it makes your hair look better but will not affect the hair root (hair follicle) where the hair originates, or change its growth rate.

There are no effective treatments for alopecia or hair loss

Using a blow dryer

can increase hair loss

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    There are effective treatments for alopecia or hair loss. In the treatment for male androgenetic alopecia in its initial phases, the patient can be kept from going bald with medicinal products such as topical Minoxidil or oral Finasteride.

    For seasonal hair loss (effluviums), women and deficiency conditions, it is advisable to take vitamin and nutrient supplements for the hair such as Vitacrecil Complex Forte.

  • TRUE

    If you blow your hair dry frequently at high temperatures and speeds and hold the dryer very close to the scalp, it can damage your hair. However, using the dryer properly should not affect your hair.

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In certain periods of the year, hair loss is greater

Certain shampoos, vials and conditioners can halt hair loss

  • TRUE

    Seasonal changes, particularly in the autumn, bring about more hair loss than usual (it is physiological hair shedding).

     

    You should take oral vitamin supplements such as Vitacrecil Complex Forte to help to provide essential trichogenic nutrients for your hair.

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    Anti-hair loss shampoos, vials and conditioners are very useful to make your hair look better if it is not abundant, but only the lotions containing Minoxidil have scientifically proven their effectiveness against alopecia or hair loss.

Wearing caps, hats and helmets does not bring about more hair loss

Vitamin supplements can be useful against hair loss

  • TRUE

    They do not influence hair loss and besides, it is advisable to protect your scalp from exposure to sunlight, which can indeed harm it.

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  • TRUE

    Vitamin supplements such as Vitacrecil Complex Forte contain a balanced combination of nutrients (L-cystine, pantothenic acid, vitamin B6, biotin, iron and zinc, in its case) essential for the formation of hair and nails, as their deficiency produces alopecia.

     

    They are particularly recommended in deficiency situations: stress, weight-loss diets, convalescence, increased requirements for athletes, seasonal hair loss, postpartum hair loss, menopause and any deficiency conditions.

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 Oily hair is related to hair loss

In the postpartum period, a significant hair loss can occur

  • TRUE

    Excess male hormones (dihydrotestosterone) in the hair follicle cause greater sebaceous secretion (production of sebum) and increase hair loss.

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    During pregnancy, hair tends to appear more abundant because the shedding phase (telogen) of its life cycle slows down. A few months after giving birth, the woman all at once loses the hair that had “delayed” its fall; this makes it seem like there is extensive hair loss and a lack of hairs.

     

    It is advisable to take oral vitamin supplements such as Vitacrecil Complex Forte to help hair to get back to its usual condition.

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Hair loss is something aesthetic and lacks importance

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    Hair loss causes a significant psychological and social impact, besides the possibility that some type of deficiency or pathology is involved.

     

    The dermatologist is the specialist in trichology (the science that studies hair and its associated diseases) to consult for proper diagnosis and treatment.