Dry and Damaged Hair
There are several factors that can cause hair to become dry or brittle, among the most common are the use of hair dyes, straightening products, and styling with heat appliances. Curly or thin hair is more prone to damage, so special care should be taken in handling it and avoiding the use of strong products. Sometimes, choosing a treatment for dry and damaged hair without being well informed can be counterproductive.
On the other hand, the LACK of certain vitamins and minerals can cause fragility or hair loss. IN this case, it is recommended to consult a dermatologist who can perform some studies to treat it specifically. At Dermika, we offer treatment for dry and damaged hair.
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Alopecia In Men
The most common cause of alopecia in men is called androgenic alopecia. As its name implies, it is caused by genetic factors that CAUSE an increased sensitivity of the hair to androgens. In this condition, the hair becomes thinner and falls out progressively, following a characteristic pattern with a receding hairline at the front and at the crown of the head.
Currently, there are different treatments that can help slow its progression and stimulate hair regrowth. It is recommended to HAVE A check-up WITH a dermatologist WHO WILL be able to indicate the best treatment according to the needs of each patient.
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Alopecia In Women
The most frequent cause of alopecia in women is called telogen effluvium, which is the accelerated loss of hair in a diffuse manner. Multiple factors can trigger it, among the most frequent causes are stress, illnesses with fever, strict diets, postpartum period, and nutritional deficiencies.
Fortunately, telogen effluvium is a reversible condition that improves once the cause is eliminated. In case of presenting it, it is recommended to visit a dermatologist, since there are some products that can help accelerate hair growth.
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It is a very frequent condition in which there is excessive shedding of the most superficial cells of the skin in the form of small white flakes. Dandruff is not the dryness of the scalp, but an excess of oil, so adding styling creams or oils makes it worse.
To control it, it is recommended to wash the hair daily and use a shampoo containing ingredients such as selenium disulfide, zinc pyrithione, keluamide, among others. If there is no improvement, it is recommended to consult a dermatologist as sometimes it is necessary to use other products.