TREAT HAIR LOSS, CHRONIC OR REACTIVE?

Thinning hair, hair losing its thickness, a more visible scalp and more hair on the brush, in the sink and in the shower... these signs are unequivocal. They point to hair loss.
In reality, there are not one but several types of hair loss with different origins. The most frequent? Is known under the name of androgenetic alopecia. It aff ects 50 % of men in their 50s and 16 % of women under 50.

CHRONIC HAIR LOSS

Affecting mainly men, 50% in their 50s are concerned by this androgenetic alopecia which is characterized by fragility of the hair follicle sensitive to steroid hormones.This hair loss affects the vertex and temples.
Women, who are concerned, see their hair mass reduced over a defined area at the top of the skull.


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REACTIVE HAIR LOSS

Women mostly suffer from reactional alopecia.
This type of hair loss is in response to external causes. In most cases it is a reaction to stress, extreme fatigue, hormonal changes due to pregnancy, menopause...
These factors cause severe hair thinning.



THE HAIR LIFE CYCLE

A 3-phase life cycle Our hair has the capacity to grow for 100 to 125 years. A long period that can be divided into 25 life cycles of 4 to 5 years each. Thus, between 50 and 100 hair fall on average each day. Hair that falls will be replaced by new hair.

HAIR GROWTH

Each hair grows independently from the others and goes through a succession of 3 phases during its life cycle.
The first and longest of these phases, called the anagen phase, is a period of growth characterized by intense cell division. From the hair root grows the hair fibre.
The second phase, known as catagen lasts over 3 to 4 weeks. At this stage, hair growth is slowed, the hair fibre is no longer growing.

HAIR LOSS

The last phase of the life cycle is the telogen phase. 
Concerning 10 to 15% of the hair mass, this period lasts around two to four months.

More fragile, the hair follicle eventually detaches naturally as a new hair bulb develops.
The hair life cycle begins again with a new hair, in exactly the same place.

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