Whether you have to wear a hat for work or you simply love to wear hats, you don’t have to worry about a hat causing your hair loss. The only time a hat would be problematic is if there was excessive hair pulling causing damage or scarring to the scalp. However, after you’ve had a hair procedure at Sante, you may not wish to cover up your hair with a hat any longer!
Washing your hair too often might cause dry brittle hair and excessive breakage but it will not effect the number of hairs that grow on your head. Neither does not washing your hair enough. Dirty hair does not cause clogged pours resulting in hair loss. Use common sense personal hygiene techniques to keep your hair looking healthy.
Unfortunately this is not true. 40% of women will suffer hair loss in their lifetime. Hair loss for women can be temporary or permanent and there can be many causes. The genetic condition which affects women is called Female Pattern Hair Loss. To find out more about genetic hair loss and other causes click here.
You may have gone in the military and come out bald. Shaving your head did not cause hair loss. Hereditary pattern baldness did. Likewise, haircuts don’t make more hair grow. It might prevent split ends resulting in a more healthy appearance but hair cuts do not effect the number of hairs on your head.
If your father is bald and you are worried that you will go bald too, rest easy. It may not happen to you. Again, hair loss is hereditary but it can skip generations or you may inherit the genes for hair from your mother’s side of the family instead.
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