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Women Hair Loss

Women hair loss is many times more complicated than men and can be very devastating to a woman's self esteem, confidence and well being overall.

Hair loss in women is actually more common than expected. We estimate that roughly 50% of the women population have experienced some sort of hair loss by the time they reach age 50. This is especially true when hair loss runs in your family.

While hormonal issues play a big factor when it comes to women hair loss, external factors also need to be considered.  For example, the vast majority of hair color products on the market contain a harsh chemical called paraphenylenediamine or PPD, this chemical is very damaging to scalp tissue and hair. Avoid using PPD based hair dyes at all cost especially if you have a genetic predisposition to hair loss in the first place. Many people develop allergic reactions and scalp inflammatory conditions as a result of PPD over time which further accelerates their hair loss. 

Where to start?

Some of the things you should check are your iron levels as well as your thyroid conditions. Are you presently on any medications? For example, anti-depressants, acne treatment and birth control pills are commonly linked to hair loss in women, as are people who had recently received certain types of vaccine. Also, be sure to stay away from hair products that are loaded with harsh chemicals; this is another reason for women hair loss that is commonly overlooked by most. 

Options for Women Hair Loss


A routine blood exam can tell you a lot about potential problems and hormonal changes that may affect your hair. 


HairMax is the first ever laser device cleared by the FDA for hair growth in both men & women. 


Hair transplant is a viable option for many types of women hair loss. Very often 1 session is all it takes.


Platelet Rich Plasma PRP uses the patient's own blood as growth factors as an experimental treatment for hair loss.


Topical prescription strength formula may be a good start for women hair loss with fewer side effects. 


Eyebrow & eyelash restoration is now possible with the new minimally invasive FUE technique.