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Dr. Barry Lycka launches his latest eBook on new developments in hair, eyebrow and eyelash restoration for women as they age in Volume 111 of Inside Cosmetic Surgery Today, In Depth Conversations with the World’s Leading Cosmetic Surgeons, free on Amazon Kindle, Mar 26-30
Dr. Lycka, one of North America’s foremost authorities on cosmetic surgery interviews Dr. Alan J. Bauman, renowned for his pioneering work in results-oriented hair loss management including minimally-invasive NeoGraft FUE hair transplantation.
Founder and Medical Director of the Boca Raton based Bauman Medical Group, Dr. Bauman says, “Today, women with aging hair can expect success with topicals, laser therapy, platelet rich plasma and hair transplants for scalp, eyelash and eyebrow loss without cuts, stitches or scars.”
Dr. Bauman explains how HairCam and HairCheck trichometer technologies are revolutionizing diagnosis, how topical and laser treatments have improved and why new transplant techniques combining NeoGraft FUE and PRP show success rates of 99%.
Kayla lost her hair at age 11 due to Alopecia, and is one of more than 30 million women in the USA who experience thinning or significant hair loss.
With her Mother’s help, Kayla built her self-esteem and overcame the stigma of baldness as a teenager and went on to fulfill her life dream of being Miss Delaware and a finalist in Miss America Pageant. She jokingly speaks about needing hair to pin on the crown!
Realizing that so many women suffer from hair loss and do not know where to go or who to trust, Kayla is on a personal mission and very committed to helping women with any stage of hair loss to find the best solution for their individual needs.
She is touring the US in hopes of connecting women in need with reputable hair loss studios and educating them on their options.
According to Dr George Cotsarelis, chairman of the department of dermatology at the University of Pennsylvania School of Medicine, well known for his research for stimulating hair growth, there is nothing available today that can regenerate hair.
“This is no doubt a surprise to all the women (and men) out there who are relying on pills and potions that promise to bring back those missing follicles” says Bambi Staveley Sydney hair loss expert, trained nurse and director of Balance Hair Technology.
Sandy’s journey to Hair Loss Treatments included a long history of sinus and polyps treated by prescription medication and surgery to ease the painful symptoms. Sandy had also been prescribed ‘the pill’.
The Starting or stopping of any prescription medication can cause changes in the body and result in diffuse hair loss or interrupt the hair cycle.
Prescription medications introduce something to the body for a period of time which can create balance or imbalance depending on the reason for the medication.
When the medication is then taken away from the body, balance or imbalance can be created again.
More than 50 percent of women will experience hair loss at some point in their lifetime, almost double the number a decade ago. Hair loss expert Bambi Staveley and founder of www.BoostnBlend.com.au, discusses some of the common reasons for this spike in female hair loss.
“Many women are at a loss as to why this is happening to them. There is quite a lot of research that has been done on the subject of hair loss in women and the causes are many and varied.
We have summarised much of that research into the top five causes,” says Mrs Staveley.
Over styling. It’s probably not much of a surprise that heated styling products like straighteners, curling irons and hair dryers can damage your hair, but did you know that your hairspray, gel or even the type of shampoo you use could also be causing your hair to thin?
Kayla Martell, 2011 Miss America Finalist, will be returning to Milwaukee, Wisconsin, as guest speaker at the Second Annual Women’s Hair Loss Seminar on Tuesday, March 25, 2014, 6:30 – 8:30pm. Additional speakers will be nationally recognized hair loss experts, Rhonda McCarthy from Ft Lauderdale, FL and Flora Fuentes from NYC.
This event will be hosted by Mel Laudolff, President of Transitions of Wisconsin. For more information and reservations, go to http://www.WantMoreHair.com.
Kayla Martell lost her hair at age 11 due to Alopecia, but went on to fulfill her life dream of being Miss Delaware and a finalist in Miss America Pageant.
Kayla will share her challenging story of being a bald teenager and building her self-esteem with her Mother’s help.
Then continuing on to compete without hair for Miss Delaware and later finding her hair loss solution and winning the crown. She jokingly speaks about needing hair to pin on the crown.