It can affect people of all races and ethnicities and African Americans are no exception.
To celebrate Black History Month, Hair Club (http://www.hairclub.com), North America’s largest provider of all proven hair restoration solutions, is offering a 20% discount* off their proven hair loss solutions.
Hair types vary greatly between ethnicities and African American hair is no exception. African American hair, for instance, is often black and tightly curled. It tends to be woolly and dry and is very easily damaged by heat or chemicals.
“African” hair can twist 12 times as much as “Caucausoid” hair and is usually more vulnerable to chemical or physical damage because of its unique structure, which is more curved than other hair types.
Although African American hair is characteristically different from other hair in more ways than one, there is no limitation on treating hair loss in African Americans.
Hair Club stylists are specially trained to work with African American hair and its unique qualities. Many of Hair Club’s African American clients have even chosen to replace their current beauty salon or barber shop with Hair Club, visiting regularly for expert, quality services to keep their hair looking their best.
Hair Club offers a variety of hair loss treatments that have restored the hair and confidence of thousands of African Americans:
Non-Surgical Hair Replacement
Non-Surgical Hair Replacement is a quick and affordable option to recreate the look and feel of hair by filling in areas that are experiencing thinning and balding.
However, many African Americans face the issue of unnatural results with typical versions of this method. At Hair Club, hair is added one strand at a time, precisely duplicating the unique organic pattern in which the hair grows naturally. With various hair types and textures available, the results appear natural.
When performed by a knowledgeable and experienced physician, hair transplants can be a very successful hair loss treatment for African Americans.
However, since African American hair does have unique characteristics such as its curved structure, it may be a little more challenging. Seek doctors who are experienced with African American hair, such as Hair Club’s network of physicians.
Because African American hair tends to be coarse and thick, it generally provides better coverage than fine hair. For that reason, it’s possible an African American patient may need less follicles transplanted than someone with very fine hair, which can potentially lower the price of treatment.
At-home Preventative Products
Topical products are an easy, economical and proven way to slow or prevent further hair loss and work great for African American hair loss. In addition to Hair Club’s EXT® Extreme Hair Therapy, a topical regimen featuring nutritional supplements and FDA-approved hair regrowth agent minoxidil, Hair Club also offers Laser Therapy solutions. Both of these methods have provided outstanding results to countless African Americans.
In honor of Black History Month, Hair Club is offering 20% off* any hair loss solution. To learn more, schedule a free, no-obligation hair analysis by calling (888) 222-6212 or visiting HairClub.com
About Hair Club:
Founded in 1976 by Sy Sperling, Hair Club is the leading provider of all proven hair restoration solutions FDA-approved or cleared to work for hair loss. Hair Club has granted more than 500,000 men, women, and children an experience that truly changed their lives.
Today, Hair Club has 100 locations throughout the United States, Canada, and Puerto Rico and is a wholly owned subsidiary of Tokyo-based Aderans Co. Ltd, the world’s leading provider of total hair loss solutions. Aderans brands in the U.S. include Bosley.