NIOXIN Helps to Enhance the Appearance of Thin-looking Hair While Minimizing Excessive Daily Hair Loss for Both Women & Men
For more than twenty two years, NIOXIN have worked at unravelling the complex problem of how best to address, and most importantly how to provide a solution for thin-looking hair for the millions who battle this discouraging problem, just like these real people with real success stories...
A world-renowned team of NIOXIN researchers have developed the most advanced, non-drug based system to address the appearance of fine or thin-looking hair - NIOXIN Systems 1 to 8. Each system is designed to create and maintain an optimum scalp environment in order to address the problems associated with thin-looking hair, including hair loss through mechanical breakage, which leads to fine, fragile, thin-looking hair.
Your first line of defence against hair loss is your professional hair stylist. When asked, a majority of people said they’re more comfortable talking about their hair loss concerns with a hair stylist (in the privacy of the salon) than disclosing their hair loss problems to doctors, family or even close friends.
Studies show that professional hair stylists are often likely to keep up with current hair loss technologies, thus giving them insight into making hair loss product recommendations based on your personal needs such as detoxifying the scalp, styling that makes the hair look fuller & thicker, and other techniques.
Your hair stylist can be a true ally when it comes to fighting the physical and emotional stress of hair loss. More than likely, it will be your stylist that will first notice your hair loss problem. Furthermore, when warning signs are caught and detected early by a trained stylist, he or she can discuss and recommend the best hair care regimen for your hair loss problem — thus helping you maintain stronger, thicker, longer-lasting hair.
If hair loss is evident, or is just unavoidable, a good hair stylist can provide important information on the options for treatment available to you, and there are quite a few. One common choice is to cover hair loss up by disguising it with a wig, hairpiece or weave (which can provide the added benefit of protecting the scalp from further damage caused by UV-A and UV-B rays).
There are two FDA approved drugs available, however they require a life-long application commitment to sustain their effect and there is a possibility of side effects (including potential birth defects and sexual dysfunctions). There is also the option of transplant surgery to restore lost hair.
However, this can be a very expensive option. You can modify your hair style to downplay the thinning hair with modern cutting techniques, or do nothing at all and cover up with a hat or scarf.
Regardless of your choice, maintaining a healthy scalp environment by detoxifying, moisturizing and nourishing the living hair and scalp skin is one of the most important things you can do to stop excessive hair loss.
In severe cases of hair loss, such as caused by thyroid diseases, a doctor or dermatologist should be consulted because they indicate potentially greater underlying medical problems.
Posted: Thu 27 Feb 2014