Tuesday, August 6, 2013

SCARRING ALOPECIA - SOME FREE ADVICE

SCARRING ALOPECIA - FREE ADVICE

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Prince William Hair LossCicatrical alopecia, also known as scarring alopecia, is caused, as its name implies, by chemicals, harmful substances, overheat or a cut that eventually lead to a scar, skin injury or serious scalp damage. Thus, in case of cicatrical alopecia a man is having a permanent bald patch where hair follicles have been completely destroyed and, thus, can't be restored by any method or treatment.

Scarring alopecia is a serious kind of disorder. When this happens the hair follicle is actually destroyed and replaced with scar tissue. The hair loss is permanent. Scarring alopecia can be tricky and not show any symptoms. 

Other times there is pain and itching as the hair thins out. This type of hair loss is often trademarked by scaling of the skin and redness.

The most common type of hair loss we see is Male or Female Pattern Baldness Alopecia. However hundreds of diseases have hair loss as symptoms and side effects of drug treatments.

Many people have hair loss as a result of chemical processes applied to their hair. These include bleach, permanent wave and relaxer treatments, some of which contain lye and can cause scarring alopecia.

Scarring Alopecia: This sort of irreversible hair-loss is characterized by damage to the underlying skin which results in scarring that destroys the hairs follicle and its potential for regeneration.

Scarring alopecia usually begins with a small patch of balding which may increase in size. The patch may suddenly stop increasing. Any itching or swelling may also stop. The condition may reverse but not completely. Hair will stop growing to some extent especially around the patch.

HOWEVER! THERE IS HOPE!!! HERE'S SOMETHING YOU SHOULD TRY FOR YOUR 'SCARRING ALOPECIA' - COLLOIDAL SILVER! (APPLIED TOPICALLY)

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