1. David aka - TakingthePlunge
    April 18, 2012 @ 2:23 am


    In some cases, wigs and weaves can result in a condition known as traction alopecia. Hair loss due to traction alopecia is caused by excessive pulling or rubbing and may be temporary or permanent depending upon the severity of the damage.

    Even famous actors, models and other celebrities with access to the finest stylists and products are sometimes affected by TA. There is simply to way to predict or ensure that your wig will not damage your hair.

    Your best bet is to consult with a reputable wig stylist and discuss your concerns. Keep careful watch on your hair and if you see any signs of further hair loss, stop immediately.

    I also suggest that you try Rogaine (minoxidil) for your thinning hair. It’s the only clinically proven and FDA approved non-surgical hair loss treatment safe and effective for use by women.


  2. nadine
    April 13, 2012 @ 9:32 am

    Hi I’m a lady of 26 years old and hav a complex about my hair as it has thinned so badly in the past year. I want to start wearing wigs, I would like to wear them as much as possible,every day if I could as I feel more confident wit one on. I hav heard that wearing a wig will cause mor damage to my thinning hair and loose mor hair! Is this true and if so how many days a week can 1 wear a wig without negative effects?

  3. Rudy
    October 5, 2009 @ 11:58 pm

    Research into hair biology revealed that the main culprit of hair loss in men is DHT (Dihydrotestosterone), and there are many products available in the market to inhibit or to block DHT.

    I believe that as long as the product that you choose is to inhibit or to block DHT you should see the results in 5-6 months period. It is also recommended to buy from a recognized pharmaceutical manufacturer. Check with your doctor before you are taking these pills.

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