Our site consists of three major sections, covering hair growth, hair loss, and hair growth products. Start with our page on alopecia (the clinical term for hair loss) to understand where you stand now and what your prognosis is, using the Norwood Classification Chart. Our page on hair loss in women contains the Ludwig Classification Chart for women, since hair loss in women typically follows a different pattern than in men. It’s important for you to know the truth about hair loss, and you’ll find valuable information throughout our site. Here’s a summary of what you’ll learn:
Hair Growth Tips: Learn to maximize your hair growth with tips on hair care, sun exposure, diet, and lifestyle. Did you know that blow drying your hair while it’s soaking wet can damage your hair? Or, that perms are a serious no-no? Find out what you can do to achieve fast hair growth.
Hair Growth Myths: Just as there are things you can do to maximize your hair growth, there are commonly held beliefs that won’t help you grow your hair. Learn what not to do, what works, and what doesn’t here.
Hair Growth Calculator: Find out how much you can expect your hair to grow over any period of time with our free hair growth calculator.
Alopecia: Get the low down on hair loss and learn the difference between common male pattern baldness and other rarer forms of hair loss. Find out where you stand with the Norwood Classification Chart.
Hair Loss Myths: As with hair growth, there are countless myths surrounding hair loss that you should know about. Understanding them may help to put you at ease.
Hair Loss Causes: Find out what the causes of hair loss are, so you can better understand what you can do to slow its progression or prevent it all together.
Hair Loss Prevention: Here we get into the nitty-gritty of preventing hair loss, with specific things you can do that don’t require medication or surgery.
Hair Loss Treatment: If your hair loss has reached the point of no return and you feel the the natural preventative steps are not enough, you should consider getting treatment. There are great options from wigs and medication to a full hair transplant. If you’re fed up with your lack of hair there is an alternative.