Know your hair replacement options:

If you’re in the latent stage of hair loss, where there is a very large balding area to be covered, then our customized non-surgical hair replacement procedure could be the best option for you. Our non-surgical hair replacement procedure allows you to achieve a head full of hair that looks natural, ..Continue Reading


We have heard so many myths and stories about the causes of baldness that it is sometimes hard to know where to start discrediting them. People will blame anything. Mental Stress and Physical Trauma It is a common, yet mistaken, belief that physical trauma and mental stress, including anguish and ..Continue Reading


What is Hair Cloning? Hair cloning is a new field of scientific research that is making rapid advances towards a cure for androgenic alopecia, or genetic baldness. It involves removing approximately 50 – 100 hair follicles followed by microdissection and removal of certain cells which are then multiplied in a ..Continue Reading


In a word, yes. Hair transplants use your own hair from parts of your body with more abundant hair, usually the back of your head. Then follicular units of 1 to 4 individual hairs are harvested from that donor site, and transplanted to the thinning or bald areas. Within 10 ..Continue Reading

Pattern of Male Baldness:

Although most men rarely discuss the topic, those who suffer from male pattern baldness are in general very unhappy with their situation. Hair loss can affect every aspect of their life. Some men suffering from male pattern baldness began to experience the demoralizing telltale signs before the age of 21. ..Continue Reading

Are you having a good hair day?

This write-up is about how hairloss has a psycological impact on us. Are you having “a good hair day”? Seems like a simple, even silly, question coming from a psychologist whose work is about getting underneath the surface. But in all honesty—superficial or not—I have to say I’m familiar with ..Continue Reading

Wigs for Chemo Patients:

Chemo Therapy Wigs For many cancer patients, hair loss is the most distressing and feared side effect of chemotherapy and radiation treatment. If you don’t want anybody to know you’re losing your hair, wigs may be your answer. Hair loss is a problem for both male and female. It can ..Continue Reading


The answer is YES, We do…. Hair loss is one of the major issue/side effects of chemotherapy. People who undergo this are in real stress. We have a suggestion for you…… For more details: Login in to:    


Identifying Lice These pests are a type of insect called a parasite. They need human blood to live. Head lice usually stay close to the scalp and behind the ears. You might also spot them on the eyebrows and eyelashes. Female adult lice lay six to eight eggs a day ..Continue Reading

Why Do I Have Sores on My Head?

Sores on your head or scalp can hurt and may be embarrassing. Unless you’re skilled at taking back-of-the-head selfies, they also can be hard to see. What causes these lumps and bumps that can make things like brushing your hair painful? It can be anything from minor local infections to ..Continue Reading