We obsess about our hair. We moan, cry and brag about our hair; but one way or another, we are completely freaked out when we think something is messing with our mane. Depending on the style and era, hair is used to allure or express power and beauty, virility, or status. Plays, books, and movies have been penned about it, and scientists study it like the plague. Whatever your relationship to your hair, it is an indomitable force of self-consciousness and social distraction.
Hypotrichosis is an imbalance in the body’s growth and development which triggers dysfunctional hair patterns and patchy hair loss.
Trichotillomania is either a conditioned habit or an obsessive-compulsive disorder that causes a person to pick, scratch, or pull at the scalp or other body part repeatedly.
Hyperthyroidism is the underproduction of key hormones which regulate metabolism.
Amy Gibson, Founder/Client