Stop Hair Loss in it’s Tracks

 

NEW Matrix Aminexil Anti-Hair Loss Tonic is clinically proven to reduce hair loss in just 6 weeks*


*Clinical study tested on 130 subjects vs placebo for 6 weeks

It is a fact that hair loss is the number 1 hair concern amongst men and number 2 amongst women

Thinning hair can leave you feeling anxious, distressed & completely out of control.

This is where Aminexil comes in. With this daily treatment you         begin to relax knowing that your hair loss will be reduced in just 6 weeks.

Why am I losing my hair?

Hair loss is caused due to the collagen fibre at the roots of the hair follicles becoming stiffer. This suffocates the hair causing it to fall out and begin thinning.

In women this can be caused by many factors such as hormonal changes, drastic weight loss, pregnancy, menopause & chronic stress. Certain medical conditions such as Hypothyroidism, Lupus, Anaemia, Polycystic ovaries or a scalp condition can also cause the hair to thin.

In men hair loss can too be caused by drastic weight loss, chronic stress, excessive styling and certain medical conditions. However the most common reason is due to high levels of DHT, a by product of testosterone. This why when women go through the menopause they may also experience hair loss as their testosterone levels increase.

How can Aminexil help me?

Simply put, Aminexil prevents hair loss by stimulating and nourishing the scalp to prolong the life of the hair and prevent it falling.

Aminexil is one of the most efficient L’Oreal molecules at preventing hair loss. The tonic is clinically proven to stimulate the scalp and prolong hair life after only 6 weeks of usage.

How does it work?

Each pack comes with an applicator to help massage the tonic onto the roots of the hair in order to stimulate the scalp and reduce the hair loss. The tonic cannot recover hair already lost but it will help prevent and slow the process of more falling out.

Each pack contains 20 bottles and you will need 4 boxes to complete a 4 week treatment. The boxes are priced at £26 each. If you are interested in purchasing the treatment then get in touch via our website or call  01869 248 495 – Bicester /01865 727 077 – Oxford.

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Your Hair & Your Thyroid

This month we are taking a look at how health and diet can affect the condition of your hair and it’s growth.

 

To begin with we are looking at the problem of hypothyroidism with doctors estimating that 1 in 5 people will suffer some form of thyroid disease by the time they are 60, mainly women.

SO, your first question may be what is the Thyroid and what does it have to do with my hair?

 

Well, the thyroid is a gland that sits in the throat and just above the collarbone. This little gland produces hormones called T3 & T4 which control your metabolism. A person with a highly functioning thyroid gland will have a faster metabolism and so, tend to have less problems with being overweight. However if the thyroid works slower than it should then it produces less hormones. This is called hyperthyroidism which can lead to an array of problems, particularly with your hair….

 

What is Hypothyroidism?

Hypothyroidism is, to put it briefly an underactive thyroid. Too few hormones are being produced and as a result your cells are unable to work as speedily & make proteins as efficiently as they should.

 

What does it have to do with my hair?

The hair is primarily cells made from protein and so  hair cell production can be greatly reduced. In fact hair loss and hair not growing can be one of the first signs of hypothyroidism.

The Cause?

A hypothyroid can be caused by multiple factors including, genetics, a faulty immune system, dietary deficiencies, medications or a problem with the pituitary gland.

What treatment is there?

A GP will prescribe  something to speed the thyroid up, this should stop any associated hair loss in 6 weeks. However there are also things that you can do to help it along. Iodine is essential for good thyroid function and in extreme cases a deficiency can be the sole reason for hypothyroidism. Ensure that you get enough from iodine rich foods such as  shellfish and saltwater fish. For vegetarians kelp and dairy are good substitutes.  Other essential nutrients include vitamin C, selenium, & zinc

Will Hyperthyroidism affect my hair too?

 

This is the opposite of hypothyroidism and is when the metabolism is too fast, with cells using energy faster than it can be replaced. As a result the hair can thin and fall  because of the depletion of essential nutrients and fuel in the cells.