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David Beckham Talks About His Hair and HOUSE 99


David Beckham launches new grooming line, HOUSE 99


HOUSE 99 is a new global men’s grooming and skincare brand, founded by David Beckham, in partnership with L’OrĂ©al Luxe, with the ambition to demystify men’s grooming needs and encourage self-expression and style experimentation.

The complete HOUSE 99 collection offers 21 dynamic hair, skin, beard and body products to deliver holistic and diverse grooming solutions for every male skin and hair types. The entire range has been created, tested and approved by David Beckham, from the formula, to the product name, design and packaging, with the aim to mirror David’s own style rituals and deliver grooming excellence.


Here, David Beckham gives us an insight into his hairstyles and grooming routine...

Please contact Nisha.SMITH@loreal.com for further information on HOUSE 99.

How To Stop a Receding Hairline



Is there a way to put an end to a receding hairline


A receding hairline is a form of baldness often referred to as a widow’s peak. Genetic factors and ageing cause a receding hairline. Receding at the temples, or otherwise known as 'frontal hair loss', generally becomes an issue for males in their early 20s and early 30s.

For most men, a receding hairline is the first phase of male pattern baldness.  The receding at the temples is then usually followed by thinning at the crown region of the scalp.  But we have to take into account that not all men who suffer from early frontal hair loss will eventually go completely bald.  The vast majority of men will experience some form of receding, but for many men this is just the development of a 'mature hairline'.

Nevertheless, there are ways you can stop a receding hairline, and here we go through some of the most effective, tried and tested ways in which you can halt your frontal hair loss issues.

Eat Healthy


A healthy diet that is rich in protein and filled with good carbohydrates and healthy fats, will enable you to get the very best from your hair.  Be sure to get plenty of essential 'hair foods' into your daily diet, such as avocados, eggs, broccoli, lentils, and fruits.  The better you feed your hair, the less likely it will fall out.

For more information about hair foods, you can read the article 10 Foods That Prevent Hair Loss.

Go Easy on the Styling Product


Too much hairstyling can lead to unnatural forms of shedding, which is why you should put less in your hair for healthier hair growth. That's not to say you can't style your hair and make it look nice. Just go easy on the product and try to avoid overdoing it, because many men make the fatal mistake of overusing hair product in order to hide a receding hairline.


Take Multi-Vitamin Hair Supplements


There are a number of multi-vitamin hair supplements on the market that can help reduce shedding and prevent the effects of a receding hairline.  It is very unlikely that any of these types of products will regrow lost hair, but they can certainly slow down and prevent hair loss if taken early enough.  Many men suffering from early stages of baldness (Norwood 2-3) have experienced excellent results when taking multi-vitamin hair supplements to treat their receding hairline.

Read about the most effective multi-vitamin hair supplements: Supplements for Treating Hair Loss

Frontal Hair Transplant Surgery


It is widely thought that having a hair transplant is the most cost-effective and attractive way to re-establish a receding hairline and combat frontal hair loss. A hair transplant procedure is conducted by using one-hair follicular unit hair grafts. Subsequently, a doctor takes the one-hair grafts and implants them on your frontal hairline in an irregular, weaving pattern.  As good as this type of treatment sounds, it should be noted that even this advanced way of combating hair loss is not guaranteed to work. Results vary with each individual.


Live Well

It's really no secret that the better your lifestyle is, the healthier your hair will be.  It's like anything in life - you are what you eat,and your body will be the result of how you treat it.  The same theory applies to your hair.  If you exercise, eat well and take good care of yourself, it will only benefit your strands for the long term.  Yes, male pattern baldness is indeed genetic, but doing the simple things in life can help prevent shedding to a certain extent, and help leave your hair looking and feeling better.

Rahua® Hair Care Solutions for Her


A beautifying collection of hair care essentials for her


Rahua's story begins deep in the Amazon rainforest thousands of years ago where the women of the Quechua-Shuar tribe discovered the beautifying properties of Rahua oil. The oil’s fortifying and shine-inducing effect on hair and nourishing and lasting glow on skin, quickly elevated it to an honoured ingredient that has solidified its place in Amazonian beauty rituals for centuries.

In the 1990’s the women of the Quecha-Shuar tribe revealed this ancient beauty practise to renowned New York City hairstylist, colourist and advocate for the conservation of the Amazon, Fabian Lliguin, a native Ecuadorian of Quechua descent.

Today, Fabian and his wife and partner, Anna Ayers, have created Amazon Beauty® to transport you to a place un-changed, un-touched and unveil its abundance of restorative ingredients that will reconnect you to Mother Nature.

RAHUA: Rainforest Grown Beauty


Upon seeing the effects of Rahua oil on the hair of the Quechua-Shuar women, Lliguin decided to test its potency to see if this cherished ingredient could work the same wonders on his own clients anywhere in the world. He formulated a plant-derived hair care line built upon, and named after, one of the Amazon’s best-kept beauty secrets – Rahua.

The effects were nearly instantaneous – the Rahua® hair care products not only preserved and protected hair but also revitalised and strengthened damaged hair. The secret to Rahua's outstanding performance lies in the science of its molecular structure. Unlike other botanical oils or widely-used silicones that only coat strands’ exterior, the extraordinarily small Rahua oil molecule deeply penetrates the hair’s cortex – bonding and repairing it – while simultaneously smoothing the hair’s cuticle.

For healthy, lustrous, gorgeous hair!


Today, Amazon Beauty® features Rahua, Palo Santo and Morete oils as star ingredients in the Rahua® hair care collection and Rahua, Sacha Inchi, and Morete oils as the miracle Amazonian ingredients for its body care collection. These oils are sourced and processed by the women and men of the Quechua-Shuar and neighbouring indigenous nations in accordance with the traditional, sustainable methods and rituals that have been passed down for generations.

So passionately committed to creating the cleanest, most effective and sustainable products on the market, Amazon Beauty® Inc. have devised its own standard called, Symbiotic®. Meaning a Symbiotic® ingredient must be harvested from virgin forests in the Amazon, cultivated and obtained using the same, traditional methods used by Amazonian tribes for centuries.

All Rahua® products are vegan, organic, sulfate-free, paraben-free, gluten-free, cruelty-free and support indigenous economies. Amazon Beauty® is dedicated to the preservation of the Amazon rainforest and the indigenous people that live there. In the process of bringing the Amazon’s greatest products to you, Amazon Beauty® Inc. has committed itself to building sustainable communities and creating learning centres within the Amazon rainforest.


The Complete Hair Care Kit by Hims


Four potent hair loss solutions for men


Hims is a combination of products that covers all the base, with four formulas that are designed to combine to help prevent the rate of hair fall and increase the amount of healthy growth in men.

Decent hair care products are hard to find these days, so it is very refreshing to see four come along at once, from the same brand.  The Complete Hair Care Kit by Hims does not contain anything that is revolutionary, and it certainly isn't a cure for male baldness, but these are good products for hair loss, and they can work well when used in conjunction with each other.

So, what are the four products, and how exactly can they help with male pattern baldness and general hair health?  Here, we take a look at each of the products in Hims's Complete Hair Care Kit...


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Finasteride is FDA approved


Finasteride, more commonly branded as Propecia, is a medically approved pill that treats hair loss in men.  This potent drug does not cure the effects of baldness, but it can help stop the pattern of shedding and help increase the rate of hair growth in men who suffer from early stages of thinning hair.  Finasteride does come with some potential side-effects such as low libido, erectile dysfunction, and skin rash, but as a hair loss treatment it has proved to be quite effective.


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Minoxidil is the only medically approved topical hair loss treatment


There are literally thousands of topical hair products, and that's not including shampoos, but the only one that is FDA approved for treating baldness is minoxidil.  Minoxidil is branded under quite a few lines on the market, most notably Regaine (Rogaine in the US), with 5% solution for men and 2% solution for women.  This formula will not produce miracles, but it can help regrow some lost hair caused by pattern baldness and seasonal shedding.


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A DHT blocking Shampoo


There has not been any scientific study that conclusively reveals any form of shampoo to treat hair loss and thinning hair.  However, there are certain shampoos that can help minimise the effects of baldness and shedding.  Hims Shampoo contains DHT blocking properties ketoconazole, pumpkin seed oil, and saw palmetto, along with other key ingredients that claim to help slow down the effects of hair fall.


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Hair Vitamins for healthy hair growth


Multi-vitamin hair health supplements have become increasingly popular with men and women who are trying to tackle hair loss safely and effectively.  These types of products are a safe alternative to the potentially harsher pills in the form of finasteride.  Hims Hair Vitamins is a simple formula that contains a number of key vitamins including Biotin - to help aid the growth of healthy hair.  Taking this supplement daily can benefit your hair, and help make it healthier.

For more information on Hims, please visit their official website: https://www.forhims.com/

Why Do We Worry About Hair Loss in January?

 

New Year, Same Old Worry... 


Why is it that so many of us worry more about our hair in January than in any other month of the year?  January is not just a month for gym memberships, diet plans and new jobs - it is also a very lucrative month for hair loss treatment companies and services.  

Do we suffer from hair loss more during the turn of the new year, or are we just more prone to worrying about baldness after the festive season?  Here, we bring you a list reasons why so many of us worry about our hair the most during the month of January. 

A time for reflecting


So many of us tend to do a lot of reflecting at the turn of the new year - how we can improve ourselves, our lives and our relationships with others around us, and as a result, this process makes us look at ourselves long and hard. January is a time for 'doing', and trying to prevent hair loss is no different to joining a gym and shifting the weight we gained during the festive rush.

Constant exposure to adverts


Many hair care companies tend to heavily advertise their products and treatments on TV and across the internet during the first month of the year. So, even if hair loss was ever the slightest of concerns to you, it will likely become a much bigger worry for you when you are constantly seeing hair loss adverts every day. 

Low self-esteem


You might not know it, but many of us are at our lowest in the first couple of weeks of the new year. After a care-free festive season, the turn of the new year brings us back to reality, and much of that reality is facing up to our worries, including trying to deal with balding and thinning hair. 

An optimistic outlook for the new year


The best way to counter low self-esteem is to be optimistic, and that's one of the reasons why hair loss treatments sell so well during January.  Many of us want to act fast and take control of our new year resolutions, and that includes things such as weight loss, health, career progression, and of course hair loss. 

We notice more hair fall in January


It's true what they say: Your hair is what you eat. Well, your hair is actually what you eat, drink and how you live, to be precise.  The vast majority of us tend to indulge for three to four weeks of the festive season, and we roll into the new year a few pounds heavier and a lot less healthier.  If you eat junk food, drink lots of alcohol, and avoid daily exercise, then it's not only your health that suffers - it's your hair too! 


New Year Tips for Better Hair


Top tips to achieving better hair in 2018


Most of us tend to worry about our hair at the turn of the new year, and it's no coincidence that hair care products and treatments experience the most sales during the first month of the year.  When it comes to our hair, if there is a time to act, it is usually now.

So, to get your new year off the the best possible start, in no particular order, here a some handy tips that will help get your strands in tip top shape for the new year ahead...

Try new products


You've probably got a set of products and treatments that you are happy with, and as effective as your hair care routine may be, there is no harm in trying new products on your locks.  Many of us tend to close off the possibilities of trying new things when it comes to looking after our follicles, but to get the very best out of your strands, it is always a good idea to freshen things up by trying something new.  Don't underestimate how many different products are out there.

Protect your hair this winter


For many of us, the turn of the new year is slap bang in the middle of winter season.  Winter can play absolute havoc on our strands, leaving them dry, damaged and flaky. This can be countered with a good hair care routine that is specifically catered for the colder months of the year.  Bear in mind that seasonal shedding is process that differs with each individual, so if you are prone to shedding more hair in winter, be sure to treat your locks with high-protein solutions.

Don't panic!


With so many of us worrying about our hair in January, the thing to remember is not to panic! When it comes to treating baldness, the biggest mistake many of us make is that we are far too quick to try every product and treatment under the sun, without any knowledge of what they actually do.  When treating hair loss, you need to be calm and considered.  Do your research and settle on a simple hair care routine that stands the best chance of helping you halt the balding process.

Act fast


If you have noticed your hair getting thinner, or receding at the temples, then we would strongly recommend that you act fast.  The longer you leave the issue of balding, the less chance you will have of preventing hair loss.  So, be sure to seek advice from a specialist, research some potential treatments, and start making changes to your diet and lifestyle.  The healthier you are, the better your hair will be. And just remember, if you are starting to lose your hair, don't worry because there is a solution out there for just about everyone.

Top 50 Hair Loss Treatments: #1 Skalp (Scalp Micropigmentation)


#1 Skalp (Scalp Micropigmentation)


It's smart, affordable, it provides a great solution for men and women who suffer from baldness and patchy alopecia, and it has revolutionised the whole hair loss treatment industry.  Skalp uses micropigmentation to help men and women look and feel a whole lot better about losing their hair.

So, what exactly is Scalp Micropigmentation (SMP)?


SMP consists of having your scalp tattooed with tiny dots that resemble the appearance of stubble, which gives you the appearance of having a shaved head. Unlike a hair transplant, there’s no invasive surgery, no scarring and no down time.  What's more, this procedure can also be done on women who suffer from patchy symptoms of alopecia and thinning at the parting region of the scalp.

Losing hair can be one of the most soul-sapping things to go through for most of us, but even for those of us who are not overly bothered about hair loss, Skalp offers a viable solution for everyone - and correcting a receding hairline or/and a balding crown is just the start of what the Skalp procedure can actually do. 

The Treatment 


Skalp have a number of clinics scattered across the UK and US.  Typically you can expect three sittings on average. The first treatment is just the foundation, with a layer of tiny dots spanned across the entirety of the bald areas. The second treatment provides the next layer of the tiny dots. The second treatment fortifies the work done in the first session. The third session added another layer of tiny dots.  For the most part, this treatment is painless, but some pain may be experienced at the third stage, but more of a bearable pain.



Who Should Use Skalp?


For guys who already shave their head or have gotten used to having closely cropped hair, Skalp provides an immediate, cost effective and perfect solution to hair loss backed up by great staff, a great approach and a great after sales service. Scalp Micropigmentation is a great solution to hair loss and male pattern baldness.


This treatment not only gives the cropped look for men, but women who suffer from patchy bald spots and thinning scalp can also use the Skalp treatment to great effect.  Skalp is diverse enough to cater for many kinds of hair loss needs, including longer hair. 

How Much Does Skalp Cost?


Treatment cost depends on the level of pigmentation required, but as a guide 3 treatments for a Norwood scale level 3-4 pattern balding will cost around £2000 and full coverage of a completely bald head will cost £3000 plus VAT.  This may seem expensive, but if you compare it to a hair transplant at up to £30,000, you really are getting great value for your money with Skalp, and you're also solving your hair loss problem instantly!

For more information
Call 0845 094 1516 or visit www.skalp.com

 
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