Thinning hair is a very embarrassing problem especially for women. Most of us don’t realize that the problem might be related to hormonal imbalances.ﾠAnesta Dawkins is Owner and Founder of Salon Hottie in West Palm Beach, Florida, and is an accomplished hairstylist, platform artist, and instructor. She decided to discuss the issue with Dr. Sears who developed an all natural hair care product for thinning hair, that would strengthen your hair and block the damage caused by the hormones.
One of the most embarrassing issues that we as women can struggle with is much more common than you may think. And no, it’s not menopause! It’s actually a problem that is hardly discussed in female circles: thinning hair.
So many women struggle with thinning hair, but most of us are too embarrassed to ask for help. As I thought to myself many times before – isn’t it men that are supposed to be going bald and not women? For women with thinning hair, restoring health to their hair can also restore much-needed confidence. When your hair becomes thinner and patchier as a result of age, a poor diet, or even a medical condition, it can be devastating.
I’ve been a hairstylist for more than 20 years, and my heart goes out to all of the ladies who come into my salon hoping to mask their thinning hair with a brand-new hairstyle. They’re frustrated. They’re embarrassed. They’re at the end of their ropes because they’ve tried almost every hair care product on the market.
Before panic sets in, the good news is that you don’t have to fear premature thinning of hair with age as a woman. There is a solution available to you, but first you have to get to the root of the issue.
When I discussed this common problem with my good friend Dr. Al Sears, M.D., I was interested to find that most cases of thinning hair were actually hormone related. Even though this is pretty normal for men, it can also happen to us ladies.
The hormone to blame is called dihydrotestosterone, otherwise known as DHT. Dr. Sears told me something pretty interesting about DHT.ﾠWomen struggling with thinning or receding hair usually have very high levels of DHT in their blood.
So what are we going to do about it? Dr. Sears cares just as much about restoring confidence in women as I do. He created a product calledﾠ Infuse, a spray-on strengthening formula that blocks the damage caused by the hormone DHT.
In layman’s terms,ﾠ Infuse ﾠgives your hair and scalp the nourishing vitamins and minerals it needs to promote thick, lustrous hair. Most importantly, ﾠInfuse ﾠis chock full of biotin, a form of vitamin B, which research suggests is exactly what you need to help promote the appearance of shinier, thicker and healthier hair. Biotin works to thicken the hair cuticle and increase elasticity for silky, vibrant, red carpet-worthy locks. Finally!
As if that wasn’t impressive enough,ﾠ Infuse ﾠalso contains such natural ingredients as fenugreek, panax ginseng root, and the amino acids Arginine, acetyl tyrosine, citrulline and ornithine HCL. Fenugreek has been used in traditional Chinese medicine for over 2,000 years to promote full, thick hair growth. Panax ginseng root stimulates scalp circulation, which enhances hair depth and thickness. And this group of amino acids works as the building blocks of your hair structure – just as Mother Nature intended.
What stuck out most for me aboutﾠ Infuseﾠ is the fact that it is completely free from harmful chemicals. I don’t know about you, but it just doesn’t make sense to treat thinning hair with harsh chemicals that have the potential to damage your scalp even further!
Thinning hair can be devastating for anyone, but women especially need all the help that we can get to bring that volume and life back into our hair. I’ve been using ﾠInfuse ﾠmyself along my hairline because I have to admit that I’ve overdone it with a few too many hair weaves and chemical treatments over the years. And it’s really made a difference. It’s no wonder that ﾠInfuseﾠ is so popular with my female clients in my salon – it can finally make you feel like yourself again.
Keep on Stylin’!