A Comprehensive Approach to Hair Health For Men & Women
At Lennox Aesthetics we take a whole person approach to aesthetic medicine. Through this approach we’re able to treat some of the most common causes of hair loss for men and women. Once we’ve worked with you to get an understanding of lifestyle factors that may be contributing to hair loss we will recommend a personalized combination of treatments to strengthen and regrow your hair.
These may include:
Infrared light therapy
Infrared light therapy is thought to work by promoting the production of adenosine triphosphate (ATP), which is a molecule that provides energy to cells. By increasing ATP production in the hair follicles, infrared light therapy may help to stimulate hair growth.
Supplementation and hair care
We’ve partnered with Nutrafol to be able to bring our Clients the best at home care products for hair health. Nutrafol® is built on a science-backed approach to whole-body wellness and hair health. Their products are clinically tested and physician-formulated to support different bio-specific needs during various life stages and lifestyles so that you can grow into the best version of yourself.
Both men and women can experience hair loss, and there are several reasons why this may happen:
- Genetic factors: Male pattern baldness, or androgenetic alopecia, is a hereditary condition that causes hair to thin and eventually fall out in a specific pattern. Female pattern baldness is similar but affects women in a different pattern.
- Hormonal changes: Women may experience hair loss during menopause or pregnancy due to changes in hormone levels. Men may also experience hair thinning or loss as a result of changes in their hormones or due to hormone replacement therapy treatments.
- Medical conditions: Certain medical conditions can cause hair loss, such as thyroid problems, autoimmune disorders, and scalp infections.
- Medications: Some medications can cause hair loss as a side effect, including chemotherapy drugs, blood thinners, and antidepressants.
- Nutritional deficiencies: A lack of certain nutrients, such as iron, zinc, and vitamin D may lead to hair thinning or loss.
- Physical or emotional stress: Intense physical or emotional stress can cause temporary hair loss, known as telogen effluvium, by pushing hair follicles into a resting phase.
- Hairstyling: Certain hairstyles, such as tight braids or ponytails, can cause hair loss over time due to tension on the hair follicles.