Hair Loss Remedies by MasterStylist Lori Veltri

Although hair loss may seem more prominent in men, women are nearly as likely to lose, or have thinning hair as they age. Most women notice it in their 50s or 60s, but it can happen at any age and for a variety of reasons. How well hair grows is a result of what is happening inside your body. Things that interfere with typical growth cycles —like medications, illness, infection, or chemicals—have the potential to stop hair from being properly formed.

There is also a wide range of conditions that can bring on hair loss. Some of the most common indicators being pregnancy, thyroid disorders and anemia. Others include autoimmune diseases, polycystic ovary syndrome (PCOS), and skin conditions such as psoriasis and seborrheic dermatitis. Other reasons for hair loss include extreme stress: physical trauma like surgery or intense illness; dramatic weight loss over a short period of time; and taking too much Vitamin A. Hair loss can occur a couple of weeks to six months after any of these experiences.

Hairdreams Volume + MicroLines Lori Veltri For Hair Loss

Luckily, for most of these issues, the hair grows back or the loss can be reversed with medical treatments. It’s important to see a dermatologist or endocrinologist to determine and treat the issue(s).

Meanwhile, for those women whose thinning hair is causing more stress or causing self-image damage, there is a solution! It’s called Hairdreams Volume + . This method includes Hairdreams Laserbeamer Nano and Hairdreams MicroLines.

The MicroLines method is ideally suited to give people with thin hair in the crown area their natural hair fullness back, even with advanced hair loss. This system is permanently attached and can be worn over the course of many months and feel like one’s own hair.

Contact me for a free and no obligation consultation and let me help you love your hair again.

Lori Veltri-Studio LV 714.742.1962

Before Hairdreams Volume + MicroLines with Hair loss

Before and After Hair Dreams Volume + MicroLines with Lori Veltri

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