Yes and No.
Manufacturers of hair care shampoos take the utmost care when developing their products and these have to undergo strict quality control as well as clinical trials on people with real hair to see that the shampoos and other products do not damage hair.
But even with all this care taken to see that shampoos are safe for use, there are many chemicals in shampoos, some of which your skin may have an allergic reaction to and cause your hair to fall. But the good news is that it will be a temporary case of "hair fall" and not hair loss. Once you switch brands, even your hair fall problem should be taken care of.
Real hair loss is due to hereditary, hormonal and dietary factors. If hair is coming out in clumps, or you notice circular patches of balding spots, however, that is a sign of real head hair loss.
Many times when people change their shampoos they pay more attention to their hair and scalp. If at this time their hair appears shinier and manageable they naturally credit the shampoo. In the same vein, if they see that something is not quite right and they are losing hair, then obviously the shampoo gets blamed irrespective of whether the hair loss has just started or has been going on for some time.
The fact is that whichever shampoo you use while washing your hair, you are going to experience hair fall due to the simple act of washing. The acceptable range of hair loss is about 100 strands of hair a day. This amount of hair fall is normal and does not constitute hair loss.
Chemical procedures such as 'hair perming', vigorous combing of wet hair, and brushing of hair can also cause you to lose hair and this should not be blamed on the shampoo that you use.
The fact of the matter is that although shampoos do make your hair fall, it is normal hair loss and there is no evidence to suggest that using shampoos results in hair loss irrespective of which type you use.
There are many reasons for hair fall....some of them can be due to Faulty hair...mental worries and lack of vitamins....sometimes it can be hereditary.....or due to unclean condition of scalp...if u go on changing your shampoos and conditioner then too you can have hair fall.....stress can also be a major cause for hair loss....constantly being under medication can also cause hair loss and other hair problems......
Hair products do not cause hair loss, but they can dry out the hair if they contain high levels of alcohol. Some cause hair color fading as well. This is why it is important to purchase professional products.
Not necessarily, but some drugs do have side effects and hair loss could be one of these.
Treatments for women are similar to those for men. Rogaine makes products for hair loss. Women have also been prescribed estrogen to try to offset hair loss. There are also special shampoos, some of a vinegar base, that can help prevent or reduce loss.
Stress is the main cause of premature hair loss. There are also illnesses that can cause it such as various alopecia and as a result of radiotherapy treatment.
There are many scalp treatments one can use for hair loss. Many shampoos and conditioners such as Nioxin have specially designed formulas to help with hair loss. Many home remedies such as coconut oil mixed with tea tree oil have also been known to promote hair growth.
Some of the causes of hair loss can be either genetic or allergy related. Those with hair loss may have a genetic deficiency that causes them to lose their hair. Another cause of hair loss can be severe or chronic allergies, specifically eczema.
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No, it does not. There are many different types of chemotherapy medications, some of which do not cause hair loss, and some that have a high probability of causing it. Even when taking a medication with a high probability of hair loss it may not cause you to lose it at all.
Yes, fungus can cause hair loss. Some fungus make your scalp very dry while others can eat away your hair. Medicated shampoo prescribed by a doctor can help your hair a lot.
It is usually stress or genetics that cause hair loss and not allergies. If you have been stressed out you could well lose some hair. If you are a male and have thinning hair take a look at your father and see what his hairline is like. I have heard that men get their hair loss from their mother's genes. check out on the web any medications you are taking as some may have side effects of hair loss. Of course you know that Chemo is one culprit that causes hair loss.