HAIR LOSS AND ALOPECIA

Classes, type and treatments indicated for each problem.

ALOPECIA

The hair loss and alopecia can come given by internal or external factors in the person.

Although there are several types of alopecia and hair loss, there are three main groups which may include: AREATA ALOPECIA, DIFFUSE ALOPECIA and ANDROGENETIC ALOPECIA.

ALOPECIA AREATA

SUMMARY

Areata (AA) or bare plates are a fairly common form of hair loss. Approximately 2% of the general population will develop this problem at some point in their lives.

Alopecia areata (AA) is a multifactorial disease characterized by generally asymptomatic, non-scarring alopecia areas that affects approximately 2% of patients in the dermatological consultations. The AA is an autoimmune disease basis to various factors that act as triggers of acute episodes or relapses, but it is unclear what their exact involvement in the mechanism of disease production.

Alopecia areata (AA) is defined as a skin disease characterized in its limited form of alopecia plates, round or oval with well-defined margins between normal skin and the affected scalp. However, presents no scaling, induration or loss of follicular ostia. It can progress to complete loss of scalp hair and / or body and can affect the nails.

The disease can begin at any age but there has been a peak between 20 and 50 years. It affects both sexes equally. In over half of cases the disease begins before age 20 and affects up around 0.5-1% per thousand of the population.

ORIGIN OF THE PROBLEM (ETIOPATHOGENESIS)

The Alopecia areata AA affects the overall hair and nails in some patients, especially in the more pronounced cases. It starts from the presence of a peribulbar inflammatory infiltrate resulting in an interruption in the cycle of follicular development, ultimately leading to detachment of the hair. Once this action ceases infiltrated is recoverable. The Alopecia areata AA can always be reversible.

As we have commented before, disease is multifactorial and involves genetic, immunological reactions, nervous factors (stress, depression, anxiety, etc.), and to a lesser extent by viral processes, oral infections that can be mucosal infections or caries (foci of chronic infection, etc.) (see side box), and thyroid problems that typically arise in a universal alopecia.

SUGGESTED TREATMENT

Prepare the scalp using Dermo Capillary Mask (ref. 016) pre-mixed with Natural Polyplant Anti Dandruff Treatment (Ref. 017) and apply as if it were a hair dye, leave for 20 minutes, do this 1 once a week with the dirty head.

Wash at least three times weekly with Prevention Hair Loss shampoo (Ref. 001) alternating with Hair Nutrients Royal Jelly shampoo (Ref. 004)

Apply Science Control Hair Loss treatment (Ref.021) directly on the affected zones 2 times daily for 90 days.

SIMPLE AREATA

SIMPLE AREATA

MULTIPLE AREATA

MULTIPLE AREATA

UNIVERSAL AREATA

UNIVERSAL AREATA

DIFFUSE ALOPECIA

DIFFUSE, is a type of hair loss difficult to detect in a short space of time, we could say that the amount of hair that falls is greater than the amount of hair that is born or born less than those who fall. In any case, when detected, is when hair loss is more than evident.

Within this group of alopecia classify: the POST TRAUMATIC, POSTPARTUM and MENOPAUSAL, POST-FEVER and SCARRING ALOPECIA.

The POST-TRAUMATIC ALOPECIA may be caused by surgery, head injuries, hats, veils or objects of permanent friction. By chemicals that irritate or modify the scalp and hairstyles such as buns, tails, braids, etc., which affect mainly the frontal parietal area.

SUGGESTED TREATMENT

Prepare the scalp using Dermo Capillary Mask (ref. 016) pre-mixed with Natural Polyplant Anti Dandruff Treatment (Ref. 017) and apply as if it were a hair dye, leave for 20 minutes, do this 1 once a week with the dirty head.

Wash at least three times weekly with Prevention Hair Loss shampoo (Ref. 001) alternating with Hair Nutrients Royal Jelly shampoo (Ref. 004)

Apply after washing the hair DNA Pollen Treatment (Ref.013) daily for 90 days.

POST PARTUM and MENOPAUSAL ALOPECIAS: the first case by factors of estrogens (female hormone), deficit of vitamins (hypovitaminosis), deficit in trace elements like iron, calcium and magnesium.

Hair loss occurs 2 or 3 months after birth. This type of alopecia can be irreversible if not devoted special attention.

SUGGESTED TREATMENT

Prepare the scalp using Dermo Capillary Mask (ref. 016) pre-mixed with Natural Polyplant Anti Dandruff Treatment (Ref. 017) and apply as if it were a hair dye, leave for 20 minutes, do this 1 once a week with the dirty head.

Wash at least three times weekly with Prevention Hair Loss shampoo (Ref. 001) alternating with Hair Nutrients Royal Jelly shampoo (Ref. 004)

Apply after washing the hair DX2+Aminopyrimidine (Ref. 019) daily for 90 days.

POST-FEVER or INFECTIOUS, produced because of some infectious process such as syphilis or tonsillitis and when for a space of more than 15 consecutive days are suffering from a fever above 39 degrees. In the latter case, the hair loss originates from approximately 2 months after the febrile process and are usually transient if they devote the proper attention.

SUGGESTED TREATMENT

Prepare the scalp using Dermo Capillary Mask (ref. 016) pre-mixed with Natural Polyplant Anti Dandruff Treatment (Ref. 017) and apply as if it were a hair dye, leave for 20 minutes, do this 1 once a week with the dirty head.

Wash at least three times weekly with Prevention Hair Loss shampoo (Ref. 001) alternating with Hair Nutrients Royal Jelly shampoo (Ref. 004)

Apply after washing the hair DX2+Aminopyrimidine (Ref. 019) daily for 90 days.

SCARING, in this alopecia hair loss is due to the destruction of the hair follicles (capillary sacks). In general this type alopecia is irreversible, the causes are: skin infections, burns, freezing, skin destruction or cuts due to an accident, etc.

We need to understand that existing problems both in the skin and hair, which are not produced by mechanical or chemical action, is caused, directly or indirectly, in the physical or pathological sate of the person (the body or mind).

SUGGESTED TREATMENT

Sadly there is no treatment for this type of alopecia.

POST TRAUMATIC ALOPECIA

POST TRAUMATIC ALOPECIA

POST PARTUM ALOPECIA

POST PARTUM ALOPECIA

POST-FEVER OR INFECTIOUS ALOPECIA

POST-FEVER OR INFECTIOUS ALOPECIA

SCARING ALOPECIA

SCARING ALOPECIA

ANDROGENIC ALOPECIA

ANDROGENETIC, alopecia which effects approximately 85% men.

The combination of a hormone (testosterone T), with the enzyme (5alfareductasa), gives rise to the hormone (DHT) which is very damaging to the hair producing an inflammation of the sebaceous glands and a progressive shrinking of the follicle with atrophy in the papilla in each growth cycle ending in the inevitable scaring of the hair follicle completely preventing capillary regeneration.

There exist patterns established by the AGA, both for men, there are five, and for women, there are three; these patterns were established by Hamilton in 1942 and are still valid today.

The causes of this alopecia is due to genetic-hereditary factors, hormonal dysfunctions, changes in the nervous system, and above all as we have already mentioned: the action of DHT on the hair follicle receptors.

SUGGESTED TREATMENT

Androgenetic alopecia has variable treatment depending on its evolution, the maximum duration is ten  months divided into 4 phases.
Throughout the treatment we use the Dermo Capillary Mask (Ref. 016) and  the Prevention Hair loss Shampoo (Ref. 001) and Hair Nutrients Royal Jelly Shampoo (Ref. 004) alternating them and washing the hair daily in the mornings.

1st Phase.
Apply after washing Capillary Cellular Therapy Treatment (Ref. 014) daily for 90 days.

 

2nd Phase.
After 90 days stop using Capillary Cellular Therapy Treatment and apply Science Control Hair Loss Treatment (Ref. 021) twice a day for 60 days.

 

3rd Phase.
After 60 days with Science Control Hair Loss Treatment, stop using it and apply DX2 Dixidox Aminopyrimidine Treatment (Ref. 023) ½ a phial for 60 days.

 

4th Phase.
End the treatment using DNA+Pollen Treatment (Ref. 013) twice a day for 90 consecutive days.

ANDROGENIC ALOPECIA

ANDROGENIC ALOPECIA

HAMILTON STUDY

HAMILTON STUDY

BASIC TRICHOLOGY