February is the month of love. Even though, the 14th is mainly for romance and lovers, over time other types of love have been added to the romantic notions most people associate with Valentine’s Day. In the 21st century, we are more apt to show an appreciation of love between parents, children and friends. We often forget the importance of loving ourselves, pampering ourselves and taking care of the “one body” we are given.
Loving yourself is not as selfish as it sounds, in fact, it’s one of the most unselfish things you can do. This month consider loving yourself by trying a new routine, do something different. Start exercising, get a facial or massage to reduce stress, consult with a nutritionist to make healthier food choices. One of the perks of a healthier lifestyle can be healthy hair, skin and nails.
Hair loss in men is difficult, however society has embraced the bald man. Many men in the public eye
with receding hairlines or who are completely bald are being hailed as sex symbols. But when was the
last time a woman received the same positive attention for thinning hair?
It’s a shame…..but American society is still sexist, bald men are sexy, however women losing their hair
are made to feel shame and embarrassment. So much so, that few women chose to speak about the
problem. But they aren’t afraid to take care of the problem…that’s where we meet Jaqueline Creeks or
Jackie as she is affectionately known to her clientele.
We would like to welcome you to our new and improved website. Many of you are already familiar with our services, but as it never hurts to update you, we am happy to announce that we are opening our Beauty Boutique and Online Store, with specialized hair care, hair extensions, human hair wigs, supplies and mastectomy products. As a reminder, we are accepting appointments for new and returning customers, and the following information is a snapshot of our capabilities.
While many people are familiar with many of the things I do as a trichologist, the term “trichology” is new to many folks. For those who don’t know, a trichologist is someone who is trained to help people with scalp and hair problems, but that is stating it too simply.
Training and certification
Real trichologist are trained. They have hands-on training, and many, like myself, have gone on to advance their skills even further. By working with an experienced, caring trichologist, you can expect better results. It doesn’t matter if you are dealing with hair loss, thinning hair, or scalp issues; you want to look for someone with the right credentials. Read More
As a trichologist, I work with a lot of people who are experiencing hair loss, and the majority of these folks want to know what their options are. It seems that the moment the words “hair replacement” come out of my mouth, everyone immediately assumes that I am talking about surgical hair replacement, which is really only one type of hair replacement.
Thanks to heavy advertising and the media, it seems that many people only know about surgical hair replacement. While it is a suitable, viable solution for a lot of people, it isn’t for everyone, and this misinformation that “surgery” or baldness are the only choices lead many to decide to just let their hair go, even though there are fantastic nonsurgical solutions. Read More
There are several types of alopecia, and one of the less common and more misunderstood types is Alopecia Totalis. Even though this is a less prevalent type of hair loss, I do see several clients at the Healthy Hair Restoration Center with Alopecia Totalis.
As a trichologist, I have a special understanding of this type of alopecia, and I work with my clients to understand what is happening and what they can do to help themselves feel better.
As a leading Houston area trichologist, I see clients at the Healthy Hair Restoration Center who are affected by all sorts of hair loss. One of the most common varieties of hair loss is Androgenetic Alopecia.
There are a lot of misconceptions Androgenic Alopecia, or AGA, even among those who have it. It’s important for folks with AGA to get the right information so that they get proper treatment or are able to make the right decisions regarding hair replacement or hair restoration.
Don’t believe everything you hear about hair replacement and hair restoration. New clients often come with rumors and misinformation when they visit Healthy Hair Salon Wellness Center for the first time. As an experienced trichologist, I need to set the record straight. The following are some facts on hair restoration and replacement that should help you understand your options and set expectations for your next visit.
The holiday season is about glitz, glamour, sparkle and shine. Not only do we want our homes to glitter but WE also want to look radiant as well. As a Houston trichologist, I spend a lot of time talking with local ladies about hair.
Since I know that many clients at Healthy Hair Salon ask about the best holiday hairstyles, I wanted to share my favorite tips for holiday hair success
Trichologists see people who experience hair loss for all sorts of reasons, and I have many clients who have lost hair due to medical treatment. As you may know, a side effect of some medical therapies can be hair loss. In honor of Breast Cancer Awareness Month, I wanted to touch on this topic.
Many with cancer have trouble coping with not only their illness but with the changes in their appearance that comes from treatment. Radiation, chemotherapy, certain medications, and other medical therapies are all known to lead to hair loss.