Female, Late-20s, Alopecia Areata

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Testimonial for the month of DECEMBER 2018! Audrey has been suffering from Alopecia Areata for years and have not managed to find a solution for her problem until last September when she contacted us. After using a full set of our products for 2 months, she has gotten amazing results. We were overjoyed when we received an update from her. She has volunteered to share her testimonial to encourage more people with hair loss problem to step forward so they can be helped as well.

PS: Lately there are a few haters on our Facebook page accusing us for marketing products that doesn’t work. We would like to plead with these haters to stop commenting negatively as we are trying our best to help those who suffer from hair loss. We understand that some of these haters had bad experience before using other brands of anti hair loss products that didn’t work for them but please don’t vent your frustration on us. We have managed to help countless individuals overcome their hair loss problem. #haters #hatersgonnahate #december2018 #alopeciaareata #hairgrowthsolution #fastresults #naturalingredients #chemicalfree #haircareproducts #alcoholfree #thickerhair #morevolume #healthierscalp


Alopecia areata, also known as spot baldness, is a condition in which hair is lost from some or all areas of the body. Often it results in a few bald spots on the scalp, each about the size of a coin. Psychological stress may result. People are generally otherwise healthy. In a few, all the hair on the scalp or all body hair is lost and loss can be permanent.

Alopecia areata is believed to be an autoimmune disease resulting from a breach in the immune privilege of the hair follicles. Risk factors include a family history of the condition. Among identical twins if one is affected the other has about a 50% chance of also being affected. The underlying mechanism involves failure by the body to recognize its own cells with subsequent immune mediated destruction of the hair follicle.

There is no cure for the condition. Efforts may be used to try to speed hair regrowth such as cortisone injections. Sunscreen, head coverings to protect from cold and sun, and glasses if the eyelashes are missing is recommended.  In some cases the hair regrows and the condition does not reoccur. In others hair loss and regrowth occurs over years. Among those in whom all body hair is lost less than 10% recover.

About 0.15% of people are affected at any one time and 2% of people are affected at some point in time. Onset is usually in childhood. Males and females have the condition in equal numbers. The condition does not affect a person’s life expectancy.

Source: Wikipedia


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