If you've seen a great deal of extra hair about your pillow, brush, or shower drain, or you have noticed odd little bald spots inside the mirror, you might have an autoimmune disorder called alopecia areata. Alopecia areata is well-known as a polygenic disease. ” This means that, unlike a single-gene disease, both parents must contribute a number… Read More

Calvicie areata (AA) is the patchy loss of curly hair on the scalp or body. Note: alopecia areata itself won't damage your general health and thus not treating will not lead to any standard health problems. When considering any treatment choices, you should take into account the possible side-effects that some of the treatments may have. Also, trea… Read More

Every time when I feel just like my discussion about Aclaris Therapeutics and their soft topical JAK inhibitors for treating androgenetic alopecia (AGA) is finally done for at least 3 a few months, some new surprise arises. I say surprise” mainly because the company has not even as yet commenced Phase 1 clinical tests for their AGA product ( see… Read More

Alopecia areata (AA) is the patchy reduction of hair on the scalp or body. Nail changes: Research shows that nail changes happen in ten to 32 percent of patients with alopecia areata. The intensity of the changes corresponds with the extent of baldness. Some common changes include nail pitting (depressions within your fingernails or toenails), rou… Read More

Alopecia areata: This kind of disease causes hair loss and often occurs in otherwise healthy people. Rosemary oil is commonly used to enhance hair thickness and growth. It works simply by increasing cellular metabolism that stimulates hair growth. Analysis shows that applying rosemary oil topically could be as powerful as minoxidil, the treatment … Read More