I'm 71. In a few years I'll be bald half my life. I don't even think about it growing back. Most of my friends decided to stop colouring their hair when Co19 hit. Sometimes I feel I'm missing out on a rite of passage.
Added by Pat on July 21, 2021 at 12:54am — No Comments
Participate in a study to understand well-being and experiences of stigma among adults dealing with hair loss. This is an anonymous,…Continue
Added by Cheryl, Co-founder on May 24, 2021 at 10:41pm — No Comments
Did you know that we are not only the owner of AlopeciaWorld.com, but we are also photographers?
I met Michelle online and immediately connected with her. This session started as a boudoir shoot and ended as a self-journey. It was very touching and real as the photographs reveal a story of entering into self-acceptance.
"Change is hard at first, messy in the middle, and gorgeous at the end. Four years…Continue
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Added by Mike Staffieri RHN on April 7, 2021 at 8:30am — No Comments
Hello < Give me one good reason why? When i have already lost every hair on my body which started while in the Military at the age of 57
now i will be 63 next month. So why a study that does not or may not bring results??
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Right after I lost my hair this week in 2008 at age 56, I was in contact with two women who were putting together a documentary or a blog about alopecia - I don't remember what - named Margaret and Laura, out of NYC. They interviewed me via Skype but I never found out what, if anything happened with that production. Recently I did find a Facebook page for them: …Continue
I signed up to participate in an alopecia study I thought why not what could it hurt ? I’ve already lost all my hair so there’s nothing to worry about there . But then I think what if my hair grows back? Then I think if it doesn’t help me maybe it will help someone else someone young.Alopecia is devastating for me as an adult I can’t imagine having it as a child or a teenager.But now I’m kind of having second thoughts. I’m kind of worried about the medication I’d be putting into my body…Continue
Join me and a group of incredible women with alopecia in a Let's Talk webinar!
Adulting can be described as learning to navigate grown-up things and have responsibilities, such as finding full-time employment, paying bills, dating, and relationships, and more. Adulting can be filled with many ups and downs, let alone navigating it with alopecia.
I have come across a site hairstemstore.com that sells topical stem cells which seem to be gaining a lot of attention the last few years.
Has any one heard of this?
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An old quote goes “the worst loneliness is to not be comfortable with yourself.” When it comes to coping with insecurities after hair loss, you’ve got to embrace positivity. Remember that you yourself, as much as anybody in the entire universe deserves your love and affection.
As every cloud has a silver lining, always take things positively. Don’t…Continue
Added by Ericka on November 1, 2020 at 5:00am — No Comments
My baby girl was 11 months when she lost all of her her within a couple of weeks, then two months later eyebrows and eyelashes. She is 20 months now and she has white little fuzz hair and white eyelashes and eyebrows. We have another appointment with pediatrician dermatologist in January, till then I would love to connect with parents who have same problem and I hope to find out more stories.
All the best to everyone!
It’s possible to conceal early signs of balding by using a concealer or bald spot spray. This is a temporary fix and might come in handy if you’ve just started shedding. They don’t get to the root of the problem. A good bald spot spray typically contains nanofibers and dyes.
So, when you apply it on the affected spots, it entwines with your existing hair provide coverage to areas where it’s needed most. These nanofibers are made from keratin which is the exact same natural material…Continue
BE PROUD AND BE VISIBLE by flooding social media
with your International Alopecia Day photos and greetings!
IAD is a way to raise public awareness, AND to…Continue
Added by Cheryl, Co-founder on July 29, 2020 at 1:30pm — No Comments
I don’t have Alopecia, anxiety or depression. I haven’t had suicidal thoughts roam the sacred space of my mind, nor have I been bullied for my appearance. I am not familiar with the feeling of a panic attack or crippling social anxiety and, I have never felt so deeply overcome with mental pain that I couldn’t breathe. But - I was there for Leon through all of the above and this absolutely devastated me.
When you love someone, everything becomes a simultaneous…Continue
We hope our story raises awareness about the devastating psychological and physical effects of alopecia, brings some comfort to others dealing with mental health issues and is a reminder to never question, assume, judge or comment on someone’s appearance.
“Sorry, I didn’t recognise you mate” – the unintentional and heartbreaking words that Leon has heard daily for quite some time now. Also a strong motivator that it was time to go public with this.
So, what did happen to Leon?…Continue
Added by Jess Tsigros on July 20, 2020 at 2:00am — No Comments