Solutions for hair loss

Understanding Dihydrotestosterone (DHT) and its Effects on Hair Loss

There are many reasons why you may be experiencing hair loss and/or thinning. Causes for hair loss in both men and women include genetics, diet, stress, environment, medication side effects, autoimmune diagnosis, and medical issues. Our evidence-based approach begins with answering the question ‘WHY’ and from there crafting an individualized treatment plan for each client. We accomplish this by a …

Scalp Micro-pigmentation [SMP] Client Success Story

Scalp Micro-pigmentation [SMP] is a non-invasive treatment. Using customized micro-needles to deposit pigment into the scalp. The result creates the appearance of tiny hair follicles that help thicken and restore the look of less scalp, less hair transparency, resulting in a fuller hair appearance. If you are a male or female with transparent hair (too much scalp is showing), or …

Alopecia DX testing for thinning hair

Why Am I Losing My Hair?

Many of our clients experiencing hair thinning and hair loss are left with a lot of unanswered questions. Here at HPIHair, we want to help our clients get to the root cause of their hair loss. Our AlopeciaDX blood testing is customized to your needs.  Alopecia Areata, Androgenetic Alopecia, Stress, Thyroid, etc….  are just a few conditions causing early-stage thinning …

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5 Ways LaserCap™ Works to Re-Grow Your Hair

LaserCap®, the original take-home, FDA Cleared Medical Device for hair regrowth, delivers a specific form of light directed from a special sort of laser, to promote new hair growth.  How does that interaction actually work? Well, without getting too technical, by treating the base of your hair follicles, our proprietary redlight energy is able to stimulate and re-energize the mitochondria …

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Hair Loss Clinical Studies & Trials

Alopecia affects millions of people around the world and does not discriminate against age, gender, and ethnicity. Androgenic alopecia, male or female patterned baldness, is one of the most common types of alopecia; however, alopecia areata, totalis, and universalis also affect a large part of the population. Because so many people worldwide are affected, there are continuous on-going studies to …