Three Most Common Forms of Hair Loss

There are approximately 30 million women in the U.S. and Canada who go through hair loss/hair thinning. With this in mind, hair loss and hair thinning is very common– not just among men, but even women. Elline Surianello, CEO and Founder of LeMetric, goes over the most common forms of hair loss and hair thinning in the video below. Be sure to subscribe to our YouTube channel to receive news and tips on all things hair. If you have any questions or concerns you want us to address in our Q&A videos, please comment in the post or email them to

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6 thoughts on “Three Most Common Forms of Hair Loss

  1. Julie

    Hairloss is something that dramatically influences the life of a person. It is hard to cope with mentally, and it is of crucial importance to have a hope that your hair will regrow. I was lucky to find this hope for myself. One of the doctors I have consulted recommended me Hair Gain Formula by Military Grade. It nurtures hair, but most importantly, it lowers the level of prostaglandin D2, which causes hair loss when elevated. I’ve been taking it for 6 months, and it looks like my hair loss has decreased. The doctor said I should take it for at least 3 years in order to achieve sustainable results but the basic thing for me is to keep positive results.

  2. more detail

    In my perspective mostly the effectiveness thing is stress to cause hair loss in Men but in women hormonal changes, deficiency of food & environmental genetic effect the hair loss. so i recommended to every one for hair treatment.

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