Los Angeles, CA -- (SBWIRE) -- 06/21/2016 -- Hair is a matter of concern for everyone, either how to improve it or how to retain it. Rescue My Hair was launched as a one-stop informational and educational website to help individuals make informed decisions about their hair care products and address issues of hair loss.
"Hair is much more than a covering for your head," said Laventine. "Hair, or the lack of it, can result in a lack of confidence and even depression."
Rescue My Hair explores a wide variety of traditional and modern products for managing hair loss, along with beneficial essential oils, shampoos and conditioners. Visitors to the site will learn about the medical causes associated with hair loss and measures they can employ to rejuvenate growth or cover a thinning pate, along with the benefits of scalp massage for stimulating hair growth.
Hair undergoes three distinct growth cycles and can be disturbed for any number of reasons, from illness and medication to chemicals and stress. Rescuemyhair.net examines alopecia, a condition that affects both genders, resulting in bald spots that can occur anywhere on the scalp, complete hair loss, and even the loss of hair on the entire body.
A flowing mane of healthy hair isn't just a concern for men. An increasing number of women are experiencing hair loss and thinning tresses. Women are most likely to notice loss in their 50s and 60s, but younger women are also affected and certain hairstyles are significant contributors to thinning locks.
Rescue My Hair provides information about natural treatments from around the world to stimulate growth and enhance hair's natural appearance. The site investigates green tea, biotin and olive oil for restoring hair, along with coconut and jojoba oil. Also featured is tea tree oil, a centuries old remedy for hair loss that has the added advantages of antibacterial, antifungal and antiviral properties.
The launch of http://www.rescuemyhair.net provides individuals with a single resource to learn about hair loss, natural hair treatments, the best shampoos and conditioners, and scalp massage to restore hair and keep locks looking luxurious. The website offers readers information they can use immediately to begin addressing hair loss and preserve existing growth.
About Rescue My Hair
Rescue My Hair is a small blog created by Steven Laventine who, in the past, had issues with alopecia which caused him to lose confidence and his love of life. He explains his lifelong fight against hair loss and journey to a full, healthy head of hair.