Homoeopathy for a beautiful hair

Hair related problems like early greying concerns a large chunk of population. Thinning of hair, patchy hair loss (alopecia areata) are another cause of concern. Homoeopathy offers a wide range of solution to all above problems, since it not only boosts your immune system, but also trains the body for effective safe balancing of hormones. It covers male pattern baldness, scaling of scrap (psoriatic scales), And prevents hair roots from getting fibrosed.

  • Androgenetic alopecia (male& female pattern baldness)
  • Alopecia areata
  • Scarring alopecia
  • Physical damage or defect
  • Infection related hair loss (e.g. tinea capitis or folliculitis)
  • General hair thinning because of endocrine disorders.

Hair and scalp diseases encompass a range of conditions that affect the hair follicles, scalp, and hair shaft. Here are some common examples: 

  1. Dandruff: Characterised by flaking and itching of the scalp due to increased shedding of dead skin cells. It is often caused by a combination of factors including oily skin, yeast overgrowth, and sensitivity to hair care products.
  2. Alopecia Areata: An autoimmune disorder that causes hair loss in patches on the scalp or other parts of the body. It occurs when the immune system attacks hair follicles.
  3. Tinea Capitis: Also known as scalp ringworm, it is a fungal infection of the scalp that can cause hair loss, scaling, and sometimes inflammation.
  4. Seborrheic Dermatitis: A common condition that causes redness, itching, and flaking of the scalp and other oily areas of the skin. It is often associated with dandruff.
  5. Psoriasis: While it primarily affects the skin, psoriasis can also occur on the scalp, leading to thick, red patches covered with silvery scales. It may cause itching or soreness.
  6. Scalp Folliculitis: Inflammation of the hair follicles on the scalp, usually caused by bacterial or fungal infections. It can result in redness, itching, and small pustules or bumps on the scalp.
  7. Trichotillomania: A mental health disorder characterized by the compulsive urge to pull out one’s hair, leading to hair loss and bald patches on the scalp.
  8. Telogen Effluvium: A temporary condition where a significant amount of hair follicles enter the resting phase of the hair growth cycle, leading to increased shedding and thinning of the hair. It can be triggered by stress, illness, hormonal changes, or certain medications.
  9. Folliculitis Decalvans: A rare form of alopecia characterised by inflammation and destruction of the hair follicles, leading to permanent hair loss and scarring on the scalp.
  10. Traction Alopecia: Caused by repeated pulling or tension on the hair follicles, usually due to tight hairstyles such as braids, ponytails, or hair extensions. Over time, it can lead to hair thinning and loss, especially along the hairline.