Hair loss is a problem that plagues many women, and it’s clearly no longer just a men problem. Although hair loss in women is frequently a transitory phenomenon, in some cases, it may not be, and it may be necessary to consult a specialist who can identify exactly the cause of the problem in order to suggest possible treatments.
In recent years, there’s been an increase in the number of women suffering from hair loss. Stress and daily tensions, environmental pollution, and aggressive cosmetic treatments are some of the causes. Hair loss in women has even more worrying psychological effects because the hair affects facial aesthetics and also due to the fact that female baldness is less culturally accepted than that of men. For a woman, losing her hair can often mean seeing her femininity compromised.