Did you know that stress, depression, and even change in climate can affect your hair?

Causes for Hair Loss:


  • Hereditary

  • Eco-Systems 

  • Poor Diet 

  • Hormonal Changes

  • Cancer

What a Trichologist does?​

A trichologist is a hair and scalp specialist. Trained in life sciences, they look at hair loss problems in a holistic way by evaluating clients on the basis of personal history, lifestyle, genetic factors and environmental conditions.


Based on this information, a trichologist is able to suggest individualized treatments, give nutritional advice and recommend lifestyle changes to improve the health and appearance of the hair and scalp. Like other para-medical (non-physician) health specialists such as nutritionists, a competent trichologist should work closely with your medical doctor to find out whether any medical problems are associated with your hair loss.


Your physician should also be willing to work with your trichologist with respect to taking and analyzing blood tests that your trichologist suggests.


A competent trichologist should be able to genuinely empathize with you. He or she should also spend time advising you on how to best cope with your condition as part of the treatment regimen.

What is Trichology?


Trichology is the para-medical science of the hair, hair loss and associated scalp problems. It encompasses the study of the diseases of the human hair and scalp, as well as the assessment of the cause(s) and treatment of these disorders.

The word “trichology” comes from the Greek word, ‘Trikhos’, meaning ‘hair’, and was first conceived as a specialty branch of study in Britain in the late 19th century. It then became a specific para-medical discipline in 1902.

Today, trichology is perceived as the “bridge between cosmetology and dermatology.”

  • Telogen Effluvium

  • Anagen Effluvium

  • Certain Hairstyles

  • Alopecia Areata

  • Thyroid Diseases 

Useful Tips:


Did you know?

Olive Oil with Rosemary
  • Rosemary Oil  stimulates new hair growth and can be used to treat androgenetic alopecia. Mix a few drops of rosemary oil into a carrier oil and massage it into your hair and scalp before rinsing. Do this a few times per week. Add a few drops of rosemary oil into your shampoo and conditioner on a daily basis.

Rice Water Wash

  • The amino acids present in rice water, in particular, help in the regeneration of hair and aid faster growth of your hair. Also, rice water contains vitamins B, C, and E, which further help in hair growth. The best way to use rice water to grow hair is to rinse your hair with it after a wash.

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