Today in America, there are 20 million women suffering from hair loss -- a devastating problem that most certainly and often unnecessarily affects a woman's self-image. Whether the loss is due to stress, hormonal imbalance, illness, chemotherapy, or medical side effects, hair loss can be prevented.
Hair Savers for Women: A Complete Guide to Preventing and Treating Hair Loss is the first and only book to address this important cosmetic health issue. It covers the very latest solutions and advances in treating female hair loss, from medicine to natural remedies, and introduces women to a whole new world of safe, clinically proven baldness remedies. For women whose hair loss persists, the book discusses surgical alternatives such as hair transplants and scalp reductions, as well as the pros and cons of hair weaves and wigs.
About the Author
Maggie Greenwood-Robinson, Ph.D., is a leading health and medical writer. She has authored or coauthored more than 30 books, including Good Carbs versus Bad Carbs and The Bikini Diet. She has a doctorate in nutritional counseling.