Tired of Shedding Hair? Here’s How We Can Help

Posted by on Jul 31, 2020

If you’re tired of seeing your hair shedding day after day, rest assured that there is a good chance that there is something that you can do about it. At Antech Hair, a renowned hair loss clinic Toronto, we are here to help. We understand what you are going through and what it would mean to stop the shedding and to actually start to regrow hair. Gaining control over your hair loss all starts with a free consultation. This is the methodology we used to make sure that customized treatments are used according to what you need: Schedule a free consultation with one of our hair loss specialists We will perform a hair micro analysis to analyze the structural causes of your hair loss We will recommend a personalized, noninvasive and natural treatment for you to follow The hair micro analysis guides us towards putting together a treatment plan for you that is customized. One size does not fit all when it comes to hair loss and there can be a number of different reasons why your hair is shedding. Let us help you find the real cause so that it can be treated properly. Custom Formulated Natural Hair Loss Treatments for Women and Men Alopecia, thinning hair and hair loss can be quite a traumatic event for many people. The most common form of hair loss that we see here in the clinic is female and male-pattern wellness. Males can often start shedding hair in their early 20s and approximately half of the male population are losing hair by the time they turn 50 years old. This type of hair loss features a receding hairline and as time goes by the hair found on the temples and crown is formed into a horseshoe pattern that travels along the sides and around the back of the head. It’s also estimated that 30% of the female population are facing something called “female-pattern baldness“, which can be devastating to deal with. Hair Loss Treatments for Women Our Toronto hair loss clinic helps women find the cause of their hair loss and helps treat them for it. In some cases, the shedding may be due to lowering estrogen levels while at other times it may be due to hair trauma, which can include over-processing the hair with chemicals. This hair loss can severely impact self-esteem and when you’re looking for answers, Antech Hair is the first place to call. Hair Loss Treatments for Men It’s important to take a thorough assessment to find out the reason behind the hair loss before any treatment program begins. Our hair loss clinic Toronto investigates the cause of the shedding on a case-by-case basis. You will then be provided with the different options available to help solve this problem. Low Level Laser Treatment for Hair Loss LLLT (low level laser treatment), is a painless and non-invasive...

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Discover the Best Hair Loss Treatments on the Market Today

Posted by on Jul 31, 2020

When you first discover that you are losing hair it is truly an anxious time! This is true for both women and men and many times it leads to delayed treatment. If you have started to notice that your hair is beginning to thin out, now is the time to find out why. Both women and men have been losing hair for centuries and while there are many different remedies available to counter hair loss, only a select few works. This is why it’s so important to deal with a professional Toronto hair loss clinic right at the beginning when you are losing hair. Turning to the Internet to look for instant cures can delay your treatment progress and make it harder to get back to normal. Here is a rundown of the different treatments available for hair loss and how they may work: Traditional Hair Loss Treatments There are a variety of remedies available that have been circulating years. Some of these home remedies include the following: Coconut oil Onion juice Castor oil Green tea Hibiscus oil Hair growth vitamins Olive oil Stress supplements These oils are worked into the hair and massaged gently into the scalp. They can provide nourishment to the hair follicles and the skin. Green tea can be consumed and may help since it is full of antioxidants. Stress can also be a contributor to hair loss and reducing stress is also an important factor to consider when you’re losing hair. There are different supplements available to help with stress and it’s important to engage in relaxing activities as well to help work on it. For some people it’s exercise while others like to make music, do yoga or go out for a run. If you haven’t found something that can reduce your stress yet, it’s important to search for an outlet that works for you to help take some of the stress out of your life. Pharmaceuticals Finasteride is one of the formulations available but you will need to have a prescription from a doctor to take it. It is designed for hair loss issues and baldness in men. In most cases, the patient is advised to take one pill daily. Minoxidil is a medication that wasn’t originally designed for hair loss but when being tested for other health issues it showed promise. Men with bald heads were reporting that hair was growing and it is now well known in the field for its ability to help grow hair. It can be purchased as a foam or as a liquid and though it may work on some people, it takes quite a while to be effective. In some cases, patients have to wait up to a year in order to see any of the benefits. As with any medications, however, these must be taken under the supervision of a doctor to make sure...

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COVID-19 Customer Safety Notice

Posted by on Mar 15, 2020

To our valued customers, We would like to assure our clients that we are taking all appropriate measures to ensure our office and salon rooms are safe and cleaned after every client’s service furthermore we have existing plans and training protocols in place to ensure they stay that way. Currently, the Public Health Agency of Canada has assessed the current public health risk associated with Coronavirus as low, however, we will continue to monitor developments very closely. We have implemented additional measure to ensure your safety as well as the safety of our team, including:   Introducing enhanced cleaning protocols with particular focus on high traffic areas, i.e. salon chairs, waiting room seating. Increasing communications and reminders with our clients, partners, and employees on important health and safety measures.   To protect yourself and others, we ask that anyone who is feeling unwell please refrain from visiting us so that together we can ensure a safe and comfortable place for everyone. Again, we continue to monitor this situation closely and will provide ongoing updates as needed. We also encourage our clients to stay up-to-date through Canada’s Public Health website.   Best...

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What Causes Hair Loss?

Posted by on Feb 5, 2020

Written by: Nathan Halnin Hair loss occurs for both men and women, and there are many different reasons as to why it happens. At Antech Hair & Skin Clinics, we are a hair loss clinic in Toronto that has seen many cases of hair loss on individuals. However, some clients are unsure as to why or how they started to lose their hair. This is an overview of some causes of hair loss. To begin, hair loss does not necessarily just target the scalp, it can also occur in other parts of the body. There are some symptoms to look out for if you feel that your hair loss is becoming more consistent over time. When individuals lose their hair, it can be a slow and gradual process, while for others it can happen rapidly where hair falls off in clumps.  The most common reason as to why individuals begin to lose hair is due to family genes that affect the process of hair growth. Because of these genes, some individuals begin to lose hair at a certain age, and it is completely hereditary, meaning that the individuals who have it could pass the gene down to their children. Secondly, some forms of medication can affect an individual’s hair and could potentially result in hair loss. Often, some medication may have it under the labelling that it may cause hair loss, but some react to medication differently compared to others. Lastly, situations that put some individuals under stress can cause hair loss. We talked about this in an older blog post, and usually this type of hair loss is temporary  At Antech, we offer hair loss treatments in Toronto and Mississauga. We offer a variety of treatment options, including laser hair restoration and all natural therapy for hair growth.  If you have any questions or concerns at all hair loss, we offer a free consultation. Please call our clinic today at 647-697-8746 We are a leading Toronto clinic for individuals that are ready to address their hair loss through proven scientific methods. Please visit our website at antechhair.com today to learn more about our approaches and treatment...

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Natural Hair Loss Treatment Options

Posted by on Nov 14, 2019

There are many reasons why a person may start losing their hair and that is why it is so important to look for the root cause when you first start trying to treat the problem. In women, declining levels of estrogen may be the culprit or a woman may be losing her hair due to over-processing. It is important to take a close look at any and all possible causes in order to put together the correct treatment plan that is customized for each client. Natural Hair Loss treatment Options There are a variety of different hair loss treatments available including laser hair restoration, scalp treatments, neutralizing oily or dry hair conditions and much more. We use all-natural hair loss treatment products and bio-stimulants that have been scientifically formulated to help reverse hair loss in both men and women. Along with scalp massages that are extremely invigorating and soothing, our natural hair loss treatments focus on removing unwanted debris and a number of different toxic elements that may have penetrated into the root system of the hair. Many patients find that this treatment therapy provides a painless solution without the need to reach for hair transplants. Getting Started It all starts with an in-depth hair analysis, which helps determine the cause of the problem. Then, throughout the rest of the treatment sessions, our professionals will take a periodic microanalysis to see how things are progressing. This way we can continue to streamline your treatment to give you the best possible results. If you have been noticing that your hair is thinning and are interested in finding out more about the various natural hair loss treatment options that may be available for you, please call today for a free consultation. You can call our Mississauga office at 905.896.1074 or connect with us through our Toronto clinic at 647-697-8746. You can also get in contact 24/7 through our website at...

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How to Treat Hair Loss Due to Anxiety and Stress

Posted by on May 22, 2018

Stress and anxiety can cause hair loss in some individuals. In fact, someone that is stressed about losing hair may find that this stress actually contributes to the hair loss. There is definitely a complex relationship taking place between anxiety, stress, and loss of hair, which can make the condition more difficult to treat. Treating hair loss that is connected to stress and anxiety must be left to the experts. At Antech Hair, we understand that hair loss itself is stressful and we have dealt with these types of situations many times in the past. We’d be happy to provide you with a free consultation in order to determine the best treatment plan for you. Sometimes just knowing that you are doing something about it is enough to lower the stress levels you’re feeling. Taking the first step forward can be tough but we encourage you to take a look at the long-term picture. We have been able to help many people with their hair loss problems and would love the chance to help you with yours. We are a friendly and understanding group of professionals that work with different conditions such as Alopecia Areata and Telogen Effluvium. Whether your hair loss is caused by stress, aggravated by anxiety or has been caused by something completely different, we have different treatment options available for you. If you have any questions or concerns at all about anxiety and stress and how these conditions can lead to hair loss, please call our clinic today at 647-697-8746. We are a leading Toronto clinic for individuals that are ready to address their hair loss through proven scientific methods. Please visit our website at antechhair.com today to learn more about our approaches and treatment...

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What Is a Hair Follicle?

Posted by on Apr 23, 2018

A hair follicle is a small bulb-like part of the hair that is also known as the root of the hair. It plays an important role in hair growth since it is where the live cells grow and then divide to build the hair shaft. The blood vessels in the scalp provide the hormones and the nourishment the cells need for structure and hair growth. Hair Growth Cycle The hair follicle provides growth in 3 different phases including: Anagen – This is the growth phase Catagen – This is also known as the transitional phase when the growth of the hair slows down and the follicle shrinks. Telogen – This is the resting phase where the growth stops. The hair becomes detached from the follicle and a new hair starts the growth phase. Hair Follicle Problems The most common condition experienced with hair follicles is called folliculitis. When hair follicles are inflamed, small pimples or red bumps can be seen around the follicles. This is a fungal or a bacterial infection that can spread and the bumps or pimples eventually turn into crusty sores. This can affect hair growth and severe infections can lead to permanent loss of hair, destroyed hair particles and scarring. Mild infections can usually be cleared up using self-care basic measures while more severe cases will require a trip to the doctor. In severe cases an antifungal medication may be required or an antibiotic. If you’re noticing that your hair is thinning out, it’s time to act promptly to find out the cause of the problem.  Visit our website at antechhair.com to schedule a consultation to learn more about the possible causes of your hair loss and the available solutions for it. We have solutions available for thinning hair and for strengthening hair follicles. Learn more about our hair loss solutions and treatments by visiting antechhair.com or come by one of our clinics in toronto and...

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The Pro 12 Hairmax Laser Comb for Hair Loss

Posted by on Nov 2, 2017

The Pro 12 Hairmax Laser Comb for Hair Loss The Hairmax is a handheld comb that is perfect for anyone experiencing some type of hair loss. This is a simple-to-use treatment that only requires 15 minutes of your time per week and you can use it in the privacy of your own home. Many people using it have described the experience as soothing or therapeutic. Hairmax Laser Comb This comb delivers light energy to the hair follicles through medical grade lasers. There are no LEDs involved, making this unit a step up from other LED laser combs on the market. It offers a unique design that features patented teeth that part your hair to make sure that the maximum amount of light is delivered to your hair follicles. Intensity and density work together to provide a light energy that is nourishing for the hair follicles. This energy can help activate the follicles to provide stronger growth. Many people that have used this product have reported fuller, denser and thicker hair growth as a result. The company has conducted a number of studies on hair growth and light energy and this device was shown to be successful in clinical studies done at some of the top medical research facilities in the United States.  In fact, Hairmax has conducted more research in this area than any other company. Results do vary and this comb works best when used in conjunction with other hair loss therapies. If you are experiencing any type of women’s hair loss please call us today at 647-697-8746 to learn more about our hair loss solutions. If you have any questions about the Pro 12 Hairmax Laser Comb and whether it be recommended for you, we provide complimentary consultations at both our Toronto and Mississauga...

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5 Habits to Avoid to Help Prevent Wrinkles

Posted by on Jul 31, 2017

While genetics may play a role in the development of wrinkles, there are also some habits that have proven to be detrimental to the skin that can cause wrinkles. Expression lines, crow’s feet, fine lines and wrinkles can all be prevented by limiting your exposure to the sun, watching your facial expressions, avoiding cigarettes, monitoring your sleeping position and eating healthy. Sun Exposure The UV rays of the sun are damaging to the elastin and collagen in your skin. Collagen and elastin keep your skin flexible and firm and when they start to collapse the skin begins to sag and wrinkles develop. Look for wrinkle creams and moisturizers that offer UV protection in order to limit your skin’s exposure to these damaging UV rays. Facial Expressions If you make facial expressions in a repetitive way they will leave wrinkles behind. Years of making the same expressions over and over again can leave permanent furrows that are also known as laugh lines, crow’s feet and frown lines. Take a look in the mirror and see how your facial expressions are influencing the development of permanent wrinkles and either try to avoid some of these expressions or make sure that you are applying the right wrinkle cream to these areas. Smoking Smoking has been proven to be a contributor to wrinkles. Research conducted on identical twins has shown that the one twin that smokes develops more wrinkles than the one that doesn’t. Smoking leads to small lines around the mouth and smoke is damaging to elastin fibers and collagen. Sleeping Position Watch your sleeping position since this can be a major contributor to the formation of wrinkles. If you sleep on your side you’ll have the tendency to develop more wrinkles on your jawline and cheeks and if you sleep with your face down you’ll end up with more forehead lines. The ideal sleeping position to ward off wrinkles is on your back. Nutrition The skin is the largest organ of the body so it makes a lot of sense that poor nutrition will lead to damaged skin. Processed sugar is known to break down the collagen in your skin and vitamin deficiencies can also be damaging. A healthy diet will leave you glowing on the inside and out. At Antech Hair and Skin Clinics we can help you lessen the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles with our Age-Defying Serum and a number of skin care programs. Please call us at 905-896-1074 in Mississauga or at 647-697-8746 in Toronto or browse through our website for more information about all of our skin solution...

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Solutions for Women’s Hair Loss

Posted by on Nov 11, 2016

It used to be considered as strictly a male issue but recent studies have shown that as much as 40% of the female population suffers from hair loss. Hair loss in women can be extremely devastating but fortunately there is something that you can do about it. Our experts at Antech Hair and Skin treat female hair loss without drugs, wigs, surgery or needles. We use Ludwig Classification to help describe the hair loss found in women. Female pattern loss of hair is different than male pattern baldness. A woman that has Type I hair loss experiences a small amount of thinning that certain hairstyling techniques can camouflage. A woman with Type II hair loss will notice that her midline part is widening noticeably and that she is experiencing quite a bit of hair loss. Type III hair loss includes diffuse thinning and you can see through the hair on top of the scalp. Female Hair Loss Causes A woman can lose hair for a variety of reasons including one or a combination of the reasons listed below: Nutrition and diet Hormone imbalances Improper or scalp hygiene Chemical damages Side effects of medications Stress Trauma to the hair Genetics Pregnancy Overuse of Styling Agents The list below shows the most common causes of hair loss in women that we see at Antech Hair and Skin Clinics. Women come in with a variety of symptoms or signs that may include any of the following: Hair texture changes Hair partition widening Extra hair loss Hair breaking, fragile and excessively dry Hair loss due to stress Soreness, tingling and burning of the scalp with accompanying hair loss Hair loss due to weather conditions Lifeless, limp or oily hair It’s normal for everyone to lose hair and it’s estimated that we lose approximately 50 to 100 hairs per day. Once this amount is exceeded, however, you’re losing hair at an abnormal rate. You may notice more hair than normal collecting in your hairbrush or in the shower drain. You may also notice hair falling into your hands when running your fingers through it. Fortunately, with our assistance, there is something you can do about this issue. To find out more about our techniques and to see visible results, please call us at 905-362-0226 or visit our website at www.antechhair.com for more...

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Antech Solutions for Women’s Hair Loss

Posted by on Oct 26, 2016

It used to be considered as strictly a male issue, but recent studies have shown that as much as 40% of the female population suffers from hair loss. Hair loss in women can affect confidence but fortunately, there is something that you can do about it. Antech is a hair loss treatment clinic in Toronto & Mississauga, and our experts can  treat female hair loss without drugs, wigs, surgery or needles. We use Ludwig Classification to help describe the hair loss found in women. Female pattern loss of hair is different than male pattern baldness. A woman that has Type I hair loss experiences a small amount of thinning that certain hairstyling techniques can camouflage. A woman with Type II hair loss will notice that her midline part is widening noticeably and that she is experiencing quite a bit of hair loss. Type III hair loss includes diffuse thinning and you can see through the hair on top of the scalp. Female Hair Loss Causes A woman can lose hair for a variety of reasons including one or a combination of the reasons listed below: Nutrition and diet Hormone imbalances Improper or scalp hygiene Chemical damages Side effects of medications Stress Trauma to the hair Genetics Pregnancy Overuse of Styling Agents The list below shows the most common causes of hair loss in women that we see at Antech Hair and Skin Clinics. Women come in with a variety of symptoms or signs that may include any of the following: Hair texture changes Hair partition widening Extra hair loss Hair breaking, fragile and excessively dry Hair loss due to stress Soreness, tingling and burning of the scalp with accompanying hair loss Hair loss due to weather conditions Lifeless, limp or oily hair It’s normal for everyone to lose hair and it’s estimated that we lose approximately 50 to 100 hairs per day. Once this amount is exceeded, however, you’re losing hair at an abnormal rate. You may notice more hair than normal collecting in your hairbrush or in the shower drain. You may also notice hair falling into your hands when running your fingers through it. Fortunately, there is something you can do about this issue to see visible results. Visit Antech, the top hair loss treatment clinic in Toronto & Mississauga. To find out more about our techniques please call us at 905-362-0226 or visit our website at https://antechhair.com for more...

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Antech’s Laser Hair Removal Tips

Posted by on Aug 23, 2016

Antech’s Laser Hair Removal Tips When it’s time to remove unwanted hair for good, laser hair removal is usually the best option. Imagine never having to worry about that hair again! In order to get maximum results from your laser hair removal treatment, follow the tips provided below. You’ll be able to experience faster and better results by following these simple guidelines.   Avoid Getting a Tan Make sure that you don’t have a tan when you’re scheduled to receive the laser treatment. This technique can’t be performed on tanned skin because melanin, the brown pigment in skin, is targeted with the laser. When you have a tan it means that the melanin has been exposed to the sun’s ultraviolet rays and makes it more sensitive. If treatment is attempted when the skin is tanned it can make your skin look blotchy and uneven and can even cause blisters and burns. It is best to avoid tanning before the laser treatment and six weeks after it.   Shave Before the Treatment Before visiting Antech Hair for your laser removal you should trim or shave the hair as close to the skin surface as possible. This will allow the laser to concentrate its efforts on a shorter hair shaft for better results. The longer the hair, the less effective the treatment will be and there is also more chance of a burn occurring due to a disbursement of the laser’s energy. It is recommended that you shave or trim on the same day of the treatment but do not do any waxing or plucking before the removal. The laser needs to target the melanin or pigment of your skin. If there is no root left there won’t be any pigment left to target.   Follow the Treatment Schedule For optimum results body hair should be targeted every 6 to 8 weeks while facial hair requires a treatment every 4 to 6 weeks. Simply put, if you aren’t consistent with the schedule you won’t experience optimum results.   Hair Colour The colour of your hair will influence whether laser hair removal is an option for you or not. This type of removal does not work on blonde, grey or white hairs because they don’t contain the brown melanin that the laser targets. As well, if you have red hairs the laser treatment won’t be as effective so electrolysis is usually recommended as an alternative. To find out more about laser removal or to schedule an appointment please call Antech, the Laser Hair Removal, Hair Loss Treatment Clinic in Toronto & Mississauga, at 647-697-8746 or 905-896-1074 for...

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