More than two-third, or 67 per cent, of women in the UAE are experiencing hair loss, according to an independent survey released on Tuesday. This is significantly more than the other most-reported beauty problems experienced by UAE women, including weight gain 45 per cent of those surveyed , dark circles 31 per cent , eye wrinkles 28 per cent and ageing 26 per cent , said the research which was commissioned by INVERSION and conducted by research experts Nielsen. The research is based on a survey of one hundred Dubai and Abu Dhabi-based women aged 25—60. The survey results showed that hair-fall concern was highest amongst expat Arab women, with 92 per cent experiencing some degree of hair loss in the UAE. Expat Asian women were similarly affected with 80 per cent experiencing hair loss. Of the Emirati nationals surveyed, more women reported experiencing hair loss 60 per cent , then any other beauty problem.
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Jackie Nguyen no longer spends hours tediously curling, brushing, straightening, or washing out her long, straight, black hair with scented shampoo and conditioning products. These days, after donning a hat or a wig, Nguyen is out the door in minutes. That's the way it's been, ever since she lost her hair. On a warm August evening in 2014, Nguyen -- then a 25-year-old musical theatre actress -- followed her normal routine. She took a late night shower, blow-dried and brushed her hair. A few minutes later, she noticed more hair than usual on her brush -- handfuls of hair had fallen out.
Hair loss is a common concern for many men and women. There are many reasons your hair may fall out, from genetics and vitamin deficiencies , to hormone changes. Some medical conditions, such as thyroid disease , may also cause hair to thin or fall out. Additional studies are needed to prove their effectiveness on humans. Keep reading to learn how herbal remedies may be used to help improve your hair growth.
Female hair loss is one of those beauty topics that's swept under the carpet more often than not. I'm not so sure, because I have lots of friends, acquaintances and family members that have dealt with it. An old colleague started losing her hair at age 22, only to be half-bald by 27, while another friend started losing big chunks of her locks when a close family member passed away.