Everyone loses hair, every single day. We see strands everywhere – the shower, in the brush, on our pillows. Thinning in women usually means a reduction in volume as well as less physical hairs on our head. As strands diminish in number, there is a lack of density.
The American Hair Loss Association estimates that women make up roughly 40 percent of Americans experiencing thinning hair and the majority of women will experience some thinning by midlife – putting it right up with weight gain, dry skin and wrinkles.
It is completely natural for hair to thin over time. According to the American Academy of Dermatology, we normally shed about 100 hairs a day. So, while 85-to-95 percent of the hair on your head is growing, the other 5-to-15 percent is in a resting stage. After “resting,” this hair falls out — often while you’re brushing or shampooing it — and is replaced by new growth.
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CLEAR MEN SCALP THERAPY™ has signed on as a sponsor for the ESPY awards, airing tonight, showing men how the pros look good both on and off the sports field. The brand enlisted football player Tony Gonzalez who has been in training to be the perfect man on the red carpet, as well as the stage, in his new role as a presenter for the 2013 ESPY Awards on behalf of CLEAR. To get in shape for the show, Tony has been using the “2 in 1” shampoo + conditioners and shampoos designed specifically for men to be sure he keeps his tux flake-free all night long (visible flakes with regular use).
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Superstar model, producer, television host and designer, Heidi Klum is known for her cutting-edge style and trademark tresses. Now Unilever is tapping the sophisticated fashion icon to help launch new CLEAR SCALP & HAIR BEAUTY THERAPY™, a revolutionary line of nourishing shampoos and conditioners that turns the conventional hair care discussion on its head. This new approach “feeds scalp,” not just the ends, and gives women stronger, more beautiful hair in just seven days.
“When it comes to women’s hair care, the emphasis has traditionally been on the ends, yet 99 percent of hair’s natural strength and beauty comes from the scalp. Scalp is skin and it is important to care for and nourish it just as we care for our skin. NEW CLEAR SCALP & HAIR BEAUTY THERAPY™ feeds the scalp and creates the right foundation for stronger, more beautiful hair in just seven days,” says David Rubin, U.S. Haircare Marketing Director for Unilever.
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To meet consumers\' highly diverse needs with regards to the beauty of their hair, L\'Oreal announced today the inauguration of its Global Hair Research Centre located in Paris Saint-Ouen. The Centre\'s Research & Innovation programmes (R&I) is exclusively dedicated to the haircare profession which includes hair colouring, hair care (shampoos, conditioners), styling, (sprays, gels, waxes) and perms, smoothing or straightening.
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Calling all gleeks! Does beautiful hair make you want to sing with glee? Lea Michele, Golden Globe-nominated actress of the hit series “Glee,” is partnering with Dove Hair Care™ to inspire women everywhere to keep doing their favorite things to their hair, because reinvented Dove shampoos and conditioners take care of the damage. To celebrate, Lea will be performing an exclusive rendition of the iconic song “My Favorite Things” that will preview on TV and be available at www.dovegleeforall.com.
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The Procter & Gamble Company (NYSE: PG) support for the relief and rebuilding efforts in Haiti now totals over $2 million.
P&G product donations total more than $1.2 million with cash and donations from P&G, its employees and retirees, taking the total over $2 million. Product donations include bar soaps, batteries, bleach, diapers, dish detergents, feminine hygiene products, flashlights, laundry detergents, paper towels, shampoos, toilet tissue, tooth brushes, toothpaste, and wipes. Additionally, P&G has committed to providing six million packets of PUR, a technology that purifies contaminated water. This quantity is enough to treat 60 million liters of water (a 3-month supply for 340,000 people).
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