Dr. Cynthia Bailey Featured in “Wellness Today” on Hair Loss

Hair Loss advice from Dr. Cynthia Bailey

Wellness Today, an online resource and affiliate of the Institute For Integrative Nutrition, featured Dr. Cynthia Bailey in their recent article:7 Natural Remedies for Hair Loss“.

Dr. Bailey details the various causes for hair loss in women ranging from medical conditions, medications and life-stress. Depending on the health-related cause of your hair loss, Dr. Bailey offers some advice on what actions to take while working with a medical professional.

The 7 Natural Remedies for Loss of Hair

For her discussion on the most common causes of hair loss and The Institute For Integrative Nutrition’s list of natural remedies, read the original article at Wellness Today: “7 Natural Remedies for Hair Loss

If you have enjoyed this Wellness news about Dr. Bailey’s, please show your support by commenting in the Facebook comment window, “liking”, sharing, share in  Google+, tweeting, and “pinning,” this blog post with friends and family. Everybody wins.

If you found this helpful, subscribe to my blog -- it's free. I write two articles per week on skin care and skin health and you can have them delivered to your email inbox. Get your skin care information straight from the dermatologist. Join my intelligent skin care revolution. Just enter your email address:


5 Responses to “Dr. Cynthia Bailey Featured in “Wellness Today” on Hair Loss”

  1. Chloe Stone January 27, 2014 at 10:35 am #

    Just read the 7 natural home remedies for hair loss. I wasn’t aware of the fact that garlic and onions can be used to treat hair loss.

    Another article I read today indicated that smoking and drinking make hair loss worse.

    Thanks for the article!

  2. Gail Allison January 27, 2014 at 11:31 am #

    i was reading your article about Retin A. I’d like to use it and have a tube of .05. However, i use the cream hair removal for my face. May I continue to use that with the Retin A? What other skin care products should I use. Right now i’m using Dr. Perricon’es Cold Plasma, Sub D and Neuropeptide cream. I’m not sure if they have the glycolic acid in them you said not to use.

  3. Cura Pelle January 27, 2014 at 8:21 pm #

    I’m ever amazed at how rarely an overgrowth of yeast is mentioned as a cause of hair loss – banal, but oh so significant!

    – Cura

  4. Elizabeth January 30, 2014 at 5:47 am #

    Home remedies mentioned in the article really helps. Thanks

  5. Cynthia Bailey February 2, 2014 at 9:36 am #

    Gail, I have to always refer prescription medicine questions back to the prescribing physician. Prudence also makes it impossible for me to give specific individual advice for any reader. My anti-aging skin care articles summarize my approach to anti-aging skin care in general. This info can then be adjusted when other skin problems exist such as rosacea, seb derm, acne, a need for harsh skin procedures (including hair removal techniques that can be harsh) etc. I have general info on some of these skin conditions in my articles too. Because skin irritation can lead to scarring I can’t make individual recommendations over the web and refer everyone to their skin care professional for guidance.