Wet (Hijama) therapy is the most effective treatment available in helping stop hair loss and promoting re-growth. The blood is allowed to increase the amount of nutrients and oxygen to the hair follicles and this will prevent any further shrinkage of the hair shaft and allow it to grow stronger and fuller.
Hair shedding is a part of every day life, yes it clogs up your shower drain, and yes, it means you have to vacuum every other day or your carpet turns into a hairy rug... But the fact is, hair loss is totally normal.
On average we lose around 80 strands a day, if you begin to shed significantly more than that or you notice they aren't growing back, well, that's when things start to get a bit hairy (soz, I couldn't help it). "Research shows that at least 1 in 3 women will suffer from hair loss or reduced hair volume"
So, a little shameless plugging here - this weekend, and tomorrow, I’ll be behind the @kateyjosephine stall at @hepworthwakefield Christmas Market selling our handmade wares to hopefully lots of lovely customers! These notebooks are just one of our new products, and we made them ourselves (and I mean literally - we cut the paper to size, stitched the paper together, backed the board with our very own fabric then put it all together in one lovely A5 sized perfect journal!) Will be a fab Fair with loads of great designers, food stalls and I do believe that The Big Man will be there for anyone who wants to sit on his knee and let him know your Xmas wish list! #thwchristmasmarket#yorkshire#shoplocal#wakefield#designermaker#homewares#designupnorth#notebook#journal#handmade#handstitched#christmasfair#santaiscoming
OPEN STUDIOS FEATURE: Come and see inside the studio of @artistyoke at @artwalkwakefield next week, a collaboration between Annie Nelson and Chris Woodward. Working across media Yoke are driven by an interest in the environment and how it has been shaped both physically and socially. They test bed this through sculpture, interventions and images as well as collaborations with other artists through public engagement projects.