When it comes to hair loss, there’s a lot to know about the difference between scarring vs non-scarring alopecia. The Keranique Hair Regrowth Treatment can help those experiencing non-scarring alopecia. Some people may be confused about the two groups of hair loss and how they occur. Let’s look at the two types of alopecia and what makes them different.
Scarring alopecia, also known as Cicatricial alopecia, is typically caused by inflammation which destroys the hair follicles. This type of scarring is rare and is only diagnosed in around three percent of patients. Scarring alopecia is usually permanent because of the irreversible destruction of the hair follicles. It first occurs as small patches of hair loss that gradually expands over time. The hair follicle destruction typically occurs below the surface of the skin, resulting in minimal visible signs besides patchy hair loss.
Non-Scarring alopecia is more common and seen in millions of men and women in this country. A specific type called Alopecia Areata can be treated with Keranique products which contain minoxidil, the only FDA approved ingredient to regrow women’s hair. Bald spots are usually round or oval and the hair typically grows back without any issues when using the hair loss treatment as directed. Keranique’s line of products, including the Hair Regrowth Treatment and the Lift and Repair Treatment Spray, can help disguise hair loss by promoting fiber development of the hair follicles and volumizing the existing hair. It may take around 4-6 months, but with each use, you will be improving the health of your hair.
Keranique wants women to feel confident in who they are no matter what their situation may be. It may take some time to regrow your hair, but when used as directed, the results speak for themselves.