The beauty and wellness industry has witnessed exponential growth over the last couple of years. The middle class segment is becoming affluent with changing lifestyle and their willingness to spend on health and appearance.
With the increasing trends by means of different hairstyles and hair products, consumers are experimenting with newer hairstyles. The fast moving lifestyles add on to their stress levels. Moreover, in an attempt to lock their best, they undergo various treatments like chemical straightening, curling, coloring, etc. These put together have an adverse effect on one’s hair texture and hair volume.
Due to the aforementioned reasons, the demand for hair loss solutions has also increased in geometrical progression over the last couple of years. To address these problems, Homeopathy, Ayurveda, and Alopathy have come up with solutions to suit all hair types. But what one fails to understand is that they have limitations, too.
Homeopathy, Ayurveda, and Alopathy are slow acting. They take as long as months or even years to get your problem treated and cured. One has to be very regular and patient while pursuing the hair loss treatments with either of them. Also, in order for them to work successfully on one’s scalp, the hair loss should be arrested at an early stage. They can treat hair loss problems like androgenetic alopecia or or traction alopecia – like aliments. But they give no results in cases of Alopecia Totalis (full body hair loss) or Universalus (a condition where the body doesn’t accept hair as a part of it). For someone who is completely bald or has bald patches or sports showing up with dead follicles, all the three streams of treatment fail to deliver any results. The cure offered by them can only slow down the process of balding, which is never enough for the consumers who dream of having their head full of hair. The success rate of these treatments is not 100 per cent.