i had my eyebrows microbladed yesterday . I have frontal fibrosising alopecia. After she started with the microblading she was having a hard time with my skin on the eyebrows. She said it was very…Continue
"The way I look at this, Danielle is that if my hair would grow back overnight, I'd be in a shit load of trouble. I wouldn't know what to do and I don't think I'd be ready to pay $100 just to have the tips of the hair cut off. I…"
"I've had Alopecia Universalis since I was 22 years old. I am now 67. In 2013 I tried permanent brows, which are now faded. I've heard lots of good things about microblading but I have a problem: I've been taking Cymbalta, an…"
"Kandy - I use Maybelline dream velvet foundation & dream satin. They don’t have any of those 3 oxybenzone, avobenzone, octinoxate in them that I can read. I also just bought Boots No7 primer which doesn’t have those in it.…"
"I am feeling good about my hair right now. I haven’t noticed any hair loss recently (few months) . I have made sure I put nothing on my skin that has those 3 sunscreen ingredients. Oxybenzone, avobenzone & octinoxate. I’ve also…"
As ladies says beneath it is a part of the disease, I have got pumps all over my head itching, burning and painful, and I think is to much to endure, because it reminds you that all that hair will fall off. I´m in my third year…"
"Hi Donna Yes I have had many of these over the 6 plus years with lpp & ffa. They can be tender & quite irritating. They are actually called papules ( little red or pinkish pimply sores, inflammation on the scalp at top of the hair follicle),…"
"I've had this and its very unpleasant. I started using a shampoo called Garnier delicate oat (rice cream and oat milk). Very soothing on the scalp. Not sure if you may need to go through Amazon to buy it now. I've had mine for some…"
"Yes, unfortunately I have experienced this as well. Mine usually occur on my forehead and the top of my head/scalp. Also sore, not necessarily itchy. A friend of mine who also has FFA was told by Dr. Jeff Donovan, whom I’ve also seen in the…"
I have a friend who has always had thin hair. She hasn't been diagnosed with anything- just unlucky in the hair dept. She started using essential oils and had some success. She used something call Ylang Ylang along with lavender and cedarwood. I'll try this concoction since it was a scientific study. I have been using cod liver oil and it's soothed my itchy scalp. Dr. says to stop with Clobetasol for awhile...*sigh* It's always something isn't it! :)
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