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Spanish Idioms Related to Hair

Spanish Idioms Related to Hair

Have a look at the examples below that we have compiled for you.

-"Tomar el pelo": to trick someone, to pull someone's leg.

-"No cortarse ni un pelo": to not hold back in an action, despite risking being ridiculous.

-"No gustar ni un pelo": to absolutely reject something or someone because you do not like it or you do not trust him/her.

-"Cogidos…

Treatments for Alopecia by Dr.Panno

Treatments for Alopecia by Dr.Panno

Over time they have developed many treatments for alopecia without success but that has changed. Thanks to new research alopecia problems are over, today any person who is bald can get your hair thanks to newly developed treatments and takes time proving successful, as in the case of Dr Panno. This medical hair care specialist has developed new techniques to achieve full recovery of their hair,…

Good Hair Habits

Good Hair Habits

The sun's rays are as damaging to your hair as they are to your skin, this is why it is always advisable to use hair conditioner to keep your hair in good condition. However, do not abuse of hair conditioner, we advise you to use it up to three times per week maximum, and do not apply it on the roots.
When washing your hair, take water temperature also into account, as too hot water can be…

Scar tissue revision and mini-treatments

Scar tissue revision and mini-treatments

If you are self-conscious about a scar which would normally be camouflaged by hair, you don't have to live with it.  The Panno Clinic uses the very latest transplant techniques that make it possible to graft hair follicles to the affected area to cover the scar. Hair transplant is a constantly evolving science and many advances have been made, so that it is now possible to transplant hair on to…

Which hair transplant method is best?

Which hair transplant method is best?

If you are considering having a hair transplant, you are probably looking for information about which options you have, depending on your hair density and the size of the bald areas. Today we will try to explain the main differences between the two main techniques, which are based on the way the follicle units are extracted: FUT (Follicular Unit Transplantation) and FUE (Follicular Unit Extraction):

Footballers Having Hair Transplants

Footballers Having Hair Transplants

"At 25 I was going bald. Why not having a hair transplant? I am delighted with the result." Manchester United's star, Wayne Rooney, made this clear statement on social media after having a hair transplant in Spring 2011.

From very young, the also forward in England's national team had shown signs of emerging baldness, with a very prominent receding hairline. He did not like…

Myth's about hair loss

Myth's about hair loss

You have probably been advised to avoid certain habits that can cause baldness or hair loss. Today we will analyse some of these "universal truths" that many people just take as they are and we will see how much reality there is behind them.

– "If you have a…

Best Foods for Healthy Hair

Best Foods for Healthy Hair

Best Foods for Healthy Hair, Having healthy hair is not only a matter of genetic and environmental factors but also hair care habits that will contribute to its improvement. it’s all about your diet. Eating a variety of healthy foods will give you the mane you’ve always dreamed of. Fill up on these nutrients to begin growing your healthiest hair ever.

The type of food that…

Hair Transplant FUE Transplants FAST HEAL Technique

Hair Transplant FUE Transplants FAST HEAL Technique

Picture shows exclusive FASTHEAL technique. Natural Density for life with FUE Transplants. Results in 3 days with the FASTHEAL technique created by Dr Ezequiel Panno.

With Follicular Unit Extraction or FUE harvesting, individual follicular units containing 1 to 4 hairs are removed under local anesthesia. The surgeon then uses very small micro blades or fine needles to puncture the sites…

Why Do Women Lose Their Hair?

Why Do Women Lose Their Hair?

If you consider thinning hair to be a male problem you couldn't be further from the truth, in fact almost forty per cent of people who experience hair loss thinning are women. Rather than a receding hairline, it is more common for woman's parting to gradually become wider or to lose hair on the crown.

Regardless of your sex, hair loss or alopecia to give it its proper name…