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Fat freezing, technically known as cryolipolysis, is an FDA approved non-invasive method of freezing fat cells to get rid of “love handles,” double chin, flabby arms and other unwanted bulges of fat. It promises to remove 25 percent of fat in a given area

th is a process that allows the hair follicles to grow back and produce new hair. There are many factors that can affect hair growth, including age, genetics, and hormones. Some things you can do to help your hair grow back faster include taking supplements, eating a healthy diet, and exercising. At Wellaholic, we offer 3 hair regrowth treatments backed by science, to help you jumpstart your follicle hair production and get your hair back again. This June, enjoy a special promotional price for our single-session hair regrowth treatments.

Wellaholic is honoured to win 5 awards at the Daily Vanity Spa & Hair awards 2021 for the aesthetics categories. The Daily Vanity awards is an annual award which recognises industry leaders in the aesthetics, hair and spa industry. The award tiers are broken into Editor's Choice, Readers' Choice and Influencer's Choice respectively.

HairGrow™ is a special Unlimited Hair Loss Treatment Package in Singapore that combines both the Microneedling for Scalp (with Minoxidil) and Low Level Laser Therapy into a monthly unlimited bundle which offers up to 4 weekly treatments a month at a heavi

Many people style their hair not only to look presentable. Nevertheless, several of the hairdos we choose may damage actually our hair and scalp, and lead to what we term as Traction Alopecia! One report without a doubt validates that some hairstyles can harm your hair follicles, leading to a progressive loss of hair-- traction alopecia, likewise a hair shedding condition also referred to as Traction Alopecia. In this article by Wellaholic, we are going to explain what is Traction Alopecia in Singapore and how Singaporeans can prevent this hair loss condition.

Androgenetic alopecia (AGA) is the most common form of hair loss in adults, which is generally progressive in the absence of treatment. As a head full of healthy hair adds to the cosmetic appeal of the individual, the consequences of AGA are predominantly psychological. Currently, topical minoxidil is the first-line treatment for AGA. Many adjuvant treatment modalities have been used synergistically with minoxidil. Microneedling is one among such adjuvant treatments, which works by various mechanisms to stimulate the dermal papillary cells that play a key role in hair growth.

Alopecia areata is an autoimmune disorder that triggers your hair to come out, frequently in clumps the size and shape of a quarter. The amount of hair loss is different in everyone. Some individuals lose it just in a couple of spots. Others lose a lot. Sometimes, hair grows back but falls out again later. In others, hair grows back for good.

Alopecia areata is an autoimmune disorder characterized by transient, non-scarring hair loss and preservation of the hair follicle. Hair loss can take many forms ranging from loss in well-defined patches to diffuse or total hair loss, which can affect all hair bearing sites. Patchy alopecia affecting the scalp is the most common type. Alopecia areata affects nearly 2% of the general population at some point during their lifetime. Skin biopsies of alopecia areata affected skin show a lymphocytic infiltrate in and around the bulb or the lower part of the hair follicle in anagen (hair growth) phase. A breakdown of immune privilege of the hair follicle is thought to be an important driver of alopecia areata. Genetic studies in patients and mouse models showed that alopecia areata is a complex, polygenic disease. Several genetic susceptibility loci were identified associated with signaling pathways that are important to hair follicle cycling and development. Alopecia areata is usually diagnosed based on clinical manifestations, but dermoscopy and histopathology can be helpful. Alopecia areata is difficult to manage medically, but recent advances in understanding the molecular mechanisms have revealed new treatments and the possibility of remission in the near future.