- Genetic condition that can affect both men and women (Baldness)
- Natural condition in which the hair gradually thins with age.
- More hair follicles go into resting phase and the remaining hairs become shorter and fewer.
- Sudden loss of hair in patches which can lead to alopecia totalis
- Commonly seen in children and young adults
- 90% of people with this condition have seen hair return within a few years of initial diagnosis.
- All body hair to fall out, including eyebrows, eyelashes, and pubic hair.
- Complete loss of hair
- Psychological disorder in which a person pulls out their own hair.
- Commonly seen in children
- Temporary hair thinning over the scalp that occurs because of change in growth cycle of hair.
- Permanent loss of hair
- Inflammatory skin conditions (Cellulitis, Folliculitis, Acne)
- Skin disorders (Forms of lupus, Lichen Planus)
- Hot combs
- Tightly woven or pulled hair