Wednesday, July 28, 2010

Covering gray hair – why should bald guys have all the fun?

Life can be cruel sometimes. That was evident to me when I recently decided to grow a beard, only to find about half of it was gray hair! I have been told that gray hair is a blessing – just ask a bald guy. Unfortunately, I suffer from thinning hair as well, and since what’s left of it is turning gray, that’s hardly a consolation.

Gray hair is caused by lack of pigmentation and melanin – hair color changes when melanin is no longer produced in the hair root and new hair grows in without pigment. Although gray hair is typically associated with the aging process, it can also result from stress or prolonged illness. If you fret over their appearance, you may even see the number of gray hairs increase!

Monday, July 19, 2010

Buy One Get One Free offer

How we look and feel is important for our self-image and peace of mind. With everything going on in our lives, having a strong self-image is critical and a foundation for personal happiness.

Listen, we know times are tough. The economy is soft at the moment, and many people just don't have free income to purchase the goods and services they are accustomed to. EMERGE For Men wants you to continue to have the strong self-image you deserve, so we are running a "Buy One Get One Free" offer on our EMERGE For Men Hair Enhancer. Now, if you purchase a bottle, you get a second bottle at no additional cost!

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by RJ Dee

Monday, July 5, 2010

An Ounce of Prevention is Worth...a Pound of Hair?

Benjamin Franklin once said, "an ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure" - sound advice from the great American statesman. Although the comment was made in context with fire prevention, it's applicable in many ways to our general health and well being. If you take proper care of yourself now, you avoid potential ailments that may arise in the future.

This is especially important when caring for our hair and scalp. Many of the products on the market today address the aftermath of hair loss, which usually occurs over a period of time. Too often, we end up thinking that we could have minimized the hair loss if we had paid more attention to it when we were younger.

For those of you in the early phases of thinning hair or hair loss, take Mr. Franklin's words to heart. You can mitigate the effects of future hair loss if you properly care for your hair and scalp now.

Let me tell you a funny story. Back when my wife and I first met, I used to tease her about how many moisturizers and creams she would use on her face. At that point in our lives, we didn't know if they would have any effect, but fast forward 20 years later, and my wife looks better than she did when we met! Literally, she looks like she's in her 20's, and I credit part of that to her regimen of prevention.

You have a wealth of solutions to take advantage of. Notably, shampoos that deep clean your scalp and eliminate the buildup of sebum that clogs follicles - leading to hair loss. Find a shampoo that contains Zinc pyrrolidone carboxylic acid, or simply Zinc PCA. Zinc is an essential trace element that occurs naturally in our bodies, and studies have shown that it can inhibit fungal and bacterial growth.

Zinc PCA can treat a multitude of scalp conditions, including scalp acne, seborrheic dermatitis, sebum build-up in follicles, and other scalp related bacteria issues. The best solution for you depends on the level of hair loss and hair type. Incorporate a shampoo with Zinc PCA into your daily routine to deliver that "ounce of prevention". While it may not result in a "pound of hair", your scalp will be cleaner and better able to slow the effects of hair loss.

Learn more about scalp cleansing shampoo and related products at EMERGE For Men, a leading provider of solutions for men suffering the effects of male pattern baldness.

by RJ Dee