What Causes Hair Loss And How T444Z Johannesburg Can Help

Many more women suffer from hair loss than you might guess because they keep their hair covered with a weave or a wig. Unfortunately, a weave is often the cause of hair loss, and both covering options can make the problem worse. When natural hair is very tightly braided before a weave is attached, the traction on the hair is very strong. This can cause inflammation at the root of the follicle. Once the follicle is destroyed, it is very difficult to get the hair to grow back. This condition is called folliculitis induced alopecia or traction alopecia. The hair loss is often noticeable at the hair line or in bald patches on the scalp.

A lace front or other type of wig can make the problem worse. The inflammation of the hair follicles (folliculitis) is generally accompanied by a low grade bacterial infection, and a wig increases the temperature of the scalp, which allows the bacteria to thrive. Other types of infections can be going on as well, including mites or a fungal infection. Trapping the infection under a wig only makes it proliferate. Although women with hair loss may feel ashamed of their appearance, it is very important not to sleep in a wig, but to let the scalp cool and air out daily. A tight weave can also exacerbate a hair loss problem by putting too much tension on the hair.

Once an infected follicle has been replaced by scar tissue, it is impossible to regenerate it. However, if the follicle still exists, it may be possible to regrow the hair. There are some products on the market designed to help people regrow hair. Most of them contain ingredients that stimulate the scalp and moisturize existing hair in order to protect it.

t444z johannesburg is one hair regrowth formula meant to strengthen and regrow natural hair that has been damaged through braiding and other stresses put on it. The formula contains shea butter, castor oil, rose oil, menthol, peppermint, carrot extract, papaya extract and other natural ingredients. T444Z comes in a shampoo, a conditioner, and a hair food that can be used alone or in combination.