At last, medical science explains "bad hair days" -- and what you can do to avoid them! The straight-haired among us long for curls, yet those so endowed wish to tame their headstrong locks. Although you can't change what you were born with, you can make the most of the hair you have -- by knowing the physiological, chemical, and even psychological causes of the most common hair problems. Dr. Susan Craig Scott, a hair-replacement surgeon, consults with other medical authorities and beauty experts to present the ultimate companion to having vibrant, healthy hair at any age. The Hair Bible is every woman's guide to * Best daily treatments, products, and hair care tools * Styling without damage * Finding your look * Fixing styling mistakes * Choosing wigs, extensions, and other alternatives The Hair Bible also tackles a major concern for millions of women: hair loss. Dr.
Scott explains how stress, diet, prescription medication, vitamin deficiencies, chronic illness, and other factors affect hair growth -- and, with a keen awareness of the emotional strains on women coping with thinning hair, she presents up-to-the-minute information on all treatment options: MEDICAL AND PHARMACEUTICAL: minoxidil, cortisone, and hormone therapies NATURAL: herbal products, stress management, and fitness NUTRITIONAL: dietary changes for improved hair SURGICAL: implants, grafting, scalp reduction, and more Get to the root of your hair care concerns. Turn to The Hair Bible for answers -- and make every day a great hair day!
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Author Biography - Susan Craig Scott
Dr. Susan Craig Scott is a cosmetic and hair replacement surgeon. A graduate of Princeton and Columbia universities, she is an attending surgeon at several New York City hospitals. Since 1996, she has been the team physician for the WNBA's New York Liberty. She has been a guest consultant on such programs as Today, and was featured in New York magazine's "Best Doctors in Manhattan" issue.