For the female sex, appearance is everything and anything that affects the way she looks will not be welcome. From a cosmetic point of view, certain medical conditions are the cause of much frustration in women, as they struggle to maintain a healthy image, yet with modern medical advances and innovative solutions, it is possible to treat most ailments that affect your appearance. Here are three conditions that most women fear, in no particular order.
- Hair Loss – This condition affects almost half of all women aged 50 or over and even today, there is no cure for hair loss. It can affect either sex, at any age, but generally, female pattern hair loss is caused by a genetic disorder, and there are effective treatments. Hair extensions offer a non-invasive way to cover embarrassing bald or thinning spots, with the extensions carefully woven into the existing hair. Female hair loss treatment is available at specialised hair studios, and with innovative ways to attach the human hair extensions, no one will ever know you suffer with hair loss. When the hair begins to regrow, you can have the extensions removed and return to normal.
- Acne – Skin problems are a woman’s worst enemy and when you consider what we put on our faces in terms of make up and treatments, it isn’t surprising that blemishes occur. A skin specialist will quickly establish the cause and can prescribe a course of medication that should do the trick. Keeping your skin clean will reduce the risk of acne and it is recommended to use a face mask once a week, which will remove dirt and grime deep in the pores of the skin. Cucumber is said to have healing properties, and there are many other natural ingredients that will promote healthy cell growth.
- Putting on Weight – Although women despise being overweight, it is surprising just how many females are tipping the scales with a little extra. Slimming programs can produce results, but sometimes, good old willpower and a healthy exercise program are all it takes. We all tend to put on weight when we reach our fifties, and if you seem to be fighting a losing battle, it might be an idea to gracefully accept the ageing process. Loose fitting clothes will take away the focus, and as long as the weight increase is not excessive, there’s nothing to worry about. A critical time for a woman is after giving birth, and it is all too easy to forget that your body needs to be honed back into shape. Many women with weight problems can trace the origins back to the birth of their first child, so if you have just become a proud mother, don’t forget to plan and implement a healthy exercise routine, and make sure you stick to a balanced diet that is low on carbs.
The female persona is a critical part of any women’s make-up, and anything that affects the way she looks will cause a degree of psychological harm. The above conditions are common, yet relatively easy to remedy with the right treatment.