1. Tinea capitis:
Commonly known as ringworm of the scalp, it is a fungal infection. It can surface as scaly patches of hair loss either round or oval surface. Hair shafts can be broken off at the surface of the scalp and look like black dots.
2. Alopecia areata:
It is a non-contagious condition, by the immune system of the body and it attacks to hair follicles. It faces also as smooth / smooth, round or oval patches of hair loss without scaling or broken hairs. Some children also have pitting and ridging of the nails.It can be controlled with an appropriate treatment of the disease. Some cases progress to alopecia totalis or total loss of hair, while others lead to alopecia universalis or complete loss of body hair.
Hair loss is caused by pulling, plucking, twisting or rubbing their hair. Patches are usually seen on the dominant hand of the child. This is often triggered by stress or anxiety in the child’s environment. Consulting is the best approach to eliminate the source that triggered the habit.
It is a situation in which sudden or severe stress interrupts the normal cycle of hair growth. This may have due to causes:
• extremely high fever
• operation under general anesthesia
• the death of a loved one
• a serious injury
• due to certain medications
5. Nutritional imbalance:
Hair loss can be a symptom of deficiencies / excess of certain nutrients, including its:
• A lack of vitamin H or biotin, vitamin B complex, the carbohydrates can metabolize energy into glucose.
• A lack of zinc, an important mineral involved in cell metabolism.
• Excess of vitamin A.
Your child deserves the best and the most natural shampoo and hair care treatment. Children’s hair are the most sensitive and their hair loss may be triggered because of many reasons. Sulphate and paraben free shampoos are the most suitable for them. ArganRain Products are sulphate and paraben free, totally natural and suitable for the usage of all ages.