Even if you don’t see any snow where you live during the winter months, you’ll still experience cold temperatures and challenging weather conditions. It’s second nature to wrap up warm when things start to look frosty and icy outside, but we may not always pay the same attention to our hair. And as you’ll see, a little winter hair care can go a long way toward combating some of the more challenging aspects this season presents us with.
Polycystic ovary syndrome (PCOS) is a hormone disorder impacting many women. It is not uncommon for this condition to lead to excessive facial and body hair development. However, for some women, it also causes female pattern hair loss or could be related to this condition. Why is this? What can be done about it?