It's been almost two years since David Schwartz took over the reigns as President of Hair Visions International. David's focus has been threefold: Innovation, Quality, and Service.

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Ft. Lauderdale, FL - President, Andrew Wright, announced the creation of our new name, HAIR VISIONS INTERNATIONAL. There is no change in ownership; just our new name!

award-for-blog smallGemtress, a long-time leader in the women's hair replacement industry, was awarded top honor by the readers of Beauty Launchpad magazine.

Whether your hair is just beginning to thin or you are struggling with extensive hair loss, no one notices your hair as much as you do.

Many doctors will prescribe traditional pharmaceuticals and psychological counseling to help reduce the symptoms of trichotillomania and other disorders, but Dr. Robert Melillo...

When you have a child who is suffering from trichotillomania -- or if you are experiencing it yourself -- it can be very disheartening when you can't find answers.

When a parent loses their hair due to chemotherapy or other treatments, it doesn't just affect Mom and Dad, it affects the children too.

Whether you child is suffering from hair loss due to alopecia areata, cancer treatments, trichotillomania or another cause, the emotional effects can be very distressing for the child and for the parents.

Millions of kids around the world suffer from hair loss. Children's hair loss can be caused from a number of factors.


Some 4.7 million Americans are afflicted with alopecia areata, an autoimmune skin disease in which people's white blood cells begin attacking hair follicles, resulting in hair loss.

Whatever the reason that you are losing your hair -- and whether it's temporary or permanent -- finding support from others who are going through the same thing can be very helpful.

The National Institutes of Health estimates up to 23.5 million Americans suffer from autoimmune diseases with other organizations saying that number may be closer to 50 million.

The hormonal changes that a woman's body goes through at the onset of menopause can bring about unpleasant side effects ranging from hot flashes and anxiety to mood swings and, unfortunately, hair loss.

If you are faced with chemo treatments, one of your concerns (other than the cancer) may be hair loss.

Hair loss affects males and females, adults and children. And though everyone can be psychologically impacted by hair loss, oftentimes it's women's self-confidence that is shaken the most.

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