Up until second year college, I have no idea that I will become "opaw" experiencing more baldness as years passed. Being bald may indeed result to some loss of confidence.
But not in the case of this very inspiring lady, Abby Asistio of The Voice Philippines fame. Abby has alopecia areata, an autoimmune disorder wherein the immune system (which protects our body from infections) attacks a person's own hair follicles causing patches of hair loss. It may affect both males and females. One would think alopecia would stop Abby from doing the things she loves. But she just keeps on going. She does travel shows, sings, records, supports causes including breast cancer and of course, alopecia awareness. She serves as the Voice of Alopecia Awareness in the Philippines.
For those who really don't have the courage to face the world being bald, one product may offer some hope.
Novuhair claims to be Nature's answer to hair loss because it is composed of a mix of herbal ingredients made to solve hair loss. And Abby confirmed that she is also using it.
Mallari adds, "Cosmetic remedies, chemically formulated solutions, and surgical procedures available today that claim to address drastic hair problems can be quite expensive, and unsafe. Novuhair is a safe and effective way to address the problem of hair loss."
Regarding the herbal ingredients, here's what is being said about Novuhair:
"Moringa oleifera or malunggay is one ingredient that helps restore the skin’s condition and prevent falling hair. Sweet almond oil, another ingredient, is a moisture-rich oil that contains vitamins A, B1, B6 and E, as well as minerals such as magnesium and iron. Scientifically known as prunus amygdalus, sweet almond oil easily penetrates the hair shaft and follicles, relieving hair dryness and itching and providing nourishment to the hair to promote hair growth.