THERE are two types of hair on the human body after birth, they are the vellus and terminal hair. The vellus hair is also called baby hair and terminal hair is the permanent hair that we see, which grows to various length on our heads and other parts of the body.
It is normal to shed 80 to 120 strands of hair daily. This is not considered hair loss, as a new hair actually pushes the old strand of hair out from the hair follicle, thus replacing it, so hair is continuously growing. Sometimes, because of the difference in body condition, the hair may grow differently varying from person to person. Click here to read more.