Jada Koren Pinkett was born on September 18,1971 in Baltimore, Maryland (USA).
She is an actress who was in many television and movie roles such as in the 90's hit show A Different World as well as The Matrix movies.
She currently is the main host for her online talk show called Red Table Talk on Facebook. She hosts the talk show with her mother, Adrienne Banfield-Norri and daughter Willow Smith.
Red table talk covers many different interesting topics as they interview their guests on the show.
Jada's show Red table Talk has won 1 NAACP Image award and 1 Daytime Emmy award currently.
Jada Pinkett mentioned on her show The Red Table Talk about her hair loss that she was diagnosed with an autoimmune condition called Alopecia.
Alopecia causes the immune system to attack her hair follicles, which leads to hair loss.
Fortunately alopecia is not fatal, I say that because alot of people ask.
There are different forms of Alopecia but hers is called Alopecia Areata which means the hair comes out in patches out of the scalp.
Women's hair loss can be devastating to women, but it's important not to stress out about it because it can make things worse unfortunately.
Any alopecia hair loss condition can be caused as a result from family hereditary genes, aging, hormonal changes, medical changes or even stress.
Jada has mentioned that she believes stress is a factor in her hair loss Alopecia condition on her show Red Table Talk.
Alopecia can effect a person's body and or scalp. It also can be permanent or temporary.
Jada Pinkett Smith's alopecia hair loss is temporary according to Jada as she spoke on her talk show Red Table Talk on episode called "Alopecia: The Devastating Impact".
You can also tell her hair loss is very temporary based on all the stubble hair growth seen on her head in between times of her hair loss bouts when she shaves her head.
Yet her alopecia hair loss can reappear at highly stressful times and situations in her life at any moment.
Jada is exploring options and as of right now “I’m getting my little steroid injections, and they seem to be helping, but not curing, but they seem to be helping, but I’m open to other ideas,”
“I just want to say a thank you to everyone for all the outreach, from all the doctors and all the holistic practitioners, who have been reaching out to me for this head of mine, I appreciate it so much,” she said. “And I’m taking into a lot of consideration all the recommendations that are coming my way.”
Initially Pinkett Smith said she was “terrified” when she first started losing her hair.
“I was in the shower one day and had just handfuls of hair in my hands and I was just like, ‘Oh my god, am I going bald?”
“It was one of those times in my life where I was literally shaking in fear. That’s why I cut my hair, and why I continue to cut it,” she added.
On Jada's Talk Show Called Red Table Talk she touches on several different topics along side her beautiful daughter and young looking gorgeous mother.
She sometimes talks about hair loss on certain episodes and when she does you can find them listed here as I plan to keep those episodes listed below:
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