The National Hair Journal is the leading information source for owners and managers of medical and non-medical hair-management centers. It has been publishing for over 20 years and makes every effort to maintain the trust and respect of its readers.

The National Hair Journal is a hair replacement and restoration industry resource. Its mission is to promote the highest professional and ethical standards through the dissemination of objective information and the encouragement of continuing education and skills building. It chooses not to publish negative or contentious material unless it is necessary to halt business practices that would be detrimental to the industry. The Journal is 100% independent and is not beholden to, or influenced by, any individual investor, manufacturer or other commercial interest.

The views expressed in The National Hair Journal are those of the individual author or contributor and not those of The National Hair Journal, its editors or staff. The Journal’s contents reflect the opinions of the authors and are not analyzed, peer-reviewed or otherwise investigated before publication. All authors and contributors are asked to disclose any interests they have of a commercial nature. The National Hair Journal makes no attempt to validate the sufficiency of such disclosures and makes no warranty, guarantee or other representation, expressed or implied, with respect to the accuracy or sufficiency of any information provided. The publication of an advertisement does not constitute on the part of The National Hair Journal a guarantee or endorsement of the quality or value of the advertised product or service or any of the representations or claims made by the advertiser.

The National Hair Journal does not pay for the use of submitted material but it will give credit to contributors. Articles are accepted for publication if they contain information that is judged to be of importance and interest to Hair Journal readers. Wherever possible, we encourage writers not to include company or brand names unless they are necessary for a more complete understanding of the article. The National Hair Journal works hard to ensure that all published material is objective, fair and courteous. It reserves the right to edit material it deems to be overly commercial or that unnecessarily denigrates a competitor.

The National Hair Journal accepts no responsibility for unsolicited materials. All articles and letters become the property of The National Hair Journal and may be edited for clarity, presentation and space.

By allowing your articles, interviews and personal commentary to be used in The National Hair Journal, you are giving the publication permission to use these materials in its pages, website and other information materials.

Advertisers are required to sign a formal advertising agreement indicating that they are not violating any trademarks or other intellectual properties. Full details are outlined in The National Hair Journal Media Kit.

The National Hair Journal has a history of profiling prominent personalities in the hair loss industry. These interviews are based upon the prominence of the candidate and requests by Journal readers. Interviewees do not pay to be profiled and there is no commercial relationship between interviewees and their advertising.

The material published in The National Hair Journal is copyrighted and may not be utilized in any form without the written consent of the editor. All statements, including product claims, are those of the person or organization making the statement or claim. The National Hair Journal does not adopt any such statement or claim as its own, and any such statement or claim does not necessarily reflect the opinions of The National Hair Journal.