Treatment & Prevention

Usually the first sign of hair loss is the loss of hair from the frontal lobe, and the sides of the head. This is commonly referred to as a receding hairline. In addition to the receding of the hairline, a bald patch often develops on top (vertex) of the head. This is triggered by a powerful sex hormone within the body knows as DHT.

It is not yet fully understood how or why DHT can have this effect on the hair. In genetically-prone scalps, DHT induces a process of follicular miniaturisation; a process in which the hair shaft width is decreased over time until eventually the hair resembles fragile vellus hair or “peach fuzz”. Ultimately, it becomes non-existent!

There are medical options that some hair loss suffers successfully use in the form of clinically proven treatments such as Finasteride and Minoxidil. Whilst treatments such as these are used to help prevent further hair loss and to aid hair regrowth, it is evident that their use is much more effective as a preventative measure to maintain the remaining hair; however, the mentioned treatments can to some extent be used to help sufferers of Androgenetic alopecia.

At the present time, unfortunately there is no definitive cure for hair loss. You can use a wide variety of treatments, and although there are some success stories, none of them are guaranteed to work. Many companies dealing with hair loss promise you a definite cure. Various hair integration and hair volumising companies also sell products supposedly curing hair loss, and claim their systems will contribute to it as well. We can assure you – they are not telling you the truth! And if you’d like more information, please feel free to read further at: www.hairlossscams.com.

Now, with new technologies in hair replacement being more advanced than ever before, more people than ever are choosing hair integration and volumising systems as an undetectable way of regaining a full head of beautiful hair.

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