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Frontal Baldness – How to Prevent and Regrow Frontal Hair Loss

Frontal Balding

Men who have achieved dramatic improvement to their receding hairline from a Belgravia treatment course for hair loss. Please click on the picture for more information on frontal baldness and what can be done.

Frontal balding, otherwise known as a receding hairline or widow’s peak, is one of the most common patterns of hair loss. This pattern of hair loss will mostly affect men, but in some cases women can also be affected. This type of frontal hair loss will usually be attributed to a condition called Male Pattern Hair Loss, which is by far the most treatable hair loss condition.

How is Frontal Balding Treated?

The Belgravia Pharmacy offers a number of medications that are designed specifically for frontal hair loss. These products are based on the licensed and clinically proven medication minoxidil. For details of Belgravia’s Bespoke minoxidil formulations please contact the centre by calling 020 7730 6666 or message the centre. Belgravia’s treatment courses have successfully treated frontal hair loss in hundreds of men, as can be seen in so many cases displayed on Belgravia’s gallery of hair loss success stories. You can also view our receding hairline page for more information and photos.

What else can be done?

In addition to minoxidil, Belgravia’s specialists offer the other clinically proven medication Propecia, and a number of hair growth boosters to ensure the very best results.

What’s best for you?

A Belgravia specialist will examine your hair and scalp or review the online consultation you have submitted in order to prescribe the treatment options most suited to you. Treatment recommendations will depend on your medical profile and your stage and pattern of hair loss, and will be carefully considered to ensure your treatment programme offers the highest chances of hair regrowth.

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1st December, 2014 at 10:23 am

Muhammad Bilal

Dear Sir, My frontal hairs are almost lost and i am 26 years old. I am also using Minoxidil 5% but my frontal hairs are not improving. Kindly advise. Thanking You.

1st December, 2014 at 10:31 am

Sarah Belgravia

Hi Muhammad,

If you are not responding to the 5% minoxidil, there are other treatment options open to you. We recommend you come and see us for a free hair loss consultation so that one of our experts can assess the best comprehensive male hair loss treatment course for your specific stage of shedding and medical profile. You can book by calling 020 7730 6666 or sending us a message. Or, if you are unable to visit one of our Central London hair loss clinics, simply complete our online consultation (where you can upload images) for our home-use treatment service.

29th January, 2015 at 9:13 pm


Is there anything can be done for female frontal hair loss or it works only for male pattern boldness??

2nd February, 2015 at 1:15 pm


Hi Susmita,

Absolutely, it is possible for women to receive treatment for a receding hairline. You can find information on how to prevent and treat female frontal hair loss on our site, or you can contact us by sending a message or calling 020 7730 6666 to book your free hair loss consultation. This will allow a specialist to diagnose your condition and stage of shedding, as well as recommending the most effective hair loss treatment course to regrow your hair.

2nd February, 2015 at 4:17 pm

Zaid Mujahid

Is it reliable what are the chances to gain back front hairs?

2nd February, 2015 at 5:15 pm

Sarah Belgravia

Hello Zaid,

How effective any treatment will be depends entirely on your hair loss condition and stage of shedding when you start the medication. As you can see from our hundreds of Success Stories, we experience a lot of promising regrowth results for men with a receding hairline. To assess your suitability for hair loss treatment and for a personalised plan based on your specific needs, please come and visit one of our Central London hair loss clinics for a free consultation, you can book here or call 020 7730 6666. Alternatively you can use our Online Consultation if you are based outside London.

2nd March, 2015 at 3:07 pm


Hi...am 24 yrs old...I ve lost most of my hairs in frontal region to such an extent dat my scalp is visible,...ve Jus started using minox 5%...will I be able to regrow my hair and cover my scalp...If so how long should I wait??

2nd March, 2015 at 5:41 pm

Sarah Belgravia

Hi Angel,

If you are using the minoxidil 5% as part of a comprehensive hair loss treatment course then you should start to see results - from stabilisation to regrowth - in the first 4-6 months after starting treatment. How long it takes depends very much on the cause of your hair loss condition, whether any underlying cause has or needs to be dealt with (for example, stress which can cause or exacerbate hair loss), and whereabout you are in your hair growth cycle when you start your treatment. The hair around the hairline and temples is the slowest to regrow so you should give it a minimum of 6 months to see if you start to notice any change.

22nd June, 2015 at 11:16 am


is there any treatment for natural baldness?

22nd June, 2015 at 2:20 pm

Sarah Belgravia

Hi Cynda,

There are effective treatments for female pattern hair loss. This condition usually presents as thinning hair across the top of the head and around the temples. It is most noticeable at the parting which appears to become wider as more scalp becomes visible due to this thinning. High strength minoxidil has produced significant regrowth results for many women affected by female pattern hair loss so is definitely worth investigating, alongside hair growth boosters, if you are looking to treat your condition.

4th July, 2015 at 12:44 am


My pattern baldness is more akin to female pattern baldness. My hairline isn't receding from the sides but instead from the center, I've combed my hair parted for the last 20 years and now the part is growing, the front middle part of my scalp is thinning out a lot, hairline at the front isn't that bad. What would you recommend?

6th July, 2015 at 12:21 pm

Sarah Belgravia

Hi Tom, One of our hair loss specialists has answered your question in full, here.

10th July, 2015 at 12:11 pm


Salam. I have frontal thining and a round bald patch. I geneticaly hav los my hair may b. Harmonal problm may b. I once visit a dermatologist. According tp my blood test report i hav autoimune problm. He just gav me minox 2. With tht my scalp colour bcm red. And start itching. I left tht. Plz plz kindly help me. I liv in pak so cant visit.... My hair r so weak and so damag. It seem they will com out v soon....

10th July, 2015 at 2:58 pm

Sarah Belgravia

Hello Zoya,

It sounds like you may have had an allergic reaction to the minoxidil your dermatologist gave you. We cannot send our products to Pakistan so we suggest you go back to your dermatologist who should be able to work with you on finding a more suitable solution.

14th July, 2015 at 5:10 pm

Vincent Tan

Hi, I'm from Singapore I have suffer frontal hair loss, how do I prevent it and regrow? Any solution for me?

16th July, 2015 at 10:50 am

Sarah Belgravia

Hi Vincent,

As per the information above, there are treatments to help you prevent and regrow frontal hair loss or a receding hairline. We are able to send our products to Singapore so if you would like a diagnosis of your condition and personalised male hair loss treatment recommendations for your specific level and pattern of shedding, please complete our Online Consultation.

18th July, 2015 at 6:44 am


Hi...I live in the states. I also suffer a front hair loss. How and where do I get some of your products? Thanks

20th July, 2015 at 11:09 am

Sarah Belgravia

Hi Christel,

Simply complete an Online Consultation so that one of our hair loss specialists can diagnose your condition, level and pattern of shedding. A Belgravia Treatment Advisor will then get in touch to discuss recommended treatment options and they can arrange for these to be sent out to you in the USA.

28th July, 2015 at 3:10 am


Is there any natural treatment for frontal baldness.I dont have much baldness just have a receeding hairline and I just a product wanted to use it till I get all my receeding hairline back.

29th July, 2015 at 1:14 pm

Sarah Belgravia

Hi Jayacharan, One of Belgravia's experts has answered your question in full, here.

30th August, 2015 at 3:57 pm


Hello, they say that frontal baldness is irreversible, is this true?

1st September, 2015 at 10:35 am

Sarah Belgravia

Hi Jay,

It is generally possible to regrow hair lost to frontal baldness when the term refers to a receding hairline caused by Male Pattern Hair Loss. When 'frontal baldness' refers to a receding hairline in women - or very occasionally men - due to a form of scarring alopecia known as Frontal Fibrosing Alopecia, that is currently irreversible. In this instance sometimes a hair transplant can be an option and researchers are currently investigating potential treatments for this type of hair loss. For a receding hairline in men, a recommended hair loss treatment course which features high strength minoxidil has frequently produced significant regrowth results in Belgravia clients. One of our experts has also provided a more in-depth response to your question, here.

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