Catch thinning hair before it’s too late…
In most male cases, without treatment thinning hair eventually leads to some degree of baldness, but nowadays you don’t have to put up with that. Caught early, the process that’s causing thinning hair can be halted and often reversed, so… you can stay looking younger for longer.
By far the most common cause of hair loss is male pattern baldness which can incidentally occur in both men and women. That’s an inherited ‘condition’ where your hair follicles are susceptible, over time, to testosterone (which men and women produce naturally).
Affected hair follicles gradually become less and less effective, producing thinner hair and eventually stopping working. As more and more hair follicles fail, your hair starts to look thinner.
The good news is it’s much easier to treat thinning hair than it is to treat baldness as you can see below. So act now for the best chance of keeping your hair…
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It’s much easier to treat thinning hair than baldness…
so if you act early it’s possible to thicken your hair or at
the very least prevent further hair thinning.
Thinning hair is by no means restricted to men. In fact, thinning hair in women is how genetic baldness affects women… it appears as a general thinning of hair over the whole of the top of the scalp. It rarely leads to baldness, but if you look around in a crowd, thinning hair is more common in women than you might think at first.