Question: I’m getting worried about my hairline. It started to recede into a widow’s peak when I was 16 and now I’m 21 and think it’s getting worse! I still have quite a lot of hair and want to treat it before it gets worse. What should I do? Please help…
Answer: From puberty, a lot of men start to recede as the hairline gradually matures. A prominent receding hairline, however, is often a precursor to male pattern baldness. Although it can be prevented with clinically proven hair loss treatments, and it is possible to even reverse temporal recession, the sooner you act the better results you are likely to obtain.
At The Belgravia Centre, we would tend to recommend a hair loss treatment programme based around the minoxidil 12.5% cream and Propecia tablet. However, you should arrange to come in for a free consultation (we’re open seven days a week), or fill in the online diagnostic form so a specialist can make a proper analysis and give you the correct recommendations.
For more information, or to book your appointment, call the centre on 020 7730 6666.