Thinning hair is a prevalent complaint among men and women of all ages. And just like headaches and acne, there is no shortage of products on the market claiming to help alleviate its symptoms. But with drugstores stocked with hair-thickening products touting all sorts of claims, it can be difficult to decipher between them and determine which work, which are safe and which aren’t. Before you burn a hole in your pocket there’s a few things you should understand when it comes to purchasing hair-thickening products.
Androgenetic alopecia or hereditary hair loss is the most common type of hair loss, affecting about 80 million men and women in the United States. Male pattern baldness and female pattern baldness are both forms of androgenetic alopecia. Not sure if you’re suffering from this form of hair loss? Read on to find out.
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While the sight of hair not attached to your head may be frightening, there’s no need to worry just yet. That’s because everyone loses hair. In fact, it’s completely normal to lose about 50-100 hairs every day. Shedding is just a natural part of your hair’s growth cycle. However, if you are noticing bald patches or excessive thinning, you may be experiencing hair loss.
Hair Club (www.hairclub.com), North America’s largest provider of all proven hair restoration solutions, is proud to showcase the accomplishments of one of its models and spokespeople, Gary Jones of Cleveland, Ohio. Hair Club works closely with each of its clients to help them maximize their sense of confidence through transformative hair restoration services. An actor with a number of screen credits, Jones has appeared in feature films and TV series including Alex Cross, The Shawshank… Read more