If you’re looking for a healthier thicker hair, then hair loss products are amazing. But they’re good at helping the hair that’s already on your head. They do nothing to block the effects of DHT; they do nothing to regenerate those hair follicles, which I keep saying is what you want if you’re looking to sprout new hair and going bald, not if you just want thicker hair on the places that you’ve already got hair.
Let’s move on to a few tips. I work in the salon, and I was talking to the guys in the salon all about male baldness, best hair loss products, and their opinions. There is a myth that if you have thinning hair if you’re losing hair, that you should grow it out and the thicker bits can cover the thinner bits. That’s when you come in to comb over territory, and you want to avoid that.
There is a science behind getting your haircut, and haircuts can reshape the face. They can draw the attention to the face area, to the positive areas, which are exactly what we want.
The next one is if you got thinning hair if you’re in that process of losing hair and it is a real confidence drainer. There are hair loss treatments on the market that have hair building fibers. They range everything from 10 pounds away up to 50.
These are little fibers that stick to your hairs and make your thin hairs, and even if you can’t see them, they make them look a lot thicker and just like new hair. But hair building fibers aren’t a permanent fix. Obviously, they’re just a temporary cosmetic thing that you do have to do every day like how you style your hair.
Male Baldness treatments, that work
So, finally let’s talk about treatments. If you have hair loss, if you are starting to go bald and you want to do something about it, go to a doctor, not a hair clinic. And this is why.
Hair clinics are there to make money obviously, and they will exhaust all the options before going for the ultimate, which is usually the hair transplant. Again, this matches up with a lot of reviews, a lot of statements, a lot of cone-like hair loss journals and journeys that I read from guys online is that they will go through everything from laser treatment to massages, to ointments, making you spend thousands and thousands of pounds.
I’ve seen that people spent up to like twenty-five thousand and even hundreds of thousands before they just decided to spend all that money that they could devote to these hair loss treatments just on a hair transplant.
But, saying that some of these treatments may be enough for you. So, this is something your doctor will be able to tell you rather than a hair clinic. Also, doctors can prescribe medication if it’s right for you and if they think is what will work for you.
FDA approved products to treat male pattern baldness
Now, I am going to mention brands here; these are all FDA approved products. There’s a medicine called Rogaine and as I said this is an FDA-approved treatment for male pattern baldness, and this is kind of an ointment, kind of oil tonic type thing. When it applied directly to the scalp, it can help renew those hair follicles and assist them to start growing hair again.
Very similarly this one called Finasteride. This is very popular, and I’ve read some fantastic reviews of this, seeing some amazing videos and testimonials. And this is a prescribed pill that blocks that DHT from forming and developing in your scalp.
However, there are side effects to these hair regrowth products, and that may affect you or may not. And, so, again, this is something that your doctor will prescribe and go through with you. This is a bit of a more of a life decision, a lifestyle choice. And both of these products I mentioned, only work as you’re using them.
So, when you’re using them, you’ll be growing hair; when stop using them – you will no longer be producing new hair. It’s something you have to continuously take – as I said a lifestyle change and choice.