Please find below a list of solutions for hair loss.
To put it simply, Propecia stops the body converting testosterone into dihydrotestosterone (DHT). DHT is what causes hair follicles to shrink and ultimately to stop functioning. The way Propecia works is by blocking the DHT and stopping the hair follicles shrinking, which prevents additional hair loss occurring.
Shampoos & Conditioners
There are a wide variety of hair loss shampoos and conditioners available for both men and women. Many of these brands work in different ways to tackle hair loss. Let’s take a look at some of the more popular brands.
Hair Fibres & Hair Concealers
Did you know that there are ways you can conceal areas of hair loss cosmetically? These days, modern hair fibres and hair concealers are a highly effective, affordable, and discreet way to cover up hair loss.
Minoxidil For Men & Women
Minoxidil has a long and much-contoured history. It was originally developed as a treatment for ulcers and, over time, its other applications were discovered. Researchers found that it was a powerful vasodilator and could therefore be used as a treatment for hypertension (high blood pressure).
Wigs, Toupees And Hair Systems
Hair loss solutions are far more advanced and natural looking today than anything we have ever seen in the past. From undetectable wigs and toupees to the newest technology, such as hair systems, men and women can enjoy hair coverage like never before.
Transplants & Surgery
For many people, hair transplant procedures can help bring back the appearance of a full – or at least a fuller – head of hair. Offering a permanent and natural solution to hair loss, transplants have been used with great success since the 1950s.
Scalp micropigmentation (SMP) is a form of tattooing that can be used to replicate the appearance of short hair, mask specific areas of hair loss, create a hairline or to enhance the effects of hair replacement surgery.