Help! I'm Losing My Hair. What Can I Do?

Hair loss can be a right pain in the backside. In fact, it can feel a lot worse than a mere inconvenience.  Hair loss affects up to 65 percent of men by the age of 40, and over half of women by the same age, respectively. Going bald is most definitely a problem, and, without a cure, the problem isn't about to go away any time soon. 

So, without a cure, is there a viable fix for baldness and thinning hair?  Well, yes, there are actually ways in which hair loss can, at the very least, be minimised. And here, we look at your five best options.

Results will vary from person-to-person, but, based on customer feedback, reviews, and case studies, here are the five best treatments for hair loss and thinning hair (in no particular order)...

1. Hair Laser Comb

If you suffer from thinning hair across the whole scalp, then the hair laser comb could well be worth a try. Laser combs typically work by parting the hair (as you comb) to enable the laser light to pass through to the scalp.

Laser combs are less expensive than other forms of laser treatments, and they come with a pretty successful rating. Laser combs are also OK to use in conjunction with other types of hair loss treatments, such as Minoxidil (which we'll come to next).

2. Minoxidil

Minoxidil is the only medically approved topical treatment for hair loss. The topical solution comes in two main forms - the foam and the liquid - marketed under many brands, including the most well known one, Regaine (Rogaine in the USA).   

Minoxidil is understood to work by widening blood vessels and allowing more oxygen, blood and nutrients to the hair follicles. This happens as new hair enters the anagen phase, making your old hair to fall out. It's not a cure for hair loss, and nor is it guaranteed to work, but it does give you a fighting chance to at least minimise baldness.

3. Derma Roller 

An increasing amount of men and women have been getting really great results from using a derma roller. Amazingly, this device, which was originally used for anti-ageing skin, can help stimulate the growth of hair.

How does it work, I hear you ask? Well, the derma roller creates micro-injury to the scalp, which is a catalyst for the body's natural healing response. That response instigates collagen production, which in turn stimulates hair growth. A 0.5mm derma roller can be purchased for under £10, so it's definitely worth a try.

4. Multi-Vitamin Supplements 

Multi-vitamin hair growth supplements are fast becoming the most popular go-to treatment for thinning hair. If you're looking for a safe and natural alternative to the chemically harsh drugs such as Finasteride, then multi-vitamin supplements are definitely your thing.

There is a wide range of multi-vitamin hair supplements on the market, including Europe's best one, HR23+.  Multi-vitamin hair supplements can help prevent hair fall and support the healthy function of hair growth, and hair regrowth. 

5. Onion Juice

Ok, so here's our wild card - onion juice. Apparently, it works. No, really, it does. A growing number of men and women are applying onion juice to the scalp, and seeing great results - and what's more, it's cheap as...errr...onions!

When added to the hair and scalp, onion juice can provide extra sulfur to support strong and thick hair, thus preventing hair loss and promoting hair growth. The sulfur from onions may also help promote collagen production. Collagen in turn helps the production of healthy skin cells and hair growth. Give it a try.
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