Hair Loss Facts

Hair loss is a medical condition. It may be due to the hormonal, physiological, physical, environmental or genetic reasons, or a combination of these. The most common cause in both men and women is pattern hair loss or baldness due to genetic factors.

  • Genetic pattern hair loss is irreversible.
  • Hair loss may be continuous throughout life and can affect self esteem and confidence.
  • Hair loss affects about 70% of males and 50% of females.
  • Non-surgical treatment options available range from unproven, untested treatments to clinically trialled treatments such as oral or topical medications and laser hair therapy.
  • Effective treatments will show a range of outcomes. If treatment is discontinued, hair may revert to its original state.
  • New, untried or untested products are constantly entering the market with the promise of miracle treatment, you should always use caution, especially for those products that do not have medical endorsement including Chinese herbals or peptides.
  • The extent, rate of loss and its impact on individuals varies greatly.
  • The only permanent solution is hair transplantation. This is your own hair and it will grow without maintenance. It is natural and the surgery is undetectable.
  • Treatments such as Minoxidil and Finasteride must be continuous to show results and these will always remain a temporary solution. Long-term outcomes, on-going cost and level of maintenance required should be clearly understood and closely examined.
  • Do your research thoroughly.
  • Understand the process of hair loss and its ongoing nature.
  • Appreciate the limitations of each available treatment.
  • Knowledge is power. Take control of your hair loss with well-informed decisions.









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