How To Stop Frontal Hair Loss
In this video, a hair loss expert from the Belgravia Centre discusses several viable treatments for sufferers of frontal hair loss, although it is mainly due to genetic factors.
Frontal hair loss is caused by genetic factors, that is to say that it is mainly hereditary. It is usually quite difficult to treat, but there are treatments available. One of the most popular treatments and the most successful treatments would be Propecia which is Finasteride.
Another treatment which is also extremely successful, Minoxidil 12.5% plus azelaic acid cream. This is usually the drug of choice.
We have found that Minoxidil 12.5% plus azelaic acid has been a very, very effective treatment for doing frontal hair loss. Due to its cream texture, it is easier to apply directly to the areas that are needed most.
Propecia is a brand name for a product called Finasteride. It is the only other proven medication which is effective for hair loss. It's available in a tablet, in a one milligram and this is the only dose that is effective for hair loss.
In many cases, it's best in a combination with Minoxidil and that can give the most effective treatment. There are also other products which can help boost a proven treatment but might not be so effective individually. An example of one of these is called Hair Vitalics; it contains a number of nutrients, minerals, vitamins and herbs which are beneficial for healthy hair growth and the general condition and integrity of the hair.
It also contains some ingredients that could help slow down or prevent hair loss. Frontal hair loss is genetic, it's caused by testosterone which becomes dihydrotestosterone of the scalp. This is known as DHD.
DHD minimizes the hair follicles, causes them to shrink, and eventually, with time, hair falls out. Another form of frontal hair loss is called traction alopecia. This is caused by pulling the hair back and over time, the hairline recedes and causes frontal hair loss.
An example of a celebrity that has frontal hair loss would be Stevie Wonder. Frontal hair loss is difficult to treat as it's genetic, but you can try and help it using the treatments mentioned in this video. In this video, a hair loss expert from the Belgravia Centre discusses several viable treatments for sufferers of frontal hair loss, although it is mainly due to genetic factors. .