Treatment for Male Pattern Baldness
Male Pattern Baldness generally follows a set pattern of a receding hairline, followed by thinning of the hair on the crown and temples.
This is the most common type of hair loss and usually starts around the late 20s or early 30s. By the late 30s, most men have some degree of hair loss.
Male Pattern Baldness can leave a horseshoe shape of hair around the back and sides of the head and it could progress to complete baldness, although this is rare.There are two treatments
There are 2 products on the market that have made huge advances in treating men’s hair loss. XXX, commercially known as xxx©, is only available via private prescription and not on the NHS. Minoxidil is available by private prescription if you require the stronger 10% or 15% solutions. A weaker 5% (commercially known as Regaine®) is available over the counter.
Both can slow down or stop hair loss, but they’re not miracle cures. However, even though these 2 products are the best in the market, they might not work for everyone and the result only lasts for as long as you keep using it.
Remember – there’s no lotion, medication, shampoo, massage or laser treatment that will ever bring back your lost hair. If you already have lost hair and have bald patches, only a Hair Transplant can restore them