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15/Sep/2019

Hair loss has many causes which are in many cases hereditary. Hereditary hair loss is a natural condition, not a disease, and it may be experienced by anyone whose ancestors suffered from hair loss.

Male pattern hair loss, also known as androgenic alopecia, typically starts during the ages of the 20s and 30s and goes on with the aging process. It is a common belief that male pattern baldness is passed down from the mother’s side of one’s family and female pattern baldness is passed down from the father’s side. However, this myth is proven to be invalid by scientific studies and it is now known that hair loss can genetically be passed down to the offspring from either parent.

Baldness caused by heredity tends to begin with thinning hair and can lead to complete hair loss on some parts of the scalp. Male pattern baldness initially affects temples and crown and in the advanced stages only a small number of hairs are left on the sides and on the back of the head. Female pattern hair loss on the other hand typically affects the top of the head down the middle; forehead and temples are usually not affected. Due to their different nature of hair loss, women are able to hide their hair loss much more successfully than men. It should be mentioned that complete hair loss on the scalp is not something usual; thus, it may be an indication of a different problem such as an infection or a condition called alopecia areata.

Although hereditary hair loss is not a disease, it can be prevented and even reversed. Few medications are successful to slow down the balding process for some people. For those who would like to get their lost hair back, hair transplant procedures called FUE and FUT can now successfully restore the lost hair and therefore hereditary hair loss is now a condition not to be feared anymore.


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15/Sep/2019

Patchy or thinning facial hair can be a source of frustration for many men. Beard and moustache trends go in and out of fashion all the time but, over the last few years, the popularity of thick beards and ‘designer’ stubble has skyrocketed. As ‘No-Shave November’ arrives, you might be wondering how to achieve a facial hair look to be admired. A hair transplant is one solution that can change your look and impact your life, but if that’s not enough to convince you to undergo the procedure, here are our top ten things to know if you’re interested in having the treatment.

Some men can’t grow facial hair

If you’ve been trying to grow a beard for years and the most success you’ve had is no more than a fine layer of stubble, you should know that it’s not anything you’re doing wrong – it’s unfortunately down to your genetics. Beard growth is produced through a chemical known as dihydrotestosterone, so a man’s ability to grow a beard is determined by how their body reacts to this kind of testosterone – or any testosterone for that matter. Men with thick beards are usually more sensitive to testosterone than those who can’t grow one at all, but fortunately, anyone can have a beard or moustache transplant to replicate the appearance of natural facial hair growth.

Hair will be taken from your head

Many men wonder where the hair used to create a luxurious beard will come from. It’s typically taken from the back of your scalp, where the hair is fine and most closely represents that which grows naturally on the chin.

The transplanted hair will fall out

You will experience hair loss from your beard after the procedure, but there’s no need to panic! After two weeks, depending on each individual patient, the hair will shed, but it will grow back within three months. It can take several months to see the full results of your treatment, but your surgeon will explain the procedure fully, including the results you can expect to see, during your consultation so you can have a better idea of what is to come.

The procedure is quick and non-intrusive

Advancements in technology are improving cosmetic surgery procedures all the time, making them quicker, more successful and less painful. At Longevita, we only use the leading FUE techniques to ensure the best possible results and minimal scarring when it comes to our moustache and beard transplants in Turkey. Generally, the procedure will take between three and nine hours, depending on the number of grafts required and the size of the area being worked on. While some patients do experience some pain after the treatment, this has been described as minimal and ‘less than expected’.

The number of grafts vary

It sounds obvious, but many men aren’t aware of just how many grafts are needed to create the beard or moustache they desire. This number can vary, but a goatee may require between 1,000 and 1,500 grafts, while a full beard could need more than 3,000 grafts!

You will need some recovery time

Despite the procedure taking very little time, and rarely requiring a second round of treatment, you will need a day or two to recover afterwards. You can usually return home on the same day but it’s best to take it easy before you go back to resuming your daily activities.

Treatment can suit your budget

The cost of treatment can vary dramatically, which is why so many people are seeking treatment from leading surgeons in Turkey. In the UK, treatment can cost upwards of £7,500! At Longevita, we pride ourselves on providing affordable solutions for hair and beard transplants in Turkey, allowing you to achieve your desired look at a price that you can afford.

Hair can be transplanted to sideburns and eyebrows too

Did you know that hair can be transplanted to just about anywhere? If you’ve lost your eyebrows due to a medical condition such as Alopecia, or would just like to create stylish sideburns, there is a broad variety of hair and eyebrow transplant procedures available to help you.

The results can improve your confidence

One of the main reasons that men decide to have a beard or moustache transplant is because they simply aren’t happy with how they look. In many cultures, facial hair is directly associated with masculinity and self-worth which means that men can feel inferior due to their inability to grow a beard. Having a transplant and achieving a natural looking, full beard can improve your confidence dramatically.

You’re not alone

The number of men having beard and moustache transplants in the UK is on the rise. So, if you’re considering having the procedure carried out in order to help improve your self-esteem, you will be far from alone. It might surprise you to learn that it is not just the Hollywood stars who are having the treatment; last year in the UK alone around 4,500 hair transplant procedures were carried out.

If you’re interested in finding out more about beard and moustache transplants, get in touch with one of our experts at Longevita. We can arrange a free consultation in one of our 10 UK locations.


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15/Sep/2019

As with any surgical procedure, a hair transplant can come with various risks that you’ll need to be aware of prior to undergoing the surgery. While a hair transplant is typically considered to be safe, the process involved may see you experiencing some pain, swelling and inflammation of the scalp in the minutes, hours and days following the procedure. Here, we’re taking a closer look at the risks and side effects of a hair transplant:

Short-Term Complications

Typically, any side effects which follow a hair transplant will be minor and will often clear up within a few weeks of the procedure. These short-term side effects include:

Bleeding & Swelling Of The Scalp

One of the most common side effects patients may experience is bleeding and swelling of the scalp. The nature of the hair transplant means that follicles will be removed from areas of the head that see healthy hair growth and be transplanted into the treatment areas through incisions. While the FUE method is far less intrusive than the traditional FUT method, which required strips to be cut from the scalp, there is still a possibility of some minor bleeding and swelling as the transplants heal.

Itching

Itching is a common side effect of any surgery as areas of the body are trying to heal and as a result, it’s an understandable common occurrence after a hair transplant. It is important, however, not to scratch the scalp to relieve itching, as this can lead to the displacement of the newly transplanted hair follicles. It could also lead to dirt being passed into the wounds, which could ultimately lead to an infection and become dangerous. If the itching is prolonged after the hair transplant procedure, it may be a result of the shampoo you are using, but you can contact one of our aftercare specialists for further information on how to prevent an itching scalp.

Infection

Inflammation or infection of the hair follicles is known as folliculitis and can occur as a complication of a hair transplant. Infections of this kind can often be treated by a mild antibiotic cream, lotion or gel. If the infection becomes more serious, then it is advised to contact our aftercare specialists in order to gain additional medical help or advice.

Shock Loss

Shock loss refers to the scenario when newly transplanted hair suddenly falls out post-procedure. This is a surprisingly common complication, but it is not one for patients to be concerned about. In fact, patients who experience shock loss will find that their newly transplanted hair will re-grow within a few months, as the follicles transplanted into their scalp will remain intact.

Long-Term Complications

While there are a number of short-term complications, these are often resolved within the first few weeks after the procedure takes place and the hair begins to grow back. However, there are some long-term complications which may also need to be considered:

Scalp Laxity

The laxity of the scalp could be impacted after a hair transplant procedure, due to the trauma your head is put through during the surgery. This is most common after the FUT procedure. Typically, the scalp will regain the majority of its laxity within the first six-eight months after the procedure, but it will continue to loosen after this. If the patient had a loose scalp to begin with then the scalp is more likely to return to full laxity, while a tighter scalp prior to the surgery will see a more noticeable change.

Grafts Which Fail To Take

While our success rate here at Longevita is high, there are some circumstances where a patient’s grafts will not take to the scalp and therefore a repetition of the surgery is required. All of our surgeons are fully insured, offering peace of mind and support for each of our patients if this is the case. In the event that your hair transplant procedure has not taken, the patient consultant will review the progress of growth and take any required action.

Hair Curl

A long-term complication after a hair transplant can be a ‘hair curl’. This means that the hair follicle which has been transplanted into the scalp has curled under which could result in an ingrown hair. This can be highly irritating for a patient and could result in infection. If there are a large number of curled hairs on the head, the results of the hair transplant may appear unnatural.

Aftercare With Longevita Hair Transplant

Once you return to your home country, the dedicated host who was with you for the duration of your surgical journey will continue to check up on you for up to one year post-procedure. They will provide you with full aftercare advice and will continue to ensure that the hair transplant re-growth remains a success throughout the first crucial 12 months. If you are experiencing any post-surgical complications, we have a team of dedicated nurses and doctors based in the UK to provide any follow-up treatment where required.

Here at Longevita Hair Transplant, we pride ourselves on the quality of the procedures that we provide and the professionalism of our surgeons. We work with some of the most highly-respected and sought-after surgeons from around the world, meaning you can put your trust in us with your hair transplant procedure.

For more information about the procedures or to book a consultation with one of our patient consultants, get in touch on 0845 5198 948, today.


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15/Sep/2019

Hair transplant is now in its golden age. Hair growth products which have serious side effects and in many cases fail to work have continued to disappoint men in their efforts to regrow their hair. Therefore in their quest for getting their hair back, balding men are increasingly considering hair transplant procedure. However, they do not want to experience the disappointment they had with hair growth products so they ask: Is hair transplant permanent?

Hair is transplanted from the back of the head, donor area, which is genetically resistant to hair loss. The genetic properties of hair on that area allow them to go on growing in their new location. Therefore, transplanted hair typically lasts for a lifetime. As people get older, transplanted hair may get thinner but they should not fall out. It is estimated that in good hands 95% of transplanted hair is permanent. However, if hair such as body hair which is not on the back of the head is used, they may eventually fall out because they are not genetically protected.

The fact that hair transplant is permanent does not mean that hair may be left as it is. One should take extra care of transplanted hair after hair transplant procedure. Because transplanted hair initially tends to be fragile. Hair transplant patient should use the spray, shampoo and medications as prescribed by the doctor. Failing to stick to pre-operative and post-operative instructions given by the doctor can negatively affect the result of the procedure. Those who seek hair transplant should make sure that their procedure is performed by an experienced and talented hair transplant specialist so that hair follicles during the procedure are maintained alive.

To sum, the question is hair transplant permanent has a simple answer: Yes! As long as an experienced hair transplant specialist is chosen, pre and post-operative instruction are followed and transplanted hair is taken care of, hair transplant procedure proves permanent results.


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15/Sep/2019

With the advancement of technology for the last couple of decades, hair transplant techniques have significantly improved. The most advanced hair transplant technique, follicular unit extraction (briefly known as FUE) has decreased the number and extent of side effects and ensured a procedure with minimal discomfort. Hair transplant is now considered a minor outpatient procedure and there are only a few, insignificant hair transplant side effects.

Hair transplant side effects include:

  • Swelling
  • Numbness
  • Minor discomfort
  • Itching

Swelling is expected after hair transplant procedure and it usually subsides within a few days. Keeping the head elevated while sleeping or lying on a bed is advised in order to reduce swelling. The medications prescribed by the doctor will also help decrease it. Numbness after the procedure varies from patient to patient and it appears on donor area, which is the back of the head. Numbness is minimal and may persist for a few weeks, but it eventually disappears. A minor discomfort is reported by some patients who go ahead with the hair transplant. Discomfort is usually experienced when the doctor injects anaesthetic on the head, but it is only minor and disappears quickly. A slight itchy sensation may be experienced by some patients but it is not reported to be a big deal and it goes away quickly. In case of itchy sensation during the first few days after the procedure, it is important not to touch the head in order to prevent graft loss. In addition to these, a shock loss, though it is very rare, may be experienced by the patient but this is only a temporary situation and the hair grows back within 3-6 months. Bleeding may also occur in some cases, but it is not life threatening.

Hair transplant side effects mentioned above are only minor and temporary. It is essential to conduct a research and choose an experienced hair transplant specialist in order for possible hair transplant side effects to disappear quickly.


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15/Sep/2019

Over the past few years, advancements in technology have had a significant impact on cosmetic surgery procedures, making them more successful and less invasive. Hair transplants are designed to improve the appearance of thinning or balding hair. The treatment is popular amongst both men and women. People choose to have a hair transplant for a variety of reasons – perhaps they have a medical condition which causes hair loss, or they are part of the population which suffers with male pattern baldness. Platelet Rich Plasma (PRP) is just one of the latest cosmetic surgery techniques which is changing the way hair transplants are carried out.

How Does PRP Work?

The surgical procedure uses the patient’s own white and red blood cells. The plasma of the blood is mixed with growth hormone and then reinjected back into the areas of the scalp which need treatment. The intention is that the growth hormone will stimulate hair growth. As the patient’s own blood is used, there are fewer issues with compatibility. Overall, it’s a relatively simple procedure which uses the body’s own cells to promote growth and healing.

Is it Successful?

There have been many instances where the PRP hair transplant treatment has been successful. Studies have shown that the treatment has made hair grow faster and more evenly when combined with surgical hair restoration. Patients who undergo hair transplants using PRP without surgery are seeing improved results but there is not yet enough evidence to assess whether the treatment alone will work effectively.

Experts known in the field of hair restoration have said that success is being seen 70% of the time where PRP treatment is used for both female and male hair loss. Shedding slows down or stops completely and finer hairs thicken, which improves the overall appearance of the patient’s hair.

Other Uses for PRP

There are many other uses for PRP. It has been successful in improving the function of various joints, including the knees, elbows, ankles and hips. Studies have shown that the treatment can also reduce pain and discomfort. As a result, the treatment is proving to be extremely popular in the sports medicine field for treating conditions such as arthritis, joint injuries and tendon repair. The technique has also been used in dental surgery, to help graft bone to areas of the face successfully.

The Future

The science behind the treatment is still in development but cosmetic surgeons are well aware of its potential. It’s highly likely that an increasing number of cosmetic surgical procedures will use PRP in the future, including facial surgery to fight signs of aging and sun damage. In particular, if PRP hair transplants continue to be successful this could transform the way the procedure is carried out completely. At the moment, surgeons are already using PRP treatment in combination with surgical hair transplants on a daily basis. It is an exciting feat of science that allows the body’s own cells to help encourage recovery and healing.

For more information on how PRP may be used in the future, or to book in a hair transplant in Turkey, get in touch with a member of our team on 0203 691 6851 today!


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15/Sep/2019

Cosmetic surgeries and treatments are constantly improving, but in recent years, in particular, scientists across the world have been competing in a race to develop a revolutionary treatment using stem cells for hair re-growth. Similar to the traditional hair transplant only in name, this entirely new procedure is expected to be available by 2020. We’ve taken an in-depth look at what it entails to see how it might shake up the cosmetic surgery industry in the near future.

What Does A Stem Cell Hair Transplant Involve?

Unlike the standard hair transplant, which involves removing and replacing a large number of individual hairs from one area of the head to another, a stem cell hair transplant will instead remove small samples of skin from the human scalp where hair follicles are then harvested.

This is called a punch biopsy, which is performed using an instrument with a circular blade that is rotated on to the skin to remove a cylindrical sample of tissue. The hair follicles on this tissue are replicated in a lab before both samples of hair are implanted back onto the scalp, though this time, into the problem areas of hair loss. This then allows hair to grow from where the follicles were taken as well as where they are transplanted to.

What Are Stem Cells?

Stem cell research has come to prominence in recent years, not least in potential cures for a variety of illnesses, including heart disease, Alzheimer’s and Parkinson’s.

The reason that these cells could theoretically be used to treat the above conditions, as well as hair loss, is due to the fact they still have the ability to develop into different types of cells within the human body. They’re unspecialised, which theoretically means that they could be used to replace any tissue or organ within your body.

What’s The Success Rate?

Although the treatment is yet to be made readily available to the public and is still very much an experimental procedure, the success rate on some of the initial tests looks to be incredibly promising.

A study completed by Italian scientists found that, after patients had received the revolutionary treatment, they showed a 29% increase in hair density after just 6 months from the initial procedure – a remarkable statistic when you consider that on average, traditional hair transplants take between 12 to 18 months to show improvement in texture and thickness.

Any clinics that currently offer stem cell hair therapies are therefore not approved by the FDA, so cannot make any guarantees in regards to results or success rates.

What Will It Cost?

The exact cost of stem cell hair transplants hasn’t been determined as of yet, due to the fact that the procedure is still in its research and conceptual stages.

However, we can make an educated guess as to what the price of the revolutionary procedure might be from some of the experimental therapies currently being offered by various clinics across the world.

The range of the exploratory and investigative stem cell hair transplants currently sits between the £2000 and £8000 mark. However, like traditional procedures, it’s likely that the price will vary according to the hair type and the extent of hair loss which is required to be treated.

When Could Stem Cell Hair Transplants Be Available?

There are hopes that stem cell hair transplants could be made available to the public as soon as 2020. Especially with the encouraging recent developments published in a study produced by the Stem Cell Laboratory at the University of Southern California in LA.

Dr Chuong, lead investigator on the research project revealed that “Many ageing individuals do not grow hair well, because adult cells lose their regenerative ability. But with our new findings, we are able to make adult mouse cells produce hair again.”

By uncovering the major molecule arrangements necessary for the regrowth of hair and fostering it in shaved mice, this research could lead to conditions considered as untreatable being cured by stem cell hair transplants.

As you can see, the future for alternative solutions to hair loss is incredibly bright. However, if you require a treatment now for the most natural-looking results available, here at Longevita, we have a variety of procedures which could help you achieve hair regrowth.

If you have any questions or queries regarding any of our treatments, you can book a consultation with an expert member of our team on 0845 5198 948, alternatively, you can complete our online enquiry form.


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15/Sep/2019

As with any surgical procedure, the possibility of complications or side effects after a hair transplant is a common concern. As your surgeon will tell you prior to the procedure, there are a number of potential problems you could face during the healing process or further down the line, but it’s important not to let these put you off of your decision. In fact, some issues, such as shock loss, are common in hair transplant patients and shouldn’t trigger as much concern as they do.

Shock loss could take place after a hair transplant has been completed but isn’t a permanent issue. To help you understand what to expect, we have detailed this prevalent issue and explained why it provides no immediate cause for concern.

What is “Shock Loss?”

Every single hair transplant procedure here at Longevita will see detailed work completed by the most highly-trained professionals we have on our staff. Your surgeon will make accurate extractions of hair from donor areas and then transplant them with equal precision into any thinning or balding areas. However, even the most skilled surgeons can’t prevent every side-effect.

On rare occasions, the action or extracting and transplanting hair can lead to the loss of healthy hair just days after the initial surgery has taken place. This isn’t a bad transplant or damaged follicles in most cases – in fact, the issue has been given its very own name – “shock loss.”

Shock loss involves the loss of follicles within treated areas after transplantation, but it is important to note that this issue only affects around 5% of all patients and only takes a temporary effect. It is important to be aware that it is just the hair follicles which fall off as a result of the trauma which the scalp experiences as part of the surgery. The roots which are transplanted do not fall off and any lost hair will begin to grow stronger and healthier within just months after the issue takes place.

On the rare occasion that shock loss occurs, this is generally due to damage caused to nearby healthy follicles, stress to the scalp or simply a broken hair shaft. In order to prevent any complications, most surgeons will remove each hair one at a time using FUE methods, depending on your hair type. When taking strands of hair from a donor area, each strand will be taken using a punch device to ensure minimal movement during the procedure.

Unless every measure is taken when removing hairs, there is every possibility that you will have a negative impact on any follicles within the immediate vicinity, which could cause them to come out completely. Equal care needs to be taken in the case of the transplantation, especially within the area that is being transplanted. When the incision process is being undertaken, you could disrupt nearby follicles which can also lead to hairs falling out.

Statistically, women have experienced the shock loss phenomenon on a more frequent basis than men, but both genders are likely to see their hair return to normal in 2-4 week cycles after the initial hair loss. Once your scalp has healed and settled, you will be able to re-grow hair with the possibility of it being even thicker and more vibrant than before.

Should I Be Concerned About “Shock Loss?”

As we’ve already mentioned, there really is no need to be alarmed if you experience shock loss after a hair transplant. After a few days, your hair will completely regrow, leaving you with a full head of hair.

When the regrowth period takes place, don’t be concerned if you notice that your hairs initially appear thin and slightly colourless. Over the course of around a year, your hair will start to take on a much thicker and mature tone as it starts to fully grow. In order to maximise the process, you could use lotions and specialist products to help encourage your hair to grow at a much faster rate- you can speak to your consultant about this before or after the initial treatment to determine what is best for your hair type.

It is also important to note that any transplanted hairs are equally susceptible to shock loss and also provide no real calls for concern. They will simply fall out and then regrow into place within a four-month cycle. Any hair loss after a successful transplant is very much a rare occurrence and not something that many people ever have to deal with throughout their life. Shock loss is a perfectly natural part of all hair transplants. The only thing anyone can do when this takes place is to simply wait until it re-grows back into place.

If you would like to find out even more information about shock loss or any hair transplant procedures, then you are more than welcome to contact any of the professional surgeons at Longevita.

 


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15/Sep/2019

For those with permanent hair loss, a hair transplant can be a valuable way to not only promote hair growth once more but give you back some well-deserved confidence. Both men and women can suffer hair loss, but thankfully improvements in transplantation methods have made the entire process not only simpler but more accessible.

FUE – or Follicular Unit Extraction – offers patients a follicle-by-follicle extraction and implantation system that crafts a natural look as their hair begins to grow again and here, we’re taking a look at exactly what you’ll see during the re-growth stages of a hair transplant.

The First Telogen

You may be surprised to know that the first stage of growth after a hair transplant is actually for the hairs to shed. When transplanting a follicle, the surgeon will be moving short hairs from one part of your scalp to the balding or thinning section. The shedding is usually due to the stress that each follicle will go under when extracted and re-placed, but also makes way for new, healthy hair growth. This stage typically lasts up to two weeks dependant on your personal speed of hair growth. However, you may experience the Telogen stage for up to four months in some cases before the hair begins to grow properly.

Anagen

Anagen, more commonly known as the growth stage, is when you’ll begin to see the new hairs beginning to grow and is also the point at which your surgeon can more effectively determine whether further grafts may be needed. As the follicles leave the Telogen stage, they’ll begin to produce hair and grow at a rate typical for average hair growth. Everyone’s hair grows at different rates, but the average level of growth can be up to half an inch or so per month. This stage will last anything from 2-6 years which differs from hair to hair.

Catagen

Catagen is the point where hair will essentially stop growing. The follicles reach a standstill, becoming effectively dormant for some time but you’re unlikely to experience any hair loss in this stage. However, it only actually lasts for around 2 weeks or so before it moves onto the final stage.

The Second Telogen

Unlike the first Telogen phase, the second will last around 3-4 months depending on your hair follicles and how quickly they work. This is a period in which you will experience some shedding, but don’t worry – it’s not going to be noticeable! Instead, you’ll find that only a small amount of your hair will ever be at this stage, with the others all either growing or in the Catagen stage at any time. This will then lead to the Exogen phase of hair growth, which is defined as an extension of the telogen phase. This is where old hair will shed and new hair will simultaneously begin to grow, therefore trigering the next Anagen phase in the cycle.

Hair transplants can provide confidence to those currently experiencing advanced levels of permanent hair loss and techniques such as FUE even require minimal downtime. While you won’t see results immediately, the 18 months after your procedure will begin to show just how your hair will look while it grows.

 

If you’re interested in a hair transplant at either of our Turkey clinics in Istanbul or Izmir, feel free to get in touch with one of our team, today.


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15/Sep/2019

Let’s face it, for men, and some women too for that matter, hair loss is most certainly no laughing matter and is a topic that causes a great deal of heartaches, stress, and even misery for some people. Very few people wish to lose their hair which is why more and more individuals are handing over their hard-earned money in exchange for hair growth products which are marketed and hyped up as a feasible, affordable, and effective balding cure. The problem is that whilst many of these hair growth products do indeed work, some of them work better than others, and some simply do not work at all. If hair loss is concerning you or somebody close to you, then here’s a look at the top four hair growth products available in stores today, which have been proven to be highly effective.

DS Laboratories revita hair shampoo 
– This hair loss shampoo formula from DS laboratories is quickly proving to be one of the most popular and successful hair growth products on the market today. One of the reasons why this shampoo is proving so effective is that it doesn’t contain harmful artificial chemicals such as sodium laurite sulphate, which is found in many other similar products. These chemicals can actually damage hair follicles, actively contributing towards hair loss and preventing adequate hair growth. Revita hair shampoo, however, contains ingredients which revitalize the hair and help to stimulate blood flow and circulation, which in turn can encourage new growth.

American Crew Hair Recovery Patches
 – American Crew are a trusted and reliable company that are growing in popularity every single day. Here, they’ve gone ahead and created patches which are to be applied to the temple area of the head and the hairline area, which are designed to help prevent hair loss by supplying vital nutrients that nourish and replenish the hair. They’re completely transparent so can be left on the head where the skin will absorb all of the nutrients over a 20 minute period or so. To ensure the nutrients which include proteins and amino acids are able to do their job, the patches should be applied on a daily basis.

Simplicity Hair
 – Simplicity hair is packed full of all-natural essential oils which can help slow growing, damaged, and lifeless hair to look shinier, to become thicker, and to grow at an increased pace than what it is accustomed to. These hair oil products will get to work almost instantaneously, with noticeable results becoming apparent after around just one week of continual use.

Vichy Dercos Neogenic Hair Loss Treatment
 – This daily conditioning treatment from Vichy Pro has been recommended by hair care experts, especially for people who happen to be experiencing severe hair loss. The reason why it is so effective is that it nourishes and treats the scalp, helping to repair hair follicles and helping to saturate them with essential nutrients required for adequate growth and repair. If used daily, this product will rebuild and strengthen the hair within a matter of weeks.


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