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When And Why Should You Visit A Trichologist To Stop Hair Loss

Thankfully,  due to social media and the age of more personal sharinging via the internet, hair loss is becoming less of a taboo subject and almost gone are the days when it was headline news that ‘Celebrity X’ has suddenly regained a full hairline or a wig/hair extension was showing.


By reducing the stigma surrounding the topic, more people are able to have honest conversations concerning hair loss and the treatments for it. This means that there is greater access and recognition for professionals working in this field which will ultimately raise the standards of care.


For the majority of people experiencing hair loss, even with the multitude of information available, it can be difficult to know who to turn to. The first indication of any problems often occurs well into the condition, when the thinning or balding is noticeable to them and the people close by. In some cases, upto 50% of the hair can be lost before a significant change is seen.


Men can usually tell when their hair starts to recede as the hairline is often very visible or hair cuts will not ‘sit’ the same way as usual, on the other hand for women, if the change is not sudden, a gradual increase in lost hair from brushing, combing and washing will often be ignored as it can be very subtle.


It can be embarrassing and so many people would try as much as they can to keep it to themselves or seek information via the Internet which can be misleading as several companies prey on this vulnerability by offering solutions which do not effectively treat the problem especially when the cause is not diagnosed. These treatments are also usually very costly and can leave some in a bad financial position.


If you or someone who know has a hair or scalp problem and is not sure what to do, then they need to book an in person consultation with a Trichologist.


What is Trichology?


Trichology is the study of the hair and scalp. It incorporates aspects of chemistry and human biology to understand the mechanics of the hair cycle and associated disorders. A trichologist, therefore, is a person who practices trichology and focuses on diagnosing, treating and supporting those with hair and scalp conditions.

Although it is not well known in the wider community, it is a field of study that has existed professionally for over 100 years and is well established in the scientific world, boasting many journals and continual research which aids in the production of several popular cosmetic lines.



What does a Trichologist do?


The trichologist will work as many others in the medical field do, by using the information gathered through consultation and testing to reach a diagnosis. Patients will usually seek out their services once a problem becomes unmanageable.


Initially, they will consult with the patient to diagnose the problem using verbal and physical clues from examination of the hair and scalp and then will provide suitable treatment options.


For example,


If a patient presents with severe hair loss, a trichologist will firstly take a detailed patient history to find out if the cause could be systemic and may use a tool called a tricosope to observe the area in question. In some cases, they may ask the patient to have a blood test, which can highlight nutritional or hormonal discrepancies.


Once a diagnosis is reached, considering all of the above information collated during the discussion and testing, the patient will then be presented with a formal diagnosis and be given a prognosis with any treatments they recommend. The treatment options are often topical (used directly on the scalp and hair) and if oral prescriptions are needed, they may refer the patient on to a Doctor.


Most trichologist formulate products which can be used to solve common occurrence such as itchy, dry or inflamed scalp. These conditions are often mild and improvement is rapid.


Other treatments include scalp stimulation via massage, laser or heat and in some cases referral for hair transplants or wigs.


If a diagnosis cannot be reached, the Trichologist may refer the patient to other medical professionals for more extensive testing which could help to uncover the problem.


Some conditions will only require one visit and have a quick course of treatment, this could be a case of Tinea Capitis or ringworm, where the diagnosis is very straightforward and the treatment would be oral antifungals.

On the other hand, some patients may have to work with the trichologist longer term especially in cases of hair loss like alopecia areata, where the aim of the treatment is to monitor the progression of the condition and try different option to at least halt or reverse it as much as possible.


The majority of patients will be able to work through their condition and achieve ‘normalcy’ with their hair, however for some, the damage may be permanent and the scalp may have sustained damage or the hair follicles will no longer produce viable hairs. This makes it extra important to see a Trichologist as soon as you notice any problems or have concerns with your hair.


List of conditions that a Trichologist can treat


It is difficult to make an exhaustive list of all the various conditions that fall under the scope of trichology but below are a few of the common common complaints that many will present with


Alopecia Areata

Androgenic Alopecia (male/female pattern balding)

Bubble Hair

Central Centrifugal Cicatricial Alopecia

Chemical Burns

Diffuse Hair Loss

Discoid Lupus Erythematosus

Folliculitis Decalvans

Frontal Fibrosing Alopecia

Hair Casts

Lichen Planus


Pili Annulati

Pityriasis amiantacea



Tinea Capitis

Traction Alopecia




Trichorrhexis Nodosa


Seborrheic dermatitis

Scarring Alopecia

Syphilitic Alopecia



Doctors  Vs Dermatologist Vs Trichologist


When seeking out help people often think that only a doctor or dermatologist will be able to help but this is not always correct.


Doctors especially general practitioners do not spend more than a few weeks if any, on conditions concerning the hair and scalp. As they are a secondary sexual function, many doctors will often dismiss cases as it is not essential to health and does not take priority.  Understand, this does not mean that doctors are not qualified to treat these cases as they certainly are, however they usually do not have as in depth knowledge because they take a broader approach to healthcare. Patients will be treated but may not get a thorough understanding of the cause and treatments available, as a doctor’s consultation usually lasts less than 15 minutes but with a trichologist you can usually expect to spend up to an hour taking a detailed history and clinical exclamation.


There are a lot of similarities between a trichologist and a dermatologist as they are both focused on the skin. A dermatologist is usually more costly and may not carry out some of the treatments a trichologist would as most are prescribed for self medication. While a dermatologist will have greater scope in the range of treatments they can offer and also the ability to arrange specialist testing, wait times and referral can be a barrier.


Saying all this, it is very common for a trichologist to refer patients back to a dermatologist or to the local general practitioner and vice versa as the three work very well in synergy and all have their specific niche.


You can decide to see any professional but it is imperative that you are able to get the required information and suitable aftercare.


Choosing a Trichologist



Trichology has been around for over 100 years and there are a few respected institutions which are tasked with training and overseeing people who want to become trichologist and holding them accountable once they do.


Based on your location you should be able to find a trichologist within a short distance as it is becoming a popular profession, but there are some strict requirements you should look for before you decide to book an appointment:


Check their credentials


A trichologist will spend at least two years studying rigorously whether it be distance learning or at a physical institution. Ask where they trained so you can check the company to see how they work.


Worldwide there are three main institutions that it’s best to see trichologist from


World Trichology Society

The Institute of Trichologists

International  Association of trichologist


All of the above hold trichologist to a very strict code of ethics and provide them with rigorous training which produces a not only logical trichologist but also one with a clear moral code to work from, by preventing misconduct and insuring not only the well-being of the patient  but also to keep the profession of trichology in high esteem.


Check they are insured, as with all public companies, your safety is important and safety guidelines should be clearly displayed in the office. If you decide to have a treatment or take any form of product or oral supplement, ask for the information sheet and be wary of any side effects they may have.


The consultation should be paid and not free. Most institutions will require that we charge for consultations, at first glance this may seem strange or completely financially focussed however it promotes honesty and transparency. When free consultations are used, you can expect to pay dearly for any subsequent visits or be tied into a long lasting contract for multiple treatments. By paying upfront and for individual sessions, the patient is always in control and aware of the cost.


A good trichologist will do their best to give you a clear diagnosis and timeline of your condition(s), explaining the cause, prognosis and treatment if available. If this is not possible, they will recommend you to other professionals who can help,  but will not continue treating you just for the sake of it without any clear benefits. It is common practise to work with doctors and dermatologists as mentioned above, but also some will have an array of surgeons and wig makers on a paid referral basis but full disclosure should be given and there is no obligation on the patients end to use any of these services.


A good Trichologist WILL


  • Be fully trained by a recognized institution and have all of the revlovent insurance and safety covers
  • Spend time explaining the condition in as much detail as possible
  • Be clear and open about pricing
  • Only provide care when requested
  • Suggest more suitable options if this falls outside their scope
  • Work with other professional to promote the best outcome for the patient
  • Treat all patients with the utmost respect and kindness
  • Say when they are unable to reach a diagnosis



A good Trichologist WON’T


  • Offer a free consultation or long contract based treatment plans
  • Offer treatments for a condition that has no proven outcome
  • Conduct themselves in an unprofessional manner
  • Give false sense of hope or make promises in permanent hair loss cases
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Why is my hairline receeding? How to deal with it?

Men around the world, regardless of age, fear of losing their hair or going bald unites the masses. In this blog, I will discuss a common type of hair loss in men, Androgenic Alopecia (AGA), also known as Male Pattern Hair loss, answering the most common questions.


  • What causes hair loss in men?



Androgenic Alopecia is the leading cause of hair loss in men and will affect  up to 80% of males by the time the reach 80 years of age. (1) The onset is usually around the mid twenties and will start as a receding hairline or thinning of the crown area.


Androgenetic Alopecia is loosely translated into – hair loss caused by androgens. The androgens in this case are the hormone Testosterone. Free testosterone in the body is converted into a more potent form called DHT (dihydrotestosterone) by the enzyme 5-alpha-reductase. The DHT causes the hair follicle to slowly stop producing terminal hair and instead have a shorter growth cycle resulting in shorter, fine hairs vellus hair, found on other areas of the body.


AGA is an autosomal dominant trait, which means that it can be inherited from either the mother or father although it is not normally expressed in women due to low levels of testosterone.



Why is my hairline receding?


The first symptom of AGA is usually a receding hairline. The Hamilton–Norwood classification system shows the clinical progression of hair loss (2). The diagrams depicts 7 stages of hair loss which all start with a general regression of temple hair. However this study was not without its flaws as it was only conducted on caucasian males and may not include racial differences.


  • How do you stop a receding hairline?


Once you start to notice hair loss it is imperative to speak to a professional who can accurately diagnose and prescribe the correct treatment options. AGA is notoriously difficult to treat but there are other contributing factors which have been known to speed up its progression.


  • Men who are very active or take supplements have to be careful when taking whey protein isolate that may contain extra testosterone that is not needed in the body and can be converted into DHT. (3)
  • Stress is a major cause of hair loss due to the chemicals released by the nervous system. It can even result in an immune reaction where the follicles are attacked or permanently destroyed. (4)



  • How can I regrow my hairline?


Often once it’s very hard to stop or reverse without the use of drugs. There are two medications on the market that are commercially available and have been used as a treatment option for treating male pattern baldness and receding hairlines.


  • Minoxidil is used topically and is sold most notably as the brand Regaine. It is a potent vasodilator and increases blood flow to the area increase the length of anagen, the growth part of the hair cycle. The specific mechanism are unknown but the concentrations of 2&5% have been found to restore hair to a cosmetically pleasing level. The major downside of minoxidil is that the success rate are very low, around 20%. (5) It must be applied consistently and for life as once usage is stopped, so will any progress and the hair loss will return with immediate effect.


  • Finasteride is another product that can be taken orally but has to be prescribed by a medical doctor. It inhibits the activity of the enzyme 5 alpha reductase which is the key component in converting testosterone into DHT and subsequently causing hair loss (6).


Both of these medication have very serious side effects which some men will find outweigh the rewards of increased hair growth. They are mostly due the the lowering of testosterone which can affect libido, erectile function and other blood vessel disorders.


  • How can I hide my receding hairline?



If you have realised that you’re suffering from alopecia or just general thinning of your hair, there are several steps you can take to reduce the visibility of the hair loss and hide if you so choose:


-Grow your hair longer,

Only certain parts of the scalp are affected by AGA, so even if you experience loss in certain areas you may still be able to grow hair to a reasonable length to hide or shield thinning areas.


-Use hair fibres

Hair fibres can be used to darken of fill sparse areas, reducing the visibility of the scalp.


-Hair replacement units

For more widespread hair loss, a wig or toupee can be used in conjunction with the remaining hair for a seamless blend that is virtually undetectable.


-Hair transplants

Many men opt to have a hair transplant as a more permanent action to tackle AGA. Donor hairs are taken from the occipital area and inserted into the hairline and crown. This can be expensive but the technology is rapidly improving for less scarring and better results. It is important to note that some people require several surgeries and the newly implanted hairs do not always take or causing subsequent growth.






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  2. Hamilton JB. Patterned loss of hair in man; types and incidence. Ann N Y Acad Sci. 1951;53:708–28.
  3. Amino Acid Supplements and Recovery from High-Intensity Resistance Training Sharp, Carwyn P M; Pearson, David R. Journal of Strength and Conditioning Research. 24(4):1125-1130, April 2010.
  4. Botchkarev VA. Stress and the Hair Follicle: Exploring the Connections. The American Journal of Pathology. 2003;162(3):709-712.
  6. 1: McClellan KJ, Markham A. Finasteride: a review of its use in male pattern hair
    loss. Drugs. 1999 Jan;57(1):111-26. PubMed PMID: 9951956.




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How To Regrow Hair? 20 Best Natural Tips That Work

If you are interesting on how to regrow hair, this is your guide. Hair loss is a fear of any individual. The thing about hair loss is that you don’t notice it until it’s too late. Losing hair can cause severe self-esteem issues and even depression in some cases. While hair does not have a lot to do with skin, hair loss can make you look older. A receding hair line is often considered a sign of aged look in men. For women, hair loss can lead to thinner looking hair with no volume, thus reducing its appeal.




Hair loss can be battled with several remedies. Celebrities commonly indulge in hair reconstruction, hair extensions and consume several clinically developed drugs to induce hair growth. However, there are over a dozen natural remedies that help with hair regrowth. The best part is that they don’t come with side effects or expensive tags. Here are 20 of the best guaranteed measures on how to regrow hair:




  1. Hair Massage Help Your Hair To Grow




A hair massage is one of the simplest hacks to ensure good hair regrowth. Typically massages help in improving the circulation of the scalp. Here, when you massage your scalp you will be activating your hair follicles. By improving the circulation amongst hair follicles, you will be stimulating hair growth.




You can massage your scalp for about 5-10 minutes about twice a week. Many individuals prefer massages without oil. However, using an essential oil may come with combined benefits. For example, you could use coconut or almond oil to condition your hair during a massage. Always remember not to massage too roughly as this may weaken your hair roots.




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  1. How To Regrow Hair With The Right Comb




The best way to ensure hair regrowth is to stop habits that promote hair fall. Many people do not realize that using the wrong comb directly affects hair fall. It is common to witness a little hair fall each time your brush your hair. But when you use the wrong comb you are likely to lose more hair.




A plastic comb or a closely packed comb can stress on your hair while combing, thus causing hair fall. A wide toothed comb, especially a wooden one will prevent this from happening. You may want to give the rest of the styling objects a rest. Using a rolling brush also increases your chances of hair fall. To prevent weak roots and hair fall, stick to a wide toothed comb.




  1. Herbal Rinse




Switch your shampoo bottles with a herbal rinse. No matter how expensive your shampoo is, it will contain a tonne of chemicals. While they give results in terms of shine and texture, they stunt hair growth. If you want to know how to regrow hair, it is by using the right products.




You can buy several herbal rinses from an organic cosmetic shop. Otherwise, you can easily make one at your home. There are several DIY herbal rinses available online. The best combination of rinses usually include chamomile, green tea, hibiscus extract, lavender oils etc. Use the rinse twice or thrice a week instead of a shampoo. These rinses directly come in contact with your hair and scalp. Hence, your scalp can absorb the nutrients more effectively.




  1. If  You Want To Regrow Hair, Hydrate




Drinking water for good hair and skin is an age old saying. If you want lustrous hair then water is your way to go. Make sure you drink at least 6-8 glasses of water a day. By hydrating your body, you also improve the circulation of blood to your scalp. This helps in keeping cells in the scalp and hair follicles active and energized.




  1. Hair wash regularly




Washing your hair or rinsing your hair regularly also plays an important role in hair regrowth. If you have oily skin or tend to sweat a lot then you must have more frequent hair washes. When dirt accumulates on your hair it reduces the shine and liveliness. However, when the same settles on your scalp, it blocks pores thus slowing the process of hair regrowth.




It is very important to maintain a clean scalp for hair regrowth.




  1. Hairstyles




If you want to enable good hair regrowth then you should make a few changes to your hair styles. Avoid any hair style that brings your hair together and clasps it tight. Ponytails, buns and tight intricate braids fit this category. By tugging your hair too much, you put extra strain on the roots. Eventually your hair roots will get weaker and your hair starts falling out easily. 




Avoid such hair styles as much as you can. You must try your best to make sure that you don’t strain your strands too much. If you are used to styling your hair often, then the only remedy here is to go easy on the tugging. Let your mane flow freely. More here:




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  1. Air drying to Hair Drying




Hair dryers often end up distributing uneven heat or excess heat. (Study here) Though many dryers come with a cool shot option, the heat delivered is enough to cause damage. Whenever you are not in a hurry, try to air dry. This way you won’t be drying out your scalp and ruining the moisture balance. Air drying also helps in hair regrowth because you are not damaging the scalp.




  1. Sensible Styling




Styling tools such as curl irons or straighteners often come with damaging heat settings. The best you can do is to not style your hair when it is already falling too much. However during your process for regrowth, use sensible styling equipment. Hair straighteners can make your hair appear longer but thinner. Curls look voluminous on the other hand. You can opt for heat less styling options that come with minimal to no damage to the hair.





  1. Citrus Power




Consuming citrus fruits such as oranges and lemons can greatly promote hair growth. The vitamin C present in these items directly appeals to the hair follicles. What is more, vitamin C effectively works against oxidative stress, which can be the major contributor of hair loss.  Many individuals have reported an increase in hair growth and a decline in hair fall once they included more citrus fruits.




  1. Eat clean




Avoiding fatty substances causes an overall improvement in health. Hair is nothing but an extension of our body. What we eat is what causes the appearance of our hair. If you consume more protein then you are likely to have shiny locks. If you consume fruits and veggies with more water content then you will have a balanced scalp. Eating clean and right benefits your hair in ways you don’t know, starting with hair regrowth.




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  1. Banana Pack




Banana packs are a famous trend amongst many women. Bananas are known for their nourishing and moisturizing properties. When it comes to applying it on the scalp, bananas are expected to do the same thing. Bananas are loaded with potassium and while applied on the scalp, improve the scalp’s conditions. Dandruff, dry skin etc. can be cured with a banana pack.




Take one or two bananas based on your hair length and blend them. You can even use a fork to mash them. Apply a little olive oil to the mixture and blend further. When you get a thick paste, apply carefully all over your hair and scalp. Leave for 30-45 minutes. Rinse thoroughly.




  1. Hot Oil Therapy




Oil massages are hands down the best way to pamper your senses and your hair. Applying hot oil on the hair and scalp is known to moisturize and condition your hair. Similarly, on the scalp it is said to open hair follicles that stimulate regrowth. Hot oils massages are definitely more effective as they are absorbed faster. Heat a tablespoon of coconut, jojoba or olive oil and apply it to your hair. Alternatively, you can add a few drops of essential oils too. Peppermint or lavender essential oil prevents dryness of the scalp and hence can be mixed with the hot oil.




Apply the oil on your hair and scalp, massaging it gently. Wrap a towel dipped in hot water around your hair so you can seal the moisture. Shampoo and rinse thoroughly after an hour.




  1. Onion Juice




Onion juice is popular worldwide for inducing hair growth. Blend a few onions and squeeze out the juice. Apply the juice on the scalp and on areas with receding hair. Leave for a minimum of 20 minutes and rinse. Onion juice has been known to have helped in treating alopecia in the scalp.




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  1. Stay Stress Free




One of the main reasons for hair fall is stress. If you want to know how to regrow hair then it is a good excuse for you to let down your guard and take a chill pill. Unwind and relax when you feel stressed out by doing something fun and easy. Surround yourself with good vibes. If you are stressed then remember not to touch your head at all. Studies have shown that several individuals under stress fiddle with their hair. This too leads to hair fall. More about Hair Growth Oil




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  1. Get Good Sleep




The time our body secretes growth hormones and other hormones is during the night. So make sure you are always asleep from the period of 11-3. You need to sleep a minimum of 7 hours to wake up with a fresh and happy mood. A lighter mood in the morning promotes great skin and hair length.




Getting a decent amount of sleep is known to decrease greying of hairs and hair fall. So hit the bed and hit snooze till you reach the 7 hour mark.


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  1. Organic Colors




Avoid using artificial hair colours. Even the most expensive saloon treatments could be ruining your hair. When it comes to colouring, even when it is as simple as high lights, make sure you go for organic colours. Even if the stylist is too careful not to apply it on your scalp, the colour bleeding from your hair may come in contact with your scalp during hair wash.




Organic colours do not possess harmful chemicals that ruin your hair in the long run. Besides, when you have an option to go organic it is better to embrace the change and go with it. Henna is a known element for naturally colouring your hair. The best part is that you can add colours too. Several DIY instructions suggest using strained tea leaves to give a brown tone to the hair. Likewise, you can find one for almost any shade.


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  1. Don’t stay sweaty




When you are working out at the gym or going for a swim, chances are you are going to have a lot of dirt. Be it sweat from working out or chemicals from the pool, you need to wash up quickly. This way your scalp is free of extra elements. Sweat leads to clogging pores while chemicals down right go up to causing baldness.




When you go for a swim or work out, shower as quickly as possible. Use a mild herbal shampoo to rinse your hair.




  1. Wet Care




One of the best ways to regrow hair is to not interfere with wet hair. The rules are simple- Don’t tie or braid wet hair; don’t comb wet hair; don’t rub the wet hair too hard on the towel. Do not rub your scalp to dry when it is still wet. Taking care of your hair while it’s wet goes a long way in providing strong roots for hair regrowth.




  1. Omega 3s




Omega 3s are the best hair problem solver of the century. Since they are loaded with nutrients, they help in enabling growth and regrowth of your hair. Consume a lot of fish instead of depending on store bough supplements. You will see a visible change in a few weeks.




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  1. Avoid the Sun




Avoid the sun from directly falling on your hair or scalp. Direct sunlight may cause irritation and itching or dryness of the scalp. This in turn affects the balance of the scalp.


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You can protect your head with a hat or a scarf during summer.




The sun’s rays cause cancer, making us run for sunscreen. Likewise, run for a good serum and a mask before things get too hot.




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Wild Growth Hair Oil: Is it worth trying? Detailed description and Reviews

Wild Growth Hair Oil: Is it worth trying? Detailed description and Reviews

Wild growth hair oil and what we should know about it. You must have spent hundreds and even thousands of dollars on hair shampoos and conditioners. Plus other hair care products like oil, supplements and vitamins to grow your hair.

All such products promise you with fast hair growth. But you are still searching for the solution to your problem.

The Wild Growth Hair Oil | excellent hair care product

Well, if you have heard about this hair care product and even used it, you are probably aware of the benefits. In case, you haven’t, it is an excellent product that helps you to grow your hair at a rapid rate.

The best part is that it is way inexpensive. It’s less costly than the special shampoos and conditioners available in the market.

The presence of harsh chemicals and toxins along with the frequent chemical hair treatment gives rise to the different hair problems. The most prominent being hair thinning and hair falling.

While looking for a healthier and longer hair in a natural way, you will be happy to know that the access to Wild Growth Hair Oil is very easy.

The 100% natural oil is the answer to all your problems.

The history of the Wild Growth Hair Oil?

Wild Growth as a brand has been in the market since 1985 and has come up with a wide array of hair care products.

More than three decades the company is committed in the manufacturing of products using only the natural ingredients.

The use of the natural ingredients in the products is one of the USPs of the company that has made it so popular among the customers.

33 years, and the company is still functioning successfully with millions of happy customers.

The company has always been concerned with the safety of its customers. Hence, it has never compromised with the natural ingredients. For the last so many years the happy and the satisfied customers have been uploading pictures of their amazing hair growth using the hair oil.

Can you use Wild Growth Hair Oil?

When you explore the market, you will find that there are so many different hair oil products.

Accessible for varying types of hair and distinct functions like de-tangling, smoothening, hair growth and the list go on. This definitely makes it costlier.

But, when you have the Wild Growth Hair Oil, you don’t have to worry about anything, as it is suitable for all types and kinds of hair.

Moreover, the hair oil has the reputation of rendering several benefits. Some of them includes:

  • Hair growth
  • Hair condition
  • Add shine and luster
  • Add volume and body
  • Management of tangles and frizzes
  • Acts as a hair relaxing agent

All you need to do is take a few drops of the oil on your scalp and the strands of the hair. You will definitely experience longer, healthier, shinier and a fuller hair.

hair growth oil
Natural oil to regrow your hair

How does the Wild Hair Growth Oil work?

The best part is, that this hair oil use only natural ingredients . Hence, the hair oil that can be used by anyone, even younger ones. In fact, the younger you start with the use of the oil, it will prevent your hair from falling prey to several problems and issues. This hair growth oil is considered as a miracle, but you have to ensure that you are not overusing it on your scalp.

When you are applying a whole lot of the oil on your hair and scalp, it will basically do more harm than doing the good.

Overusing can make your hair oily and greasy and thereby hair look dirty and unattractive. We recommend that you should use the oil as much as required.

You can leave the oil overnight and then wash it the very next morning.

When to use?

Using the Wild Growth hair oil thickens your hair, especially when you are struggling with hair thinning and hair loss issues. Using the oil on a regular basis can strengthen the weak hair strands and also guard against further damage. Thanks to the presence of the natural ingredients, making it easier and a simpler way to maintain and care for your hair.

Now, the question is how does the hair oil work and render the required results? Perhaps the best thing about the hair oil product is that you don’t have to do anything additional to apply the oil. The entire process is easy and simple. All that you need to do is take a few drops and start massaging your scalp and leave it for few hours or overnight and wash it. Using it twice a week is recommended.

When you start using the oil, your hair also stays protected against the damaging effects of the blow dryers, flat irons, chemicals. Dyes, perms and other styling products that are known as the enemies to your hair. But applying the oil acts as an umbrella. Hence, you don’t have to be concerned anymore with the detrimental effects of the hair styling products and chemicals.

What are the ingredients?

There is no hair oil review that is complete with the explanation of the ingredients that is present promoting the benefits. Well, the Wild Growth Hair Oil review follows the same pattern as well. If you are concerned with the ingredients available, you will be happy to know that this oil use natural and plant based ingredients. The reason behind the rapid hair growth and other benefits.

Natural oils and hair vitamins:

  • Coconut oil
  • Jojoba oil
  • Olive oil 
  • Vitamin D
  • Phosphorus
  • Calcium
  • Iron
  • Choline
  • Inositol
  • Magnesium
  • Natural Color and Fragrance are the main ingredients of the oil.

Of all the ingredients, Coconut Oil, Jojoba oil and Olive Oil make all the difference that you experience. The three are plant based ingredients that naturally hydrate and conditions your hair.

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Complex of the natural hair growth oils and vitamins

Olive oil

When you use too much of heated hair dryers and blowers along with curlers and flat irons, your hair is exposed to damage. The presence of fatty acids in the olive oil helps protect the roots of your damaged hair and also prevents any further damage. Since your hair gets protected, olive oil also promotes growth rapidly.

Jojoba oil

The presence of Jojoba oil takes this hair care product one step further. The Jojoba oil not only helps to heal the damaged ends, but aids your scalp skin to produce oil and maintain the healthy hair.

Coconut oil

The benefits of coconut oil is a well known fact. This oil penetrated deep into the scalp and conditions your oil like olive and Jojoba oil, the coconut oil is also a fatty acid.

The presence of Vitamin D promotes the growth of healthy and fuller hair. Phosphorus is yet another natural ingredient which is plant-based and also promotes the hair growth.

When all the natural ingredients in the Wild Growth Hair Oil are combined together, it makes your hair healthier and longer with lesser chance of spilt ends, frizzy and rough hair.

Application of the wild growth hair oil

Is the application process daunting?

No, it takes less than a few minutes each day to maximize results and have your hair looking beautiful at all times. The application process entails applying ten drops of oil to the scalp and starting to rub it in gently. This will ensure the oil can get down to work and bolster your hair in no time.

Brushing and styling your hair will become fun again!

The best part about this oil is that the application process is simple and easy. You don’t have to go any extra miles to use the oil. Before you use the oil, be sure that your hair is clean, free of any dirt. You can use the oil even a shampooed and towel dried oil. Moreover, you can also apply the oil, keep it overnight or a few hours and then wash it.

Adding 5 to 15 drops of the hair oil is recommended not just on your scalp region, but the hair strands as well. It is always better to leave the oil on your hair and scalp for a few hours in order to get the maximum benefits. Apart from using it on the damp hair, you use the Wild Growth Hair Oil on dry hair as well. The simplicity of the oil application is yet another reason for the popularity of the hair oil.

Are you aware of the pros and cons of the product?

The pros of the Wild Growth Hair Oil include:

  • The best part about the hair oil is that you need only a few drops to get the desired results. There are several products available in the market that requires you to use more of the oil in order to get the positive results. But it is not the case with the Wild Growth Hair Oil and hence both your time and money gets saved.
  • The cost of the oil is yet another aspect that is considered as a pro. When you undergo hair treatments for your damaged hair, it can cost you thousands of dollars. Moreover, the results are not long term and are short lived. You can get the hair oil at an affordable cost and treat your damaged hair at home easily.
  • This hair oil includes natural and plant based ingredients that are considered safe. But unfortunately, when you go through the list of ingredients of other hair care products, you will usually find traces of chemicals and toxins. Since the hair oil consists of natural ingredients it is safe to use and hence there are no hazardous side effects. There is an assurance that your hair will look good and become healthy as well.


  • The Wild Growth Hair Oil is an all in one product, acting as the conditioner, moisturizer, detangler and frizz control product. You don’t need separate products in order to care and maintain the health and beauty of your hair. The ingredients used in the hair oil take care of every need of your hair. Moreover, it is cost saving as well.
  • Apart from making your hair grow and fuller, the hair oil from Wild Growth is also known to strengthen the hair. Despite your hair getting exposed to harsh chemicals while perming, ironing and blow drying, the damaged hair is healthy and strong due to the use of the White Growth hair oil on a regular basis.
  • You will be surprised to find that after you apply the oil on your hair after shampooing, the drying takes lesser time. Don’t you think it is convenient gives the restricted time you have. Moreover, you don’t have to use the blow dryers and damage your hair.

What about the cons?

  • There are several users who complain that using the oil leave their hair oily and greasy. It gives such an oily feeling that even after washing it doesn’t go away completely. But this didn’t let the customers discontinue with the product because it shows results with hair growth and healthier hair.
  • There are some who have a problem with the smell of the oil. Some consider it to be very faint and overlooking. But there is some percentage of the users who consider the oil having a very strong smell, which is impossible to withstand.

No matter how many customers complain about the oil, the positive feedbacks and reviews didn’t stop coming. In fact, with each passing day, the number of customers is increasing.

The results and reviews of the Wild Growth Hair Oil

The results or the outcomes of the this product seem to be in the positive light, especially when you read the reviews and feedbacks of the customers. The positive feedbacks from the customers is a very evidence that the hair oil renders excellent results in terms with the hair growth and healthier and fuller hair.

The online posts available about the hair oil reveal that the majority of the people who have used the oil have benefitted from it. They have experienced some common traits, including healthier, softer, longer and more manageable hair within a very short span of time. But there were a few users who didn’t seem to be very happy and contended using the product.

Wild growth hair oil is not hypoallergenic and there were several people who have complained that they couldn’t use the product on a sensitive scalp. But, on the majority note, everyone who used the hair oil on a regular basis for several weeks to months have confirmed of the positive outcomes. They claim to gain healthier and longer hair.

Several reviews were noted, saying this product is simply amazing and a great product for every type of hair. Moreover, the oil lasts for days since you don’t have to use excessively. It is better if you start using the oil and find out yourself whether it has proved to be magical for your beautiful hair as well or not. Give your valuable feedback on the oil as well so that it can help other customers or users.

Why is this used around the world?

This hair growth oil is well-regarded because it’s natural, safe, and works well on all hair types. If you are looking to maximize your hair growth while wanting to get rid of the drying coarseness, this oil will work wonders. It’s an ideal solution for those who want perfect hair and desire it as soon as possible.

Where can you buy the oil?

If you are planning to buy the Wild Growth Hair Oil, you will not be disappointed with its availability. The hair oil is easily available at the premier online retail sites. Amazon is definitely one of the top rated and convenient medium to make your purchase. As a Prime member of the site you are eligible for free shipping and even get the product at a discounted rate.

The final verdict

In case, you are looking for an easy and inexpensive way to promote hair growth, the Wild Growth Hair Oil is definitely for you. The presence of the natural ingredients makes all the difference. Moreover, the brand has been in the business for several years and are known to have happy and satisfied customers.

In conclusion

Since you are using the oil, you need to figure out how much quantity you have to use and the process of the application as well. This will help you to grow the hair faster and prevent any further damage of the hair.

The wild growth hair oil has the potential to act as a catalyst in the growth of your hair by making it:

  • smoother
  • softer
  • easily manageable 
  • strengthening each hair strand

If you are really serious about growing your hair and also enhancing the quality of the hair, it is highly recommended that you must start using the Wild Growth Hair Oil and experience a difference. The oil has acquired the reputation of a savior in case of hair loss and baldness conditions. You will be able to see the positive results within a month or even less.

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DHT Blocker and Hair Loss | How Effective Is? How To Choose The Best One?

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DHT blocker can be an effective way to stop hair loss.

Science has struggled for decades to better understand the biological cause of hair loss. It is not an easy question, but nowadays we can answer it confidently. It is widely accepted that, in 95% of cases, hair loss is caused by a substance called Dihydrotestosterone – commonly referred to as DHT.

A powerful metabolite which occurs naturally in the human body, and the largest cause of hair loss in men and women alike. DHT is very important for men in early ages, as it’s necessary to develop certain male characteristics such as facial hair. Over time, it becomes less essential but still plays a role in your hormonal balance.

Role of DHT

Dihydrotestosterone is present in the body of all people and is actually very useful. It is crucial in the sexual development of males. It is very similar to testosterone and is synthesised more during puberty where it is responsible for changes in voice facial hair and reproductive development.

As we age we still maintain a small need for DHT but some individuals become sensitive and it starts to act inconvenient ways.

DHT and hair loss

Cause of Any Hair Loss

For decades scientists have struggled to find out the biological causes of hair loss and until recently this proved extremely difficult as there are several types of hair loss and seemingly just as many cause for each type.

It is important to establish the cause of any hair loss, as this will determine the next steps in terms of treatment or management.

While there is no method to fully reverse baldness as yet, it can be managed in different ways.

If hair loss occurs suddenly, the cause may be medical and it is important to see your doctor. Some types of hair loss can be an indication of a stress, nutritional deficiencies or using the incorrect hair products. A simple blood test may be able to find any reasons and also improve the diet and eating healthy will improve hair growth.

The Most Common Cause Of  Hair Loss

The main cause of pattern hair loss (baldness in men and women) is Androgenic Alopecia. It is 95% of all cases. Responsible for AA is the androgens testosterone and DHT (dihydrotestosterone). => source

==> more about signs of balding

Now that science better understand what causes hair loss. It becomes much easier to treat.

Over time, however, DHT tends to inhibit the hair growth ability of the follicles. Some people are not affected by it in the scalp, but individuals with a genetic tendency to hair loss are sensitive to DHT’s effects.

Several pharmaceutical companies who produce hair loss products claim this function.

However as technology and research methods have improved it has become clear that most forms of hair loss may follow a similar route and a common components is DHT

How DHT Affects Hair Growth

DHT tends to inhibit the hair growth ability of the follicles by acting as competition for receptor space instead of behaving as a sex hormone. Some people are not affected by it presence in the scalp, but individuals with a genetic tendency to hair loss are sensitive to DHT’s effects.

When a DHT sensitive individual does not protect themselves, the substance will damage hair follicles, which will begin to produce less and thinner hair, until it stops producing any hair at all.

This explains the gradual loss of hair that occurs with Androgenic Alopecia and can occur over several decades starting as early as the end of teenage years.

Basically the process consists of DHT attaching itself to receptor cells in the hair follicles, preventing vitamin, minerals and proteins from reaching them. Without these important nourishing substances, the follicles slowly become unable to sustain life, shrinking in size.

Of course, the miniaturization of the follicles will cause hair to grow at a slower and slower rate, either lengthening the resting stage or shortening the growing phase. The hair shaft becomes thinner with each growth cycle, until hair stops emerging.

This change can be permanent once the follicles reach a certain size however most will still produce some hair which may resemble vellus hair (covers most of the body) or the hair cycles becomes so long that they seem dormant.


How Can You Prevent Hair Loss Caused By DHT?

While leading a stress-free life and maintaining proper nutrition are important steps that’ll help with hair loss, they aren’t likely to be enough, as DHT occurs naturally in the body and some individuals are sensitive to it.

Instead, to prevent DHT-induced hair loss, it is best to use a DHT blocking product.

In general, there are 4 ways to effectively block DHT and prevent hair loss. Products usually have one of these effects, or a combination of them:

1. Reducing DHT production in the body.

2. Inhibiting the production of 5 alpha reductase – the enzyme which converts testosterone into DHT.

3. Reducing substances that produce said enzyme, such as cholesterol.

4. Preventing DHT from attaching to the hair follicles‘ receptors.

Any product that achieves one or more of these goals can be considered a DHT-blocker, and if it manages to do that effectively, it will prevent hair loss to varying degrees.

These products are known as DHT blocker, and they can work in a variety of ways

How to choose the Best DHT Blocker to stop hair loss

In fact, there is a wide variety of products on the market right now which will effectively protect you from the effects of DHT, or even reverse them altogether.

An effective DHT blocker will undeniably protect you from hair loss.

They will come primarily in the form of supplements or shampoo.

Some products promise to reverse it entirely in a mere 4 months, while others make more conservative claims.

Over the last few years, hundreds of new DHT blocking products have been launched. This can make it hard to properly understand your options and make a conscious choice.

In the end what matters is to make sure the product contains effective DHT blocking ingredients and is generally safe to use.

A simple online search on a products’ active ingredients will let you know whether the substances are powerful blockers or not. Similarly, search online for reviews and accounts from individuals who have used a product and carefully consider their opinions on it.

It is important to note that most DHT blocking specific products come with a variety of side effects. DHT blocker work while the products are continually used so it is crucial to make any informed decision before starting any treatment

Our Recommeded List of DHT Blockers

1. Finasteride (the only one approved by FDA)

The best known dht blocker. It is taken in pill form (internally) and works to inhibit the enzyme 5 alpha reductase. 1mg of Finasteride is enough to achieve results. 5mg is used for enlarged prostat. Finasteride can decrease serum levels of DHT by up to 70%. => study

Generic Name: finasteride

Brand Names: Propecia (1mg Finasteride), Proscar (5mg Finasteride), Durasterid, Avocar

Patients who had problems with an enlarged prostate and also had hair loss experienced treatment with Proscar in addition to significantly reducing prostate problems, stopping hair loss and increasing new hair.


Following this discovery, Merck immediately started a clinical study to evaluate the efficacy of finasteride in the treatment of hair loss when taken as a tablet. To minimize side effects, Merck reduced the dose of finasteride to 1 mg and conducted a series of clinical studies.

In the first 5-year clinical study, 352 patients at different stages of hair loss were involved. At the start of the study, the researchers calculated the number of hairs in the monitored hairy circular area of ​​the scalp with a diameter of 2.5 cm. The average hair count of patients in this area was 876 hair. Two groups of patients were created to compare the effects of finasteride. One group was taking a 1 mg tablet of finasteride. The second group was taking a placebo tablet without finasteride or any other active substance.

After the first year of treatment, patients receiving finasteride had an average of 126 hair more than patients receiving placebo. This difference in the number of hairs in the observed circular area of ​​the scalp gradually increased.

By the end of the fifth year of treatment, patients receiving finasteride had 277 hair more than patients receiving placebo. Up to 65% of patients receiving finasteride retained or improved their original hair count in the study area compared to the hair count at baseline. All patients who received placebo had a reduced hair count.

Side Effects

In the first 12-month phase of the study, the following adverse reactions were reported in a small group of patients: decreased libido, difficulty achieving an erection, and reduced ejaculate volume. These adverse reactions gradually disappeared in all patients who stopped treatment, but also in 56% of patients who continued treatment until the end of the fifth year.

By researching and testing, Merck has demonstrated the potential of finasteride to stop male hair loss and to induce new hair growth.

In December 1997, based on research results, the United States Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) approved Propecia (finasteride 1mg) as effective in the use of the US Food and Drug Administration (FDA). treating male hair loss.

Unlike minoxidil which can treat both male and female pattern hair loss, Finasteride is only effective with males. This success rates for commercially viable hair growth even after 6 months of treatment is around 25%. Aside from low success rates it is the preferred choice as the side effects are milder and less common.

Going For A Natural Option

Instead of using artificial products, a lot of people choose to treat their DHT-induced hair loss through the use of foods that naturally block it.

A lot of foods can have that effect, which make it relatively easy to treat your hair loss by consuming at least one of them every day.

Some can be used internally while others can be applied directly to the scalp.

As they are all natural the benefits will not be limited to preventing or treatmenting hair loss but will also generally improve your health and well being.

Even if you would rather get a supplement or a topical product, these will almost always contain natural blockers, so it’s important to educate yourself on the effectiveness of each, so you can pick a something with all the most effective ingredients in it.

Below is a list with some popular DHT-blocking ingredients.

2. Saw Palmetto | Number #1 Natural DHT Blocker

Probably the most popular natural DHT blocker.

Saw Palmetto is very effective to slow or prevent hair loss. It does an excellent job of inhibiting DHT, and a lot of people consider it the best natural blocker there is.

Several pharmaceutical companies have patented products containing the saw palmetto component to treat hair loss. In the USA, saw palmetto has become the 6 best selling supplement => source

It tends to be very well tolerated by those that take it, although mild side effects such as an upset stomach are experienced eventually. More in this article

We recommended saw palmetto as the first choice.

More in this article: SAW PALMETTO | The Way To Stop Hair Loss

3. Pumpkin Seeds And Oil


Pumpkin seeds can break down DHT through the liver. It is believed their blocking properties are due to the rare amino acids in them, such as curcubitin, along with a variety of plant steroids.

=> study

Consumption of raw pumpkin seeds is an age-old, tried and true method of preventing prostatic hyperplasia.

The German E Commission (Analogous to America’s FDA) has approved its used for prostate disorder treatment.

4. Green Tea


Green Tea (Camellia Sinensis), is a precursor product in the production of oolong and black tea, hence it retains more medicinal properties.

An excellent swap for more common caffeinated drinks it is excellent in the morning to gently wake up the body whilst being a potent detox.

It contained many antioxidants which circulate the system and neutralize any harmful free radicals which speed up the aging process.

When applied to the hair is works as a humectant by sealing in moisture. It also aids in cell regeneration and preventing hair loss by regulating the amount of key hormones including testosterone.

According to research, green tea blocks formation of DHT through one of its active components, called EGCG (epigallocatechin 3 Gallate). Green tea also has plenty of other beneficial properties as well as important antioxidants.

5. Stinging Needle Root


Stinging Nettle or Urtica dioica may pack quite a punch if you happen to unknowingly stumble across it, but its herbal uses have been recorded far back into ancient history.

It has been used to treat hair loss as it protects the hair follicles and block receptors for high levels of the hormones which can trigger hair loss.

Nobody exactly understood how but it can also reduce the immune response makings it a perfect alternative to toxic medicine used for conditions such as alopecia and psoriasis and others which cause inflammation.

Best consumed as a tea but is also available as and oil.

The stinging needle is a plant with a variety of health applications.

=> study

It is used to treat BPH in Europe. Often combined with saw palmetto and Pygeum bark.

=> study

This herbal combination has been proven quite effective at warding off androgenetic alopecia.

6. Pygeum Bark

Pygeum bark is a hormone balancer. Another hebal remedy. It helps reduce and regulate DHT levels in the organism, blocking the action of 5-alpha-reductase in a way similar to saw palmetto. It also block another enyzme, called aromatase.

=> study

7. Reishi Mushroom


The Reishi Mushroom is a lesser known DHT blocker, as it was discovered more recently than others. It has been gaining traction in the world of hair growth and hair loss treatment. Is proven to be very effective at in inhibiting testosterone.

In study which compares 19 medicinal and edible on 5alpha-reductase activity, the reishi mushroom (ganoderma lucidum) was the strongest. => source

8. Nagarmotha


It is available as a powder or oil. The oil should always be mixed with a carrier oil of your choice. Never applied directly to the skin alone. It works deep in the hair follicle and stimulates new growth. It is great for thinning or bald spots.

9. Baheda Fruit


Is commonly used by women across Asia however it should be avoided during pregnancy. The fruit has powerful healing properties and can be applied to wounds and sores. When applied to the scalp it will boost hair growth. It can also be used as a dye due to the fact it stains black

Others to consider

Beta Sitosterol – found in fruits and vegetables study togehter with saw pametto

Rosemary oil


Sesame seeds

Another notable mention are for Ayurvedic herbs and practices. They are commonly found as the key ingredient in many luxury brandy while the herbs themselves are cheap and readily available. Neem, Methi and Hibiscus and Henna are all known for their potential hair growth capabilities.

Androgenic Alopecia in women

AA is not limited to men but the expression and look of the hair will be different. Women can experience hair loss at anytime in their life and may actually have more recorded cases compared to men.

Most are due to human error caused by using strong chemicals or improper hair dressing techniques. Women are prone to more hormone changes which can result in hair loss. But in most cases these are temporary and can easily be reversed. Common causes of hair loss are due to pregnancy or taking contraceptive medications.

DHT and Hair Loss in Women

As women age and approach menopause the balance of the sex hormones (androgens) changes. Even a subtle rise is testosterone and DHT can cause hair loss in those who have a genetic predisposition. It can be hard to test for confirmation as the baseline level of DHT can not always be measured for a comparison before and after the onset of AA.

The characteristics include a general thinning if the top of the hair from hairline to crown. Unlike men the area will not become bald. Will be very sparse and the hair will look see through making the scalp easily viewable.

As women tend to experience this type of hair loss in smaller numbers and at a higher age most of the research and products are aimed at men.

Many women will use other means to disguise the hair loss rather than seeking treatment. They are more likely to seek advice solely from their hairdressers who would probably suggest a new hair colour, cut or even wigs.

As Androgenic Alopecia a genetic condition it is possible to tell from older immediate family members if you are probably going to lose your hair in this fashion. You can inherit AA from either parent and will possibly start to lose your hair at a similar age. If that is the case you can either embrace the journey or seek to find alternative methods to maintain your hair.

Potential Side Effects Of DHT Blocker

 Although it seems to have more effect in this regard throughout teenage years. DHT play an important role in sexual behavior. For this reason, blocking substances may have sex-related side effects, and it’s important to be wary of those.

Around 2% of men taking such substances will experience lower libido, weaker erections and/or decreased ejaculatory volume. These effects will often take place gradually, which might make them more difficult to notice.

Unless using natural remedies stick to one product at a time. They can contain strong chemicals which may interact with each other or any medications you take. 

Remember to consult your health care provider before jumping into any treatments yourself.

Conclusion About DHT Blocker and Hair Loss

Hair loss can be a frustrating condition to deal with.

The most common type of hair loss in men and women (95%) is Androgenic Alopecia, most commonly referred to as pattern baldness. It is very recognisable on men as the is distinct hair loss as the crown and temples leaving hair only at the back and sides of the head before full baldness ensues.

DHT is the primary responsible for AA (Androgenetic Alopecia)

By using effective DHT-Blocker, you can slow, stop, or even reverse hair loss in the long term.


It can take up to 3 months to see any results. If within 6months there is no impact it is time to try another method.

Just make sure to educate yourself. Learn all you can before starting out, and you’re very likely to get amazing results.

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The 8 Very Best Hair Growth Oils To Regrow Your Hair Faster

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The 8 Very Best Hair Growth Oils To Regrow Your Hair Faster

Hair growth oil can be effective solution that can help to regrow hair for anyone who begins to notice that they are losing their hair. As we get older the skin can get a lot of attention and special care that will keep it from the worst effects of old age. Sometimes the hair is neglected in our efforts to preserve our physical conditions. Nevertheless, our hair is an important part of physical appearance and healthy hair is a sign of beauty.

What Conditions Do Hair Oils Help Resolve?


While many chemical stimulants are on the market and have been proven effective, they are also fraught with many side effects that most would gladly forgo. These can also decrease the health of the scalp and thin the hair causing an increased problem in the future.

On the other hand, there are many natural oils and poultices that have been found very effective and at the very least a soothing experience with no side effects. Before attempting to address a thinning scalp with ridiculous looking hair plugs or harsh chemicals, we advise you take the natural course of action and see if it can’t restore your hair too its former glorious mane.

The oils that you’re about to be introduced to are common and ones you very likely have in your home already. They will not only greatly retard hair loss but they will stimulate new hair growth. As well as helping with that condition they’re also very useful for reducing dandruff, scalp itch, and other similar or related hair issues. If you’ve tried everything else and those things have failed, you will definitely want to try these hair oils.


#1. Castor Oil To Grow Your Hair


Castor oils is one of the many vegetable oils and is absorbed easily into the skin. This rich oil originated in India and is derived from the Ricinus communis plant identified with metallic green stems. This plant is native to Africa, Asia and parts of Europe as well.

Today this rich and sticky hair growth oil is used in the cosmetic industry for a wide variety of products. It has the capacity to smooth the skin, protect and moisturize as well and has many anti-aging properties due to its high Vit E content.

The most important function of this essential oils is hair growth and locals from the region swear by it. This is due to castor oil’s capacity to penetrate the dermis and epidermis and begin nourishing the hair follicles at the roots. This provides important nutrients for each hair strand but also revitalizes the follicles producing thicker stronger hair.

TIP! The best time for applying this effective hair growth oil is after a warm shower, (although you will probably want to wash the strong-smelling oils from your hair after a few hours or the following morning. You can mix one part castor oil and one part shea butter to create and effective potion.


#2. Argan oil and Rosemary

Another Hair Growth Oil Solution

Here is an especially effective poultice taken from the apothecary cabinets of yore. This serum is based on Argan oils which are well-known hydrating and nourishing oils taken from the Mediterranean Argan Tree.

This has been used to treat baldness since the times of Julius Caesar and before, this is mixed with an equal part of rosemary and the two ingredients are left to infuse one another before the mixture is thoroughly rubbed into the scalp and hair. 

You can check the effectiveness  of these ingredients in following studies => here also => here or => here

#3 To Grow You Hair You Should Try Coconut Oil


This is one oil that you may not already have in your home but you should. It will make hair full of volume and completely restore its good health. It is an all natural conditioner and full of antioxidants and vitamin E. This oil can penetrate inside the follicles of the hair and from there will stimulate new hair growth. It helps to prevent split ends and makes hair very soft.

If you never tried coconut oil then this is a strong recommendation that you do so soon. It’s amazing that in just a few uses how significant your hair will improve and soften and you’ll see dandruff whisk away. You can find this oil in local stores and online.

Study => here

TIP! To create the “Coconut Mask of Youth” the milk of a fresh coconut is whipped into a rich foam. You can use a blender if you lack the proper ceremonial wand. Apply this foam to the scalp from one end to the other and allow this mask to soak into the scalp for the next two hours. After washing out your hair, use a quality organic coconut oil to further nourish both strand and root.


#4. Garlic Hair Growth Oil


Garlic Oil has many important nutrients and benefits for a healthy head of hair. Once you get the past the smell, this potent hair growth oil will allow hair to grow faster and stronger.

TIP! To prepare this simple potion, take two cloves of garlic and crush them into a thin paste which will be combined with two tablespoons of castor oil. Allow this mixture to fester for three full days before applying it to your scalp and hair for a full two hours till the carrier oils has fully introduced the nutrient to the scalp. You will then need to shower well to get this smell from your hair and head.


#5. Grapeseed Oil To Grow Your Hair


Grapeseed is another hair growth oil that has been in the cosmetics and beautification industry since the times of Cleopatra and is perfect for controlling frizzy hair and strengthening brittle dry hair. This oil can be applied daily and liberally to the hair and scalp for an all-day potion/protector. It is scentless so works well for a discreet treatment option that can be worn to the office.

#6. Tea Tree Oil


There are many different skin conditions that can affect hair growth and scalp health. If you are suffering from excessive sebum, seborrhea dermatitis or any kind of fungal growth, tea tree oil will clear that up in a hurry.

This potent oil can also address conditions of dandruff and flaking dry skin. Remember that essential oils can be especially strong and tea tree oil is a natural antibacterial, antiseptic, antifungal and disinfectant. Direct contact with tea tree oil can actually cause a bad reaction in the skin.

TIP! With this in mind you will want to add your tea tree oil into a carrier oil or some other solution. You could add a drop or two into your shampoo when you shower each night. 10 to 20 drops should be more than enough for a 100ml bottle. You can also add your tea tree oil to another carrier oil like lavender oil or coconut oil and apply to the hair and scalp for two hours before washing well.


Furthermore, Tea Tree Oil makes an excellent remedy for lice and preventing lice while visiting tropical regions where the condition is more prominent. To take advantage of this benefit, combine a few drops of tea tree oil with a couple tablespoons of vegetable oil and rub gently into the hair.

#7.Olive oil: Popular Hair Growth Oil


Among the many natural hair care products and recipes that can be used to promote better hair growth, olive oil is one of the very best. There are several reasons this natural oil has been used to treat many health conditions of the skin and hair.

The first reason is that it diminishes the occurrence of hair loss. Some people with a higher amount of DTH an androgen hormone, will naturally lose less hair. Olive oils is known to replenish this hormone in the scalp and this can inhibit hair loss.

Olive oil contains antioxidants like Vit E these have been known to slow the aging process in many cells as well better circulation of blood which also leads to better health. This is actually a problem that many harsh chemical ingredients can aggravate. Olive oil is a natural moisturizing agent and has profound benefits for the skin and hair follicles.

TIP! Olive oil can be sued as an after-shower hair treatment as well as an all-day protector. If you will be using a harsher oil like tea tree oil, olive oil is mild enough to act as a carrier oil.


#8. Shea butter oil


Shea butter is a native plant of Africa and is often used in the cosmetics and hair industry. Frizzy hair and curly hair can be difficult to dry and will often require a deeper acting form of hydration. This is the type of benefits that are found in the Shea butter solution. This is another compound that works a lot like Sebum that spreads fast and works through the skin. To treat the hair inside and out.

Shea butter can also be used to treat damaged hair caused by chemical solutions and electrical appliances. Shea butter is the best option for the scalp and softens the skin and moisturizes the scalp. It is also easily absorbed into the skin and does not block the pores.

It will be important to look for a quality product when you are searching for the ideal product. Look for the 100% shea butter found in specialties and read the contents carefully. The fact is shea butter is sold solid but melts at relatively low temperatures.

TIP!The best time to apply the treatment is after a warm shower. Melt a little of the shea butter in your hands and this will soften the butter into a smooth consistency and make it a bit more manageable. After your hair is thoroughly treated, wrap a warm towel around your head and allow the treatment to stand for a full 30 minutes.


Here is another tried and proven shea butter Recipe straight from Great-Grandmother’s Medicine cabinet:

–1 Tsp Olive Oil
–1 Tsp of Melted Shea Butter.
— 1 ½ Tbsp Natural Organic Yogurt (unsweetened)
–1 Tbsp Natural Organic Honey
–1 Beaten Egg

TIP!Allow this mixture to warm up at a low heat stirring until the mixture is completely combined. This can be applied to warm damp hair after a good shower and allowed to work its magic for a half an hour to overnight. Wash off after the treatment period is completed.
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Top Hairstyles For Women Over 50 in 2019 | Photos and video

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  Top Hairstyles For Women Over 50 And Who From Celebrities Use It

Here are some of the more appealing hairstyles for women over 50. A timeless, beautiful look is always cherished, and something women should strive for.

1. Favorite hairstyle for women over 50: BOB

One of my favorite looks for women over 50 is a Bob, there are so many options with Bobs. You can go with a classic bob but why, the length is great for lifting your face and giving a more youthful appearance.

  • Bob-a is a classic bob but with a shaggy bang, I love giving women the option of a bang as we age because you can soften some of the fine lines. You do need to be careful adding a bang to and older face because if the bang becomes too heavy or too solid it will block the face off and make the wrinkles more noticeable. Always think soft, flowing, movement are great words to keep in mind for older hair. So this bang I would add with a Razor to keep the ends wispy, I would also layer the bangs into the back and overextend some of the back into the front. This kind of layer is soft and subtle but keep the hair soft looking without the harsh lines.
  • Bob-b is very layered and a really fun option for hair, this is one of my favorite cuts for women of all ages but works really well for over 50. This bob has a Box layer, that is where the hair is pulled straight out from the head and layered, then brought straight up into a long layer position and laired again. The 2 areas are not blended so it leaves the top a bit longer then the bottom. This effect makes it look soft and movable but still short enough to not look weighed down. The next step in the layering is the sides are over extended into the back leaving the front area longer. This look looks great when done with a razor cut but it has to be the right hair type for the razor.
  • Bob-c is a regular classic long bob. This look should be just slightly under the chin for length. To make this better for over 50 is should have a slight layer added to it with some soft face framing layers in the front.
  • Bob-d and Bob-e I wanted to show what doing different kinds of layers to a bob can change the look completely.

When choosing a style always save a picture to your devise or print a copy up and bring it too your appointment. All stylists have different kinds of training so descriptive words can become confusing and that is where mistakes happen. All stylists are visual artistic people and pictures help us immensely when helping you choose a style.

 2. Long haistyles for women over 50

Over 50 isn’t stigmatized like it used to be it is still young and you can really do anything you want with your hair but remember a few key tips to keep yourself looking young!

Have layers in your hair, don’t do sharp angles, keep hair soft looking not heavy. If you choose to have long hair make sure you have lots of movement (layers, face framing layers and or bangs but soft bangs) and spend the time to add waves and finish your look.

Both of these look are long both have layers in varying degrees and B has the perfect kind of bang for over 50 hair.

Another look that looks great on women over 50 is a bit longer look but one with lots of layers.

  • Long Layer a is the perfect length, it is just slightly below the collarbone this look has a long layer and face framing layers. The long layers should only be in the bottom 3 or 4 inches of the hair but the face framing layers can be as many as you want. The length of her face framing layers are about her cheek length, she also has a soft long bang.
  • Long Layer b is a bit more of a classic long layer look. Her long layers again are about the bottom 3 to 4 inches of the length and her face framing layers are just below or right at the chin.
  • Long Layer c is a little bit shorter then the others, this length should be just above or right at the collarbone. She also has long layers in the bottom 3 to 4 inches, she does not have face- framing layers but you should finish the layers on the length around the sides as well.

My favorite length for women over 50 is mid-chest,

that can be a couple of inches above your chest line to collarbone length. I think this gives women the most flattering length. It helps us life our face keep thing light and fresh and works well for volume.

I also think one of the best Go To styles is to stick to a pretty basic but always flattering long layer with face angling and shorter layers in the front area.

I also like a longer side bang, that gives women added softness around the face without cutting the face off with a full bang.

However long side bangs don’t work for all lifestyles if that is the case and you need/want a regular bang just make sure it is done with soft edges and has a layer to it to help it but light and airy.

These are all cut very similar with varying degrees of layers and bangs.

1) The Blowout Hairstyle

This is a fantastic look and striking at the same time.

The hair is blown out as the name suggests with luminous waves. It makes it stand out in the right way. If you start to include highlights into the mix (golden), you are going to look fantastic.

A celebrity who rocks this hairstyle would be Raquel Welch. It’s easy to the eyes, and she enjoys a gold tinge to her hair that emphasizes volume.

2) Ombre Waves Haistyle Is Nice For Women Over 50

This is a look that has been made famous by none other than Michelle Pfeiffer who has earned acclaim for her charming hairstyle.

The ombre wave is subtle but aesthetically pleasing at the same time.

The goal is to create waves in one’s hair and go from “dark to light” color wise. So, with Michelle Pfeiffer, you are looking at the hair starting dark brown at the top and converting into a light blonde near the bottom. It’s a unique look and one that does add value to her overall appearance.

3) Long Shag

This is a look made famous by Suzanne Somers and is eye-catching, to say the least!

Suzanne Somers looks to rock a hairstyle where it adds volume to straight hair. She mixes short and long bangs and ensures the variation is what adds to her look. With Suzanne Somers, you are also looking at blonde hair, which pops out even more.

While the color doesn’t matter, it’s good to look into a lighter color for texture. It helps define the different bangs and how they join to create a “long shag.”

4) Classic Hairstyle Layered Bob Specially For Women Over 50

This is a classic look when it comes to top hairstyles for women over 50.

Diane Keaton loves the layered bob and has rocked it for a while due to how pleasing it is. The premise is to create a look that falls right under the jawline (i.e. bob) but has layers present. She mixes things up by having short-swept bangs near the front of her face.

This adds texture to the look in comparison to a straight bob as most women get.

If you want to gain a bit of “oomph” with your hairstyle, the side-swept bangs are a real winner.

Additional Recommendations

1) Long Layers (Madonna)
2) Gentle Waves (Dana Delany)
3) Loose Curls (Sarah Jessica Parker)
4) Wavy Lob (Glenn Close)

Each look is unique and adds something to the celebrity’s appearance. If you want something that resonates and adds personality to your appearance, these are the ones to go with.

Medium Layered Haircut

This stunning haircut with subtle honey highlights and discreet layers looks incredible on fair complexions. To get the seamless style, your top layers are cut gradually shorter, while the longest locks must graze the shoulders. Besides the fact that it looks fabulous, the hairdo is also quite easy to maintain. Style the tips with a round brush and complete the look with side-swept bangs on the front.

Razor Cut German Red

With a gorgeous balayage of red tones, the German red is incredible with the razor cut short look, complete with a side-swept fringe. This is for the professional lady who prefers some character to her hairstyle and a quick styling in the morning.

Blonde Pixie Cut

Going short with the hair, and a very light blonde, this hairstyle is for the middle-aged woman who embraces her whites and wants to have a touch of fairy to them. It is a platinum blonde and perfect for a woman over 50 looking to make her age ambiguous.

Medium Length Soft Gold

Soft golden highlights add to the shoulder-length haircut with lighter ends, and a gentle look brings the age down to around 40 or 45, which is excellent as a hairstyle for ladies over 50.

Medium Fringed Lowlights

There are several highlights, which are often used to stylize the hair, but in this case, it is the lowlights that are especially interesting. An ashy darker blonde is straight and tousled, an exciting haircut for women above 50 that falls to the shoulders. It is great for ladies who want a youthful transformation.

Long Fringed Block Coloring

Reddish brown towards the ends, blonde on top, this fringed look is fascinating, to say the least, keeping lighter on top and going dark underneath. It can bring out the young adult in you.

Side-Swept Highlighted Short Hair

This style could bring a sense of maturity with the side sweep. Additionally, the blow out on chin-length highlighted blonde locks imparts a touch of youthfulness, bringing your age down to the 35 or 40s maximum.

Added Grey Highlights

Go shoulder-length with this style, as you spot a grey shift in your tresses that are precisely cut and blown out with beautiful layers for a truly gorgeous effect. The added highlights over the brows only soften the features more.

Balayage for Women Over 50

For the best hairstyles for ladies above 50 who have a special event to attend, bringing in major lowlights and highlights to curled, shorter and straightened hair is a must. In his style, the volume is the key. The asymmetrical cut adds superbly to the final effect.

Kris Jenner Glam

A darker colored pixie with a side sweep of the hair means that both the color and the cut bring a youthful glow to your middle-aged face. With some great genetics, you will look too incredible to be a grandmother.

Sun-Kissed Red Shine

Shoulder length, blow-dried perfectly and with a delightful reddish copper tint is all you require for a warm effect on your fair complexion. Women’s hairstyles over 50 could be super attractive if only they get this tint right.

High Contrast Ombre Balayage

It is amazingly youthful style with the side-swept hair is in beautiful balayage, the tips nearly white and the roots very dark. It surprisingly transforms you into what one would say “cool.” The young adults around you will be jealous of your sparkle here. Modern women over 50 deserve to be acknowledged when with taste.

Warm Red Pixie

This hairstyle idea is perfect for women of any age. It is about a slight tousle, lots of hairsprays and a rose blonde color that is simply too lovely to pass up. Add a side sweep and pixie cut to the mix, and you have an impressive outcome with that unruly hair of yours.

Beachy Blonde Balayage

Greying golden balayage and pixie cuts look rather attractive together as a slightly good hairstyle for women above 50. Beachy hair and disheveled in the layered cut, the haircut is fitting for those who are both youthful and confident in her age as well.

Curling Blonde and Chic

This style suits the fun and sassy woman over 50 who prefers to welcome herself without letting go of her personality. Waves and curls to a light blonde hair color look like the perfect thing, with the hair itself styled to around just below the ears. Add in red lipstick and red frames for glamour look that screams classy sass.

Platinum with Grey Bob

Consider trying platinum blonde with grey and beige undertones if you are a woman who likes short bobs that are expertly blown out while embracing a more juvenile effect to your greys. The outcome will be mesmerizing and makes for a sexy cougar look.

Razor Undercuts

If you are blonde with a darker base, you look amazingly good on a razor undercut that adds dimension and volume to your overall appearance. It easily shaves off 3-5 years from your age.

Simple Blonde Bob

Your natural light wave with beautiful blonde highlights on a chin-length bob seems quite lovely and is easy to handle as well. There’s an absolute gentleness to wearing a similar haircut after the age of 50.

Steel Magnolia Bob

Who said that hairstyles for women over 50 could not include mermaid hair? Super shiny and with a silver head, this hairstyle is something that women can wear as they age. It can amazingly transform you into a gorgeous 35-40 years old lady.

Rainbow Streaks

You may be getting older, but you once belonged to the ‘70s clan, where the colors of the rainbow were a definite. Now you are getting sweeter and softer with strands highlighted from blond to bluish gray over chestnut locks. There’s an entire youthfulness and very little succumbing to the social pressures of what an aging woman’s hair should ideally look like.

Gentle Shoulder Length Waves

A little to one side is the part here. A lovely highlight is added to the brown hair, while waves catch the light for the cooler blonde that is included. The shoulder-length softens the face and discloses the outer beauty to match that inside.

Golden Balayage

When we turn grey, the golden colors that are a little on the cooler side become more common. However, a shoulder-length bob that has a gorgeous side sweep and lovely layers make it look all the better. You will never reveal your real age with this exceptionally stylish style that can be worn during the day or at night.

Waves Down Shoulders

While most of the hairstyles mentioned previously are super short, we also decided to include those that are a bit longer, with a gorgeous balayage and soft natural waves that most teenagers would love to do just about anything for. Within the blonde category, this style has a sense of maturity to go with its juvenile nature.

Red Balayage

Coppery autumn and sunsets days come to mind with this particular combination of cut and color, the more extended bob appearing to have shadowy roots. It seems very interesting and would never reveal the age of a woman after 50 years.

Beach Hair Balayage

When we think of beachy waves, usually it’s long hair that comes to our mind. You can use this idea with a shorter bob that involves lovely highlights and root shadows. It has a delicacy about it that also feels somewhat fresh. It’s a perfect look for any woman over 50 with a sense of beach style! Baby lights at their best!

Greying Blonde Highlights

For women above 50, fine strands and thinning hair might be a problem with wrong color and cut. The platinum blonde with a touch of grey is perfect to cover your aged look without losing grace and beauty. A nice short-in-the-back side parted look is just what the dermatologist and beauty doctor recommended for an aging woman.

Summer Blonde

At mid-length, it’s hard to miss the summer blonde hue of this simple cut. It is mainly for the woman who has multiple things to do to care about styling it up but still wants a youthful appearance with a little maintenance. The light blond color can hide white hair, while the shoulder length highlights the young woman in you.

Red Spring Layers

It is just adorable to have a bronzing rose gold hair color to your volumized hair. Add thick bangs and short layers to the mix, while letting the curls fall on your shoulders for an appearance that is just perfect for a night out. It’s beautiful, to say the least.

Rose Gold Pixie

Light tips and dark roots go hand in hand here on the rose gold pixie style. It looks very youthful with its sunlight balayage and takes very little taking care. The color of the rose gold is also made to match the tone of the skin, brightening up the face.

Short and Grey

Dark at the roots and grey on the crown and along the back of the head! Short and Grey hair has never been so lovely, and it minimizes the aging process while highlighting the beauty of a lady’s features as well as her charm. If you have extra piercings in your ears, it will only enhance the coolness rating of this hairstyle for women over 50 years old.

Textured Short Bob

Short hair with a grey and blonde tint, the ends at the length of the chin and the tresses treated to a lovely blow out looks amazing as well. No matter your age, you can have fun with your hair, and this one indeed is not a bland look to try. The texture in the highlights adds remarkably to its allure.

Blushing Pink Bob

Have you thought of a blush color for your short hair that is quite easier to maintain? Balayage in soft greys and pinks makes for a color that lets you stand out while adapting perfectly to any society. You shall be the granny the little ones are thrilled to call a “fashion-forward lady.”

Silver Bowl Cut

Voluminous straight hair with a buzz to the nape get a modern upgrade with this blue-grey-purple tone that stands out easily in the balayage color haircut pages. Make sure what you adopt is just as futuristic and fashion-savvy as you have made your hair.

Textured Blonde Bun

When given curling texture, a white blonde with grey balayage looks amazingly good, tendrils are left open to frame the face, and a braid is converted into a bun for its final effect. It’s a classy and lovely look, and fits perfectly with the ideal of a woman with long hair over 50 years.

Dark Red Bowl Cut

A bowl cut with perfectly straight strands and razed nape receives a modern upgrade with a deep coppery red balayage, the finish reminiscent of a high school nerd who simply knows it all. You will appear cultured and intelligent with this particular haircut for women over 50 years old.

Textured Short Cut

A beautiful short haircut that is full of lovely highlights and layers that look entirely natural is exactly what the beauty police ordered. You can appear youthful while embracing your intelligent behavior through maturity. Besides, it is a game of dark and light, which perfectly captures the sunlight.

Shoulder-Length Grey Hair

The soft waves mark the beauty of this adorable grey hairstyle perfect for women above 50. It allows you to enjoy your greys while still looking youthful, with a character and full volume that speaks of class and poise.

Long Grey Balayage

Darker and light grey strands meet in a lovely flipped end long haircut, falling on the shoulders to the blades in the back. It gives you the opportunity to pack it in a bun or to tie it up, as well as to leave it down with its grey balayage standing out. It is perfect for a woman who appreciates her healthy aging!

Island Blonde Lob

Cut to below length of the chin and painted a light platinum blonde, the shades we get here are those of a woman who will be forever young. There’s something to be said about hiding grey tone in a white blonde. Additionally, the voluminous straight locks are are too adorable to let them pass.

Silvery Blonde Cut

Do you prefer a nape-length long bob that you can blow-dry to perfect but that’s more of a silvery grey than a blonde? This is probably the right choice for you then, enjoying the maximum lack of pigmentation while making sure the hair on your head looks healthy and fresh throughout the day.

Brunette Lob with Fringe

A short lob with an irregular fringe in a warm chestnut tone adds a touch of risqué to your ‘do and brings color into your face. It is a modern touch to a classic style, undoubtedly one of the best hairstyles for middle-aged women, which will always be part of our repertoire.

Fresh Ice Blonde

It is almost white textured and cut with a side fringe that seems genuinely graceful; this look is for the dominant woman who manages quite a lot in her life. Tint the eyebrows dark for an even younger impression.

Silver to White Short Haircut

With silver gray roots and white ends, this extra short haircut looks pretty amazing. Show off your style by embracing your age while making it easy to take care of your hair. This is an excellent appearance and a beautiful play on a grandmother’s classic ‘do.

Angled Grey Cut

It is a great hairstyle for women over 50! The silver on the crown leads to a head full of grey, blown straight and cut to a beautiful angle to perfectly frame the face and amplify the best features. Keeping it grey shows a mature attitude while the volume in the crown adds to your healthy appearance.

Simply Silver Hair

Cutting your hair to make a V at the neck, this silver style is magnified with the use of silver shampoo and conditioner to eliminate potential brassiness from the hair and to keep up the highlights. With the crown of a bit lighter color, as well as the roots, there is a unique shine to this simply greyish silver appearance.

Brunette with Blonde Highlights

If you want to keep a warmer brown hue, but at strands that glow in the sun, a soft, blond highlight in dark brown makes sense. Cut like a blown out bob with side fringes and a touch of layering; you can quickly cover up those greys and look young while maintaining a shorter look.

Side Trim Short Bob

Darker blonde hair having a short bob that has had the sides trimmed close to the skin creates a unique hairstyle for women above 50 years.  This modern effect adds to youthful appearance while adding volume to the crown.

Polar Bear Ice

The combination of gray and ice blonde of this angled bob style is great winter hair and reminds us of a white polar bear in the Arctic. Add volume to the style, cut at the height of the chin and at a slight angle, and highlight for a perfect outcome.

Grey Ombre Bob

A beautiful short bob with grey ombre hair, darker towards the nape and lighter on the top, this is a fun and straightforward hairstyle for women over 50 years. It makes you stand out more and, instead of reducing your age, it simply adds smoothness to your plainly perfect appearance, no matter what your age.

Ivy Blonde Layered Lob

An angled cut, blond reflections of ice cream and beautifully dark low lights; a lot of layers and volume on the margin … this is one of the best hairstyles for women over 50 that you can find, one that can be created by a great stylist. You will find yourself young and modern, while you also present a worldly and an intelligent person to those around you.

Curled Out Bob – Neck Flattering Hairstyle

Consider the shape of your face and length of your neck while getting a curled out bob haircut, although this advice applies to all ages, it is much more recommended for women over 50 years. This haircut is simple but what makes it great is the flattering style that lends itself to mature women with thick hair.

Chic Super Short

No doubt, this hairstyle is very short, but Ellen Degeneres has lengthened it along her temples to add a feminine touch. This short haircut works just as well for women above 50 with glasses. With the hair combed away from your face, there is nothing to interfere with or to compete with your glasses.

Short and Spiky Hairstyle

This spiky and short haircut looks good for women above 50 with all kinds of hair textures that includes fine, thin hair or thicker hair. This style encourages other people to focus on your eyes and all the other prominent features of your face. You can add a side swept fringe to it to make this hairstyle more wearable.

Fauxhawk for Women Over 50

A False Hawk hairstyle brings a sense of style and modernity to any lady who chooses to wear it. If you are a mature woman over 50, this haircut can make you appear younger and smarter. This hairstyle especially complements women above 50 with oval faces.

For top hairstyles for women over 50, you need to frame your face and make sure there’s lots of volume/texture. This is how you are going to add youthfulness to the look and make it pop. Those who ignore this will never get the style they desire.

The hairstyles recommended here are quality options and will work for everyone.

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Top 15 Hairstyles For Thin Hair 2019 | Discover The Best Haircuts | VIDEO

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Top 15 Hairstyles For Thin Hair 2018 | Discover The Best Haircuts | VIDEO

Do you wondering which hairstyles for thin hair is best for you? This is something that many women with fine hair face when it comes to trying to find the right haircut that can help them achieve the goal. The good news is that there are a number of very nice haircuts that a woman can use to look beautiful and to add the appearance of significant volume to their hair.

15 Hairstyles That Add Significant Volume For Women With Thin Hair


1. Classic Bob | The Most Favorite Hairstyle For Short Thin Hair


Like with all fashion, hairstyles come and go. But the 90s have now returned. The classic bob is a great way for a woman to look great and add volume to otherwise thin hair. If you’re wondering if this style is back in just take a look at any number of your favorite celebrities and you’ll see that it is. Put on a pair of high-waist jeans and a choker along with your new, cool haircut, and you just might be seen as one of the influencers.

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Classic Bob For Thin Hair | One Of The Best


TIP! Add layers or waves to achieve even better thicker effect of your bob haircut


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Even More Thicker Hair With The Waves


2. Shoulder-Length Wavy Bob Is Ideal For Thin Hair


Have your hair cut to shoulder length and have the ends vary in length and the rest of your hair layered. Having a light permanent wave or use a curling iron in the morning to add some wave which along with your haircut will add significant volume. It’s a great style that’s currently in fashion. If you’re using the curling iron and you notice that some of your ends are sticking out and in different directions, that’s perfect.

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Ideal For Thin Hair | Bob Hairstyle


3. Messy Bob Haircut For Thin Hair With Layers That Are Choppy


There are four things that help make thin hair have volume and they are layers, color, waves, and ends that have varied lengths. A messy Bob with choppy ends is an attractive and youthful look. This haircut will only require a small amount of backcombing and a minimal amount of hairspray. Its design is meant to be messy and casual.

Messy Bob With Layers That Are Choppy
Look Yonger And Add Volume To Your Thin Haiir With Messy Bob With Layers


4. You Can Add Volume With Tucked Back Haircut


This style of haircut for thin hair will curve from the top of the head out and then back in toward the neck. This effect makes the hair look as though it has tremendous volume even when it’s quite thin. This type of short haircut is very sophisticated and modern and is very suitable, especially for women who are over 30. This type of short haircut is considered extremely chic.

Haircut For Thin Hair Bob With Turn Back With Tucked Back
Another Favorite Haircut For Thin Hair


5. Face-Framing Layers With A Part In The Middle | For Long Thin Hair


This is a very youthful look and is intended for those who are wearing their hair long. Ideally, the hair will be to the middle of the back and should be combed in the middle. It will have a light wave down the front on both sides that helps to frame the face. This is an easy to achieve look for those with long thin hair. It’s a very modern style and very attractive.

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This Is Perfect Hairstyle For Long Thin Hair


VIDEO | #20 Top Hairstyles For Thin Hair + Bonus


TIP! Follow your favorite celebrities with the thin hair and try their hairstyles. They have a lot of opportunities and the budget to choose the best hair stylist who recommend top haircut for her to get thicker hair.


Another Top 10 Hairstyles For Thin Hair

One thing that women with thin hair all agree on is that hairstyles for this type of hair are never easy to create. All women even those with thin hair want to have much thicker hair, but there is no need to worry since all that’s required is the right hairstyle. If you have thin hair you will fall in love with the following collection of hairstyles are quite versatile and will work for your type of hair.

Here are the other top 10 hairstyles for women with thin hair

6. Uneven Front Bangs


Women that have thick hair are often able to get away with having full, wide set bangs. While such a look is hardly ideal for thin hair, bangs are still an alternative. Test out choppy front bangs instead of going for heavy bangs that have a blunt edge. Having uneven strands will give you the freedom to either separate the bangs in the middle or bring them to the side. French women have been rocking this hairstyle for a long time.


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Alternative For Thin Hair


7. Wispy Front Layers


Thin-haired women who love medium-length cuts will love a look the incorporates wispy front layers. To achieve the look, a stylist cuts the hair between the bust and collarbone and then adds wispy front layers originating from the bottom of the chin down to the ends. The layers frame the face wonderfully, add texture, and can be styled for even greater volume. You should not forget to cut the back of the hair in a straight line because thin back layers have a tendency to get scraggly.

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Ideal For Medium Long Thin Hair


8. Beachy Waves | Number One No Heat Hairstyle For Thin Hair


It is hard to go wrong with beachy waves irrespective of your hair type. Beachy waves are the best no heat hairstyle that adds a considerable amount of volume. The hairstyle is recommended for the summer and can suit hair of all lengths. All you have to do is to spritz some sea salt spray then scrunch the hair. You can also achieve heat-less beach curls by braiding wet hair then leaving it overnight and when you open them the following morning, you will have lovely beach waves with good bounce.

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One Of The Best No Heat Hairstyle For Thin Hair


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9. Angled Bob | Another Bob Haircuts For thin Hair


Angled bob is one of the most glamorous and chic haircuts for women with thin hair. It adds more volume and body to the tresses. It not only provides a new dimension for the face, but also prevents the hair from actually appearing flat or limp. You can choose to have your angled bob super sleek or it can have light waves that make it look even more lovely. The angled bob works well for women with round faces and thin hair.

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Another Type Of Bob Haircuts For Thin Hair


TIP! Bob is the most favorite hairstyle for thin hair, so you can inspire yourself with another bob haircuts


10. Messy Updo Style | Give A Chance


Updo hairstyles have been fashionable for the longest time possible. The look works well for dinner dates, wedding parties, or simply flaunting your ravishing side. The messy updo complements all outfits and can completely elevate your look. All you need to do is curl the hair using thick rollers and then leave it overnight. Next, tie hair into a low bun and leave a couple of strands here and there and you will be all good to go.

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Give A Chance To This Hairstyle And You Will Be Glad You Did


11. Braided Crown | Another Trick In Hairstyle To Hide Thin Hair


Women with thin hair usually find braids falling down the shoulder or back looking quite meager and only exaggerating how fine their hair is. A better alternative would be the braided crown. If you pull up hair and use a braid as a headband, it is possible to create an illusion of having more hair than in reality. The braided crown is also great for drawing attention from how much hair actually remains in the back.

Hairstyle Braided Crown Trick Thin Hair
Another Alternative For Thin Hair As A Trick


12. Sleek Pony with Puff


The old school puff hairstyle is great for adding volume to fine hair. It is the ideal hairstyle for women with thin hair that don’t want their hair to look flat. All you need to do is make a puff by back-combing a section of the front hair. Tie the remaining hair into a ponytail and you will be good to go. If you wish to make the look more stylish, take a small section of the ponytail then wrap it around the hair tie.

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Give A Chance To This Hairstyle For Thin Hair

13. Long Blunt Bangs


Styling hair using blunt bangs also referred to as fringes is a great way to add a refreshing look to fine hair. It covers the forehead and adds an illusion of fuller hair. The important thing is to ensure that you don’t have greasy hair since the bangs may look flat, which will defeat the purpose. It is not necessary to have pin straight hair to rock the look. Just straighten up the front bangs then scrunch up the rest of the hair for more texture and bounce.


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Nice Trick How To Hide Thin Hair | Long Blunt Blangs


14. Romantic Updo


The romantic updo is ideal for thin hair especially if you plan to go out on a date at a fancy restaurant. To achieve this hairdo, you can either curl up your hair lightly into waves or you can wear thick rollers in your hair overnight. Next, finger-comb the hair and then gather it mid-length. Finally, strategically pin the hair up into place and you will be done.

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Perfect Hairstyle For Thin Hair If You Plan Go On Date Or Restaurant


15. Voluminous Loose Curls Ideal For Long Thin Hair


Curls are great for dramatically adding volume to hair and making it bouncy. If you have thin hair, you can choose any type of loose curls from heavy loose curls to soft curls and still be sure that whatever style you choose will make your hair look thicker by giving it more body. You can either use hair curling rods or curling rollers to achieve your desired look. Voluminous loose curls are ideal for those with long, thin hair.

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Add Volume With Voluminous Loose Curls Hairstyle | Nice For Long Thin Hair


Hairstyle For Thin Hair | The Best Practise


Thin hair can be styled in several different ways without worry as clearly evidenced by the hairstyles for thin hair discussed here. If you choose of the hairstyles discussed here, you will definitely look luscious like you should. The important thing is not to restrict yourself to a specific look, but rather try experimenting with different looks by either adding accessories or changing them a bit. Your hairstyle needs to be as unique and personal as you are!

It is important to remember that the main things that give volume to hair are waves, color, and layers. Whether you’re wanting to wear your hair long or short consider these three components when getting a haircut.


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Hair Cloning 2019 | How Does It Work And When Will Be Avaliable?

Hair Cloning 2018 | How Does It Work And When Will Be Avaliable?


Hair cloning is one of the most promising treatments for common genetic hair loss (a.k.a. androgenetic alopecia). It is being researched by pioneering hair restoration physicians such as Dr. Bernstein, who works in collaboration with Columbia University and hopes to be the first to develop a treatment for hair loss.

Hair Cloning And Multiplication Processes


Hair cloning is one of the latest fields of scientific research to make rapid advances in the quest to cure genetic baldness and androgenic alopecia.

The treatment involves the removal of around 60 to 120 hair follicles followed by the micro-dissection and removal of specific cells, which are multiplied inside a laboratory.

The new cells are then implanted into balding areas on the scalp to result in new and permanent hair. In theory, this “unlimited” supply of new hair can be created and then implanted using the original 60 to 120 follicles.

It has been suggested that this technology could become a reality by 2027.


However, substantial work is required to make “hair cloning” a successful option.

The Hair Growth Cycle


To know the processes involved in “hair cloning”, you first have to understand hair growth cycle as well as sheds. Hair regenerates naturally in a cyclical pattern which involves:

the anagen phase (growth)

the catagen phase (transition)

the telogen phase (shedding and resting)

and the return to the anagen phase (regeneration)


The stem cells found in the hair follicle base (the dermal papilla) controls regeneration processes.

The presence of an abundance of these stem cells results in fuller and thicker hair. When it comes to female and male hair loss, the number of dermal-papilla cells decreases during the anagen phase, along with subsequent hair which is miniaturized.

Eventually, dermal papilla stop generating enough cells for regeneration.

Once this occurs, there are no new hairs that need replacing and the older hair falls out, resulting in baldness.

Hair Cloning Process?


Hair cloning is a process that involves the extraction of a small amount of follicular units from the scalp. The extraction is done using a local anesthetic.

These follicular units will then be cryopreserved and banked until needed.

This will be followed by unfreezing a few of the follicular units. Then processing these units to isolate specific cells that are actively involved in the production of a hair shaft.

The cells will then divide and multiply.

The cells will be injected into balding areas over the patient’s scalp.

These implants are designed to rejuvenate thinning hair and result in the production of thicker hair shafts.

Differences Between Hair Multiplication And Hair Cloning


The idea behind hair-cloning process involves extraction of healthy hair-follicle cells from the patient, followed by cultivating a number of clones “in vitro”.

After a period of time, the cloned cells are transplanted back into the patient’s scalp.

Hair multiplication involves hair follicles which are extracted and transplanted onto the bald areas where they will regenerate. 

Hair Multiplication


In hair cloning, germinative cells are usually multiplied outside the body, ideally in unlimited amounts.

On the other hand, hair multiplication involves removing hair follicles from the donor‘s scalp and manipulating them such that the number of hairs is increased significantly.

This might involve cutting or transecting hair follicles and directly implanting them into the scalp, in the hope that the hair follicles will regenerate and grow new hair.

There is another technique that uses plucked hair fragments instead of transected or whole follicles.

Hair multiplication using plucked hair is based on the idea that it’s an easy, non-invasive way to obtain germinative cells.

Furthermore, the shaft of the plucked hair serves as a ready-made scaffold where the germinative cells are introduced and aligned at the new site.

Here, the goal is to pluck a small part of the germinative cells to provide enough tissue for the formation of new follicles, while not weakening the original one.

The main problem with this method is that plucking usually yields hair with too few cells to effectively induce new hair follicles to form.

Multiplication process 2


Another form of hair multiplication involves plucking hairs from the beard or the scalp that are then implanted into the bald part of the scalp.

The idea here is that the germinative cells on the base of the hair follicle are highly likely to be pulled together with the follicle.

When the hair has been implanted, the cells will be able to regenerate and create a new follicle.

Examining the plucked hair via a microscope helps the doctor establish which hairs have the most stem cells and the ones that are more likely to regrow.

This procedure is referred to as “hair multiplication”, as the plucked follicles will regrow new hair, which can potentially offer an unlimited supply.


However, this technique usually has a problem in that when plucked. The cells adherent to the hair shaft don’t seem to play a major role in hair follicle growth.

Plus, the most important stem cells for hair growth, usually found around the bulge region of the follicle, often are not harvested to a significant degree.

Some researchers speculate that adding an extra-cellular matrix (ECM) with the aim of stimulating growth makes the plucked hairs much more likely to survive after they’re implanted. They may grow into fully developed hair.

However, this has been hard to document or prove in clinical trials.

The major limitation of using this new ECM-based technique is that most of the plucked hairs do not contain adequate germinative material to effectively stimulate new hair growth.

This means that only a small number of plucked hairs are actually useful in the transplant.

The other concern with this method is that a portion of the new hair is usually obtained from the skin around the recipient site instead of being solely from the transplanted hair follicle.

For this reason, we can only hope that the new hair, which contains cells from the donor as well as the recipient, will be resistant enough for the miniaturizing actions of DHT and that it won’t disappear over time.

Hair induction method (hair cloning)


Hair follicles present a major challenge when it comes to cloning.

This is because the follicles are usually very complex. It’s difficult to multiply them inside a test tube; too, since they are not whole organisms. They cannot grow on their own.

Luckily, a pair of clever scientists, Dr. Colin Jahoda and Dr. Amanda Reynolds, seem to be on their way towards solving the dilemma.

In a report titled Transgender Induction of Hair Follicles, these scientists have highlighted that dermal sheath cells found in the lower parts of the human hair follicle can be isolated from one person and directly injected into the skin of another to form new intact hair.

To stimulate the development of normal, full-terminal hair follicles, the implanted cells interact locally inside the skin of the recipient.

While this is not actual hair cloning, there’s a good chance that dermal sheath cells can be multiplied inside a petri dish and later injected into the skin in great numbers to create a full head of hair.

But this form of multiplication has not been achieved yet, so take this scenario with a grain of salt.

Nonetheless, it seems that this kind of hair “induction” method is the model that is most likely to work.


Hair cloning
Hair Cloning (Induction) Process

Hair induction: Notice


Interestingly, in the experiment, the donor cells actually came from a male while the recipient, a female, actually grew the hair.

This aspect highlights that donor cells can successfully be transferred from one person to another without being rejected. Even in cases where the recipient was not only of the opposite sex, but also had a significantly different genetic profile, repeated implantations didn’t produce the usual rejection responses.

This shows that dermal sheath cells usually have a special immune status, and that the lower part of the hair follicle is one of the “immunity privileged” sites of the human body.

Additionally, some evidence shows that the recipient’s skin can actually affect the look of the hair. Therefore, the final appearance of the patient is more likely to resemble the original hair of the bald person more closely than that of the inducer cells of the donor.

Hair Cloning Models


There are four main experimental techniques for cloning hair:

  1. Implanting Dermal Papillae Cells (DP cells) alone
  1. Placing the DP cells besides other miniaturized follicles
  1. Implanting keratinocytes-containing DP cells (Proto-hairs)
  1. Using a Matrix in Cell Implantation


However, though they are minor, there are a few safety concerns that the implanted cells can exhibit malignant growth or induce tumors themselves.

But once such obstacles are overcome, certain FDA requirementsto must be met before approval to guarantee effectiveness and safety. The process entails three formalized clinical tests and usually takes years.

Hair cloning is still a work in progress, and although there has been significant recent success – especially now that we have a working model of how it might be accomplished – there’s still much work to be done.

What Still Needs To Be Done In Hair Cloning


When cloning hair, we are still confronted with a number of problems.

1. First, we need to determine the most appropriate follicular components to use. The dermal sheath cells used in the Jahoda/Amanda experiment are difficult to isolate, and may not necessarily produce the best hair.

2. Second, the extracted cells must be cultured successfully outside the body.

3. Third, a cell matrix could be required to keep the cells aligned properly when they are growing.

Finally, the cells should be injected successfully into the scalp of the recipient in a way that they can consistently induce hair growth.

With cell implantation, there are no guarantees that the induced hair will look natural in terms of color, texture, or thickness, or that the hair will grow in the right direction.

This is unlike the conventional Follicular Unit Extraction (FUE) procedure where intact follicular units are implanted into the scalp, oriented in the direction the surgeon intends the hair to grow.

To alleviate the problem, the induced hair might be used in the central part of the scalp for volume purposes, and complemented using the traditional FUE procedure to produce a natural appearance.

Nonetheless, it must be ascertained that induced hair follicles can actually grow long enough to create cosmetically significant hair.

Once the hair is shed as part of the normal hair cycle, there is no guaranteed that it will grow and cycle again.

Another major technical problem in hair cloning is that the cells in culture usually start differentiating as they multiply and degenerate. Also act like fibroblasts instead of hair.

Finding the ideal environment where the cells can thrive in a way that differentiates them in a hair-like state is a big challenge for researchers.

In fact, it seems to be the single largest obstacle keeping this form of hair-loss treatment therapy from coming to fruition. It’s quite similar to the problems encountered in cloning an entire organism, since the environment where the embryonic cells grow is crucial to their proper differentiation and survival.

When Will Hair Cloning Be Available?


Stem cell and organ cloning research still in its infancy.

And even though hair cloning sounds simple in theory, there are unexpected complications when it comes to any of the latest medical technologies.

Nevertheless, research continues and every day researchers get closer and closer to a successful cure for baldness and androgenic alopecia.



With hair cloning, a sample of the patient’s germinative hair follicle cells are multiplied in vitro (outside the body). Then re-implanted into the scalp in the hope that new hair follicles will grow from them, thereby creating new permanent hair.

This is a fascinating field. Not only due to the rapidly developing nature of the science of cloning hair. But also because hair cloning methods have huge potential to yield an effective treatment that “cures” common hair loss. Many physicians and scientists have been seeking this cure for decades.

Hair cloning is a term that encompasses many different sets of ideas on how laboratory techniques can be used to solve the problem of hair loss. However, there are technical differences between true hair cloning and the hair multiplication technique for treating baldness.

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10 Early Signs Of Balding And How To Deal With It Immediatly

male pattern baldness

10 Early Signs Of Balding And How To Deal With It Immediatly


The main signs of balding in a man, and in certain cases women, is the loss natural color of the hair, full hand of hair after shampoo, scarring, skin lesions and the growth of dandruff.

As for people suffering from autoimmune disorders like alopecia areata, the first symptoms will be the loss of hair in unusual areas like above the ears, on their eyebrows, or at the backside of their head – places that male pattern baldness never affects.

As for male pattern loss, the loss and thinning of hair starts at the temple and crown before completely thinning out or falling out.

Balding, also known as alopecia, is where one starts losing hair from the body and often on the head.

This form of hair loss is often experienced by men and is commonly referred to as male pattern hair loss.

The causes of this hair loss are attributed to many factors.

However, as we have mentioned above, there are forms of balding that are associated with autoimmune disorders like alopecia areata and alopecia totalis, which is the most extreme with the victim losing all hair on their head and body.

What Causes Balding?


As mentioned above, hair loss can be brought about by many different factors.

These include fungal infections, aging, traumatic damage (where a person compulsively pulls their hair off), nutritional deficiencies, and/or chemotherapy or radiotherapy.

In 90% of cases, the main cause of balding is androgenic alopecia, wich means that balding was in your family before. In male hair loss it is caused by genetics and the male hormone DHT. In women it is still unknown


Generally, it will take about 15 to 25 years before a person suffering from male pattern hair loss to go bald. However, there are men who go bald in less than five years.

10 Key Signs Of Balding


Male pattern baldness is a very common hair loss condition that unfortunately afflicts over 2/3 of men throughout their lifetime.

Believe it or not, but this type of baldness can strike at a very young age. Sometimes people might begin to see signs of it as early as 18 years of age.

Because it is a genetic condition, it is much more likely that you will suffer from it if you have members of your family that have the same condition.

However, it is not true that it is only passed down from your mother’s side of the family.

Thus, if anyone in your family suffers from it on either side, you are at a much greater risk of getting it as well.


This type of baldness does not occur overnight. It is actually a process that typically happens throughout a long stretch of time where your hair follicles essentially stop regrowing hair.

Therefore, if you notice during a 1-month large clumps or a significant amount of hair

  • on your pillow when you wake up,
  • during a hair washing, shampooing
  • or on your brush after you brush your hair

you will want to visit a medical professional in order to discuss potential causes for it.

Typically, the pattern in which you lose your hair is indicative of the condition that you suffer from (if any).

There are a lot of different causes that could cause sudden and increased hair loss.

Therefore, just because you find hair on your pillow or you see hair coming out doesn’t necessarily mean you are suffering from baldness.

There are definitely other considerations that could come into play.  You should head to a medical professional to figure out what is going on.

However, there are clear warning signs that you might be suffering from the early stages of male pattern baldness. Below, we will be going over some of them.

Early Warning Signs Of Male Pattern Baldness


The problem with men suffering from male pattern baldness is that their hair eventually stops growing back.

It’s not about losing the hair, but about the hair follicles shrinking. After some time, the hair that grows out from the shrinking follicles becomes thin before disappearing altogether.

balding process hair loss scheme1

If you’re losing large chunks of your hair it isn’t a sign of Androgenic Alopecia, but it could be a sign of other types of alopecia.

Men that do in fact suffer from this type of baldness start to lose their hair in a pattern.

The first signs will generally include a noticeable receding hairline, which is gradual, but nonetheless will become obvious with time.

Male pattern hair loss does have a variety of other symptoms that may not exactly be textbook, but can be easy to recognize.

Apart from a receding hairline, thinning or receding hair from the top of the scalp can also be an indicator of permanent hair loss.

The way to know for sure if you’re suffering from male pattern hair loss is to take a look at your scalp.

This type of hair loss will not affect the sides or the back of your scalp. It is almost certain that you do suffer from male pattern hair loss if the only place you notice hair loss is near or on the top of your head.


The Standard Balding Process


Hair follicles, which are tiny pouches under the skin, are responsible for creating hair.

Each follicle grows a hair for about 3 years. When the 3 years are over, the hair is shed and a new one is grown.

In the case of male pattern hair loss, the affected scalp follicles gradually grow smaller.


As they shrink, the new hair that grows from the follicle is thinner than the last one.


At the same time, the follicle’s hair growth cycle grows shorter and hairs are grown and shed in a lesser time frame than the previous ones.


With time, all that is left is a very small follicle and only a thin hair stump that doesn’t even make it out to the surface.

Hair cycle and balding

List Of 10 Key Signs Of Balding:

1. Receding Hairline

Male pattern baldness typically begins at the hairline.

During the initial phase, your hair will begin to thin at the temples and the front of your hairline.


As time goes on, your hairline will continue to shrink and shrink until you are left with somewhat of a horseshoe shape on your forehead.

2. Thinning Of Crown Area

Another common sign that you are suffering from this type of baldness is if you have a lot of thining in the crown area of your head.

For a lot of people, this is actually the first place they notice that they are suffering from this condition.


Balding typically affects your head in a specific zone.

Therefore, you are likely going to be able to notice this type of thinning much easier.

3. Hair Gets Curly

While this is not necessarily going to occur to every single man that suffers from male pattern baldness, it is a common effect that male pattern baldness is affecting you.

This is when curly hair begins to show near the hairline on the neck and right over the ears.

This usually occurs when the crown begins to thin out and recess.

4. Loss Of Hair On The Top

Another sign that you are suffering from male pattern baldness can be seen when you are beginning to lose the hair on the top of your head.

A lot of men that suffer from this type of baldness end up suffering from significant hair loss on the top portion of their heads which leads only the sides and the back with hair.

If you notice that you are losing hair in specific patches and not just on the top portion of your head, you might be experiencing another type of problem that could be causing your hair to fall out.

Male pattern baldness typically affects the center and top portion of one’s head.

5. You Are Getting Older

When we age, our hair gets much thinner naturally.

The numbers dictate that around half of men over the age of 50 will have experienced around 50% hair loss.

Therefore, preventative measures must be taken in order to prevent this much hair loss if you feel as though you are headed down the same path.

While age is a very key factor to know and understand, if your hair is thinning out at a feverish pace, you might be dealing with balding.

6. Your Partings Are Getting Wider

One of the main things that you should be looking out for is your partings.

While some might not be able to notice if their hair is thinning out until it’s too late, a lot of people are going to be familiar with the way they part their hair.

Thus, if your hair is thinning out where you part it, you are going to be much more likely to notice it.

As a result, if your hair is parting wider or you notice major structural changes in the way your hair parts, you know that you are dealing with balding.

7. Dandruff

While getting dandruff suddenly doesn’t mean you are necessarily dealing with balding itself, it does mean that there is something going on with your scalp and hair.

Dandruff is a common sign that you are dealing with balding because it typically causes your scalp to go through serious changes which can alter the hydration and the production of oil in your scalp.

Thus, if you notice that you are beginning to suffer from dandruff all of the sudden, you might want to consider getting checked out by a professional that might be able to get to the root of what is happening to your hair.

8. Head Sensitivity

Another common sign that you are balding is if you notice any significant changes to the sensitivity that you might have to specific elements.

If you step out in either hot or cold weather, you should pay close attention to how your head feels.

If your head used to get extremely hot in the summer and it doesn’t feel as hot anymore, you might be dealing with hair thinning.

Likewise, if you notice that you are dealing with much more sunburn when you go out into the sun, you are likely losing a significant amount of hair that used to protect your scalp.

You will be able to identify if your scalp is being overly exposed to the sun if you did this.

9. Stop Self Inflicted Hair Loss.

When it comes to losing hair, you want to be sure that you are not causing it directly. There are actually a lot of different things that you could be doing in order to cause your hair to fall out and for you to lose hair in general. To put it simply, you will not want to abuse your hair in any way possible. A lot of people abuse their hair every single day by using extremely hot blow dryers or even hair straighteners. These tools can really cause significant damage to your hair follicles because your hair is not meant to be put through that type of physical stress. Also, hair that is put up too tightly can actually slowly get pulled from their roots.

10. Other Conditions.

Another major thing that you are going to want to keep an eye out for is other major conditions that could directly relate to problems with balding. For instance, if you notice that you are quickly gaining weight, you could be dealing with a thyroid problem that could end up causing hair loss in individuals. Also, you might be dealing with an autoimmune system disorder where your body is targeting your own hair follicles. Another problem that could be causing your hair loss is malnutrition. Lastly, you want to be sure that you are not suffering from ringworm which can cause your hair to fall out.

As you can see, there are plenty of different ways to tell if you are suffering from any type of baldness condition.

By looking and being proactive about it, you should be able to slow down the process significantly to the point where you are going to be able to minimize the negative effects of balding.

balding infographic

You want to be sure to look at all of the key signs that you are balding to ensure that none of them are affecting you and if they are, you will want to be sure to figure out whether or not it is because you are going through a balding process.

By visiting a registered health care professional, you should be able to tell whether or not any specific problem is associated with balding or if you are simply going through another health condition that is causing you to lose hair as a side effect or side problem associated with it.

There are plenty of reasons you can lose hair at a significant rate. Therefore, you want to be sure that you are dealing with male pattern baldness if you are losing a significant number of hair in a short period of time.

That way, you can figure out what to do about it.



Who Experiences Male Pattern Hair Loss?


Almost all men experience some form of hair loss by their 60’s. However, the time or age at which hair loss starts is not constant. Research shows that out of every ten men, about three will start experiencing hair loss by the time they are 30 years. Interestingly, about half of all the men in their 50’s exhibit some significant balding.


Can Balding Be Treated?


Male pattern hair loss is treatable. There are medications that will help balance out the hormones that affect hair growth. By using such medication (Propecia), the patient’s follicles are given a new lease of life and can easily grow back to their normal size; allowing for the normal growth of hair. Nonetheless, most of these medications will take some time before the results desired can be achieved.

If you are experiencing any form of hair loss, it is important that you visit your doctor or dermatologist for tests and for more advice on how to handle or work with the condition.


Hair loss in men that is the result of an underlying cause of hair follicle vulnerability is called male pattern baldness and is also known as Androgenic alopecia. This is usually the most common type of loss of hair, and it will affect nearly 70% if men at some time during their life.Commonly, men will have the recession of hair at their temples and with vertex balding, or baldness that occurs at the crown of the head Is caused by the DHT hormone increasing, but it has been established that baldness can in fact be genetic. Most commonly, male pattern baldness affects men between the age ranges of 25 to 35, but in some extreme cases, it can start as early as the age of 20.

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