No More Hair Loss

What do women obsess over after diamonds? Their hair! The hair obsession is beyond any level one can ever imagine. Sometimes it goes beyond the control and losing hair drives women nuts. This is one thing they cannot tolerate. There are many causes of hair loss like crash dieting, reactions to medications. One need not worry much about hair loss, because the hair will eventually grow back.
60% women deal with this degree of hair loss either in past or in the present or maybe in the coming future. So you don’t have to worry much. You are not alone in this! Minoxidi, the only FDA-approved medication for female hair loss, is available over-the-counter in 2 and 5 percent formulas. This is highly approved for women but on a lower dose. You could massage it into your scalp twice a day. In a period of six months time, you should notice re-growth. The result lasts as long as you use it!
Spironolactone and finasteride are anti- androgen medications that can be prescribed off-label to postmenopausal women. These drugs can cause birth defects, so they are not given to women of childbearing age. Around 50 percent of women with female pattern hair loss are likely see re-growth.
During a hair transplant treatment, hair is removed from one part of the scalp and then implanted on the spot where more thinning is observed. Tiny “follicular units” of two to four hairs are transplanted. The transplant is 80% successful and it is observed that 50% of women around the world get a hair transplant to avoid further hair loss.
Fullmore is a tinted spray that temporarily thickens hair with tiny fibers and conceals visible scalp. For many women this can be the only fix they require. Pantene AgeDefy Advanced Thickening Treatment is a styling spray that plumps each hair fiber. It is said to increase the diameter of individual hair significantly, by about 10 percent.
Also to stimulate hair growth many doctors advise to use platelet-rich plasma (PRP). When separated from a patient’s own blood, platelets release growth factors, which are then injected into the scalp to stimulate the hair shafts.

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