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Top 5 Products for Hair Loss

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Hair loss is an affliction faced by millions and it can unfortunately create a huge dent in a sufferer’s confidence. However, if you are experiencing hair loss, there are now more ways than ever to deal with it. Hair restoration surgery, medical advancements and exciting new technologies offer more possibilities than ever before. Continue reading to find out more about hair restoration products available today.

1. Hair Restoration Surgery - The Only Permanent Solution for Hair Loss

Keep in mind that the only permanent solution to hair loss is not a hair restoration product at all but surgical hair transplantation. Hair restoration surgery is not a decision to be taken lightly and requires considerable research and time to make the best decisions for you. If you are interested in hair restoration surgery, start by researching highly-recommended physicians through associations such as the International Society of Hair Restoration Surgery (ISHRS) or the International Alliance of Hair Restoration Surgeons (IAHRS).

2. Hair Loss Concealers and Hair Replacement Systems

There are a number of products on the market today which help you conceal the appearance of hair loss. These hair restoration products can be found in the form of hair fibers and other concealer products by companies such as Toppik and Nanogen. Though such concealers are not a permanent solution to hair loss, they offer a relatively inexpensive way of improving the appearance of density when needed most. Nanogen has even created a line of water-resistant products which allow you to feel confident working out or even on the beach.

Hair replacement systems are also widely available and have come a long way in recent years. There is a variety of options available for those wishing to conceal their hair loss, such as toupees, extensions or wigs. However, it is important to note that hair replacement systems are not a permanent hair restoration option and often require significant upkeep or even replacement.

3. Medical Therapies

Medical therapies are a form of hair restoration products which can help slow down or prevent further hair loss and may even re-grow hair in some individuals. The two best known medical therapies are Rogaine and Propecia. Rogaine is available over-the-counter and is a topical solution that comes as either a liquid or foam and is applied directly to your scalp. It is most effective for those with hair loss in the crown and those under age 40. Propecia is a medication that is prescribed by your doctor and taken orally. It is usually taken once a day and, like Rogaine, works best on young men with hair loss in the crown. Propecia is the most universally effective medical therapy out there for hair loss. Propecia should never be taken or handled by women or children.

4. Other Hair loss Products

When experiencing hair loss, it is important to be mindful of the products you use on your hair and scalp. It is important to avoid shampoos and hair care products with harsh ingredients, such as the sodium lauryl sulfate found in many shampoos on the market today. Hair Cycle is physician-formulated line created specifically with hair loss and hair transplant patients in mind. They have a full line, including shampoo, conditioner, volume hair spray, texture gel, post-biotin spray and post-surgical gel. These products are as gentle as baby shampoo yet effective enough for adult use. Hair Cycle products can be purchased online at the Hair Cycle Store.

5. Hair Multiplication and Hair Cloning

This could have been easily on top of the list only if it was working, There is a lot of research by many physicians around the world but there is no real progress to date.

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Great article to read. Thanks! I've read that "On average, we lose fifty to a hundred hairs a day," according to Francesca Fusco, MD, a New York City dermatologist who specializes in hair loss. Though she said that's a normal cycle. One thing that could scare a lot of people is that hair loss may be a sign of a more serious medical condition that needs an evaluation by a dermatologist and possible treatment.

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