Baldness in men is a truly horrifying and painful experience for any man that loves their locks. Some people are handed a really poor deck of cards and early onset baldness can kick in from as young as 20 years old. For other men who face pattern baldness, this can come at a later stage in their life but one thing is for sure, there is no goo for bad time for baldness to take place.
For many years, scientists have been searching for ways to treat and reduce the effects of baldness, sadly to no avail but there are some options for you if you are going bald, let’s take a look.
The first option that you have is to simply embrace your new look, shave your head and keep it that way. This will depend on many factors such as how much money you have, what desire you have to seek solutions to your problem and, how you look with a shaven head. If you are going to avoid one of those ‘denial’ hair cuts, you need to not only shave your head, but try growing a beard to help your overall look. Baldness with a beard can look very stylish.
One procedure which can really help anyone who is going bald, is to have a hair transplant. Usually the surgeon will cut out a piece from the back of your head, and then use those follicles in the areas of your head where the baldness is taking place, this is referred to as a FUE hair transplant. This treatment used to be quite a difficult procedure but thanks to advancements in medicine and research, the transplant these days is very simple. FUE hair transplant cost depends on how many follicles you need or, how bald you are but you could have this procedure done for as little as £3,000.
There are some solutions which you can use to treat your baldness but only two have been approved for use by the FDA. The first treatment option is Rogaine, a solution which is rubbed directly on to the scalp to encourage follicle regeneration and hair growth. The second treatment which has been approved by the authorities, is Propecia which are tablets that do a similar thing to Rogaine. These treatments should only be given based on your doctor’s advice and you should be aware that success rates are very low.
If you can’t afford hair transplant surgery, perhaps you could afford to invest in a wig. Unlike in days gone by, wigs these days are very high quality and can really give you a confidence boost. If you have a hair piece put on at the hair stylist, you will be able to get a much better finish and more natural look, try to avoid picking up a wig which you put on yourself as it is likely that it will not look very natural.
Going bald just isn’t fair, but there are options for you to either embrace, or fix this problem.