Male Pattern Hair Loss
The term ‘male pattern baldness’ is the generic name for natural hair loss experienced by men and can be fully camouflaged using advanced Scalp Micro Pigmentation techniques.
About 85% of men will have major hair thinning by the time they’re 50. Some MEN Start to lose theirs before they turn 21.
What Causes It?
Almost all hair loss in MEN results from male-pattern baldness, a genetic trait that comes from your parents. Other causes include certain medications, too much vitamin A, or not enough protein. Illness or stress can lead to sudden, heavy shedding called telogen effluvium. Good news, though: Hair loss that isn’t from male-pattern baldness often reverses itself.
Male Pattern Baldness is the most common form of hair loss in case of men. In this condition, the hair loss usually begins with a receding frontal hairline at both the corners in a U-shaped or M-shaped pattern. It can also begin from the vertex of the scalp.