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Male Pattern Baldness

Male pattern baldness (also known as androgenic alopecia or alopecia androgenetica) is a type of hairloss which occurs when there is an underlying susceptibility of hair follicles to androgenic miniaturization. This is a very common cause of hair loss which affects a number of men (more than women) at some point in their lives. The hair line begins to decline typically at the temples and vertex balding, although for women their hairs generally begin to thin over the top of their scalps.  The male pattern baldness has an effect on more than 80% of men over the age of 40 or even younger at a point in their lives. Most men effected with this find it normal and do not see the...

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Causes of Hair Loss

There are various types of hair loss, while each of them has numerous causes. We select a number of common causes, and we would like to give you a better understanding. Genetics             Almost everyone will notice hair loss or hair thinning as they enter their middle age. However, up to 40% of us will experience a more obvious, or faster form of this condition, and this is known as Hereditary-Pattern Baldness. Recently we have begun to understand more about mechanism of this type of hair loss: Hair growth cycle was changed under the influence of testosterone, which results in shorter or thinner hair. Hair growth in certain areas of the scalp will stop eventually, and  causes this typical pattern of...

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Who Uses Hair Building Fiber?

All sorts of people use KeraFiber for all sorts of reasons. There are many different treatments available for people suffering from hair loss and natural balding; this can include surgical procedures as well as natural treatments like hair building fiber. Natural hair fiber treatments are highly effective as they are made from keratin proteins – the same proteins found in your natural hair. Natural Hair Loss People who suffer from natural hair loss can benefit from hair fiber as this will allow them to instantly have more volume and a thicker, more natural looking head of hair. Natural hair loss, or involutional alopecia, is not uncommon, especially in elderly people as hair can start to thin out as they advance in...

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