Male & Female Receding Hairlines
A majority of hair loss along the hairline is related to Androgenic alopecia. It can also be the result of hormonal changes, medical conditions, or ageing. This is a gradual process which starts in the form of follicle miniaturization. External factors like over-use of hats, stress, or medication can all contribute to balding but the most common causes are hormonal in nature. A strong early indicator of hair loss is family history.
Is Hair Loss Reversible?
Hair doesn’t just fall out one day. Hair grows from individual follicles which are found under the skin. These hair follicles go through a process called miniaturization which is commonly referred to as hair thinning or balding. This process, which most commonly affects men, gradually sees each hair follicle become more narrow, making it harder for the hairs to pierce the skin and continue to grow.