The Truth Regarding The Hair Loss Industry

Hereditary hair loss is medically known as androgenetic alopecia and it affects both sexes. The condition is more likely to be seen on men and the growth of the hair loss industry is evidence that there is a big problem regarding the condition. With this, men’s anxiety grows more and more because of their fear of acquiring the condition. The hair loss industry is now estimated to have a total market value of £1.5 billion yearly. The industry specializes in addressing the condition of millions of males and they are getting more and more persuasive when it comes to convincing male consumers to spend more on these products.

If you try to do a search online, you might be overwhelmed with the options that are presented as search results. There are many products that promise to help solve the problem of baldness including herbal medicines, restorative shampoos, surgical procedures, nanofibre sprays that are meant for coloring in the existing bald patches, magic foams, and fancy hair accessories. There are products that work in a way that the baldness will not be as obvious as before but the result is not uniform in all cases. What works for one person might not be the same for another. If you look at the different websites to check which ones are best for you, the opinions and ratings are contradicting which makes decision making more confusing.

According to Spencer Stevenson, he started to notice his hair was thinning out when he was still young and he has been public about his journey ever since. In search for treatment, he has spent £40,000 which includes 11 hair transplants, not all of them are up to par. After experiencing a lot of trauma, he decided to become a vocal mentor for other people who are suffering from the condition. He is vocal about the fact that many companies in the hair loss industry are only after the profit and does not have the consumer’s interest at the center.

If you want to learn more about this condition, check out this great post about male pattern baldness.

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