Hair Loss Treatments For Men
Male Hair Loss & Baldness Treatments That Work
Men who suffer from hair loss, thinning hair or balding, often ask us whether they can regrow their hair. While each individual case is different, we do offer professional hair loss treatments in Nottingham that can help.
We are experiencing some great results with professional Wella hair regrowth serums containing Minoxidil which can reverse the miniaturisation of hair follicles, increase blood flow around the follicles, and stimulate hair follicle movement to encourage your hair to grow.
Book a hair regrowth consultation at Jacks & Buckley in Nottingham today by calling 0115 950 1700.
Microneedling For Hair Regrowth
Microneedling at Jacks & Buckley Salon in Nottingham is also effective in regenerating the hair follicles and is particularly good at stimulating hair growth when combined with topical medications such as Minoxidil treatments. Research has shown that hair loss clients - including sufferers of alopecia - experience an increase in hair density, thickness, and an improvement in the quality of hair regrowth.
Microneedling works by sending a series of mechanically controlled micro fine pin-prick injuries into the skin. These fine needles are guided over the scalp, rotating and penetrating into the dermis to stimulate growth factors that promote the healing process. It is these growth factors that also promote hair growth. Microneedling may also be effective in stimulating new stem cells to grow - to again encourage hair growth.
Talk to our men's hair loss experts at Jacks & Buckley Salon in Nottingham so we can help. The earlier you get in touch, the greater the chance of improving the appearance of your hairline. Please note: You may experience a little redness and tenderness with microneedling but this does not last long.
As we say, each individual is different and it takes, on average, up to 25 years for a man to go completely bald. Once you hit 30 there is a 25% likelihood of losing some hair. and by 50 around half of men have noticeable hair loss.
There are also many causes of hair loss in both men and women. Stress, a poor diet, hormonal changes, autoimmune diseases and thyroid disorders can all lead to hair loss. You may also have a genetic predisposition to thinning hair, with can inherited from both sides of your family.
Male Pattern Baldness & A Receding Hairline
The most common male hair loss is male pattern baldness which affects 6.5 million men in the UK. Male pattern baldness is usually inherited and caused by oversensitive hair follicles. The hair loss usually stars with a receding hairline. Your hair will then thin on top and around the temples into a horseshoe shape. Treatments can slow down the process of male pattern baldness.
According to the NHS website, finasteride and minoxidil are the main treatments for male pattern baldness. Minoxidil can also be used to treat female pattern baldness. Women should not use finasteride.