Before we begin, it is normal to lose some hair – as much as about a hundred strands per day. But if you’ve noticed a thinning crown or a receding hairline, then the cause of hair loss could be something other than physiological. If you are panicking about your thinning hair, don’t. Here are the best ways to grow your mane to healthy volumes again.
1. HAIR GROWTH SUPPLEMENTS AND SERUMS
Hair growth medicine are often the first used by doctors to combat hair loss. The hair recovery serum containing Minoxidil is applied to the scalp to stimulate hair growth by increasing the growing phase (anagen phase) of the hair cycle.
Stress, poor nutrition and other factors can lead to breakage and premature shedding. Dietary hair supplements supply important nutrients to hair follicles to promote existing hair growth. Hair supplements such as Viviscal are considered one of the better hair supplements, sold exclusively in medical clinics. It works also by increasing anagen phase and results can be noticed in as little as 3 or 4 months.
2. HAIR BIOSTIMULATION LASERS
Low-level laser light therapy (LLLT) for hair emits painless light in a specific wavelength, Revage 670 Laser System uses Rotational PhotoTherapy (RPT), containing 30 laser diodes which rotate 180 degrees around the scalp, increasing bloodflow and nourishing hair follicles. Compared to home devices, RPT is dynamic and allows more interaction of laser energy with hair follicles, making it more effective.
3. HAIR FOLLICLE UNIT REGENERATION THERAPY
Nature’s secret. We all know that healthy hair follicles produce thick and healthy hair shafts. Kera-clone is a novel hair follicle regeneration therapy that borrows healthy hair follicle units to stimulate hair growth in areas of thinning hair. Unlike the hair transplant which requires entire follicles to be transplanted from one area to another area whole, this new technique borrows a very small number of follicular units instead. Think of it as giving your dying planter organic fertilizer, reviving miniaturized hair and increasing hair density.