The Deal with a Receding Hairline

How to Stop It and Grow Hair Back

Some forms of hair loss are quite common for both men and women. This includes the hairline moving slightly higher than the forehead as a person grows older. A receding hairline affects both genders, but it is more prevalent in men which typically happens around the age of 17 and 29 and it is usually caused by a combination of genetics and aging.

There are clear distinctions to determine a receding hairline. There are also different ways to manage it. While most people let aging take its course, we believe in saving one’s hair for its numerous benefits, especially as this kind of hair loss can be prevented and reversed.

 

The Signs and Symptoms of a Receding Hairline

It can start at any time after the end of puberty. While it does not follow a single pattern, it can, however, be spotted in a few ways. One telltale example is when you lose more hair than usual. It is normal to lose a few strands daily, but losing more than usual, like over 100 strands, for example, could mean hair loss. 

It does also differ for men and women.

In women, the usual symptom is often referred to as a “widow’s peak”. This is where the hair in the middle may stay closer to the forehead and a V-shape pattern forms in the middle of the head. Typically, the sides and back are often spared. But there are cases when the part widens over the top of the scalp and thins out considerably.

In men, it usually starts above the temples. The hairline moves back across the top of the head, leaving a ring of hair around the top of a bare scalp. For some, thinning hair may continue to grow on top of the head. For others, the sides and back of the head can become bare in the long run. Most are often left with a little amount of hair unless they have chosen to shave them off entirely.

 

Possible Causes of a Receding Hairline

Cases of hair loss happen when the hair follicles are damaged for any number of reasons. But often, this happens because there is an underlying medical condition or treatment that disrupts the hair’s natural growth cycle.

Here are some of the more common causes:

 

Age

  • Hair loss is but a part of life, and people shed more hair as they age. Most men already have a receding hairline by the time they approach their late 30’s. And according to the Journal of Investigative Dermatology, around 80 percent of European men will already experience it when they reach 80 years of age.

 

Family History

  • Heredity plays a part in determining whether one will lose their hair or have a receding hairline. Such is the case due to the sensitivity of certain male hormones (known as DHT). Its timing and pattern may also be similar from one generation to the next.

 

Hormonal Changes

  • Hormonal changes are possible culprits for both men and women. As is the case with family history, a hormone known as dihydrotestosterone causes the follicles to shrink to the point of permanent hair loss (also referred to as male or female pattern baldness). Menopause, while the hairline does not necessarily change, is also a cause of hair loss for women.

 

Medication or Treatments

  • There are some medical procedures or treatments that cause hair loss such as chemotherapy. Some medications can also cause a person’s hair to fall out. Examples of these are antidepressants, birth control pills, non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs (NSAIDs), and more.

 

Illness or Stress

  • Physical or emotional shocks, such as extreme stress (like traumas, accidents, or death to a family member) or illness (like high fever), can cause a temporary disruption to the hair’s growth cycle. Fortunately, this kind of hair loss can be reversed without treatment. However, it could take around 6 to 9 months before hair grows back to its normal state and volume.

 

Lifestyle Choices

  • A person’s particular lifestyle and overall health also affect hair growth and loss. These choices could range from hair styling and grooming (such as heat and chemical treatments) to smoking and alcoholism, etc. There is also a link between a person’s diet and receding hairlines. People who lack nutrients like protein may lose more hair than those who eat nutrient-rich diets.

 

How and Why a Receding Hairline Should be Diagnosed

Because there are many reasons for hair loss, it is essential to get an expert diagnosis from a doctor or dermatologist to pinpoint the factors that are causing it. The moment one notices excessive hair shedding, especially if it is sudden or falling out in patches, they should seek medical attention immediately.

Hair loss is diagnosed by determining one’s family medical history. Doctors also perform a “pull test” wherein a few hairs will be gently pulled to see how many fall out or how easily they fall out. A biopsy of scalp tissue or hairs can also be done to check for the possibility of a scalp infection or disease. A blood test may even be done to look for conditions such as thyroid disease as a contributor to hair loss.

 

The Different Ways to Manage a Receding Hairline

While there is no outright or specific cure for it, there are many treatments and health changes that can be done to help manage it.

Here are some ways to manage this condition:

 

Adapting to a Healthier Lifestyle

  • As mentioned, nutrient deficiencies can contribute to hair loss. It is vital to get a daily dose of nutrients such as vitamin A, vitamin B-12, vitamin E, iron, and zinc. These are essential for healthy hair growth. A diet rich in antioxidants also helps by fighting off oxidative stress that causes hair to age. Eating more blueberries, spinach, kidney beans, and walnuts can help.

 

Using Medication and Treatments

  • The most popular OTC medication for hair loss is minoxidil (also goes by Rogaine). It is a topical solution that supposedly promotes hair growth with continued use for several months. However, its effects are not permanent, and using this comes with its share of drawbacks.
  • For men, there is a prescription oral drug called Finasteride (or Propecia) which has been found to promote scalp hair growth and stop hair loss as it lowers the hormone levels that can cause your hairline to recede. It still lacks sufficient evidence, however, and has some side effects.
  • There is also the option of going for hair restorative surgeries. These involve transplanting hair follicles into areas where hair has ceased to grow. This can be expensive, however, and one is at risk for scarring.

 

The All-Natural Solution to A Receding Hairline

There is also an all-natural solution to this hair woe – one without risks or major changes involved. The hair products one uses are not something that should be taken lightly. These also hold power over the look and health of one’s strands. It is always recommended to opt for ones that are natural, vegan, and loaded with potent nutrients.

The search for those products has already past because they are right here. Our team of scientists has worked vigorously in our laboratory in Denmark to develop a simple 3-step solution to hair loss. We call this specially trademarked concoction our Bio-Pixilin routine. This hair care regime has been specifically designed to effectively utilize the formula’s properties and facilitate natural hair regrowth. 

Created for both men and women, our set is made up of the Hair Strength Shampoo, the Hair Recovery Conditioner, and the Hair Growth Serum. All these are safe and suitable to use for all hair types, treated or colored hair, and even for those with the most sensitive scalps. They are also free from sulfate, silicones, or parabens.

 

They contain active ingredients that are carefully selected and meticulously studied to ensure their hair benefits and actual efficacy. Some of these ingredients include Curcuma Longa Callus Conditioned Media, Aloe Barbadensis Leaf Extract, Biotin, and many others. 

All of what goes in these products have been scientifically tested to prove effective in regenerating hair by increasing activity in the follicles. We have also fully disclosed and openly broken down the science behind these ingredients here and have detailed the rest of the hair conditioner’s natural ingredients here.

When all three products are used in tandem and applied continuously, their effects on hair growth, density, and strength are evident within 150 days. This routine has a 92 percent satisfaction rate, with its user reporting reinvigorated results for their hair.

If no effects are seen within this period, we offer a money-back guarantee. This is how confident we are with our products, and we only aspire to bring you the best that nature and science can offer. 

The effective, all-natural yet science-backed remedy to receding hairlines and hair loss is here. When committed to our 3-step routine and dedicated to their health and wellness, one should reap the full benefits of our products and have healthy, voluminous, and radiant hair in no time.

Written by Anne Reyes

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