I am 28 and starting to face hair loss problem.

asiafrenz

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u say oily then use shampoo that get rid and control oily scalp loh, this is a first step
 

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The advantage ish. U save $$$$$
No need shampoo and no need ghost barber. :(


Think the bright side, bro. :(
 

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So fast? :eek: what's ur diet like? buibui?
 

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face hair? you mean your beard is thinning?
 

vasilli07

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Got use a lot of hair styling products?
 

amekago

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bro, i think hair is chu dia (注定) one lah, plenty of smokers got thick black hair until 40 plus

but come to think of it, in my army time, the 2 guys with receding hairline were smokers, so may have some link, u quit smoking see how?

or try wat DDT blocker or what shyte? heard got use but got side effects
 

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- propecia (got side effects)
- minoxodil
- use proper shampoo
- avoid or use less styling products
 

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There's only two types of truly clinical proven medication for hair loss. And neither solves the entire problem.

Propecia: This pill, taken daily, controls the substance in your scalp that causes hair to thin. It doesn't grow hair. And, erm, said to have effects on your testosterone....

Minoxidil: This is a spray, usually 5 percent for guys. Proven to reduce hair loss or encourage growth.

And that's about it. Each would cause you lesser than a hundred each month. Problem is once you stop, the hair loss returns within months.

There are also all these "clinically proven" methods offered by salons. I wouldn't slam them but if you dig online, you would discover a lot of these clinical tests are suspect. For eg, various substances claimed by Loreal to be clinically proven are only tested by themselves.
 
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