Hair loss in your 40’s is relatively common and can be attributed to various factors including genetics, hormonal changes, stress and lifestyle habits. It’s a natural part of aging for many people, but there are treatments and strategies available to help manage it, such as medications, topical treatments, and lifestyle adjustments. Consulting with a healthcare professional or dermatologist can provide personalized advice and options tailored to your specific situation.
I will share my experiences with hair loss, the treatments I’ve been using and an honest review on my progress in achieving thicker hair. With so many products and procedures on the market, it’s hard to tell what works and what’s a waste of your money.
Here are some of my favorite products. Of course I did my research before I bought anything and the ones I purchased had the best reviews and testimonies.
Looking back at photos from my younger self, I did notice that I’ve had thinning hair around my hairline for some years now. However, this past year I noticed the most hair loss.
When I noticed my hair thinning so much around my hairline, I became very depressed and stressed out. It was really uncomfortable to wear my hair up or slicked back at all. I did some more research and discovered this product Toppik which covers up any bald spots with the micro fibers and color to match your hair.
Toppik isn’t for hair growth but does a good job to cover any areas where there is thinning hair.
At the moment I have been using 4 products in total and plans for a hair transplant if I don’t get the results I am hoping for. In my search I discovered Spoiled Child. It’s a very neat air compressed bottle that keeps the air out. I do about two sprays on each area. I noticed hair growth at the 3rd week of using it every night. In this formula the key ingredients include Biotin + Niacinamide + Rosemary Oil.
WEEM hair vitamins were at the top of the list when I was looking for supplements to help with my hair goals. These tasty bunny gummies are known to be some of the best vitamins that contain biotin to help with nails, skin and hair.
Something new I decided to try is red light therapy to stimulate hair growth. I just started using it, so not sure if it works just yet. I’ve heard many good things about red light therapy. Now it’s for me to find out for myself. Once I try it long enough to see results I will share my experience. The name of the at home red light set up is “Portable High Frequency“.
We always save the best for last. I am sticking to my current routine for hair growth on my balding areas. If I feel I’m not getting the results within a reasonable time span, I will follow through with a hair transplant. I’ve scheduled a few consults with highly recommend doctors and I think I found just the right one. Dr. Jae Pak is known to be the best with hair restoration and an office in Beverly Hills. The results his patients get are simply amazing and look so natural.
I hope you’ve enjoyed this post and found it helpful if you are experiencing hair thinning or hair loss.
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