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For a lot of guys, hair loss starts earlier than they would have ever expected—in fact two out of three guys will experience some form of hair loss by the time they’re 35. Many men first notice thinning hair or a receding hairline. Once hair loss starts, it does not stop or reverse without medical treatment.learn more
Source: American Academy of Dermatologists
Male pattern baldness, also known as androgenetic alopecia, is the most common cause of hair loss in men. Genetics are the biggest factor in how susceptible you are to hair loss. So, if members of your family have a receding hairline or thinning hair, there’s a good chance you’ll experience hair loss and thinning hair as well.learn more
Source: American Hair Loss Association
Luckily, there are two FDA-approved treatments that are clinically proven to stop hair loss and even increase hair growth. Depending on the type of hair loss you’re experiencing, your doctor may recommend one—or both—treatments. If you’re susceptible to dandruff, your doctor may also recommend a prescription shampoo which can also help as a hair loss treatment.get started
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