Hair loss will affect the majority of people at some point in their lives. It not only becomes more common with age (40% of 40-year-olds, 50% at 50) but makes us look older than we are, no matter what our age is. If you are fortunate you won’t be affected, but someone close to you will be.
It has always been a problem and a concern. The first record of a physician writing a prescription to a patient was for a remedy to grow hair, 2000 years ago (it didn’t work and is no longer on the market). Today, there are still “lotions and potions”, but also new treatments that are proven to work. To understand how we can solve the problem, we will start by explaining the cause and nature of hair loss. With knowledge comes the power to solve the problem.