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Hair Loss

Hair loss in men is an incredibly common condition – one that affects around 6.5 million men in the UK. However, despite this, male pattern baldness and general hair loss can be a distressing and difficult process to come to terms with, especially if it is occurring at a younger age.
Many will be relieved to hear that with the correct combination of oral and topical treatment, hair loss in men is a treatable condition. Baldness can be stopped, or even reversed in some cases. Treatments include medications such as Finasteride and Propecia, alongside a variety of shampoos, foams, and solutions.
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  • Propecia 1mg for hair loss


    Highly effective treatment in preventing further hair loss and increasing hair growth in men

    From: £45.00 From £45.00 
  • Finasteride 1mg to treat male pattern baldness in men

    Finasteride 1mg

    Finasteride is a cheaper generic alternative to propecia to treat  hair loss in men.

    From: £15.99 From £15.99 
  • Hairfollic for him for hair loss

    Hairfollic Him advanced

    Hairfollic by Vitabiotic is a balanced combination of vitamins, minerals and bio-active nutrients

  • Alpecin Double effect

    Alpecin Double Effect

    Helps hair feel stronger & reduces dandruff

  • Alpecin Caffeine liquid

    Alpecin Liquid

    Daily leave-on tonic for all hair and scalp types

  • Alpecin shampoo for hair loss

    Alpecin Shampoo

    Effective topical treatment that stimulates growth at the hair follicles

  • Nizorel shampoo for dandruff

    Nizoral Shampoo

    Fast relief from itching and flaking

  • regaine foam

    Regain Foam for Men

    Scientifically Proven To Help Stop Hereditary Hair Loss

  • regaine for men to treat hair loss or male pattern baldness

    Regaine Solution for Men 60ml

    Effective topical Hair loss treatment for Men


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What is hair loss?

Hair loss can take many forms. In men, hair loss is often a hereditary condition (also known as androgenic alopecia or male pattern hair loss) but can also be caused by other medical conditions such as alopecia (either full hair loss in the form of alopecia totalis or alopecia universalis, or partial hair loss as a result of alopecia areata) or stress.

When hair loss is hereditary, the hair usually begins to thin first at the hairline, crown, or temples. This is due to the sensitivity of the hair follicles – the growth phase of the hair cycle decreases, resulting in hair not growing back as it should. This pattern of balding affects around half of the male population by the time they reach the age of 50.

Hair loss in men is usually hereditary hair loss as a result of ageing. However, hair loss can also have other causes that people may not be aware of. This includes issues such as the following:
• Underlying illnesses
• Genetics
• Stress
• Anaemia
• Fungal infections
• Ageing

The treatments for hair loss vary depending on your preferences and circumstances.

One of the available options is taking medications to help with the hair loss, for example, you can choose to try the medication such as finasteride or propecia in 1mg tablets. Both of these tablets contain finasteride, which belongs to a group of medications called 5-alpha reductase inhibitors. This works to lower the level of the hormone DHT (dihydrotestosterone), which causes a decrease in the growth stage of the hair cycle. These tablets are prescribed specifically for male pattern hair loss.

There are also a number of products for external use that you can try. These include products such as alpecin shampoo, alpecin liquid, alpecin double effect, hairfollic for Him (by Vitabiotic), regaine Foam for men and regaine solution for men.

It is important that treatment for hair loss – particularly hereditary hair loss – is continued, otherwise, the progress made through the treatment will likely be lost within a 6-12 month period. Progress generally becomes visible after a 4-6 month period of treatment.