Nov 18 2012
Many people suffer from hair loss do not want to use the farm products and medicines that are currently the best available treatment options. They may have tried a variety of treatments, but they did not find work or perhaps suffered unpleasant side effects. What options are left for them, especially if they do not want to consider surgery? There are a number of solutions available, but the final decision will be strongly influenced by the amount of thinning that needs to be covered.
Hair cosmetic – this may include anything from hair thickening/volumizing products stains and fibers that blends with the hair. Once again, these solutions only work if really the area of scalp to cover is minimal.
Creative style – it is perhaps the easiest option, but its success depends on the extent to your hair loss has progressed. Light bats can easily be carefully camouflaged by grooming, but attempts to cover large bald spots can be ridiculous. One option for men with extensive thinning is to shave his head completely, but it is not for everyone.
Cover heads – considered by many as a last resort, wigs and hair offers a new option. Once an object of derision, hair have improved beyond recognition in recent years, although the price you are willing to pay will determine the realism of the final result. Wigs come in all shapes and sizes and can be made from real or synthetic hair, but be warned the best of them are very expensive.
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