Hair Loss Cures
Either that statement was conceived to convince the world that hair loss is an acceptable occurrence, or that statement was conceived to convince the balding person that there is life after hair. Either way, the fact that the statement seeks to reassure presupposes an existing insecurity in the first place.
But here’s the question that really counts: given the choice, would people simply accept the fact that their hairline is receding?
If your answer is yes, why is there a great demand for hair loss cures in this day and age? Just take a look at the ads on your local newspapers. Better yet, notice all those banners in many websites dedicated to beauty regimens? Chances are, they will be populated by products boasting to be hair loss cures.
Hair loss has previously been considered as incurable. Many have come to accept that baldness is a gift (or curse) of heredity, and a handing of fate. Once you start losing hair, it would be better to open yourself to the prospects of baldness.
Recent advancements, however, have provided some verifiable hair loss cures for the many people who find themselves suffering from disappearing hair follicles.
The first of these cures to be made available to the market is Propecia. Propecia is the first pill that was approved by the Food and Drug Authority (FDA). It is made of Finasteride which converts testosterone into Dihydrotestosterone, or DHT. DHT is the hormone responsible for stimulating hair growth. Unfortunately, since Finasteride works with testosterone, Propecia is only effective for males.
Minoxidil, which was previously a drug used against hypertension, has been discovered to contain properties that open up the potassium channels in the hair follicles, hence stimulating hair growth. It has since been packaged under the name of Rogaine.
There are more recent discoveries, as well. Tricomin, for example, is a non-drug alternative that makes use of copper to invigorate the regeneration of the hair follicles. Dutasteride is a commercially distributed medication that inhibits the known causes of Alopecia. However, Dutasteride is also known to be a strong trigger for a variety of allergies.
Hair loss cures may abound, but not every offering would be best for us. They are as varied as our preferences and our needs. But there is a universal cure for Alopecia that would not cost you a single cent.
It’s called confidence.
And this confidence should come from an earnest belief that who you are and what you could be are not determined by your hairstyle. They will be determined by your heart.