Category: Baldness Cures

Is there a cure for baldness? It’s a question we get asked a lot, and one that we have answered many times in this Baldness Cures section. Of course, it’s not one where we can provide a straightforward answer. There is both a yes and a no answer, and in truth it all depends on the issue that you have, as well as genetics and a number of other factors.

To learn more about this, just browse the many baldness cures articles below. All of these have been written by the expert writers at Hair Growth Pills. These include scientists that specialize in human hair, as well as freelancers who have done their research and have spoken with doctors and experts. Hair Growth Pills is not just another content site, it is a site that can truly help you with your problem, and the best example of this unique perspective can be seen in these articles.

Follinique Hair Growth Treatment (Scam or Not?)

Follinique Hair Growth Treatment (Scam or Not?)

Follinique Hair Growth Treatment

There are a number of effective hair growth treatments out there, but there are just as many ineffective ones. Sorting the wheat from the chaff is no easy job, but that’s what we’re here from and one of the recent products to come on our radar is Follinique Hair Growth Treatment. This has been hailed as everything from a miracle baldness cure to a waste of time, a scam, and an expensive bottle of snake oil.

So, just which one of those is true? In this guide we aim to find out, answering the following questions and more:

  • What is Follinique Hair Growth Treatment?
  • Does Follinique Hair Growth Treatment Work?
  • What are Follinique Ingredients?
  • Where Can I Buy Follinique Hair Growth Treatment?

So, without any further ado, let’s get to it, answering the questions that you’ve been putting to us ever since this product hit the shelves.

What is Follinique Hair Growth Treatment?

Follinique Hair Growth Treatment is a shampoo created by Follinique, a brand that has released many different hair care products on the market. It is a hair regrowth formula that comes in the form of a drip bottle. You apply the formula to your scalp, you massage it in, leave it in and then wash it out when the label advises.

Basically, you do exactly what you would do with Minoxidil, and that’s not by chance, as we shall discover.

Does Follinique Hair Growth Treatment Work?

Does Follinique Hair Growth Treatment Work?

This shampoo contains Minoxidil at a concentration of 2%, and because we know Minoxidil works we can also be fairly certain as to the effectiveness of Follinique. The question is not really does it work, because based on the ingredients it should. The question is, “Are the other ingredients effective enough to make this a worthwhile product or should I just buy Minoxidil?”. It’s something that we also addressed in our Keranique Hair Regrowth Treatment article and one that often crops up with products like this.

So, what is the truth? Well, as far as we can gather, Follinique Hair Growth Treatment is not a scam, contrary to what many reviewers might suggest. However, you probably will be better off with a genuine Minoxidil formula and there are many reasons for that.

Firstly, they are much cheaper. You’re not paying for extra ingredients and you’re not paying for big branding either. As a result, you can stock-up on enough generic Minoxidil formula to get you through a full treatment, as opposed to the few weeks that you could get for the same price with Follinique Hair Growth Treatment.

There is another issue as well, and it all comes down to those added ingredients. As we have learned from WEN Hair Growth formulas, sometimes these extra ingredients can be harmful, as well as expensive. So, not only are you paying extra for ingredients that are at best less potent and at worst useless, but they may also be harmful.

We’re not in the business of dismissing products altogether, but we have a little personal experience with this one, as you can see with our Follinique reviews further down.

Follinique Hair Growth Treatment Ingredients

Follinique Hair Growth Treatment Ingredients

There are no Follinique Hair Growth Treatment ingredients listed anywhere. The only thing they claim is that it contains Minoxidil, but it does contain other ingredients and if the advertising is to be believed, then there is much more than Minoxidil at play here.

The lack of clarity with regards to the ingredients is not the only problem either. One of the main issues we have with this protect is that it has been pulled from sale on Amazon and other retailers. You can still purchase many other Follinique products on Amazon, but Follinique Hair Growth Treatment is very hard to find right now. We know this wasn’t the case just a few months ago, so we can’t say what happened in the meantime, but something clearly did.

We wouldn’t go as far as to say that Follinique was a scam based on this, but we would advise caution. There is a chance that it was pulled because it caused problems. That might not be the case and there may just be a stock issue or a licensing issue, but either way caution should be advised and we would recommend that you avoid buying this product until there is some clarity on this issue.

Where to Buy Follinique Hair Growth Treatment

Buy Follinique Hair Growth Treatment

As mentioned above, Follinique has been pulled from many top retailers at the time of writing. You used to be able to buy it on Amazon, but that is no longer the case. In fact, we can’t actually find many places that do sell it. You might be able to find it in a local pharmacy or beauty shop, but we would recommend you ask the people behind the counter if there are any issues with the product.

Follinique Reviews

So, what did our writers and editors think of Follinique Hair Growth Treatment? Well, for one, it seemed to work. There was a noticeable increase in hair growth and a limit in hair loss and this applied to both testers, one a female with little hair loss and another a male with significant hair loss.

However, both of these testers had used generic Minoxidil formulas before and they reported that the results were no different. In fact, in the case of the male tester, the results were said to be less effective, although we were unable to confirm this with actual pictures or measurements.

This pretty much backs up what we said above: Follinique Hair Growth Treatment may be effective, but only because it contains Minoxidil. And when you consider that you’re paying for much more than Minoxidil and exposing yourself to the risks associated with all of these added ingredients, it’s probably not worth it. You would be much better off with a generic formula or even with a brand like Rogaine (also known as Regaine in other countries), which is more or less pure Minoxidil.

Olaplex Treatment: Hair Treatment Reviews and Other Info

Olaplex Treatment: Hair Treatment Reviews and Other Info

Olaplex Hair Treatment

Olaplex hair treatment seems to be a pretty big deal in the beauty industry right now. It is getting a lot of press and it seems that beauty bloggers just can’t shut up about it. We’ve been fairly quiet on that front. But in this article we’re going to offer our opinions on Olaplex treatment, answering the following questions that have been put to us by our readers over the last few weeks:

  • What is Olaplex Hair Treatment?
  • Does Olaplex Work?
  • Is Olaplex Safe?
  • What are the Olaplex Ingredients?

Olaplex Hair Treatment

Olaplex is a revolutionary kind of hair treatment, or at least that’s what the marketing says. And the marketing has done a pretty good job here. They have opted for a very clean and simple look on the label, which is why it has earned the moniker of the “Apple of haircare” amongst our editors and reviewers. This works though and it conveys the the message that this is a premium product, one that is clinically sound, scientifically proven and is definitely not snake oil.

That’s a lot for a simple branding to convey, but trust us, it works. Somehow.

But what about the product itself? Well, there is a good chance you will have heard the hype about Olaplex hair treatment. Much like Wild Hair Growth Oil, it seems to be the “in” thing right now. Everyone is talking about it and there are countless positive reviews out there. A lot of this is, again, down to the marketing of the product and the fact that the company sent out a flood of samples prior to its launch, making sure that all major beauty sites covered it.

To be fair, we’re a little late to the party. Although, that might have something to do with the fact that we never received sample (Olaplex marketers, take not). Still, we have finally gotten around to offering our opinion on Olaplex hair treatment and that’s what this guide is all about.

What Does Olaplex Treatment Do?

Olaplex Treatment

Firstly it’s worth noting that Olaplex treatment is not designed to help you grow hair or to limit hair loss. The goal of this product is to repair damaged hair, which is something that many sufferers of hair loss also struggle with. The stronger your hair is, the less likely it is to fall out or break off, so in a way it can help with hair loss.

It is endorsed by many celebrities, including Kim Kardashian (who admittedly doesn’t have the highest standard when it comes to snoring products). It is available as a kit, known as a “At Home” kit. Inside you will find three bottles, the Olaplex No1, Olaplex No2 and Olaplex No3. These all form part of a three-stage treatment process.

The goal of the Olaplex hair treatment kit is to to strengthen and protect, and it seems to be a pretty good job of this. The problem is, you have to pay for that, and the full kit can set you back a pretty penny. In fact, single bottles of Olaplex No3 are currently selling for around $30, and that’s far from the complete package.

Olaplex Bleach

Olaplex hair treatment is particularly helpful when it comes to protecting hair during a bleaching. It is also said to be very effective at conditioning the hair of people who regularly bleach. That’s because regular bleaching and coloring can damage your hair, weakening it and even causing breakage. By using a product like this you are adding some strength back into it, or at least that’s the theory.

It’s not just for bleached hair though. You can also get some use out of Olaplex treatment if you have thinning hair or hair that has been weakened through certain hairstyles, as discussed on our Causes of Hair Loss in Men and Causes Hair Loss in Women pages.

Olaplex Ingredients

Olaplex Ingredients

Make no mistake about it, Olaplex is not a natural product and the ingredient list makes for some very dull, and occasionally scary, reading. There is nothing here that isn’t FDA approved and there are also plenty of ingredients that you will find in other shampoos. But the fact that it is not a natural product is likely to put many people off.

There are a great number of natural hair loss products on the market. This industry has been led to believe that chemicals used in certain shampoos can actually cause hair loss (something no doubt worsened by scandals such as the WEN Hair Loss case) and while that is not really the case, there may be some truth to it. That’s why companies often go out of their way to make there products natural and to ensure they can label it as such.

Olaplex treatment has not done that, but then again, this is not a hair loss product and there seems to be more of a willingness to accept chemical-containing products in the shampoo and conditioner sector.

You can see a full list of Olaplex ingredients here.

Is Olaplex Safe?

Olaplex treatment should be safe. The only real issue you will face is if you are allergic to the ingredients used. You can see a list of these in the section above, which we advise you check before placing an order. In such cases the symptoms will include skin rashes, itchiness, burns and flaky scalp. Of course, there can also be many more serious conditions, but in all honesty the same applies to most shampoos and conditioners. In regards to safety there is nothing that much different here.

Olaplex Reviews: The Good

Olaplex Reviews

There are many good reviews out there for Olaplex. It received plenty of praise from top beauty sites and bloggers and for the most part, we agree with them. This product works, there is no doubt about that. It is also easy to apply and has a smell that is pleasant. It also works and we noted that our hair really did feel stronger after a few weeks. That’s not the most scientific of tests, but it’s still a positive.

It’s worth noting that we have no affiliation with this product and we weren’t even given any freebies (the travesty!) so we are by no means obliged to give them a positive review. Speaking of which, it isn’t all good. Below we will discuss some Olaplex bad reviews, offering our own opinions about the negative aspects of Olaplex hair treatment.

Olaplex Bad Reviews

One of the issues that we have with this product, and one of the issues that many users have with it, is that it’s very expensive. It is one of the most expensive we have reviewed here on Hair Growth Pills. It is considered to be a premium product and is sold in many top salons and stores. It’s expensive because it can be expensive—it’s all part of the brand.

People know it’s a premium product because of the labelling, the endorsements and the pricing. It helps to maintain that ideal and it also gets them a few extra dollars in their pocket. From the point of view of people who operate on a tight budget, however, it’s just not viable. If you’re used to spending a few dollars on a bottle of shampoo and if you reject the notion of things like Minoxidil because it’s too expensive, then you will likely run a mile when you see the price tag of Olaplex hair treatment.

PRP for Hair Loss (PRP Injection Therapy: Side Effects and Safety)

PRP for Hair Loss (PRP Injection Therapy: Side Effects and Safety)

PRP for Hair Loss

PRP therapy is one of the many hair loss treatments out there, and one that involves what seems like a drastic process. The question is, just how effective is PRP for hair loss, how accessible is it to the average person, and what does it involve? We will answer those questions and more in this PRP therapy for hair loss article.

What is PRP Treatment?

PRP hair loss treatment, or “PRP injection therapy” involves drawing blood from the patient, processing it to enrich it, and then injecting it directly into the scalp. This vampiric process is not for everyone and is a little too morbid for some. However, there is a lot of science to this. There are also many suggestions that it is effective.

The abbreviation “PRP” is used to refer to the blood that is injected in your scalp, as opposed to the treatment itself. It stands for Platelet-Rich Plasma and refers to the enriched blood that is said to stimulate hair follicles, while also ensuring that the blood around those follicles is strong.

In laymen terms, your hair is like a patch of grass. For the most part, it grows well and it grows quickly. If the ground beneath has no nourishment, if it is dry, scorched and depleted of any goodness, then the grass will die. But if you add some fertilizer then you can promote growth once more, while also improving the condition of the once depleted earth.

That’s the theory anyway. But as you might have expected, it’s not quite that simple. There are a few problems with using PRP for hair loss, from the risks involved to the cost.

Is a PRP Injection Safe?

PRP Injection Therapy
This treatment can be—and perhaps should be—safe. However, it needs to be performed by a licensed and experienced practitioner. These days it’s too easier for anyone who owns a beauty business to start offering advanced treatments, whether they are legally allowed to or not, and that creates all kinds of problems, causing potential life-long issues for the patients and giving the treatments a bad name.

This is a treatment that should be safe, but it’s one that involves drawing and injecting blood; it’s one that can cause pain; and it’s one that lasts for up to an hour. There may also be topical anesthetic involved, as well as dedicated aftercare. All of this raises the chances of complications when PRP hair loss treatment is not performed by an experienced practitioner. It also raises the cost when it is.

How Much Does PRP Injection Cost?

How Much Does PRP Injection Therapy Cost?

Although PRP injection therapy is quite expensive, it’s usually cheaper than a hair transplant and it can be very affordable if you compare it to all of the money you might spend on shampoos, medications, supplements and vitamins. From what we can see, the average price of a PRP for hair loss treatment is around $1,000.

Even if you focus on the more respected clinics, you should still be able to get PRP injection therapy for less than $2000. To give you an idea of how this costs on the whole, we checked with a leading clinic that is based in Europe and works with patients all over the world. They charge just under $1,000 for PRP hair loss therapy. However, if you were to get a hair transplant that involves 1,500 grafts, which is one of the larger ones, then you would pay around $7,000. Even the smaller grafts cost in excess of $2,000, twice as much as PRP injection therapy.

How Effective is PRP for Hair Loss?

PRP hair loss treatment has been shown to be very effective, certainly when compared to other hair loss treatments that just don’t deliver the results you expect. It may sound like a bizarre treatment. It may seem alien, risky and even ridiculous, and it is all of those things. However, it works. And if you have struggled to find effective hair growth solutions then you won’t care how crazy it seems.

To give you a better idea of the effectiveness of PRP hair loss treatments, take a look at the following PRP hair loss treatment clinical studies.

PRP Hair Loss Treatment Clinical Studies

One of the main clinical studies performed on Platelet-Rich Plasma treatment can be found on the US National Library of Medicine National Institutes of Health.

In this study, parents with androgenic alopecia were given the therapy to test how effective, safe and feasible the treatment was. There were eleven patients suffering from hair loss due to this disorder, and this included a number of patients that had been on a course of finasteride and minoxidil, without any notable results.

The hair was measured prior to every PRP hair loss treatment session, during which the patients were injected as four times over an 8 week period (once every two weeks). After the treatment had finished, the hair was tested for both length and strength, as well as the level to which the patient was satisfied.

This particular PRP clinical study noted a significant decrease in hair loss between the first and fourth treatment. Hair growth was also noticed, with total hair count increasing by an average of around 1/5th, or 22.09 follicular units for square centimeter. Not only that, but 9 of the 11 patients reported “negative” pull tests, which is to say that none of their hairs came out when pulled.

Microneedling with PRP

Microneedling with PRP

PRP hair loss treatment can be used with many other treatments. There are reports of this being used in combination with treatments such as finasteride and minoxidil, as mentioned above. Microneedling with PRP is also becoming very common. However, this is basically combining one somewhat dangerous and morbid treatment with another.

As mentioned in our Dermaroller Review, microneedling involves creating hundreds of pin-prick injuries on the face or the scalp. This is said to trigger a release of collagen, which is used by the body to speed-up recovery and may also help to create firmer, stronger skin, which potentially triggers hair growth.

Microneedling has been shown to be effective for skin conditions and can also help to improve the overall look and feel of your skin. However, it is not as effective when it comes to hair growth, which suggests that if microneedling with PRP does work, then it’s only because PRP injections are so effective on their own.

Spironolactone for Hair Loss (Weight Loss, Dosage, Acne, Side Effects)

Spironolactone for Hair Loss (Weight Loss, Dosage, Acne, Side Effects)

Spironolactone for Hair Loss

We’re hearing more and more about Spironolactone for hair loss. This is now a question on the lips of many patients with alopecia and other forms of baldness. But can you use Spironolactone for hair loss, is it effective, is it safe, and what are the side effects?

In this guide we will answer all of those questions and more. We will show you what Spironolactone is used for; what the correct dosage is; and what people who are using this drug are saying.

What is Spironolactone Used For?

You can use Spironolactone for hair loss and it does seem to be commonly used for that purpose. However, that’s not the main purpose of this drug.

Prescribed under the brand name “Aldactone”, the main purpose of Spironolactone is to prevent the build-up of fluid, which, if left unchecked, can lead to serious problems like heart failure. Spironolactone is also used to stop excessive hair growth in women.

This goes against what you might expect for this drug. So, what what is going on and is Spironolactone for hair loss really a thing?

Spironolactone for Hair Loss

The type of hair loss that Spironolactone is said to cure is very specific. It is female pattern hair loss in particular, which is much rarer than male pattern baldness but is caused by many of the same factors. It is also used to treat certain conditions that can trigger hair loss, including polycystic ovary syndrome.

There are many experts prescribing Spironolactone and advising for its use, suggesting that it has helped with receding hair lines as well as alopecia and female pattern baldness. But there is very little actual research out there to suggest that this is a genuine treatment. One of the few studies that has been conducted on Spironolactone for hair loss concluded that as many as 30% of female patients may be able to experience some form of hair growth.

The women tested had suffered from female pattern baldness and a third of them noticed very prominent results, while a slightly higher proportion were able to limit further hair loss in the future.

However, it’s important to note that this test was very small, that it was one of the only ones performed and that there is nothing to suggest that these effects will remain over the long term. The fact that it can be used to stop excessive hair growth suggests that there could actually be some hair loss on Spironolactone. However, this hasn’t really presented itself in enough cases for it to be a problem.

Spironolactone Dosage

Spironolactone Dosage

If you have been prescribed Spironolactone for hair loss then you should take the amount that your doctor recommended. This will likely be between 25mg and 100mg up to 2 times a day, but it all depends on the condition being treated, the severity of the issue and any previous attempts that have been tried and have failed.

Many dermatologists recommend that you begin with just 25mg taken twice a day and that you increase the dose to 100mg taken twice a day if there are few positive effects. As with all hair loss treatments, Spironolactone will take some time before it starts showing results, so be prepared to wait a few weeks at least and several months at the most.

Spironolactone Side Effects

Spironolactone Side Effects

There are many Spironolactone side effects. These should all be considered before you think about taking this drug. If you have been prescribed it for a medical reason then the side effects are worth the risk; the issues that may rise without the drug are likely to cause more problems.

However, while it is important to weigh up risk and reward, the side effects for Spironolactone are actually very minimal. And the ones that are a concern are very rare. These can include hyperkalemia. This condition can be fatal. An increase in prescriptions for Spironolactone has actually caused an increase in hospital admissions with hyperkalemia.

Women taking this drug can also experience problems with the breast tissue, including an enlarging of the breasts. Other Spironolactone side effects include:

  • Infertility
  • Vomiting
  • Diarrhea
  • Dry mouth
  • Hormonal imbalances
  • Erectile dysfunction

To limit Spironolactone side effects you should pay close attention to the label. One of the main issues with this drug is an excessive build-up of potassium, which can cause renal problems and even renal failure. As a result, patients are asked to limit their intake of potassium-containing foods. So, no multi-vitamins and supplements that contain potassium; no prune juice, melons, bananas, sweet potatoes and other potassium-rich foods.

Spironolactone Reviews

So, what are users of Spironolactone saying? Spironolactone reviews are not exactly in plenty supply, especially when it comes to Spironolactone for hair loss. However, we have spoken with a few people who have tried Spironolactone for hair loss and the results are as varied as the studies have suggested.

Some have reported huge benefits, with disappearing bald patches and thickening of the hair. This is more notable in women who have suffered from female pattern baldness and have many noticeable bald patches and patches of thinning hair. The same can’t be said for men with thinning hair, male pattern baldness and other common issues. In fact, we haven’t heard many success stories from men who have taken Spironolactone.

That’s not to say that it’s not effective in them but that it just might be more effective in curing female hair loss. On average, it seems that at least half of he women who use Spironolactone for hair loss report some positive results. But there is still a long way to go before we determine whether this really is the answer and before we know enough about it to start recommending it.

More tests need to be done; more studies need to be completed. We need to gain a better understanding of what the long-term effects of Spironolactone use are. Until then, this is a drug that holds a lot of promise, but one that you should avoid unless you have been specifically prescribed it by a licensed physician.

Rare Treatments to Reverse Hair Loss (Cortisone, Stem Cell, Microneedling)

Rare Treatments to Reverse Hair Loss (Cortisone, Stem Cell, Microneedling)

Reverse Hair Loss

We have covered a great number of treatments to help you reverse hair loss here on Hair Growth Pills. In this guide we’ll cover the areas as yet untouched. You probably already have a good idea of what the common treatments are. If you have been suffering with hair loss yourself, then there’s a good chance you have gone over these many times before. But there are many more treatments out there if you read the literature, take onboard the available research and prepare yourself to try something new.

It’s those treatments that we will focus on here. So, we’re taking a break from common treatments like Minoxidil, Finasteride and Hair Growth Products and we’ll cover options such as:

  • Cortisone Shots for Hair Loss
  • Microneedling for Hair Loss
  • Stem Cell Therapy for Hair Loss
  • Baking Soda for Hair Loss
  • Cedarwood Oil for Hair Loss

The question is, do these work, is the research genuine and promising, or is it just more expensively branded snake oil for an industry that already has its fair share?

Cortisone Shots for Hair Loss

Cortisone Shots Hair Loss

There are very few prescribed treatments out there to assist with hair growth, but this is one of them. If you are using cortisone shots for hair loss then they should have been prescribed by a qualified physician and they should be given by a medical professional in a controlled environment.

You can use cortisone shots for hair loss in many forms, including alopecia, which is often considered to be completely incurable. You can also use them to reverse hair loss that is temporary, as discussed on the NHS site in the UK, where it is considered a viable treatment for all kinds of hair loss, including Male Pattern Baldness.

Cortisone shots for hair loss involves the injection of steroids into the bald patches of the scalp. This is repeated over the course of several weeks and should be able to stimulate growth more or less immediately. They can be used on the scalp and they can also be used on the face to help with beard growth and other hair growth.

The purpose of cortisone shots for hair loss is to stop the immune system from attacking the hair follicle, which is the main cause of alopecia. It can also help to reverse hair loss in those who do not suffer from this condition. However, while there are few effective treatments out there for people who suffer from alopecia, there are many from those whose hair loss is triggered by something else. If you’re in the category, then you should always look to try another solution before opting for cortisone shots to control your hair loss.

Microneedling for Hair Loss

Microneedling Hair Loss

Microneedling is one of the most popular methods out there right now to reverse hair loss, and it seems that you can’t visit a clinic, a salon or indeed a hair growth website without hearing about microneedling for hair loss. The most popular method out there right now is the Dermaroller, which we have already discussed in our Dermaroller Review page.

Microneedling for hair loss has been shown to be effective in some patients, but it’s primary purpose seems to be to help with skin problems such as acne and stretch marks, and it hasn’t shown as much promise with regards to hair loss. This one is still very much open for debate, and while we generally had a negative opinion on it in the aforementioned review (experts advice caution as it can be unsafe and should not be performed unsupervised or by anyone other than licensed professional) it’s one that we are still considering ourselves.

We would advise leaving microneedling for hair loss to the professionals. Try other methods first and only come back to this if nothing else works, if you can get it done by a professional and if you’re not resorting to buying the expensive roller yourself and performing the treatment in your own home.

Stem Cell Therapy for Hair Loss

Stem Cell Therapy Hair Loss

Stem cell therapy for hair loss is one of the most effective treatments out there as far as we can tell. It is a non surgical treatment that involves the triggering of stem cells, which are forced to regrow new hairs to reverse hair loss. These cells can be found in the hair follicle and the goal of stem cell therapy for hair loss is to activate them in order for that hair to come through like it should and like it perhaps one did.

It has been hailed by many as a miracle baldness cure, with business site and magazine Forbes describing it as just that. As with all treatments to reverse hair loss, however, it’s not all positive. It doesn’t work all of the time, it’s not for everyone and it is also one of the most expensive treatment options available, if not the most expensive period.

Baking Soda for Hair Loss

Baking Soda for Hair Loss

There are people who believe that baking soda can fix anything, from cuts and bruises to stains and more. This isn’t just something you use to bake a cake and there are even suggestions that you can use baking soda for hair loss. As with any other cheap and “miraculous” cures, there are many faults with this method, but there are some benefits to it as well.

Firstly, it can help to remove harmful and toxic residue from your hair. This can come from the environment and from the things you come into contact with on a day-to-day basis. But the majority of the harmful residue comes from the products we use, whether to color, to clean or to style. By removing this you can successfully reverse hair loss and bring your hair back to a natural state.

This is especially true if you have recently spent time in a pool or hot-tub, as it can also help to remove chlorine. All of these chemicals can damage your hair and they can also stunt growth. It’s unlikely that you will experience any significant hair growth, but you can still use baking soda for hair loss. At best it will help with a little growth, at worst it will clean your hair and strengthen it.

To use it, simply mix the baking soda with water and then massage into your hair from the root to the tip. Leave it in your hair for a few minutes and then wash it off. You may begin to reverse hair loss immediately–assuming it works, that is.

Cedarwood Oil for Hair Loss

Baking Soda for Hair Loss

You can use cedarwood oil for hair loss because it is said to help stimulate the hair follicles, which in turn can help to promote growth. It does this by helping to increase circulation, which will help to supply the hair follicles with the nutrients they need.

Cedarwood oil is often used in combination with other oils, including rosemary oil and sage oil. Combined, these essential oils can be very powerful, but in all honesty, it’s unlikely that you will experience many results from them. This is definitely the case if you use cedarwood oil and the other oils by themselves.

However, as with the hair loss treatments mentioned above, while it might not help with hair growth, it can strengthen the hair and it will also smell rather unique. Other oils that are often used for hair growth, whether on their own or in combination with cedarwood oil include chamomile oil, lavender oil, lemon oil, thyme oil and peppermint.

Hair Transplant: Costs, Process, Before and After

Hair Transplant: Costs, Process, Before and After

Hair Transplant

We have covered a great number of hair loss treatments on this site and more than once we have said that a hair transplant is one of the most effective. It is the only one that works every time and the only one that actively works to regrow hair, as opposed to simply stopping hair loss.

But just how effective is a hair transplant? In this guide we aim to answer all of the questions that you have about hair transplants, questions that have been put to us over the last few months. These include the following, all of which have bene answered in full below:

  • What Should I Expect with a Hair Transplant?
  • How Long Does a Hair Transplant Take to Heal?
  • Where do they Take the Hair From?
  • How Much Does a Hair Transplant Cost?
  • Is It Worth It?
  • Is it Safe?

What is a Hair Transplant?

Simply put, a hair transplant involves taking hair from one place and surgically implanting it into your scalp. They take the actual hair follicles, which means that the hair will grow like it should.

There are two types of transplant, known as Follicular Unit Strip Surgery and Follicle Unit Extraction. These are often shortened to FUSS and FUE respectably. With FUSS, a strip of skin is taken as a graft; with FUE, hairs are taken one by one.

Where do They Take Hair From?

Hair Transplant Cost

There is a misconception that the hair is taken from the backside. This is perhaps the fault of the tabloids, who can’t resist writing articles about celebrities covering their heads in hair that was once on their backsides. The headlines practically write themselves.

However, they need to cut the hair out, which means the place will be tender to the touch and will need time to heal. You need to sit on your buttocks, so this is not ideal. Instead, the hair is often taken from the actual scalp, but at the back so that the hair easily falls over it. It can also be taken from the leg.

What Can I Expect from the Procedure?

Hair Transplant Process

The procedure should take place in a doctor’s surgery, as opposed to a hospital. Firstly, your scalp will be cleaned and numbed via an injection. The graft will then be taken and the hair follicles will be added to your scalp in the places previously chosen. To add the follicles, small slits are made and they are inserted into place.

This is a laborious process and it can take up to 10 hours to complete, depending on the number of hairs being added.

How Long Does it Take to Heal from a Hair Transplant?

Your scalp will be very tender after the surgery. It also won’t be very pretty to look at. You will probably be prescribed pain meds to get through the pain and will be told to rest up and wear bandages. You may be given anti-inflammatory drugs as well to keep potential swelling to a minimum.

A few weeks after the surgery, the hair that was transplanted will have fallen out. From there the new hair will begin to grow into place. It will take a few months for this to grow in fully, which is why many patients are told to use products like Minoxidil as they wait. Typically, within a year all patients will be able to style their hair as they see fit, with no visible signs of a transplant having taken place.

How Much Does a Hair Transplant Cost?

Hair Transplant Before and After

The costs differ depending on the amount of hair that needs to be transplanted and the person that you choose to do it. There are many specialists out there that offer this service and the prices can be competitive as a result. But if you choose a well known and respected physician then you’re obviously going to pay a premium.

If you are on limited budget then you can look around and get the job done for as little as $3,000, providing you don’t need a full head of hair to be transplanted. Just make sure you check that they are accredited and licensed. You may also want to read some reviews on them beforehand. Any doctor worth their degree in this day and age will have reviews online.

The price can go as high as $20,000, so it pays to do your research. You can also ask for a discount and try to negotiate a deal. You have more chance of doing this if you’re working with a self-employed physician, as opposed to one working for an organization.

Will my Insurance Cover a Hair Transplant?

Unfortunately, no. There might be some companies and policies out there that do, but we haven’t seen them. It is not life threatening, it is not a health issue.

Is a Hair Transplant Safe?

Is a Hair Transplant Safe?
There are always risks associated with surgery. This is minor surgery, but there are still some potential problems. Infection is one of the biggest, which is why many doctors will prescribe a course of antibiotics after the surgery, making sure that if there is an infection, it will be cured before it displays any symptoms.

As with all surgery, scarring is also a possibility. Your hair may grow-in strange. You may experience some visible scarring on the front or the top of your head. You may experience problems with the graft area and you may also experience some inflammation, both on the head and around the graft area, which is where the anti-inflammatory drugs come in.

Again, all of this is rare, but it’s something that needs to be considered before you jump head-first (quite literally) into this procedure. These days we are often too quick to volunteer our bodies for surgeries that we deem to be quick, easy and safe ways to get the look we want. But they are not miracle cures and things can go wrong.

You should discuss these issues with your doctor during the consultation, which will happen prior to the surgery and prior to any agreements being made. They should provide an unbiased perspective on the procedure. They should be honest and upfront with you. This can be essential for someone going through this procedure as it’s important for them to understand the potential risks, while also understanding just how rare such risks are.

Nizoral Hair Loss (Ketoconazole, Reviews, Studies, Side Effects)

Nizoral Hair Loss (Ketoconazole, Reviews, Studies, Side Effects)

Nizoral for Hair Loss

We have dealt with many medications and supplements on Hair Growth Pills. One of the rarer ones is Nizoral, with many customers enquiring whether they can use Nizoral for hair loss and whether it is effective.

We look to answer these questions in this article, hoping to come to a conclusion whether Nizoral can be used to cure baldness, thinning hair, receding hairlines and alopecia.

What is Nizoral Shampoo

Nizoral shampoo is a medicated hair treatment that is primarily used to treat fungal problems and dandruff, as well as other issues. It has a number of “off-label” uses, and one of the suggestions is that Nizoral can be used for hair loss.

Is this the case? Does Nizoral work for hair loss? Well, yes, no, and probably not. The truth is, it all depends on how you look at it.

How to Use Nizoral Shampoo?

This medicated shampoo contains the act ingredient “ketoconazole”. This is an anti-fungal medication that is used to treat yeast infections. The way it works is by attacking the cell membranes of the yeast. It breaks though the membrane, leaving holes and causing the yeast cells to gradually break down. Basically, it kills them, and it does so incredibly effectively, which makes this a very potential anti-fungal medication.

Nizoral shampoo is primarily used to treat severe cases of dandruff, known as “seborrhoeic dermatitis”, as well as many other forms of dandruff. It is sold in boxes that give you around 5 months worth of shampoo, but you only need to use it for a maximum of 4 weeks. The shampoo needs to be applied to the scalp and left there for up to five minutes, before being washed of. This process should be repeated every day throughout the course of your treatment,

Does Nizoral Shampoo Work?

For dandruff and other infections, it works brilliantly well. 4 weeks into your treatment the issue that was there should be gone. Simple as that. However, there is a big “but”. Several of them in fact. Firstly, while Nizoral is being used for hair growth, it has yet to be proven as effective in that area. Secondly, there are a number of side effects with Nizoral shampoo, and these actually include hair loss.

Basically, that means the shampoo you are using to treat hair loss could actually make you bald. That’s not the only Nizoral side effect either. It can also cause irritation and burning sensations.

Nizoral for Hair Loss

A study has been performed on Nizoral for hair loss. This study involved the use of topical applications of ketoconazole, with around 40 participants involved. They were split into two groups, with a group given daily applications of ketoconazole and a control group given nothing. After few weeks, there was a “difference in hair growth” between the two groups and a suggestion that ketoconazole does work for hair growth.

However, this is not really enough. Not only was the study very small, but the results weren’t even that conclusive. When you add in the potential for side effects, it seems like a massive risk to use ketoconazole or Nizoral as a hair growth treatment.

There are many medications out there that don’t have a great deal of side effects. If they don’t work, you don’t lose anything. Such is the case with the treatments we described in our Eyelash Growth DIY page, as well as the ones discussed in countless other HGP articles. However, in this case there is a huge risk. Because you may end up with more problems and less hair than when you started.

Nizoral Shampoo Reviews

Nizoral Reviews

So, what do the users say about this product? You’ve heard what we think and you’ve heard what the studies say. But what about individual users like you? Well, Nizoral shampoo reviews are fairly inconclusive, as you might expect after reading the information above.

There have been a lot of positive reports regarding the effectiveness of Nizoral for dandruff and infections. The reports of hair loss and other nasty side effects are also minimal, which is a good thing. However, of the very small number of people that have tried ketoconazole and/or Nizoral for hair loss, very few of them seem to have anything positive to report.

This is something that is still pretty much undecided. It’s something that will need to be tested more, reviewed more and studied more before a conclusion can be reached. In the meantime, if you use it yourself and have experienced negative side effects or hair growth, then please get in touch and let us know. If everyone can pool their results together then it will give us a better idea of just how effective Nizoral is for hair growth.

Nizoral 2

Nizoral 2

Nizoral 2 is simply another name for the same product. The “2” refers to the concentration (2%) of the active ingredient ketoconazole. There are some customers who have seemingly bought this product believing it to be a sequel of sorts, thinking that somehow Nizoral 2 is better than simple “Nizoral” (although they should know that the sequel never beats the original). But it’s the same product. It comes with the same risks and it will have the same results (or lack of results, as the case may be).

Other Hair Loss Treatments

Ketoconazole

As you probably know, there is no shortage of treatments out there. If you’re not interested in Nizoral for hair loss (and let’s be honest, the information isn’t exactly inspiring) then you may want to look to many of these. You can more information on articles such as Hair Growth Pills, Hair Growth Supplements, Best Vitamins, and Hair Loss Treatments. We have also extensively covered Keranique, which contains Minoxidil and which you can read about in our Keranique Questions guide and our Keranique Reviews article.

Ketoconazole and Nizoral may not be that effective when it comes to curing baldness. But it’s important to remember that it wasn’t intended for that. This is a very useful medication when used for what it was prescribed for. Many users just jumped onto the false hope that it could help them with other issues, and that is simply not the case, at least, not that anyone can prove.

Keranique Reviews (Hair Growth Treatment, Shampoo Review)

Keranique Reviews (Hair Growth Treatment, Shampoo Review)

Keranique Reviews

We have fielded a number of questions about the effectiveness of Keranique. So, we have decided to pool many different Keranique reviews into one place, aiming to answer those questions more clearly.

As you may know, we have already covered this topic a few times on Hair Growth Pills. We recently launched a page that covered a number of your Keranique questions and essentially exposed the truth (in our opinion) of this topic. In that page we made it clear that this is a product that works for some. But it is also a product that doesn’t work for everyone, a product that has some side effects and a product that needs to be used with care.

As if to emphasize that, here are a few Keranique reviews. These have been taken from readers of Hair Growth Pills, as well as a couple of our writers. We’ve tried to provide some varied opinions and have also provided a variety of test subjects so you can find someone who relates to you and might have similar experiences.

Keranique Reviews

So, let’s get to it. Below you will find a list of Keranique reviews from genuine users of this product. These should be taken as they are: opinions. At the time of writing we are not affiliated with this product or with any of their rivals. Our goal is to provide genuine, helpful opinions. We ask our readers to remember that because one user had a bad experience or a positive experience, it doesn’t mean they will.

These Keranique reviews have been provided by the reviewer and then compiled and edited by our own writers in order to ensure they are ready for publication.

Keranique Review 1: Sandy

Keranique Shampoo Review


Sandy is a 40 year old female with thinning hair.

My hair began thinning after pregnancy. I suffered from postpartum hair loss like many women, but poor diet, poor care and a number of other factors made that issue continue.

After letting it get out of hand, I had really bad thinning hair. It was wiry, thin, uncomfortable. I was embarrassed, so I used Keranique in the hope I could fix it.

Within 3 weeks I didn’t see any improvements. However, a few weeks later I began noticing that my hair was thicker. I am now 8 weeks in and I do notice some positive changes. I wouldn’t go as far as saying it cured me. But it does seem to have done something and that’s a plus.

Keranique Review 2: Michael

Michael is 56 and only has hair on the sides and back of his head.

I have been bald as a baby since I was 35. In fact my niece was born with more hair on her head than I’ve had grow on mine in 20 years!

I have used Saw Palmetto before. I have used Propecia before. I’ve used hair growth vitamins. Supplements. You name it, I have used it. Usually, it’s not easy to tell whether something works or not when you’re using so many products together like I was. But I know that none of them worked, because I didn’t see a single new hair sprout on my head!

I had avoided using Minoxidil because a friend of mine had a bad experience with it. I know it’s just one experience, these things happen. But I’m a little bit of a hypochondriac, so it put me off. If I had known that Keranique contained Minoxidil when I first took it, I wouldn’t have gone anywhere near it, but I didn’t. I saw an ad for a product that was just a simple shampoo and I dived right in. Stupid really, I know. But I did’t have any bad side effects, so everything work out in that regard.

As for positive effects, I didn’t see any of those either.

I followed the label. I did as I should have done. But I didn’t see anything on the top of my head. I did notice that the hairs on the sides and back of my head seemed to grow. I’m not sure if that’s just my imagination or if that is actually the case. I’m now wondering if the hair follicles on the top of my head are somehow dead, in which case the Keranique never stood a chance.

I know many Keranique reviews are hit and miss. I’m a rarity in the sense that I’m still up in the air with this one. I imagine that it probably will work, but that my scalp, on the top at least, is beyond help. I’m now contemplating hair transplants and will maybe order some more Keranique when that happens. That way I can truly understand if it works. And if it does, it will mean thicker, longer hair in a place I previous had none!

Keranique Review 3: Kieran

Kieran is a 25 year old man with a rapidly receding hair line.

I have grey hairs. But I don’t care. It’s something that my partner and mother always pointed out, as if I was supposed to be concerned about them. I think the same applies to many men and most of us don’t care. We know that grey hair is not an issue and that the real worry is a receding hair line.

Such is the case with me. I have a young face, but the hairline of a 50 year old. Add the fact that I’m a little chubby, and I look like a full-grown baby. Not ideal. If I wasn’t already married, I’d have a hard time getting a girlfriend I’m sure.

My hairline has always been a problem and a concern. So, I used Keranique to try and fix the problem. Within a few weeks I began to notice some positive effects. My hair did look thicker and it did seem to grow longer. I have always struggled with my hair. I’ve never liked it, so I’ve usually just shaved it off, which doesn’t help with the hairline problem.

But as it grew, I began liking the way it looked and felt, so I let it grow more. After 6 weeks or so, I became convinced that the Keranique had worked. My partner, on the other hand, tells me that my hairline just looks better because my hair is longer.

I’m not sure what to believe. I know for a fact that my hairline hasn’t grown back. But I also know that my hair looks and feels better and that I’m more confident than ever as a result. Who knows, maybe I’ll start slathering some of it on my chin as well. Always wanted a big beard

Keranique Review 4: Jessica

Keranique Hair Growth Treatment Review

Jessica is a 32 year old female worried about brittle, damaged hair from years of tight hairstyles.

I never realized I had a problem with my hair because it was always contorted into an elaborate hair style (editor note: never a good idea, as described on our Hair Loss for Women and Hair Loss for Men articles). When I was 30, I decided to just let my hair grow. I had a new boyfriend who hated the previous hairstyles and encouraged me to let out my natural hair.

I was shocked to discover that it was in terrible condition. It was breaking, practically falling out. So, I stopped the tight hairstyles. I stopped dyeing and even straightening. I started using Keranique and also tried to increase my level of B Vitamins and other vitamins for hair growth.

Within 3 months, my hair was much better. And I mean much better. I attributed a lot of this to the Keranique, but in truth, it might have been a combination of everything. Still, my hair looks better. It’s thicker. It’s not falling out and it even has a shine to it. So, if it is the combination that worked, then it’s a combination that someone should be bottling and selling.

Dermaroller for Hair Loss: Reviews, Results, Impact on Hairline

Dermaroller for Hair Loss: Reviews, Results, Impact on Hairline

Does Dermaroller work for Hair Loss?

You don’t have to go very far to read an article on “Dermaroller for hair loss” or to find a glut of Dermaroller reviews. We know because we have seen them ourselves. But there are a few problems with those reviews.

Firstly, Dermaroller, like a lot of “premium” hair growth products and beauty products, seems to have a lot of affiliates. There are adverts, sponsored posts, and plenty of reviews that point to sales pages, Amazon affiliate pages and more. All of this means it’s very hard to find a genuine opinion on whether Dermaroller works for hair loss.

Here on Hair Growth Pills, we understand the need for affiliates. It’s how content sites make money. We know that because we use them ourselves. However, we have always put honesty first, because we know that fake reviews can be spotted a mile off, and that readers just don’t want anything to do with them.

So, we’ve taken it upon ourselves to provide a Dermaroller review of our own. In this guide we’ll answer the following questions and more, all of which have been put to us by our readers:

  • How Effective is Dermaroller for Hair Loss?
  • Are Dermaroller Before and After Photos Genuine?
  • Does Dermaroller Work for Acne Scars?
  • Can Dermaroller Help my Hairline?
  • Does Dermaroller Work for Stretch Marks?

What is Dermaroller?

First, let’s get the basics out of the way. This product is as the name suggests: it’s a simple roller that you apply to the skin. It is designed to “regenerate” and “repair” the skin and has been hailed as a natural, effective treatment for all kinds of conditions. If you heed to the many Dermaroller reviews, as well as the claims made by people trying to sell this product (either directly or indirectly) then it can help with everything from receding hairlines, hair loss, dry skin, wrinkles and more.

One of the things that has helped to draw so much attention to this product is the claims that it can get rid of stretch marks and acne scars. These are some of the holy grails of the beauty industry. Anyone who finds a cure for stretch marks and acne scars has found a goose that will never stop laying golden eggs. But does this seemingly simple product do that?

Probably not. In fact, we’d be amazed if it did.

How it Works

Dermaroller Review

Dermaroller essentially works by puncturing small holes into your skin and then waiting for them to heal. That’s it. This is not a miracle hair loss treatment. It’s not a game-changing supplement. And that seems to be one of the things that has attracted to many to this product. They have grown tired of supplements that promise a lot and don’t work, or have a long list of side effects. They want something quick, easy, relatively painless, and completely devoid of side effects. Dermaroller is the perfect product for them, promising everything. But that’s all it is: a promise.

This device is everything that we want from a miracle treatment. And like all “good” miracle treatments it sells because it does show some positive results, just not to the extent you might think.

The Dermaroller Does Work

There is some science behind the claims of the Dermaroller. This gradual damage to your skin will speed-up the regeneration process. It will lead to skin that looks better and feels better. It will take time, but the benefits are there. We have seen many before and after pictures and we have tried it ourselves as well. From what we can gather, some of these images are legitimate. But the ones that look too good to be true, nearly always are.

We tried it ourselves several months ago when we just couldn’t avoid this fad anymore. We’d heard so much that we just had to try it. We were skeptical, as you can expect. To begin with, we didn’t feel anything (except the pain of a dozen needles, of course) and we didn’t notice anything. We actually hated it more at this stage as it has a way of making your skin look like it has been severely sunburned. Not a great look when you’re hitting the tiles or going on a date.

Over time, however, that faded away and the results came through. When the skin healed, it seemed to be firmer. It looked better. It felt better. Not by a great deal, but there were positive effects there, there was no denying that.

Of course, then you have to go through the process again. More pricks. More damage and more looking like you’ve been pulled face-first through a rose bush. And again, the effects are there. Each time we noticed a slight improvement and each time we were surprised by this.

However, when we say “slight” we mean it, and that is the problem with this treatment.

Dermaroller Results

Dermaroller Results

Our Dermaroller review isn’t as positive as the ones you might be used to. We will admit that there are some results, and they are positive…in the end. However, there are a few points that need addressing before we decide if this is indeed a worthwhile product.

Firstly, we have no experience using Dermaroller for stretch marks or acne scars so we can’t comment on that. We personally can’t see how it would work though. We have searched through many reviews and have tried to focus on the ones that seem genuine. But even then, the jury is still out on whether it works for stretch marks and acne scars or not.

Secondly, we can say for sure that as far as Dermaroller for hair loss goes, it’s not effective. Not in the least. We have personally seen it vigorously tested on bald patches on the body and on thinning hair. It doesn’t seem to work, and quite frankly, we’re not sure how it could. We are willing to accept that it might have a positive affect on the skin. In fact we have seen and felt that ourselves, so we can consider that proved. But we don’t get the hair thing.

Dermaroller for hair loss is not a comment you see made by many of the product manufacturers. It seems to be something that is added by affiliates as a way of pushing the product, as well as a question that seems to be heavy on the minds of the users. That cold be because of a rumor, a throwaway claim, or even just hope. Whatever the reason, we’re fairly sure that Dermaroller is not effective for hair loss.

And that brings us to the most important part of our Dermaroller review. The third and final issue we have with this product is the fact that it straddles the line between a good product and a rip-ff and is always one price rise, one claim or one discovery away from being either.

Dermaroller Review: Our Thoughts

Dermaroller Hairline

To clarify what we said above: Dermaroller’s results are positive. They do exist. However, they are fairly minimal. They are something you might get from using a really good cream for a few weeks. In fact, the feeling we got from Dermaroller when the sunburned look had faded was not unlike the feeling we get after a really good facial. Your face feels cleaner, firmer. Your skin looks and feels better. It doesn’t last forever, but it lasts for a few days and then you have another course of treatment.

If we had to choose between buying the Dermaroller and applying it ourselves regularly, or getting the occasional facial, we would choose the latter anytime. Dermaroller has caused a storm in the healthcare community because it has been deemed unsafe. It is putting users at risk of doing damage and even getting an infection.

Not only that, but it makes them look terrible afterwards and, to top it off, it’ll set you back around $250!

Our Dermaroller review comes down to this summary: It’s risky, it’s painful, it’s uncomfortable, it’s incredibly expensive, it doesn’t do half of the things that users want it to do, but it does make your skin look and feel a little better in the long-term.

From our point of view, it’s not worth it. Give us a good facial, a good oil or a good supplement any day. But if you have the money, if you’re up for trying something new and if, like us, you’re sick of hearing about this fad and are itching to try it out for yourself, then go for it.

Hair Loss Forum: Where to Discuss Baldness and Cures

Hair Loss Forum: Where to Discuss Baldness and Cures

Hair Loss Forum

Looking for a hair loss forum to openly discuss your issue? This review article may be able to help. In this day and age message boards feel a little redundant. After all, we have Facebook and Twitter, so why would we need them?

Regardless of what you might think, they are actually more popular than ever. Hair loss forums are a great example of just why this is. Your Facebook account is connected to your name and your face. It is connected to your family and your friends, not to mention prospective dates and employers. On a hair loss forum, however, you are open to discuss under any alias and image you choose. It is as anonymous as you want it to be and this means there is no need to hold back. There is no need to avoid asking the questions you want to ask because you are worried they might be embarrassing.

So, let’s get straight to it. These are out favorite hair loss forums out there right now, ones that we know are used extensively by many of our readers and ones that we have also used ourselves from time to time.

Hair Loss Talk (Visit Hair Loss Talk)

This is a well laid out and professional hair loss forum that should be able to answer all of your questions. That’s because the forum is very active, and new posts are responded to very quickly. This is one of the top results for “Hair Loss Forum” and it also generates a huge amount of activity from its posts. As a result, millions of people pass through this site every year, which ensures your question will not go unanswered.

Of course, a big forum can be a bit impersonal for some. It takes away the personal touch. It makes it difficult to establish a rapport with the other members. On a hair loss forum like this, where there are so many users, so many posts and so many different categories, it’s difficult to get noticed and only those who posts regularly and have hundreds of previous posts tend to get noticed.

So, if you want something personal and long term, this might not be it. If you want something that will simply answer your questions quickly, something where you can browse extensively beforehand and learn a wealth of information on baldness and hair growth, then it’s ideal.

Bald Truth Talk (Visit Bald Truth Talk)

In many ways, this is the polar opposite of the hair loss forum mentioned above. It is smaller, more personal and much better for anyone looking to build a rapport. Many of the sections have no had any posts on them for days or weeks and there are fewer posts throughout this entire hair loss forum than there are on a single section of Hair Loss Talk.

Bad Truth Talk is also a little different in nature. The emphasis is more on baldness and the potential cures for it. What’s more, because it is smaller and because it is more focused, it might be easier to search through and to find the information that you need. Bald Truth Talk is also full of specialist advice and the members tend to be professionals who know what they are talking about.

So, if you want something small and personal. If you want to learn about hair transplants or the highly specialized topics, then give this hair loss forum a go.

Hair Loss Help (Visit Hair Loss Help)

Hair Loss Forums

If Bald Truth Talk is personal and Hair Loss Talk is impersonal, then Hair Loss Help is somewhere in between. This is a hair loss forum that is big and has a lot of subjects, but still has a personal touch of sorts. There are a lot of interesting topics, sections and posts to work your way through. However, many of the action seems to be focused on the “Open Topic” section. In here you will find everything from baldness cures and hair loss problems, to random chat that has nothing to do with hair at all.

The lack of activity on the specialized areas of this hair loss forum can make it frustrating to find the info that you want. However, the Open Topic forum is interesting and that’s where you should put most of your efforts.

Juts make sure that if you have a question to ask, you ask it in the Open Topic. It might get moved, you might have people telling you that it doesn’t belong. But it will get answered and it will receive the attention it needs, as opposed to being ignored in forums that no one visits.

The most popular forum is the General Hair Loss forum. However, you can also see just as much action in a few of the other treatment sections. And if you’re talking about a popular topic then your thread will likely generate a lot of interest site wide and be seen immediately, due to the way this hair loss forum is setup.

Regrowth (Visit Regrowth)

This is a very active forum. And because it is attached to a site that focuses on plenty of other hair growth and hair loss topics, it gets a lot of action from people who can help and people who have genuine questions that need answering.

This hair loss forum is not the most active that we have listed here. However, it comes close. It’s personal, it’s easy to navigate and you should be able to get a reply within a day or two, depending on what your question is. The majority of this forum is based around hair growth treatments and the sections cover individual treatment options. For instance, you can discuss natural hair loss treatments such as the hair treatments and hair loss vitamins we have mentioned on this site.

You can also learn about the causes of hair loss in men and the causes of hair loss in women, which we have also discussed extensively on this site.