Innovative Ways You Can Prevent Your Hair From Totally Receding

A receding hairline is one of the most common manifestations of male pattern hair loss. In women, female pattern hair loss manifests as thinning hair, but a receding hairline can also be possible. While age is the primary culprit of receding hairline, other factors contribute to receding hair such as stress, medications, protein deficiency, family history of baldness, and hormone changes. In the old days, people look at receding hairline and male pattern baldness as a sign of maturity and advanced age. However, today’s generation is more conscious of physical appearance, and a receding hairline or thinning hair can affect the confidence and self-esteem of men and women.

Thankfully, science and technology have found ways to combat receding hair and male pattern baldness. Read on as we share some innovative ways you can prevent your hair from totally receding.

Scalp Micropigmentation

The term may sound like a surgical procedure, but it is minimally invasive and non-surgical. What scalp micropigmentation or SMP does is deposit pigment that matches your hair color into your scalp to make your hair look fuller, thicker, and healthier. It is an innovative intervention for signs of receding hairline, thinning hair, transplant scarring, and alopecia. The scalp micropigmentation works similarly to getting a tattoo but with less discomfort and precise application of pigments for natural-looking results. 


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Scalp Massage

Massaging provides many health benefits for the body, and it is not only limited to the torso and extremities. When you massage the scalp, it promotes better blood circulation in the scalp and stimulates the tissues, cells, and hair follicles. Regularly massaging the scalp makes hair thicker and adds hair volume, which slows down hair loss and hairline recession. A scalp massage costs you nothing and is an effective way of promoting scalp and hair health.

Sprays and Topical Applications

Many FDA-approved products have been developed to stop hair loss and promote hair growth. Most notable among these products is Rogaine and its active ingredient, Minoxidil. Minoxidil was originally used to treat high blood pressure, and further studies discovered its benefit in promoting hair regrowth. This hair benefit is useful in preventing receding hairline. Rogaine is used as a hair spray or foam that maximizes hair growth by promoting the best environment for hair growth. 

There are other high-quality and generic alternatives to Rogaine that contain Minoxidil, and they come in the form of topical solutions, sprays, or foams. Minoxidil works by increasing blood flow around the hair follicles, stimulating hair growth, and extending the hair growth phase. Growth phase extension allows for regrowing and replacing the lost hair.

Hair Loss Prevention Pills and Supplements

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One of the most effective pills for preventing hair loss is Finasteride. This prescription tablet works by suppressing dihydrotestosterone (DHT), the active form of testosterone that triggers hair loss. Finasteride can effectively block up to 70 percent of DHT by inhibiting the production of the 5a-reductase enzyme, which converts testosterone to DHT. It stops your hairline from receding and also promotes hair regrowth. To get the best results, we recommend taking Finasteride in combination with a topical application of Minoxidil. 

Taking this pill needs a prescription from a dermatologist or a physician due to its potential side effects, such as reduced sex drive and an elevated risk for prostate cancer. Hair growth vitamins and supplements are great for preventing the recession of your hairline by providing the nutrients needed for thicker and healthier hair growth. Supplements that have high biotin content, along with protein, iron, and zinc are recommended for hair growth promotion. Vitamins A, B, C, D, and E are also recommended to boost body processes that are involved in cell regeneration, including hair damage repair and growth.

Low-Level Laser Light Therapy

Also known as cold laser therapy or red light therapy, low-level laser light therapy is a hair loss treatment that utilizes photon irradiation into the scalp tissues. It promotes better blood circulation around the hair follicles and stimulates scalp and hair cells to promote hair growth and increase hair strength. The procedure is safe, minimally invasive, and painless, which makes it a good alternative to hair transplant surgery.

Hair Transplant

Hair transplant is a radical and innovative way of preventing receding hairline and male pattern baldness. It involves taking hair from thicker parts of the scalp and grafting the hair to the thinning, receding, or balding sections of the scalp. The area at the back of the scalp is generally a good option because of its different genetic makeup and is not susceptible to DHT.

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It should be noted that this procedure does not work for everyone, especially those with widespread thinning and baldness, those with large scalp scars, those whose hair loss is caused by chemotherapy or medications. Even successful hair transplants only have between 10 to 80 percent of the transplanted hair that will fully grow back. The transplanted hair will also get thinner over time, like regular hair.

A receding hairline can be worrying at times, but science has come up with innovative ways to prevent it. There are several options for preventing and stopping hair loss, thinning, and baldness that you can select. If you decide to take medications or undergo surgical procedures for preventing hair loss, it is recommended that you consult a medical professional about it. Your hair is your crowning glory, and you need to keep it healthy and vibrant.

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