Hair loss can be a devastating thing to experience. Seeing your hair fall out one at a time can make anyone lose confidence and is a sign of ageing. Hairlogica want to help as many people as possible to keep their hair.
However, it is easier to perform our hair loss treatment during the early stages of hair loss. It is easier to maintain the hair you still have than to grow brand new hair, so the earlier you speak to Hairlogica, the chances of keeping most of your hair is much higher.
We have listed the top five most common early signs of hair loss that people will notice. You will benefit from noticing any of the following signs as early as possible and visiting our clinic in St Kilda for a hair loss treatment that will work for you.
1. Receding Hairline
Hair usually starts to recede over time around the temples and the front hairline. These hairs will become thinner and thinner, and will eventually fall out due to your hair follicles becoming smaller. This will be very obvious when you look at yourself in the mirror and see more of your forehead than you could beforehand.
2. Thinning In The Crown Area
The notorious bald patch that appears on your scalp is not very attractive and can be frustrating to acknowledge and look at all the time. This is the most common type of hair loss men will experience as they age. This is because the hair follicles at the crown of the scalp shrink due to high levels of dihydrotestosterone (DHT), which is when a large amount of testosterone develops in the body. This will eventually make your hair stop growing altogether.
3. Hairs Appearing in Odd Places
Losing hair is not just about having less hair on your head, but also seeing more hairs where they should not appear. It is natural to shed hair every day, but if you start seeing a great deal of hair on your pillows and in showers, that is a sign you cannot ignore.
4. Extra Hair on Combs And Hairbrushes
Everyone grooms or manages their hair. And using a comb or a hairbrush are the most common ways of doing this. But if you start seeing big clumps of hair appearing on your comb or hairbrush, then you will need to speak to a hair specialist as soon as possible.
5. Itchy or Flaky Scalp
Anyone can get the occasional itch on their head. But if you are experiencing regular itchiness or a build-up of flakes, this could be an early sign of the hair loss process. This can be due to a build-up of sebum on your scalp, which often leads to building up dandruff and losing hair.
Contact Us Today
Have you noticed any of these signs of hair loss? Contact Hairlogica today on (03) 8844 9600 to talk to one of our hair experts about our hair loss treatment can do for you.