What is the cause of androgenetic alopecia in men?
How to identify androgenetic alopecia in men?
- Stage 1a: The hairline recedes in the forehead area.
- Stage 1b: A crown begins to appear at the top of the skull.
- Stage 2a: The hairline gradually recedes to the top of the skull.
- Stage 2b: Frontal and vertex thinning.
- Stage 3: The thinning reaches the top of the skull, a hairy crown is maintained around the temples and the back of the neck. Baldness is now considered “complete”.
How to address androgenetic alopecia?
There are many medical and surgical solutions available to normalize hair loss and/or correct the aesthetic consequences.
La trichopigmentation est le tatouage semi-permanent du cuir chevelu. Elle masque transitoirement les zones dégarnies.
Deficiencies in vitamins or nutrients can worsen the effects of androgenetic alopecia.
Hair systems, hair powder: cosmetic solutions to conceal baldness temporarily or permanently.