Tuesday’s January 11th edtion of the Daily Mail newspaper featured an article giving tips on hair care for those worried about losing it. Dr Farjo was quoted in a few places as well as one or two others.
Another contributor recommended eating a lot of protein since the hairs are made of keratin (dead protein). Dr Farjo disagrees and observes that in order to affect hair significantly one’s diet needs to be hugely deficient in protein. Even then, you would expect the hair to be affected in general and not in any particular pattern.
What is minoxidil? When researching hair growth treatments, you are likely to have heard of both minoxidil and finasteride. Both minoxidil and finasteride can aid hair growth; more information can be found on finasteride here. In this blog post, we are going to share some more information on minoxidil. Minoxidil, which is also sometimes known […]
What is finasteride? Finasteride is a medication that is commonly used as a treatment for hair loss and baldness. Finasteride reduces the body’s production of dihydrotestosterone (DHT), which causes gradual hair loss, protecting the hair from DHT damage. Does finasteride work? Finasteride is a popular treatment for preventing hair loss and baldness due to […]
Hair transplant surgery is a procedure that thousands of men and women undergo every year in order to combat balding or thinning hair. Here, leading surgeon Dr Farjo answers some of the most commonly asked questions regarding hair loss and the treatments available. How long will it take for my hair transplant to grow? […]