Have you noticed that your hairline is receding? Or that the bald spot on the top of your head becoming more noticeable?
You may be suffering from a progressive condition called male pattern hair loss.
What is Male Pattern Baldness?
It’s the most common form of hair loss in men. In fact, about half of all men experience this by the age of 40. It’s also a progressive condition.
Scientists believe male pattern baldness is inherited from either side of your family and that a chemical called dihydrotestosterone, more commonly referred to as DHT, is a key factor in hair loss. The condition is sometimes called androgenetic alopecia.