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The Bald and the Beautiful




Baldness is not a disease, it is only a cosmetic problem. Bald people can look handsome if they keep their body fit. They can carry their baldness with a great attitude. There are many options to prevent baldness. Here we have summarised some causes and treatments of baldness, read on.

Baldness affects millions of men throughout the world. For a long time there was no cure, but thanks to the advances made by science, men do have a few options now. However, before you decide which option is for you, get some dope on the subject.
 

Blame it on Dad! 

That's right, baldness is mostly hereditary, so if papa had a bald head, chances are, he's passed on the baldness gene to you. These genes will cause you to have hair follicles that will eventually get defunct. They will slowly start producing weaker and weaker hair that will fall off and break easily, and eventually the follicles will completely stop producing hair. 
 

Hair Transplant

Many men have opted to go in for hair transplant, in which strong hair follicles are implanted in the scalp. Those who have had this procedure are reportedly happy with the results. So if you are unhappy with your bald look and would want a head full of hair, there is no reason really not to go in for a transplant. It's not a major surgery, and does not involve any complications if you go to a reputed person. And with further advances, this technique is fast gaining in popularity. recovery is faster now, there is not as much bleeding or scarring, and, of course, you get your own, natural hair back. 
 

Going the Rogain Way

If you have just started balding, there is a drug by the name of Rogain, which has shown excellent results. It works best for men between the ages of 25 and 35. Rogain needs to be rubbed into to the bald spots on the scalp to stop further hair loss. However, once you start Rogain you should keep it up and apply it everyday or your hair will start falling. In addition, you may experience side effects, the most common of which is a light rash. There may even bewhich are not fully known as Rogain is a relatively new drug. Thus, it's best taken under supervision of a doctor. 

If you decide that neither of these options are for you, don't worry, there's still scope for you to look like the handsome stud you are! Here are a few tips. 

  1. Wear a hat. However, you shouldn't wear one all the time, as you need to let your scalp breathe. So take it off when at home and, of course, when asleep! Depending on the hat you choose, it could add a lot of personality to your character. And if you wear it well, it can be a great, stylish accessory. 
  2. Don't develop the stereotype bald head and paunch look, for heaven's sake! Exercise, do sit ups and get rid of that tyre around your belly. If you are in ship shape without a spare inch of flesh, if you work out regularly and have a pleasant disposition, you can still look sexy. Believe me, baldness is not a turn off for most women! 
  3. Don't let people who joke about your bald head get to you. If your friends realize you get hassled, they will pull your leg even more. Don't get touchy about it. It's not worth it! 
  4. 60% of men go bald prematurely. It's perfectly natural, and it's not a health concern - it's just a cosmetic concern. While you can't prevent it, thankfully you can now cure it.

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Boromir.3 years ago
"So if you are unhappy with your bald look and would want a head full of hair, there is no reason really not to go in for a transplant."

Wow. Just one word: Ignorant. A long linear scar at the back of your head will almost certainly rule out having your head trimmed shorter than 1cm, and FUE punctate scars, apart from greatly reducing the thickness of your hair, are no so invisible either. Especially not when there are thousands of punctate scars! To say there is no reason really not to go in for a transplant is simply the talk of a person who is uneducated about the subject.
 
 
 
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Boromir.3 years ago
"So if you are unhappy with your bald look and would want a head full of hair, there is no reason really not to go in for a transplant."

Wow. Just one word: Ignorant. A long linear scar at the back of your head will almost certainly rule out having your head trimmed shorter than 1cm, and FUE punctate scars, apart from greatly reducing the thickness of your hair, are no so invisible either. Especially not when there are thousands of punctate scars! To say there is no reason really not to go in for a transplant is simply the talk of a person who is uneducated about the subject.
 
 
 
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Boromir.3 years ago
"So if you are unhappy with your bald look and would want a head full of hair, there is no reason really not to go in for a transplant."

Wow. Just one word: Ignorant. A long linear scar at the back of your head will almost certainly rule out having your head trimmed shorter than 1cm, and FUE punctate scars, apart from greatly reducing the thickness of your hair, are no so invisible either. Especially not when there are thousands of punctate scars! To say there is no reason really not to go in for a transplant is simply the talk of a person who is uneducated about the subject.
 
 
 
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Boromir.3 years ago
"So if you are unhappy with your bald look and would want a head full of hair, there is no reason really not to go in for a transplant."

Wow. Just one word: Ignorant. A long linear scar at the back of your head will almost certainly rule out having your head trimmed shorter than 1cm, and FUE punctate scars, apart from greatly reducing the thickness of your hair, are no so invisible either. Especially not when there are thousands of punctate scars! To say there is no reason really not to go in for a transplant is simply the talk of a person who is uneducated about the subject.
 
 
 
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Boromir.3 years ago
"So if you are unhappy with your bald look and would want a head full of hair, there is no reason really not to go in for a transplant."

Wow. Just one word: Ignorant. A long linear scar at the back of your head will almost certainly rule out having your head trimmed shorter than 1cm, and FUE punctate scars, apart from greatly reducing the thickness of your hair, are no so invisible either. Especially not when there are thousands of punctate scars! To say there is no reason really not to go in for a transplant is simply the talk of a person who is uneducated about the subject.
 
 
 
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Boromir.3 years ago
"So if you are unhappy with your bald look and would want a head full of hair, there is no reason really not to go in for a transplant."

Wow. Just one word: Ignorant. A long linear scar at the back of your head will almost certainly rule out having your head trimmed shorter than 1cm, and FUE punctate scars, apart from greatly reducing the thickness of your hair, are no so invisible either. Especially not when there are thousands of punctate scars! To say there is no reason really not to go in for a transplant is simply the talk of a person who is uneducated about the subject.
 
 
 
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Boromir.3 years ago
"So if you are unhappy with your bald look and would want a head full of hair, there is no reason really not to go in for a transplant."

Wow. Just one word: Ignorant. A long linear scar at the back of your head will almost certainly rule out having your head trimmed shorter than 1cm, and FUE punctate scars, apart from greatly reducing the thickness of your hair, are no so invisible either. Especially not when there are thousands of punctate scars! To say there is no reason really not to go in for a transplant is simply the talk of a person who is uneducated about the subject.
 
 
 
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Boromir.3 years ago
"So if you are unhappy with your bald look and would want a head full of hair, there is no reason really not to go in for a transplant."

Wow. Just one word: Ignorant. A long linear scar at the back of your head will almost certainly rule out having your head trimmed shorter than 1cm, and FUE punctate scars, apart from greatly reducing the thickness of your hair, are no so invisible either. Especially not when there are thousands of punctate scars! To say there is no reason really not to go in for a transplant is simply the talk of a person who is uneducated about the subject.
 
 
 
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Boromir.3 years ago
"So if you are unhappy with your bald look and would want a head full of hair, there is no reason really not to go in for a transplant."

Wow. Just one word: Ignorant. A long linear scar at the back of your head will almost certainly rule out having your head trimmed shorter than 1cm, and FUE punctate scars, apart from greatly reducing the thickness of your hair, are no so invisible either. Especially not when there are thousands of punctate scars! To say there is no reason really not to go in for a transplant is simply the talk of a person who is uneducated about the subject.
 
 
 
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Boromir.3 years ago
"So if you are unhappy with your bald look and would want a head full of hair, there is no reason really not to go in for a transplant."

Wow. Just one word: Ignorant. A long linear scar at the back of your head will almost certainly rule out having your head trimmed shorter than 1cm, and FUE punctate scars, apart from greatly reducing the thickness of your hair, are no so invisible either. Especially not when there are thousands of punctate scars! To say there is no reason really not to go in for a transplant is simply the talk of a person who is uneducated about the subject.
 
 
 
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