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Jun 11, 2007

Hair Restoration Products: Do they Really Work?

By Judy Wellsworth

The question of hair restoration products and do they really work is on that doesn’t offer a yes or no answer. This is because many of them do work on some individuals while others don’t see any results from them. This is very common due to a person’s medical issues, body chemistry, and the reason behind their hair loss. It is very similar to the way some cancer patients respond well to treatment and others don’t. Everyone is different so no one treatment works on all of us.

Some of the various hair restoration products on the market have been very effective in helping with hair loss. However, many of them don’t promote the fight against hair loss in the manner in which they advertise. After a hair follicle dies it won’t come back to life. Each of us will have millions of hair follicles that die in our lifetime. Generally new follicles open up in close proximity so we don’t even notice.

Many of the hair restoration products out there use this information to help stimulate the scalp so that new hair follicles grow. Topical solutions that get applied to the scalp make new hair grow in that area. This gives the user the false belief that new hair has grown from their dead follicles because they don’t realize new hair follicles have been created. So, hair restoration products do work but not as they claim to. Most people who use such hair restoration products don’t really care. They are just happy to be able to grow more hair.

Many people who suffer from hair loss use these various hair restoration products. The prices of them have dropped in recent years so more people are able to afford them. New products that enter the market still come out with a hefty price tag. You can expect to pay up to $1,000 for a full month supply.

As we previously discussed, these hair restoration products won’t work for everyone. Those who suffer from diseases on the scalp aren’t able to use them because it can cause a bad reaction or infection. You should always consult with your doctor before you start using any kind of hair restoration products

You can also find more information at loss treatment centers and laser hair. MedicalHairTransplantation.org is a comprehensive resource to help individuals with hair loss identify treatment options such as hair transplant.

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