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Early stages of baldness can be one of the most difficult things a person can go through, especially when it starts happening at a young age. It is estimated that over 60% of men and over 40% of women will suffer from some form of thinning by the age of 40. This is why so many people are seeking treatments and advice on the subject of hair loss.

If you are suffering from early stages of hair fall, then here is a hair loss plan that can prevent the effects of early baldness and help you maintain healthy hair growth.


If you suffer from thinning at the crown area of the scalp then this can be treated. Start off with the Minoxidil treatment. Minoxidil is a medically approved treatment for hair loss, proven to give results. You may be more familiar with it as Regaine, which you can purchase in most chemists or supermarkets. However, Minoxidil can be purchased for cheaper with brands like Kirkland - it's exactly the same product at just a fraction of the price.

Minoxidil comes in two forms - liquid and foam - most users prefer the foam, as it dries instantly, and is less messy to apply. If you are male then you will want the 5% solution, and it's 2% solution for females, respectively. Apply 1ml (half a cap) twice a day (morning and night) every day. One can of Minoxidil foam will last you around four weeks.

You might feel a little dizzy during the first few applications, but these symptoms should go away as you get used to it.


Saw Palmetto is a North American plant extract. Studies have shown it can prevent the formation of DHT (the cause of baldness). It's a potent extract, so caution is advised. Saw Palmetto is also a good treatment to help prevent the risks of prostate cancer. Many users have noticed less amount of shedding from taking Saw Palmetto.

HR23+ contains 250mg of Saw Palmetto, and although caution is advised, generally there is no harm in adding a little extra Saw Palmetto to your daily intake. Just make sure you don't take too much. 350mg-550mg should suffice. Women who are pregnant and breastfeeding should not take Saw Palmetto.


Biotin is a hair growth promoter, so be sure to add it to your daily intake. Just be sure to stick to them, and don't miss a dosage. Biotin pills are cheap, high dosage, and effective. While Saw Palmetto helps prevent the shedding, Biotin helps promote hair growth - so it's a great combination. HR23+ also contains Biotin, but an additional serving per day is quite safe, and it will give you an even greater chance of promoting healthier, thicker, fasting growing hair.


There has not been any scientific proof that shampoos can prevent hair loss and help regrow hair. Caffeine-based shampoos like Alpecin are not scientifically proven to treat hair loss, however, the Biotin & Collagen shampoo by OGX is definitely worth considering. It won't perform miracles, but it will certainly do more good than harm. Use it 3-4 times a week.

You can just get that from your local supermarket or chemist, at around £6 a bottle. A little goes a long way with this stuff, so it should last you 5-6 weeks.


For the hair to thrive, we all need to get certain vitamins and minerals in our daily diet, but this is near impossible through food alone. So, multi-vitamin supplements do that for you. When taking HR23+, you'll be consuming key hair ingredients like Folic Acid, MSM, Choline, and Gingko Biloba through one convenient pill.

This carefully formulated multi-vitamin hair supplement is packed with 23 hair beneficiary ingredients. This supplement has been getting positive reviews from its male and female users, so it is definitely worth a try. Start off with a three-month trial and then asses your results.

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Here's a little secret from the hair loss industry. Consider using a derma roller. A derma roller is a small device that uses pins to puncture tiny wounds into the skin. In order to heal the wounds, the body produces collagen, which promotes the growth of hair follicles.

This device is used for anti-ageing on the facial skin, but users have discovered it can also work to promote hair growth. Just roll the pins along the desired area of your scalp once or twice a week. Again, it takes about 1-2 minutes, if that, so no excuses. Derma rollers are mega cheap too (under £10).