caviar for alopeciaUsing caviar oil to stop hair loss!

According to the Daily Star Prince Harry is beginning to suffer from aggressive hair loss and he’s now facing a race against time to protect his barnet before walking down the aisle With Meghan Markle.  According to the paper he’s planning to propose to her any time and has taken to using caviar oil “in an attempt to preserve his hair for the big day”.

Androgenic alopecia is hereditary

OK so this really is all conjecture at best, but there is a reasonable chance that he will start to lose his hair soon if he isn’t already.  Androgenic alopecia or male pattern baldness is hereditary (just like the throne) and you only have to look at the paternal and maternal lines to see that hair loss at an early age is common for his male antecedents. The problem with androgenic alopecia is that it really isn’t reversible.  It’s possible to stem the loss with compounds such as minoxidil or finasteride but they won’t cure the problem, just hold off the inevitable.

SMP could be the solution for Harry

One solution that might work particularly well for the Prince, who has something of a rugged bad boy image is Scalp Micropigmentation (SMP).  It does involve taking the plunge and shaving the whole lot off but in the right hands he could be left with a tough guy crew cut. The procedure takes place over 2-3 sessions where a practitioner creates a 3D layered look by injecting microdots of organic ink pigment into the scalp.  Done properly by a professional who’s half engineer, half artist the results can be astoundingly realistic and indistinguishable from the real thing.  Whilst it’s not likely to be an issue for Harry the costs aren’t prohibitive either. If you want to find to find out more about any of the issues raised in this blog or the available treatments then please contact us at His Hair Clinic on +44(0)845 359 2924



By Ian Watson


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