Just the Facts:
High levels of DHT in the blood result in baldness that is characterized by significant hair loss in the front, on top of the scalp, and around the crown at the back of the head. This typically results in total baldness from forehead to crown while remaining hair displays itself in a horseshoe pattern around the sides and back of the head. Though the degree of hair loss will vary from one individual to the next, the pattern is always the same.
- ‘Male pattern baldness’ causes over 95% off all hair loss in men & women, but affects both genders in very different patterns
- Nutrition plays an important role in maintaining your hair
- Women are more susceptible to exterior affections leading to hair loss