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Your Genetic Thinning Hair Makes You Look 10 Years Older? Here Are the 3 Best Ways to Safeguard Your Hair!

Some people are born with sparse, thin and fine hair, while some may suffer from genetic hair loss, which will worsen at the age of 30 to 40. The hair follicles on the hairline and crown will shrink, leading to hair loss, thinning hair, and even baldness.

Thinning hair=Too many hair follicles in the telogen phase

An adult normally has around 100,000 hairs, which are produced by a skin organ called hair follicle. Yet, hair follicles do not always grow hair. The hair growth cycle has three phases: anagen, catagen and telogen. Healthy people normally have most of their hair follicles in the anagen phase, hence their thick hair. On the contrary, people born with thin hair have more and more hair follicles entering into the telogen phase. If they are also stressed out by their hair loss problem, it can intensify their problems of hair loss and thinning hair, making them look 10 years older.

If you experience the above situation, you can try out the following 3 ways to care and nourish your hair follicles by maintaining a good lifestyle and habits.

Improve your shampoo habit

Washing your hair the wrong way can lead to thinning hair day by day. Never apply the shampoo directly on your scalp when washing your hair. The high concentration of shampoo could irritate the scalp or clog the hair follicles. The correct way is to mix and rub the shampoo with water on your palm until it becomes foamy, and then scrub your scalp with your fingertips. Start applying conditioner from 3 cm away from the ends of your hair. Do not apply on the scalp as it may clog the hair follicles and cause hair loss. Rinse your hair with water around 35-40°C since hot water will damage the protective barrier of the skin and impair the scalp’s resistance to bacterial infection, leading to a sensitive scalp and brittle hair.

Moisturise and protect your scalp from the sun

Excess ultraviolet light will wreak havoc on your scalp when exposed for 20 minutes. Therefore, you should use sun-protective measures such as wearing a hat or using an umbrella to avoid the scalp’s direct exposure to the blazing sun. In the dry autumn and winter, your scalp can become dehydrated easily. When your hair cannot receive enough nutrients, they become thin and brittle, leading to hair loss. You should nourish and moisturise your hair to prevent dry and fragile hair.

Avoid wearing hats and using hair sprays

Many people with thin hair go out with their hats on to avoid catching eyes. Yet, wearing hats for a long time will trap heat and sweat inside the hat, which may damage the hair follicles. In addition, if you often use hair sprays and do not rinse them off completely, the chemical residue will accumulate on the scalp and may clog the hair follicles, intensifying the hair loss problem. Therefore, you should change these habits to cultivate a hygienic and healthy scalp environment for your hair follicles.

Hair Forest’s RGA Growth Factors Hair Regrowth Treatment

When hair follicles enter into the telogen phase, it is hard to awaken them with general methods. Hair Forest’s RGA Growth Factors Hair Regrowth Treatment can help you in this situation. The treatment has received approvals from FDA and PMDA (a Japanese agency) and the CE certification from the EU. It utilises a minimally invasive cell transplant technology to extract cells in your hair follicles from your scalp. Advanced microdissection technology will then be employed to extract growth factors in 3 minutes to restore a healthy scalp, awaken dormant hair follicles, and promote thick hair growth. The whole surgery only takes 30 minutes and achieves a cell survival rate of up to 93%. The surgery is also minimally invasive and will not interfere with work and daily activities.

  • A revolutionary technology, FDA (U.S.) and PMDA (Japan) approved, and CE-certified (EU)

  • Suitable for hair follicles that have not completely shrunk

  • Visible results of thicker and longer hair in 30 days after the treatment

  • Results last for 2 years

  • A 150-hour treatment session conducted by a professional and well-trained doctor team

Q1. Who is suitable for receiving RGA Hair Regrowth Treatment?

RGA Growth Factors Hair Regrowth Treatment targets early and middle-stage hair loss. If you notice signs of hair loss, the earlier you receive RGA Growth Factors Hair Regrowth Treatment, the better results you will get.

Q2. Is RGA Hair Regrowth Treatment safe?

The treatment is approved by FDA and PMDA, and CE-certified in the EU. As the treatment involves extraction and insertion procedures, the doctor team must receive training for a long time and be capable of conducting a safe and quick procedure. Doctors will utilise professional technology to extract 2g of growth factors from the scalp on the back of the head near the neckline, and put them into the RGA device for high-speed isolation. “Hair follicle seed” will be produced and then injected into the scalp area that suffers from hair loss to stimulate hair regrowth.

Q3. What is the difference between RGA Hair Regrowth Treatment and hair transplant?

To put it simply, a traditional hair transplant involves extracting healthy hair follicles from the scalp and transplanting them to the area that suffers from hair loss. This process similar to transplanting rice seedlings can promote hair growth. Yet, if the area of hair loss is large, more hair follicles have to be extracted and the procedure will become more invasive. After a successful transplant, the area with hair loss will grow new hair in around 6 to 9 months*. However, the new hairs may fall off again, making your time and effort futile.

RGA Hair Regrowth Treatment can treat a large area with hair loss by only extracting small tissues from a few areas. The result can last for 2 years, while the procedure is less invasive and requires a shorter recovery period.

Source: Hair Forest

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