My grandfather, father, uncles and older cousins started losing hair in their late 20s.
Hair thinning is a result of lupus, which is an incurable disease. Still, I continuously research for tips on how to make my hair thicker.” *Sonny, 36 years old, car rental owner “A bald head does not suit me…” Photo courtesy of Unsplash via Pexels “When I started noticing bald patches on my head, my wife casually advised me to shave my hair.
It sounded like it is the most obvious solution; only that a bald head does not suit me! Wearing a wig is out of the question so now I cannot leave the house without a baseball cap.
Everything was cool until my hairline started receding.
I know my appearance had little impact on the content of my work, but I slowly lost the confidence to post my photos online. I’ve decided to undergo hair restoration procedures.” Albert, 40 years old, IT officer “There is nothing cool about patchy hair…” Photo courtesy of msandersmusic via Pixabay “There is nothing cool about patchy hair or alopecia areata. I wish there was a better way of going through this.” Ibarra, 35 years old, legal assistant “My balding spots are my family’s favorite source of humor.” Photo courtesy of Unsplash via Pexels “My balding spots are my family’s favorite source of humor.
There are hair restoration innovations I’m open to trying as soon as I am able.” Lucas, 32 years old, copywriter “Balding is a fact of life that one cannot easily accept because it affects one’s self-image.
“ Photo courtesy of Unsplash via Pexels “All men in my family suffer from hairloss.
I applied aloe vera on my scalp thrice a week to help my hair regrow.
There has been a bit of improvement over the past 11 months, but I need a faster fix.” Paolo, 29 years old, blogger “Balding is a true confidence killer.” Photo courtesy of Unsplash via Pexels “As a travel blogger, I take a lot of photos and most of which I need to include myself.
I don’t think any woman would find my receding hairline appealing.