Hair transplanters aren’t miracle workers

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 Hair transplanters aren’t miracle workers. They’ll transplant hair into a section of your head, and that will grow a treat. But the bits they haven’t touched will continue to thin as normal. So factor that in. Either make sure you get everything done, or know that the bits they left will continue to go bald. Again it seems obvious, but worth reiterating nonetheless.

I appeared on the telly to talk about the rivalry between Manchester United and Liverpool, around eight months after my initial procedure. It was the first time I was doing so with my new hair. I’m not the most eloquent or well-informed pundit, as it is evident…

The Best Hair Loss Treatments for Every Budget

Hair loss affects up to 50 percent of women. I’m part of the 50 percent you don’t want to be in. And that’s how I came to know that once you start to look­, there are solutions in so many corners of your world.

Hair loss affects up to 50 percent of women. I’m part of the 50 percent you don’t want to be in. And that’s how I came to know that once you start to look­, there are solutions to this common problem in so many corners of your world. Read on to find out what they are.

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Supplements and essential oils can make a difference — you just have to know which ones to look for.

1. Rosemary essential oil. It smells amazing, but that’s not why you’ll want it — studies show rosemary oil can promote hair growth, says Francesca Fusco, a dermatologist in New York City. She recommends placing a drop or two of the essential oil (around $8 for half an ounce) into your shampoo before massaging it into your scalp.

2. Oil-rich conditioner. strength,” says Paradi Mirmirani, a hair-loss specialist and dermatologist in Vallejo, California. In other words, oils make hair less likely to break under pressure, which is especially important for thinning hair that’s prone to snapping when brushed or styled. Mirmirani recommends using a conditioner fortified with natural oils, like, which contains avocado oil ($8), or  with coconut oil ($10). That one’s got an added benefit: “Coconut oil has been shown to penetrate hair,” says cosmetic chemist Randy Schueller, so it makes your hair stronger from the inside out. (Just don’t load up on pure coconut oil. “You might overshampoo your hair to get it out, and then you’ll end up drying your hair and undoing any benefit,” says Fusco.)

3. Supplements. Dermatologists don’t consider  (which hairstylists and models have praised for years) the go-to supplement for thicker hair. “It’s always been purported to help grow hair, but little to no data exists to support its use,” says Nicole Rogers, a dermatologist and hair-transplant surgeon in Metairie, Louisiana.

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