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The Best Treatments to Stop and Regrow a Receding Hairline, According to Experts
If you’re looking to thicken up a receding hairline, there are plenty of effective (and fast!) longterm treatments available. We asked dermatologists to break down all the best short and longterm treatments available.
BY KALEIGH FASANELLA
NOVEMBER 17, 2018
When glancing around at family gatherings, you might notice that some of your male relatives are, or are at least starting to, experience what’s known as a receding hairline. Thinning in this area (mainly above the forehead and around the perimeter of the face) is widely common in men, and is directly associated with age: The Journal of Investigative Dermatology says nearly up to 80 percent of European men may have a receding hairline by the time they’re 80 years old.
While it’s true this form of hair loss impacts more men than it does women, this isn’t to say us ladies aren’t affected. Fewer than 50 percent of women have a completely full head of hair for their whole lives, which means if you’re noticing sparseness around the hairline (also called bitemporal recessions), you are far from alone.
Nevertheless, if you’re here, let’s be real: It’s not because you want a spiel on self-acceptance or commiserating with your neighbor, but because you’re looking for solutions. And you’ve come to the right place. Allure spoke with four experts who kindly shared their insight on the matter. Ahead, find fast and long-term fixes for a receding hairline, straight from the pros.