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    6 Hair Loss Myths Debunked

    HairLossMythThinning hair, embarrassing bald spots, and receding hairlines affect millions of people. But even though hair loss is so common, there are still misconceptions about balding. Discover the truth about six common hair loss myths.

    Myth: Only men lose their hair.

    Fact: Millions of both men and women experience hair loss. Men tend to notice bald patches on the top of the head or thinning around the hairline. On the other hand, women often maintain their hairline, but experience thinning throughout the entire scalp.

    Myth: Hair loss comes from your mother’s side of the family.

    Fact: Hereditary alopecia can be passed down from either parent.

    Myth: There is no solution to hair loss.

    Fact: Minoxidil is a FDA approved hair loss treatment that effectively stimulates hair growth and helps stop hair loss. Along with Minoxidil, there are many other hair loss solutions, such as hair lasers and herbal ingredients that may help combat hair loss and promote a healthy head of hair.

    Myth: Shampooing too much can contribute to hair loss.

    Fact: Normal shampooing does not cause additional hair loss. However, it’s typical to shed 100 to 200 hairs each day, and many people notice some of that shedding while shampooing.

    Myth: Balding only happens to seniors.

    Fact: Balding and thinning affects young and old alike. Alopecia can occur in anyone at any age, but luckily there are many treatment options.

    Myth: Hair styling products can cause hair loss.

    Fact: Hair products like gel, hairspray, or hydrating oils do not contribute to hair loss. In fact, there are many styling products that can actually benefit hair health and growth.

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    Comments For '6 Hair Loss Myths Debunked'

    1. Patrice says:

      Not to belittle this particular product but ‘FDA approved’,is no guarantee of quality or safety

      • BIOVEA says:

        Thank you for your message. FDA approval is widely considered to be a guarantee of quality for products designed for human use, which is why companies across the globe are incorporating quality systems that are consistent with FDA regulations. These regulations ensure that manufacturers establish and follow quality systems to help ensure that their products consistently meet applicable requirements and specifications. The quality systems for FDA-regulated products (food, drugs, biologics, and devices) are known as current good manufacturing practices (CGMP’s). Thank you again and please let us know if you have any additional questions, we’ll be happy to assist you.

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