Hereditary Hair Loss

Almost all men and women will notice hair loss or thinning as they age. Hereditary pattern baldness is very common cause of hair loss caused by some combination of genetics, age and hormone levels.

Androgenic alopecia is also referred to hereditary hair loss. If family members who have experienced hair loss there is an increase possibility you may experience hereditary hair loss.

The most common type of hair loss starts in males from about the age of 30, but could occur at any age past puberty. It is known as male pattern baldness.

It is thought to be hereditary and is also dependent on the extent to which the male hormone testosterone is converted in the scalp to another hormone, dihydroxytestosterone.

Hair loss is not something that happens to women only after the menopause. It is also known as female pattern baldness.

The typical pattern is thinning over the top of the head or crown while maintaining a frontal hairline.

It usually begins about the age of 30, becomes noticeable around age 40, and may be even more noticeable after menopause.

By the age of 50 almost half of women will experience some degree of hair thinning.

At Hergroei we understand that we cannot cure male and female hereditary pattern balding but we have found a way to slow the hair loss process. Using Rebalancing Hair Regrowth Serum earlier as a treatment will help prevent further hair loss.

All information provided is based of our investigation & research, We are not doctors or claim to be one. Always seek medical advice, if you have any further concerns.