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Thinning Hair

Hair loss can affect both men and women and may occur on the scalp or the entire body. It can be temporary or permanent and can result from various factors such as heredity, hormonal changes (e.g., pregnancy, menopause), medical conditions (e.g., thyroid disorders, autoimmune diseases), medications, stress, nutritional deficiencies, or aging.


Baldness typically refers to excessive hair loss from the scalp, often resulting in a visibly receding hairline or thinning crown. Hereditary hair loss, known as androgenetic alopecia, is the most common cause of baldness, particularly in men. It is characterized by a progressive miniaturization of hair follicles due to genetic and hormonal factors.

Treatments for Thinning hair

Skin needling



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