There are millions of people living in our world and all of these people have different body characteristics. For example, they have different types of hair. Curly, straight, wavy, red, blonde, and black hair is the most common hair types. People may even suffer from different hair loss types including male pattern baldness and alopecia areata. However, there is a specific type of hair loss in which hair thinning all over the head can be seen.
Equal hair loss all over the head is also male pattern baldness. This means that your hair loss was probably transferred via heredity. In this type of male pattern baldness, there will be no receding in the hairline. However, the scalp does not have a topical look on its appearance.
There are a couple of ways to fight against this type of male pattern baldness. For example, you can use hair growth products like finasteride or minoxidil. However, you should not use these products unless your doctor suggests them to you. There is something you should know about such products before using them.
Hair growth products like finasteride and minoxidil take effect when as long as they’re used. They make your little and weak hair follicles bigger and stronger. They do not create new hair follicles. Most people think that such products completely create new hair follicles which is a total misconception.
If you stop or reduce the use of hair minoxidil or finasteride, your hair follicles will return to their original size. This means that such products only boost your hair follicles’ size and appearance for a temporary time. However, they are pretty good at providing a topical effect on scalps that suffer from equal hair loss all over its area.