Hair Loss in Men

Attention, gentlemen!

Did you know that about 85% of men will experience some level of hair loss in their lifetime? It’s all tied to testosterone and its by-product, DHT, which can shrink hair follicles. Plus, genetic predisposition makes us more susceptible to losing hair.

Some men start battling male pattern hair loss as early as their teens and twenties.

Here are some signs to watch out for:


Gradual thinning on the top of your head, especially at the hairline.


Circular or patchy bald spots that might itch or be painful.


Sudden hair loosening due to physical or emotional shocks.


Full-body hair loss, often a result of medical treatments like chemotherapy.


Scaling patches spreading over the scalp.

Root causes of hair loss in men:

Genetics and hormonal changes: Genetics play a pivital role in hair loss. Dihydrotestosterone (DHT), a testosterone derivative, influences hair follicles, causing gradual thinning.

Age: Ageing affects hair follicle activity, causing slower growth and heightened vulnerability to hair loss.

Medical Conditions: Medical conditions that accelerate hair loss – from thyroid disorders to autoimmune diseases. Our expertise addresses various health-related factors contributing to your hair concerns.

Lifestyle: Your stress, diet and trauma can trigger hair loss and shedding. We will guide you on measures to improve your lifestyle and overall wellbeing.