A receding hairline can occur in both men and women, that’s why Hair Cubed® has developed a unique formula to enhance the receding hairline where its visibly thin, not only does it cover the thinning hair but also clings to the existing area(s) covering and filling in that small area(s) to look fuller and thicker. Our formula has been developed to be an easy process andis as easy as 3 steps.
1. Shake can well- spraying a small mist of fiber into the thinning hair.
2. Brush from front receding line to the crown area, brush for 30 seconds. (Brushing is the key to enhancing the fibers)
3. Spray a small mist of Sealer&Control to add another layer making the areas more resistant and adding a shine.
The hairline is one of the first signs of male pattern baldness and can be caused by a variety of factors a receding hairline can be the first step toward going bald, Today, there is a range of promising ways to manage a receding hairline, thru out hair transplants, toupee, better known as a small wig or artificial hairpiece worn to cover a bald spot and Hair Cubed® cosmetic hair thickener solution that help many people fill in the areas where there’s still hair, covering that small areas where its visibly thin.
The hairline usually begins receding just above the temples. A receding hairline and male pattern baldness are common symptoms in aging people. In women, it can create a V-shape in the middle of the head, known as a widow’s peak.
There is no single pattern that a receding hairline follows, but there are some telling symptoms to keep an eye out for. For example, losing a lot of hair is one such symptom. It is common for people to lose dozens of hairs each day.
There are many causes of a receding hairline. Age although hair loss is usually associated with aging, it may affect young people as well. Hair loss is usually a natural part of aging. There are thousands of hair follicles on the surface of the scalp, each growing their own hair. As these hairs fall out, new ones replace them. But if hair follicles become damaged for any number of reasons, the result can be hair loss and a receding hairline.
Hormonal changes may be the trigger for hair loss in both men and women. A hormone called DHT may have a link to male pattern baldness, as it causes the follicles to shrink to the point that no hair can grow in them anymore.
Family history seems to play a role in receding hairlines. Men with a family history of baldness may be more likely to lose their hair. The loss may even follow a similar pattern as previous generations.
Some medical procedures or treatments may also cause hair loss. A typical example is chemotherapy, which often causes a person's hair to fall out.
Illness or stress may lead to sudden hair loss called telogen effluvium. People usually experience this as an unexpected shedding — where they lose much more hair than usual in a short period. Luckily, this hair loss often reverses itself without treatment.
There may also be a link between particular lifestyle choices and hair loss. People who smoke may experience hair loss faster than people who do not smoke. There may also be a link between receding hairlines and diet. For example, people who do not get enough protein in their diets may lose more hair than people who eat enough protein.Order Now