BEATING BALDNESS ON A BUDGET



Spend less and gain more with a safe and affordable hair care plan that can help reduce hair loss and promote healthy hair growth

Most men suffer from baldness by the time they reach the age of 40.  Losing hair isn't something that's new - it is a natural occurrence that has been handed down to us through countless generations. Men will continue to go bald, and unfortunately, that's as fact.

As things stand, there still isn't a cure for male baldness, or any other type of hair loss for that matter, but there are a host of treatments out there, and although some work better than others, most of them do tend to come with a hefty price tag.

If you're looking to avoid the medically approved treatments such as Finasteride and Minoxidil (both come with nasty side-effects), and save a few bob in the process, then here are five safe, natural, and affordable products that you can try in order to beat baldness.

1. Biotin & Collagen Root Boost Spray

We all know about Biotin and its ability to boost hair growth, so couple that with Collagen, and you have a quite potent mix. We constantly rave about the Biotin & Collagen Shampoo, by OGX, so why not try another product from this line - packed with the same additives for optimal hair health. You can grab one of these sprays for around £5 a bottle, and it should last you a good couple of months at least.

2. Saw Palmetto Topical Serum

The North American plant extract, Saw Palmetto, has been found to inhibit the formation of DHT, which is the cause of baldness. Applying a few drops of Saw Palmetto to your scalp two to three times a week can help reduce the amount of hair you lose, and help pave the way for stronger, fuller hair growth. You should be able to purchase a bottle of Saw Palmetto liquid for under £10.

3. Folic Acid Supplement

Folic acid, an essential B vitamin, is vital to the proper functioning of the human body. A deficiency in Folic Acid can cause a host of medical problems, including the stunting of hair growth. Taking a healthy daily dosage of Folic Acid can help stabilise your hair follicles and help them function properly. Folic Acid supplements can be purchased for around £5.

4. Biotin Supplement

Biotin has been called 'hair food' and rightly so since one of the effects seen most often is an increased rate of growth in the hair when taking biotin supplements on a daily basis. This potent B7 vitamin should be an essential part of our hair care plan, especially if you are suffering from thinning hair. Again, this stuff is cheap, so expect to pay less than £10 for a 10,000mcg bottle.

5. Derma Roller

The derma roller was originally used to minimise wrinkles and other skin imperfections, but it has been discovered that it can also be used as a stimulant for hair growth. The derma roller device works by triggering the production of human growth factor, by wounding the skin and forcing it to create protein through the repairing process.  Use this 2-3 times a week for best results.  Price wise, you should be able to purchase a 0.2mm derma roller for around £10.

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