Hair Care 

By age 30, half of men start to lose hair they had as a teen and throughout their 20s. The hairline begins to recede, and more of the scalp shows through on the top of the head.

Your genes largely determine whether you will be one of these men but frankly speaking your genes do not necessarily get the final word. Hair loss has multiple other potential causes, including diet, mineral deficiency, medications, severe stress, illness, smoking or pollution.

There is no guarantee that you can prevent hair loss that is hereditary, or caused by factors not within your control; however, you can do the best to give it the greatest chance of staying in top condition and not leaving your head sooner than it needs to.

You can save what you have got and in some cases regrow some of what you have lost with a well planned treatment coupled with a good nutrition and home care.


1. Homoeopathy Medications
2. Vitamins supplements
3. Platelet Rich Plasma (PRP)
4. Mesotherapy
5. Low Level Laser
6. Nutrition
7. Homecare products


Hair Transplantation


Do not wash your head every day, probably once every three days is fine.
Washing too often can do more harm than good. People who wash their head every day to get rid of oil are drying out their scalp and producing more oil to combat the dryness caused by the shampoo.
Washing your head twice or maximum thrice a week is enough. This may seem tough to do at first if you are used to an everyday shampoo, but after about two weeks on the new schedule, you will find yourself with hair that looks healthy and is not too greasy, and subsequently. Use a pH balanced shampoo for regular use and a conditioner to make your crown beautiful.

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