Laser therapy uses infrared light to stimulate and promote hair growth on the head, according to Leonard Hair Transplant Associates. Its versatility makes it ideal for men and women with hair loss problems because it sto... More »

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Some examples of effective solutions for hair loss include medications, surgery, laser therapy and wigs, according to Mayo Clinic. Sometimes, doctors may recommend a combination of different treatments based on the cause... More »

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Some of the most highly rated home treatments for hair loss include using a nioxin shampoo and improving the diet, according to Men's Fitness. An over-the-counter drug that helps treat hair loss is minoxidil, commonly kn... More »

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Hair crowns, or hair whorls, are patterns of hair growth that can be seen as a "spiral" on the back of the head. Double hair crowns appear as two spirals. In a 1975 genetic study by Wunderlich and Hereema, 1.5 percent of... More »

According to the FDA, laser hair removal should be referred to as laser hair reduction because it doesn't always remove unwanted hair, but it can reduce or stunt hair growth. The lasers target the root of the hair to slo... More »

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Honey is a natural antioxidant and promotes hair growth by keeping the scalp healthy, according to Naturally Curly. Honey also has natural antibacterial properties which can help keep the scalp clear of bacteria that may... More »

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As of 2015, there is insufficient evidence to rate the effectiveness of saw palmetto as a hair loss treatment, though some men claim that it helps them grow more hair, reports MedlinePlus. The limited available research ... More »

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