Decoding the Effectiveness of Hair Loss Treatments


Decoding the Effectiveness of Hair Loss Treatments

  • 11 April 2024
  • Hair Experts @ AHS
  • 4 min. read

Both men and women may find it distressing to combat hair loss. Loss of confidence and self-esteem could impact one’s social and private life. Consequently, many different hair loss therapies, medications, and dietary supplements exist. But it’s still unclear whether hair loss remedies work. The difficulty is that some variables can impact hair loss remedies’ effectiveness. The effectiveness of hair loss treatments will be discussed in this blog, along with any potential drawbacks.

Causes of Hair Loss

Both men and women can face hair loss, a prevalent condition. The medical term for hair loss, Alopecia, has numerous reasons. Some of the most typical reasons for hair loss include:


One of the most usual causes of hair loss is genetics. A genetic condition known as male- and female-pattern baldness can cause hair loss in particular head regions.

Hormonal Changes

Changes in hormone levels can also affect hair loss. Due to changes in hormone levels, women may suffer hair loss during pregnancy or menopause.

Medical Issues

Conditions, including thyroid illness and autoimmune disorders, can bring on hair loss. Sometimes the medication used to treat these issues have hair loss as a side effect.


Telogen effluvium, a type of hair loss, can be brought on by high stress. Hair follicles in this condition go into a resting period, which results in more hair falling out.

Nutritional Inadequacy

Hair loss can also be attributed to a deficiency in essential nutrients like selenium, vitamin D, and iron.

Treatments and Hairstyles

Hair follicle damage and loss can be caused by particular hairstyles and hair products like chemical straightening and coloring.

Genetics, hormonal shifts, medical conditions, stress, nutritional deficiencies, and specific hairstyles and treatments are a few factors that can cause hair loss. Determining the underlying reason for hair loss is crucial to create a successful treatment strategy and halting further hair loss. A hair doctor can identify the root of hair loss and prescribe the best treatment.

Types of Hair Loss Treatments

Types of Hair Loss Treatments

Fortunately, there are multiple treatments available that can help avoid, slow down, or even reverse hair loss. Some of the most well-liked hair loss treatments for women and men are:

Laser Treatment

Low red or near-infrared radiation is applied to the scalp during low-level laser treatment. (LLLT). This treatment may encourage new hair development by stimulating the hair follicles and surging blood flow to the head.

Hair Transplant

Small hair pieces are removed from the sides or back of the head and placed into bald or thinning areas during the hair transplant procedure. It is a long-term hair loss treatment, but depending on how much hair is lost, it might be costly and take several sessions.

Hair Extensions and Wigs

Those with significant hair loss have a non-surgical alternative in the form of hairpieces and extensions. To fit any person’s head and hair they are available in various designs, hues, and materials to fit any person’s head and hair.

Lifestyle Changes

Reducing stress, improving nutrition, and getting enough sleep are a few lifestyle adjustments that can help stop or slow down hair loss. The general condition and appearance of the hair can be enhanced by leading a healthy lifestyle

With modern technology getting better every day, there are numerous hair fall treatments accessible. It’s crucial to review your choices with a medical expert and pick a course of action suitable for your particular type of hair loss and general state of health

Research Studies on Hair Loss Treatments

Many ways to address hair loss include medications, topical solutions, and surgical procedures. However, in pursuit of finding better, the development of novel treatments for hair loss was the subject of multiple pieces of research.

  1. Researchers at the Department of Stem Cell and Regenerative Biology discovered the ability to create mature, completely functional rodent hair follicles in vitro. In 23 days, the “hair follicle organoids” generated hair shafts that developed to a length of about 3 millimeters.
  2. Finasteride, spironolactone, and minoxidil can be used to address hair loss. Finasteride treats male-pattern hair loss because it inhibits androgen action. Spironolactone treats female-pattern hair loss because it is a less effective androgen activity suppressant than finasteride. A topical medication called minoxidil widens blood vessels so more blood vessels can reach the hair follicles.
  3. In addition to medicines, surgical treatments for hair loss include scalp reduction surgery and hair transplants. A hair transplant includes moving hair from one area of the head to another. During a scalp reduction procedure, bald spots are removed from the scalp, and the remaining skin is stretched over the region to fill it in.
  4. According to a study released in Developmental Cell, the fight against male- and female-pattern hair loss may depend on a compound called SCUBE3. Scientists have demonstrated in mouse tests that SCUBE3 can stimulate hair growth in dormant mouse follicles and even in human follicles that have been grafted onto mice.

Overall, there are many treatments for hair loss, and ongoing study is aimed at creating new remedies to aid those who suffer from this condition.

Factors that Affect the Effectiveness of Hair Loss Treatments

The efficacy of hair loss treatments can vary based on several variables. The following variables can influence how well hair loss treatments work:

Primary Factor Causing Hair Loss

The underlying reason for hair loss may impact the effectiveness of treatments. For instance, hair loss brought on by illnesses or drug side effects may not respond to treatments for androgenetic alopecia.

Age of the Person

A person’s age can also impact the efficacy of hair loss therapies. Younger people may respond better to hair thinning treatments than older people due to differences in hair follicle activity and treatment response.

Degree of Baldness

The severity of the hair loss may also affect how well a therapy works. People with milder to moderate hair loss may respond to treatments more favorably than those with extreme hair loss.

Type of Therapy

Its success may also depend on the type of treatment. Surgery rather than medicine may be preferable for advanced hair loss, whereas mild to moderate hair loss may be better treated with topical medications.

Compliance with Treatment

The success of the recommended treatment plan can also be impacted by adherence to it. To see effects, the treatment must be used consistently over time.

Lifestyle Elements

Lifestyle variables like diet, exercise, and stress levels can also impact the effectiveness of hair growth treatments. Treatment success may be increased by leading a healthy lifestyle.

Individual Response

Last, a person’s response to a treatment may differ from others and vice versa, as everyone has a different pace and reaction toward the treatment.

Individuals can increase their possibility of success and make informed choices about hair regrowth treatments for women and men by being aware of these factors. Finding the best treatment choices based on personal factors can be easier with consultation from a hair specialist doctor, or restoration specialist.


Hair loss treatments can boost self-confidence and make individuals feel comfortable in their own flesh. With multiple hair loss treatments and so much information everywhere, a hair doctor should be consulted to dictate the course of action. Visit the Advanced Hair Studio for the best treatment. Make an appointment or go to your neighborhood AHS hair studio right immediately.

Mr. Mones, Head- Hair expert @AHS India

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Mr. Mones, Head- Hair expert @AHS India

An ardent believer in maintaining perfection when it comes to hair & beauty, Mr. Mones holds an electrical engineering degree and has followed his life-long love for hair through Advanced Hair Studio.

In 2002, he decided to follow his passion for hair and beauty as he took multiple courses in the field and established his name in the industry by 2004.

Mr. Mones took the opportunity to work with one of the top brands in Abu Dhabi - Yas Island, as a ‘Top Hairstylist’. He underwent training with Loreal Academy to be a color specialist and achieved the post of trainer and branch manager for the company. In 2015, he joined Advanced Hair Studio as a Hair Expert and received training from AHS headquarters in Australia Melbourne.

Quickly he became a regional trainer and technical head of Middles East and the Subcontinent. To keep up with the latest trends and upskill himself and his team, he attended multiple workshops and seminars. In 2017 he attended another training at AHS headquarters for quality control, after which he got promoted to QC Manager and Product Development head. He yearns to upskill and work towards keeping himself on top of his game in the hair replacement industry.

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