Alopecia Hair Loss

Female Pattern Baldness (Androgenic Alopecia)

The Female Pattern Baldness form of Alopecia Androgenetica is a medical condition often caused by a combination of genetics and hormonal issues. These combined forces often prevent the follicles from regenerating new healthy hairs on the scalp. Generally speaking, women have more widespread hair loss across the entire scalp than men. This makes it easier for women to camouflage hair loss, but often the hair becomes so fine that it eventually becomes difficult, if not impossible, to style. Female Pattern Baldness is actually quite common. The effects are usually of a mild variety and therefore often receptive to hair loss treatments. ThymuSkin’s success rate for women exceeds 90%. Please visit this page for more information about hair loss in women and available female hair loss treatments.

Male Pattern Baldness (Androgenetic Alopecia)

The Male Pattern Baldness (MPB) form of Androgenetic Alopecia is the most common form of hair loss in men. By age 35, two-thirds of American men will have some degree of noticeable hair loss. By age 50 about three-fourths of men have significantly thinning hair. About one quarter of men who acquire male pattern baldness begin to lose their hair before they even turn 21. Contrary to popular belief; most men who suffer from male pattern baldness are not happy about it. ThymuSkin can achieve results about 70% of the time if treatment is started while hair follicles are dormant, but still alive.

Patchy Hair Loss (Alopecia Areata)

Alopecia Areata is the patchy loss of hair on the scalp or body. It can occur at any age and affects approximately 2% of the population. Very often it first appears in children. The reasons for its development are not fully understood. Please visit this page for more information about ThymuSkin's proven success rate for reversing Alopecia Areata.

Loss of all Head Hair (Alopecia Totalis)

Alopecia Totalis is a type of Alopecia that causes total loss of head hair, including all facial hair, eyebrows and eyelashes. This total head baldness often occurs within six months of the first signs of the condition. The underlying cause of Alopecia Totalis and other types of Alopecia is an autoimmune disorder. Many people with this particular form of alopecia find that their hair loss is often caused by stress. ThymuSkin was proven effective, on average, 70% of the time for this type of Alopecia with younger people seeing results faster than people who have suffered with a chronic (re-occuring) case of Totalis throughout their life.

Loss of all Scalp & Body Hair (Alopecia Universalis)

Alopecia Universalis is the most severe form of Alopecia Areata, where there is rapid loss of hair all over the entire head and body, including the eyelashes and eyebrows. It can happen to anyone at any age, and is considered to be an autoimmune disorder. Alopecia Universalis is a disorder that is often inherited as an autosomal recessive trait.  ThymuSkin was proven effective, on average,  65% of the time for this form of Alopecia. First time victims have the greatest chance of success.

Diffuse Alopecia (Telogen Effluvium)

Telogen effluvium (TE) is often recognized as the second most common form of hair loss that dermatologists see. It is a poorly defined condition; very little research has been done to understand TE. In essence though, TE happens when there is a change in the number of hair follicles growing hair. If the number of hair follicles producing hair drops significantly for any reason during the resting, or telogen phase, there will be a significant increase in dormant, telogen stage hair follicles. The result is shedding, or TE hair loss. TE appears as a diffuse thinning of hair on the scalp, which may not be even all over. It can be a bit more severe in some areas of the scalp than others. Most often, the hair on top of the scalp thins more than it does at the sides and back of the scalp. There is usually no hair line recession, except in a few rare chronic cases. People with TE never completely lose all their scalp hair, but the hair can be noticeably thin in severe cases. Whatever form of hair loss TE takes, it is fully reversible. The hair follicles are not permanently or irreversibly affected; there are just more hair follicles in a resting state than there should normally be. Generally, recovery is spontaneous and occurs within 6 months of onset. If it has been longer than 6 months and fewer than 5 years, ThymuSkin can be quite effective in reversing this condition.

Chemotherapy Hair Loss (Anagen Effluvium)

Anagen effluvium is a diffuse hair loss like Telogen Effluvium but it develops much more quickly and individuals may lose all their hair. Anagen Effluvium induced sudden hair loss is caused by various cancer medications, especially Chemotherapy. Some individuals who are receiving anti-cancer drugs can literally pull their hair out in clumps within the first two weeks of treatment. Please visit this page for more information about ThymuSkin and it's efficacy in preventing and reversing chemo hair loss.
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