Category Archives for "Hair Growth"

HairMax Advanced 7 LaserComb Review

The HairMax LaserComb Advanced is being classed as yet another medical breakthrough in the hair growth and hair loss marketplace. According to the manufacturers, this particular device has been tested and proven to re-grow hair for more than 94% of the people who used it.  I think it is refreshing to see that at least […]

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Best Hair Growth Supplements for Men

In this article we take a much closer look at the many hair growth supplements on the UK market. There are plenty of these made by different brands. Do any of them really work? The only good news about buying these types of supplement, is that they are relatively cheap. That means they might be […]

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Best Way to Stop Hair Loss

There are a few different ways that you can try to stop hair loss, but not all of them may work in your own individual case. The facts are that some treatments work well for some people and not for others. Sadly that means that in most cases it really is a matter of trial and error. Millions […]

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Best Hair Loss Shampoo for Men

Most guys I know do not want to lose their hair but the sad fact is that many of them do. So the question that arises, is there a shampoo that helps reduce hair loss available in the market? I don’t know how many of you have heard of Argan oil, but that is the […]

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Best Hair Loss Treatment For Guys

Please do not be too surprised to find that there are actually not that many hair treatments available for men who are losing their hair. If someone had a complete cure for this, then they would of course be a very rich man. Guys start to lose their hair for many different reasons. Primarily it […]

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What Is Scalp Psoriasis

Psoriasis is a common skin condition that makes it feel itchy. It can be easily identified as it forms a flaky, red coloured patches that takes the form of a crust.  That crust then gets covered with light silvery scales. They can appear anywhere on your body, but they are most common on the lower […]

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