He’s probably the most famous soccer player of all time. But David Beckham is almost as famous for his hair as he is for his footballing talent. I mean, his free kick against Greece was impressive, but far more impressive are the sheer number of hairstyles he’s had over the years. Becks is obviously a guy who cares about his hair, and if he was going bald you’d expect him to take action. So, has David Beckham had a hair transplant?
Since the discovery in 2012 of a link between androgenetic alopecia (male pattern hair loss) and PGD2, the race has been on to find a hair loss cure based on this discovery. Big pharma is currently trialling a range of PGD2-based hair loss treatments. But many natural products that may reduce PGD2 already exist. One of them is resveratrol – but is it effective for treating hair loss?
Back in June 2011, the Manchester United and Everton striker announced via Twitter that he’d had a hair transplant. Though not the first celebrity to opt for hair restoration surgery, few are as open and honest about it as Wayne Rooney. Since then, the soccer star has had a second procedure to bolster his barnet futher. This article will answer the key questions surrounding Rooney’s transplant: how much did it cost? Where did he got it done? Is it falling out?
Recent advances in the understanding of male pattern hair loss mean we’re closer than ever to a cure. But there’s a lot of information out there, and it’s sometimes a matter of connecting the dots and seeing the links. In this article, we’ll look at two related hair loss therapies and the common links between them.
Entrepreneur, reality TV star, and now president of the United States. But the most impressive thing about Donald Trump has got to be his hair. For years, people have speculated what’s going on with it. Is it real? A wig? A hair system? Or, has Donald Trump had a hair transplant? Let’s get to the bottom of this once and for all.
It’s another football hair transplant: Cesc Fabregas. And while he’s never been as bald as some of his fellow players and managers, there’s no denying the change in his hair line. Before leaving Barcelona, Fabregas was noticeably receding. But by the end of his first year at Chelsea, he had perfect hair once again. Let’s take a look at the photos. Continue reading Has CESC FABREGAS had a Hair Transplant?
Could it really be that simple? Aspirin, one of oldest and most widely available medicines, may hold the key to stopping hair loss. We know it’s helpful for reducing inflammation – a common side effect of male pattern hair loss – but it also fits with recent breakthroughs in hair loss research. So, can aspirin stop hair loss?
Clinical psychologist Dr. Jordan Peterson shot to fame in 2016 with his criticism of the Canadian Government’s C-16 Bill. This controversy drew attention to his Youtube lecture series on topics such as religion and the mind. He’s also published a book, 12 Rules for Life, one of which is “Tell the truth – or, at least, don’t lie.” But has this unlikely celebrity violated his own rule? Has Jordan Peterson lied about having a hair transplant?
Logan Paul is a YouTuber famous for filming dead bodies and shooting rats with tasers. He’s easily identifiable by his obnoxious manner, loud voice and idiosyncratic hairstyle. But this strange hairdo is hiding a dark secret. There’s a reason why Logan wears his hair this way – and it’s not that he wants to look like a young Donald Trump.
There’s no magic bullet that cures hair loss completely. But natural hair loss treatments can be effective. What’s more, not everyone is comfortable taking prescription drugs. This article compiles the products, supplements, and treatments that really work to stop hair loss naturally. Based on clinical trials, theory, and community experimentation, this is the ultimate guide to natural hair loss treatments!