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A Prince William and Kate Middleton Wedding with Hair Loss Problem

Apr. 22, 2011 1:23 AM ET
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Alopecia or hair loss is truly a universal phenomenon and that this excuses no one, afflicting both the poor and wealthy people. Prince William, a man who practically has everything, a castle, luxury cars, expensive sports, a beautiful fiancée, you name it. However, the only vital thing that the he lacks is a full head of hair.

Britain’s future king has just turned 28 years old and is apparently suffering from severe androgenic alopecia or male pattern baldness. Numerous photographs have been blatantly published on front pages of newspapers and magazines, showing different angles of the Prince where he is captured with his denuded scalp. Countless people are actually comparing him to his 26 year old younger brother Harry who still sports am abundant supply of hair.

The Prince is said to be very sensitive about his looks and is somewhat worried about his balding condition. On casual occasions or when socializing, he typically opts to wear a hat than baring his head. Paparazzis are mercilessly snapping his photographs everywhere he goes in the attempt of getting good shots of his conspicuous bald spot, but then again, he usually wears a cap to conceal his infamous head.

Majority of the hair care experts agree that androgenic alopecia or male pattern baldness is actually passed on by the mother’s side of the family. William’s late grandfather Earl Spencer had a bald patch too. The elder members of the Royal Family dealt with their follicular challenges in different ways.

So, what can Prince William do to keep his remaining hairs?

Scientists say that there is no cure for hair loss caused by genetics (genetic baldness). However, there are hair loss treatments that can both retain and regrow the hair. Minoxidil topical solutions and finasteride drug are commonly utilized by men afflicted by the condition. Both are perceived to take four to 6 months to work and there are possible side effects. Minoxidil can cause a rash and finasteride can cause erectile dysfunction or impotence. A highly reputable and lucrative expert in hair care restoration suggests that the Prince can claim his lost hair by using the Leimo Hair Regrowth products. The Leimo Hair Regrowth products are organic and natural based that are clinically proven to halt the main culprit of pattern baldness, hence stimulate hair regrowth at the same time and cannot provide adverse effects. Leimo is currently the most sought-after treatment for genetic baldness not just in men but in women as well.

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