Male hair loss


Male hair loss is often a natural process, a man typically sheds around 50-100 hairs per day to make way for new ones. However, male hair loss develops for completely different reasons and needs to be treated differently. In our latest blog post, we will present the causes of male baldness and help you understand how to prevent and treat the problem!

Generally, men begin to notice signs of hair thinning between the ages of 15-25. By their fifties, half of men are visibly balding. The speed at which the process progresses varies, but it’s usually defined as taking around 5 years. In men, the later the balding starts, the slower the process tends to be. Typically, thinning begins at the hairline and temples, followed by the appearance of one or two patches near the crown. Eventually, these two areas merge, resulting in the most noticeable aspect of the problem.


Hair loss is considered when one loses more than 60% of their hair and new hair doesn’t grow in its place. Several theories have emerged regarding the causes of male hair loss. Some suggest that sensitivity to the androgen hormone is a primary factor. After the age of 30, this hormone increases the number of sebaceous glands, thereby halting the function of hair follicles.

We can also speak of patchy hair loss, which typically appears in a circular pattern, most commonly on the top of the crown. In this case, only pigmented hairs may fall out, leaving the gray ones intact. Stress, inflammation, or hormonal changes may underlie patchy hair loss.

According to some theories, hair loss can also be attributed to genetic factors, but it’s important to clarify that we don’t inherit hair loss itself, but rather the predisposition to it!

Male hair loss


Below, we have gathered practices and solutions to help prevent or halt balding. It’s important to note that if you haven’t experienced the above symptoms yet, it’s worth paying attention to them now to prevent the problem in the future!


Vitamin A plays a crucial role in maintaining the beauty of your hair, as it ensures proper hair growth. Vitamin E, on the other hand, increases blood flow, thereby stimulating hair growth. Vitamin E is commonly found in whole grains, broccoli, spinach, and eggs.

Seafood, sweet potatoes, carrots, and spinach are high in vitamin A. Therefore, it’s worth consuming foods rich in vitamins A and E! Additionally, trace elements also play a very important role in the proper activity of hair follicles. Learn more about the importance of trace elements!

Vitamin deficiency can also be a triggering factor for baldness, and consuming natural dietary supplements greatly helps in the condition of the scalp and hair. In addition, it is essential to consume foods rich in vitamin sources. Try to incorporate foods or supplements into your diet that contain the following vitamins and minerals: Vitamin A, B6 and B12 vitamins, Vitamin C, Folic acid, Zinc, Iron, Copper.

Male hair loss

Skin problems and hair loss are often caused by some form of intolerance. It’s worth avoiding any foods that trigger intolerance. Continuing to consume these foods can cause inflammation in the body, disrupt the absorption of vitamins and nutrients, and make metabolic processes and digestion more difficult.


Workplace pressure or stressful periods due to family reasons can affect your hair. Stress disrupts the energy balance of hair follicles, which can initially lead to hair loss and later even baldness. If stress persists, you may experience premature hair thinning.

To get through these periods, it’s advisable to organize activities that can completely relax you. Try to spend as much time as possible outdoors. Going on a hike with friends or engaging in outdoor sports can be great ways to unwind!

Male hair loss


You can replenish your scalp with vitamins and nutrients not only internally but also externally. Opting for shampoos and masks containing natural ingredients can yield significant results. Products containing chemicals may restrict sufficient oxygen flow to the scalp, thus hindering hair growth.

Anti-hair loss bundle

We recommend the combined use of our Hair Loss Shampoo and Hair Loss Mask to treat both mild and severe hair loss. The use of the anti-hair loss package is also recommended for genetic and androgenic, diffuse and patchy hair loss.


As time passes, men also encounter gray hairs. Some accept it and proudly display their gray strands, while others prefer to find a solution to preserve or restore the color of their hair. Various hair care products can help in this regard, as their special formulas are designed to combat graying.

Anti-Gray Elixir

Our products are 100% chemical-free and made of natural ingredients. Perfect for saying goodbye to gray hairs! The Anti-Gray Elixir restores the natural pigmentation of gray hairs thanks to its clinically proven MelanoGray™ active ingredient. This effective ingredient, certified by clinical studies, is extracted from a special type of mandarin, stimulating melanin production and synthesis, thereby providing long-lasting anti-graying effects.


Oxygen therapy treatment helps maintain a healthy scalp, strengthens hair follicles, and promotes hair growth. Nowadays, more than 90% of people struggle with some sort of scalp problem. The use of inappropriate products, stressful lifestyles, poor nutrition, harmful environmental factors, urban living, or even genetic factors can trigger these hair care issues.

Following registration, our specialists conduct a micro-camera and manual hair diagnosis. Based on the diagnosis, we establish a treatment plan. We assemble a home hair care package and provide lifestyle advice, as this can also enhance the effectiveness of the treatment. After shampooing, we exfoliate and massage the scalp, then tone and deeply moisturize it. Following this, we use oxygen to deliver vitamins to the deepest layers of the hair.


Male hair loss can not only be treated but also prevented with proper care. It’s important to adhere to the above tips and advice before the appearance of the first symptoms. The longer an area has been bald, the harder it is to reactivate the hair follicles, so it’s advisable to address the problem in a timely manner. Schedule an appointment with our professional hair therapists and take advantage of our oxygen therapy treatment!

Oxygen Therapy Before and After Hair Transplantation

Hair transplantation is recommended when there is widespread baldness on the scalp. Since it is a serious and costly procedure, thorough research is important! Hair transplantation often fails, and even with multiple attempts, the transplanted hair follicles may not activate. It’s worth preparing the scalp beforehand, which can be achieved through oxygen therapy.

The most common reason for failed hair transplantation is the lack of proper supply of vitamins, oxygen, and minerals to the scalp. However, oxygen therapy normalizes the skin’s pH value and replenishes the scalp with necessary nutrients. The procedure thus prepares and does the “groundwork” for the successful reception of new hair follicles. If you have doubts, click to see our results!

Male hair loss

If you decide to undergo hair transplantation, it’s also worth coming to us for oxygen therapy treatment. During the procedure, we cleanse the scalp of impurities and remove dead skin cells. Our professional massage and moisturizing treatment promotes scalp rejuvenation and prepares it for nutrient absorption. Finally, we replenish the scalp and hair strands with vitamins and minerals.



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