Men's hair care - Against men hair loss baldness


Proper men’s hair care helps in achieving strong hair, contributes to overall well-being, helps prevent hair loss, and prevents the development of various hair-related conditions. Although there are numerous hair care products available for men nowadays, it is not as simple as just buying a few products and thinking that you are on the path to perfect hair. First and foremost, it is important to clearly understand your hair type and address any scalp issues.

Is your hair straight, wavy, curly, or oily? What is the thickness of your hair? How long is your hair? Have you dyed your hair? What is the texture of your hair? Is your hair falling out in patches? There are many factors to consider, and if you want to learn more about the secrets of perfect men’s hair care, then read on!


Let’s start by discussing why it’s worth establishing a men’s hair care routine rather than using the cheapest, chemical-filled 3-in-1 shampoo purchased from the store.

Ultimately, only healthy hair can be styled nicely. If a man’s hair is thick and strong, it can be styled according to the occasion and preference. Whether you want to style it with hair gel for an elegant outfit or grow it out for a man bun, the choice is yours. However, those dealing with hair loss or any scalp issues need to think twice before using any hair products or trying out demanding hairstyles.

Men's hair care - Against men hair loss baldness

The basis of hair care for men is recognizing scalp diseases

Many men believe that genetics is the trigger for their hair loss. It’s not necessarily baldness that is inherited, but rather a predisposition to certain intolerances that eventually lead to hair loss. This is true for all hereditary hair or dermatological conditions, as well as other illnesses. Often, scalp problems and hair loss are caused by some form of intolerance. These intolerances disrupt the healthy processes of the body, inhibiting normal cell function. In many individuals, multiple intolerances are present simultaneously, and their interplay can lead to a host of negative symptoms.

A sedentary lifestyle, poor dietary habits, stress, and many other factors play a role, and they are increasingly associated with the development of scalp problems.

The underlying cause of food intolerance is largely the pathological changes in the gastrointestinal tract responsible for nutrient absorption. By eliminating foods that trigger a strong immune response, symptoms often subside, and overall well-being rapidly improves. Nowadays, there are numerous alternatives available for ingredients and foods, allowing us to replace them with versions suitable for sensitivity, thus addressing the underlying health issue. However, it’s always recommended to seek the advice of a dietitian or specialist when planning a diet. 



Seborrheic dermatitis develops due to excessive sebum production or inadequate breakdown of fats. Genetic factors, hormonal changes, and autoimmune processes can also play a role in its symptoms. Weather changes, typically colder and drier conditions, often worsen the condition and exacerbate symptoms. Additionally, the severity of symptoms can be affected by stressful or unhealthy periods in a person’s life.

Autoimmune processes arise from the body’s intolerances. Numerous intolerances exist, which can be triggered by pollution and other environmental factors such as chemicals, pesticides, and radiation. Improper hair and skincare routines can also cause intolerance. Various medications, illnesses, vitamin deficiencies, and other states (malnutrition, intestinal problems), as well as medical treatments like chemotherapy or hormone therapy, can also contribute to the development of intolerances. Food-related intolerances are very common today due to the abundance of artificial substances like fertilizers, preservatives, and contaminated water. Gluten sensitivity, lactose intolerance are now considered widespread conditions.

Intolerances can also be triggered by psychological factors such as stress, family issues, divorce, or unhealthy lifestyle. When multiple intolerances occur simultaneously in the body, the immune system may begin to “attack” its own cells, leading to autoimmune diseases. Click here to learn more!


Psoriasis is an inflammatory, autoimmune disease. It is often hereditary and can recur within families. It may happen that psoriasis only occurs in adulthood, following a stressful period. Besides stress, improperly fitting, tight clothing that continually rubs against the skin can also trigger psoriasis. Various infections, such as respiratory infections, can also trigger symptoms. Taking certain medications or abruptly discontinuing medication can also trigger psoriasis symptoms.

Psoriasis symptoms may occur when multiple intolerances occur in the body. Unfortunately, several dozen intolerances can appear at once, and when they do, they intertwine and produce even stronger symptoms. Click here to learn more!


Eczema is a common skin condition that can appear in both acute and chronic forms, attributed to immune system dysfunction. Eczema can be triggered by both internal and external factors. In severe cases, eczema can become a chronic, long-lasting condition that can affect any part of the skin but is particularly common in areas of body folds (e.g., elbows, hands, knees). It appears in patches on the patient’s body, with varying intensity of skin inflammation and other eczema symptoms. It’s important to note that eczema is not contagious. Besides itching, it can cause very dry, inflamed, flaky skin, which, depending on the skin tone, may appear brown, purple, or gray, and can even lead to hair loss. Click here to learn more!


Scalp and skin dehydration are among the triggers for dandruff. In the case of dry dandruff, the lack of the proper layer of fat causes skin flaking, leading to dandruff, so natural hydration is essential. In the case of oily dandruff, excessive sebum production and the accumulation of dirt on the resulting sebum layer cause dandruff. Those with such problems – alongside disinfecting and cleaning the scalp – also need hydration because otherwise, the skin receives the message to continue producing sebum.



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Men's hair care - Against men hair loss baldness


The most common cause of male pattern baldness is genetical hair loss, which is a natural process that occurs as one age. Among the common causes of male pattern baldness is the overproduction of DHT hormone, which primarily attacks the hair follicles on the crown of the head, resulting in the appearance of typical bald patches. Androgenetic (hormonal) alopecia is the most common cause of hair loss in men, caused by hormones as suggested by its name.


Hormonal balance can directly affect the scalp and hair structure. During periods that challenge the body’s hormone balance, various symptoms may arise, such as excessively oily scalp, intensified hair loss, or overly dry scalp. These problems can be caused by changing sebum production, inadequate collagen formation, or decreased scalp nutrition.


In cases of autoimmune hair loss, it is crucial to understand that this is a complex problem, and finding the root cause is essential. The direct underlying cause that triggers autoimmune hair loss must be identified. It could be an autoimmune thyroid problem, celiac disease, intolerance, or any other organ disease causing inflammation in the body.


We must mention post-COVID hair loss, which occurs in many individuals as a consequence of a COVID-19 infection. The list of post-COVID symptoms is extensive, but hair loss is unique because unlike other symptoms, there is usually no sign during the acute infectious phase; instead, it often appears in the subsequent weeks or even months. Among active patients, characteristic symptoms include scalp itching, scalp dryness, or excessive oiliness.

In women and those who have had severe illnesses, post-COVID syndrome is more common, and in their case, hair loss can cause serious psychological trauma. Hair loss is not uncommon after prolonged infectious, febrile illnesses. The cause of hair problems following severe infections may be inflammation in the body, physical and mental stress caused by the illness, or depletion of the body’s energy levels and vitamin stores during recovery.


Alopecia areata, also known as spot baldness, is an autoimmune disease that causes hair loss, often in round patches. It affects about one or two people in every hundred during their lifetime, typically occurring in adolescence and young adulthood. The extent of hair loss varies from person to person. Some lose only a few patches, while others lose a lot. Sometimes the hair may regrow, only to fall out again later. But it is also possible for the hair to grow back permanently. Bald patches usually appear on the scalp, but hair loss can also occur in other parts of the body, such as the eyelashes, eyebrows, beard in men, or even the entire body.


David Beckham is a prime example that even handsome athletes are not spared from hair loss. His iconic locks have noticeably diminished, and we now often see him with shorter haircuts.

Throughout his acting career, Ashton Kutcher was known for his long locks until he cut his hair short. However, he struggled with hair problems even at the age of 25, admitting to dealing with hair loss.

Even Superman cannot escape hair loss. Henry Cavill‘s hair loss was visible in the Superman films and media appearances compared to pictures taken during his younger years.

Men's hair care - Against men hair loss baldness

Men primarily turn to oxygen therapy for intense hair loss, post-COVID hair loss, androgenic alopecia, oily or dry scalp, dandruff, scalp flakiness, irritated, itchy scalp, dry or oily dandruff, unsuccessful hair growth, damaged hair, dry, split ends, psoriasis, and eczema. However, it’s important to note that behind all of these, the most common issue lies in immunological problems. Both physical and mental illnesses directly affect our immune system, which in turn reflects on the condition of our scalp and hair. Our scalp is the nourishing ground for our hair follicles, which need as much care as any other area of our skin or organ.

Oxygeni Hair oxygen therapy is based on strengthening the immune system, making it applicable for any scalp and hair-related problem, ensuring remarkable results. The treatment is 100% reliable and risk-free, relying entirely on natural ingredients. By supplying hair follicles with oxygen, vitamins, and minerals, they are revived, strengthened, and thickened. Meanwhile, the scalp is cleared of impurities and proper pH balance is restored.

Male pattern baldness is extremely common nowadays and often appears from a very young age. Many men notice the first signs of baldness in their early twenties and feel helpless and hopeless in the face of the problem. Celebrities, actors, and famous personalities also struggle with baldness, but they do not harbor much hope for treatment.

However, oxygen therapy can naturally revive dormant hair follicles that have been inactive for years, and with the treatment, we can even prevent or delay baldness.


Anti-hair loss HAIR CARE for men

Proper, professional at-home hair care is an essential part of oxygen therapy treatments. The base products used during oxygen therapy treatments are also available for home use, and integrating them into your at-home hair care routine enhances and accelerates the effectiveness of the treatment. The Oxygeni Hair & Skin home products are built on the active ingredients used in the treatment, enhancing and facilitating the incorporation of active ingredients, vitamins, and minerals. Our at-home products contain the same active ingredients as our treatment, thereby extending and boosting the therapy’s effects. Due to their unique composition, Oxygeni Hair & Skin hair care products are suitable for supplementing oxygen therapy treatment.


Hair Loss & Growth Elixir

The Hair Loss & Growth Elixir, is the first hair growth water-based solution developed specifically to combat hair loss and promote hair growth. Its main active ingredients are rosemary extract and clinically proven AnaGain™, which are exceptionally effective in hair growth. AnaGain™ is a clinically certified, natural ingredient extracted from green peas. This ingredient has been proven to reduce hair loss, improve hair structure, and prolong the life of hair strands, thus slowing their transition into the telogen phase. The product has been shown to densify and strengthen hair and thicken hair strands. Remarkable results can be seen after just three months of use.

TIPS FOR Creating a HAIR CARE routine for men

Men's hair care - Against men hair loss baldness


Not all products are created equal. Choose products that suit your hair type to make your hair look its best. If possible, opt for sulfate-free shampoo and silicone-free conditioner, as these ingredients can be harsh on your hair and can make it look dry and dull over time.

For dry hair prone to frizz, look for moisturizing products that contain oils, butters, and other nourishing ingredients. For oily or fine hair, seek out cleansing products that contain ingredients like tea tree oil and chamomile. For easily breakable and brittle hair, look for restorative products containing proteins like collagen and keratin.

Oxygeni Hair & Skin products are 100% natural and chemical-free, providing a long-term solution as they do not burden the body with various artificial substances, making them suitable for continuous use rather than just for a short period. 


Washing your hair too frequently strips it of the natural protective oils produced by the scalp, making it more prone to frizz and breakage. For most men, washing their hair two to three times a week is sufficient. If your hair tends to get greasy quickly, consider washing it with just water a few times. Water cleanses your hair without removing the oil. When you start washing your hair less frequently, it will produce a lot of oil for about a week until the situation balances out. Just be patient, and your hair will stay cleaner for longer.

Oxygeni Hair & Skin products are multifunctional, suitable for both body care and addressing hair and skin issues. 


Hot showers feel great, but hot water dries out your hair. It’s better to use lukewarm or cold water for washing your hair. If you take a steaming hot shower, try finishing your hair wash with a warm or cold rinse to maintain the health of your hair.

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Massage enhances blood circulation, which stimulates hair growth. Use your fingers to massage your scalp in circular motions, focusing on areas where your hair is thinning.


Scalp Brush

The Scalp Brush Scalp Massage Brushes effectively remove residue from shampoo and conditioner, dead skin cells, and refresh scalp circulation, thereby promoting a healthy scalp. Moreover, its an excellent stress reliever! The long, flexible teeth are suitable for exfoliation, removing dirt, dead skin cells, and residues of hair products. It stimulates and massages the scalp pressure points, refreshing scalp circulation. It can be used on dry hair or during shampooing, with circular or long, straight motions, ensuring a pampering wellness sensation!


There are some essential nutrients that help hair stay thick and strong. Make sure your diet is balanced to nourish your hair from the inside out. Using the right products will only yield the desired results if your diet and lifestyle are also in place.

Men's hair care - Against men hair loss baldness



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