Why are you losing your hair?
Male pattern baldness or androgenetic alopecia is the most common form of hair loss for men. It is characterized by thinning, receding hair beginning at the temples and the weakening of coverage at the crown. Over time, the hair at the temples continues to recede, leaving a central patch of hair at the front of the hairline and a growing bald spot at the crown.
Depending on the rate of progression of the hair loss, all that remains is a horseshoe ring of hair around the side and back of the head. Male pattern hair loss is a concern for many men because as the hairline recedes, the face takes on a more aged appearance, yes this means you are looking older before your time!
Male pattern hair loss is considered chronic and progressive. It is well documented that men who are prone to male pattern hair loss will continue to lose more hair over time if the condition is not treated.