Hair Loss Caused by Helmet? Solve it fast with MINOX-ve
Lots of frequent helmet wearers experience an increased rate of hair fall. We've had a large response to campaigns on one of our sister websites that look after health and safety for motorcyclists from people who worry about the amount of hair they notice on the inside of their helmet when it is removed.
Most often this condition is a form of alopecia referred to as Traction Alopecia; and it is often experienced by those who wear tightly fitted head wear or have tightly braided hair or hair styles.
Traction Alopecia is caused by the constant tugging and pulling of hair. The characteristics of traction alopecia is patches of hair loss in specific places around the scalp. For those having tight braids this may be at the front of the forehead where hair is pulled most tightly.
For helmet wearers this condition can be quite disconcerting as it may be perceived that the hair loss is being caused by general use of the helmet when in fact it is a physical characteristic of the helmet rather than any biological condition of the wearer.
Nevertheless Traction Alopecia may be treated effectively with MINOX-ve because the solution contains a vasodilator that will encourage fresh blood supply to the localised area that is losing hair causing a localised increased rate of hair growth.
Treat Helmet Hair Loss
If you are a frequent helmet wearer such as a motorcyclist, cyclist or perhaps you work in the security industry where wearing a helmet is essential then traction alopecia is an inherent consequent of wearing a helmet regularly for long periods. Treat traction alopecia hair loss with MINOX-ve for the best chance of regaining your normal hair loss rate in the fastest possible time.
Minoxodil has an allegedly efficacy or success rate in around a third of those that use it. It can therefore be hard to understand why major retailing websites across the EU such as Amazon and Ebay have strict rules on who may sell it.
Only those with a license are allowed to trade Minoxidil so Regaine and a hand full of others. Even specialist hair and scalp clinics are not allowed to retail Minoxidil on line though they are allowed to supply those who visit their clinics with this relatively poor performing hair loss remedy.
Minoxidil Alternative Treatment for Hair Loss with a High Efficacy
Minoxidil stimulates hair follicles and growth, but does not reduce dihydrotestosterone (DHT) or the enzyme responsible for its accumulation around the hair follicle, 5-alpha reductase, which is the primary mediator of male pattern baldness in genetically susceptible individuals.[Wikipedia]
MINOX-ve is therefore an aggressively competitor - MINOX-ve also contains caffeine which has been proven to help counteract the growth inhibitory effect of testosterone and gives significant stimulation to hair follicle growth.
This is one of the reasons that those with male pattern baldness experience positive results through using MINOX-ve - coupled with it's other powerful active ingredients for the treatment of hair loss , MINOX-ve is an excellent alternative treatment to Minoxidil and a better priced proposition.