Hair Loss


Male-pattern baldnessis the most common type of hair loss, affecting 6.5 million men in the UK.

MPB It generally starts with a little thinning of the hair, followed by wider hair loss, allowing more of the scalp to become visible. Around 50% of men will suffer some hair loss by the age of 50 and a majority of men will suffer some degree of hair loss at some point in their life.

Male-pattern baldness is not a disease, so it won’t affect your health, however, for a few men, this process starts as early as the late teens and can cause great emotional distress associated with a lack of self-esteem and, in some cases, depression.