Does Justin Bieber Use Hair Loss Treatments?

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Is balding Justin Bieber using hair loss treatments? 

It could be argued that Justin Bieber has been the biggest popstar of the past decade, and even beyond, such is his success and popularity. The Canadian pop sensation has had more hits than most of us have had hot dinners, but, as his hairline has shown in recent years, even Bieber himself isn't completely invincible.

Despite his success, and much of it has been down to his image, we've already established that Bieber has been losing his hair for a number of years, now. Male pattern baldness has been the culprit, and unless treated, it will only get worse. 

Justin Bieber is fast approaching 30,  and if he wants to hold onto his hair, he'll have no choice but to use hair loss treatments. There's isn't a cure for hair loss, but there are certain treatments and procedures that can help reduce the excessive shedding, and promote the function of healthy hair growth.


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So, with endless amounts of money as his disposal, Bieber is already in a good place to tackle hair loss. Of the treatments available, here are the best options that he should consider, going forward... 

Hair Loss Medications

Finasteride and minoxidil are the two medically approved hair loss treatments. Finasteride is a treatment pill for make baldness, available through doctor's prescription, and minoxidil is a topical medication that you can now buy over the counter. 

Both drugs can be effective for reducing hair loss, but neither will perform miracles. It is likely that Bieber is using one, if not both products, to minimise his hair loss. The problem with treatments like finasteride and minoxidil is that once you start using them, you'll need to continue doing so, forever. 

Also, they can come with negative side-effects, many of which are permanent, so there are risks involved. These treatments are ok for the short term use, but more potent treatments would be needed for longer term results. 

Hair Transplant

It doesn't look as though Bieber had any hair transplantation surgery just yet, but, like many celebrities, you would think it is only a matter of time before the "Baby" singer gets a hair transplant. 

Hair transplants are pretty expensive, costing thousands of pounds for just one procedure. However, they can be effective for restoring the hair, depending on the individual. Hair transplants do not offer any guarantees, but they are definitely worth a try if money is no issue to you. 

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Most hair clinics advise men to wait until their 30s to get a transplant, as the effects tend to be better for the longer term. You would think that Bieber will, at some stage in the next few years, get a hair transplant, and it will probably be one of the best that money can buy! 

Multivitamin Extract Hair Supplement 

For many people, medications are too much of a compromise on their health, and hair transplants are just far too expensive, so the safer (and effective) option to take is hair supplements. 

Specially formulated hair supplements contain key vitamins and potent extracts that can help reduce the formation of hair loss, and support the function of healthy hair growth in both men and women. These types of products are non-medical, which means they're safe to use, with no risks of side-effects. 

There are a bunch of hair supplements on the market, with HR23+ being the market leader. If he wanted to avoid medications, then it is very likely that Bieber has used hair supplements, and will continue to use them even after he has a hair transplant. 

Platelet-Rich Plasma (PRP)

Platelet-Rich Plasma (PRP) is a relatively new treatment that more and more people are trying in an attempt to combat baldness and thinning hair.  PRP is a treatment whereby bloody is extracted from one part of the body, and then injected into the scalp, in order to stimulate blood flow, thus activating the hair follicles. This procedure is done over three sessions. 

This procedure has not been FDA approved, and it is still in its early stages. There is not enough evidence or case studies to know exactly how effective (or not) this treatment is for hair loss. However, it is becoming popular, particularly with women. 

PRP is expensive (expect to pay around £1000 per session), but that isn't an issue for someone of Bieber's wealth. If Bieber has heard of the treatment, then it's likely that he's given it a try. He's got the cash, so he would have nothing to lose by trying PRP.

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