Men's Hair Loss Blog

Why are parabens and sulphates bad for your hair?

Why are parabens and sulphates bad for your hair?

Two of the biggest buzzwords in the hair care industry today are PARABENS and SULPHATES... but what exactly ARE they and why should they be avoided?  Parabens are commonly used preservatives in shampoos, conditioners, deodorants, lotions, gels, scrubs and more. They've been around since the 1950's and are generally added to products to prevent the growth of mould and bacteria. Parabens mimic the antimicrobial agents in some plants but there's nothing natural about them. 

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Alan's Story - Hair fibres safe after hair transplant

Alan's Story - Hair fibres safe after hair transplant

“Mate, I tell everyone about Nut Job, whether they are planning to have transplants or never even considered it, if there's gaps to fill, you won’t find anything that looks this natural. I am just so stoked that I found Nut Job online and I’ll be a customer for the long term. In fact, if you guys are looking for someone to become a permanent advocate for Nut Job, I’m your guy.” Read Alan's story here...

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Raphael Nadal’s Hair Transplant Needs Additional Hair Fibres

Raphael Nadal’s Hair Transplant Needs Additional Hair Fibres

We love Nadal on the tennis court and we can’t wait to watch him in the US Open coming up soon. But in Hair Loss Awareness Month, it’s his hair (or rather his hair loss) we are interested in.  Nadal hasn't been shy about his hair loss either. The former Tennis world number one had a successful hair transplant back in 2016. He underwent a FUE (Follicular Unit Extraction) in his native Madrid, Spain.

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Cure for Male Pattern Baldness

Cure for Male Pattern Baldness

Scientists are working the world over to find that illusive cure for male pattern baldness and according to some reports, they are close. While we do a lot of reading and research into this topic here at Nut Job, we can report that although there may not be a 100% cure for male pattern baldness yet, there are definitely things you can do to keep the hair you have, slow down the process and look like you have more hair than you really do.

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