Men's Hair Loss Blog
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.
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.
With men’s hair loss becoming a less taboo subject, and men embracing it everywhere, we thought we'd get real and honest about why men lose their hair and celebrate the men embracing their new look.Celebrities like Dwyane ‘The Rock’ Johnson, Jude Law, Adam Lavigne, and Jason Statham have all embraced their thinning hair and some have even opened up about their hair loss. Bruce Willis saying ‘Hair loss is Gods way of telling me I am human’
The latest hair growth fad is caffeine shampoo, supposedly designed for men experiencing pattern baldness. This so-called remarkable hair growth product contains caffeine as well as 28 ingredients, including foaming agents, perfumes and preservatives. But does it really work? We have scoured the research for you and posted the results here for you to make up your own mind...