Weird and wonderful ways to tackle hair loss

I’ve known my husband for 6 years now. I met him when he was 27 and he was losing his hair then. He says it started to go in his early 20s. It’s pretty safe to say that it’s only going to get worse as the years go on. One random evening caused me to look up male hair loss and things that can be done to tackle the issue!

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Cow Urine

Yep, this is apparently a thing. The cows have to be virgin cows though and the urine has to be drunk before sunrise! A bit picky if you ask me. Luckily, this one happens in India so John won’t be trying it anytime soon.

Bull Semen

I didn’t think it could get much stranger than the cow urine. Where would you even go about getting something like this from? I couldn’t actually find out how you’re supposed to use it either. Do you drink it? Do  you rub it on your head? Who knows?! Good luck if you fancy giving this a try though.

Yeast Infection Cream

Strangely, I don’t think this one is quite as far out there as it should probably be. There is an ingredient in these creams that supposedly blocks the hormone that causes male pattern baldness. The good thing with this one is that directions for use are pretty clear; just don’t follow the instructions on the box! At least this is cheap and easy to get if you feel like giving it a try!

Hair Implants

Everyone remembers when Wayne Rooney went from being bald to having a nearly full head of hair. This was done by having a hair transplant. This this one though, you definitely have to factor in the hair transplant cost because it’s just not as cheap as cow urine!

Do you have any family members who suffer from baldness? Do you think they’d try any crazy remedies to help?

Disclaimer: This is a collaborative post. All opinions are our own.

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17 thoughts on “Weird and wonderful ways to tackle hair loss

  1. Helen says:

    I struggled with hair loss during breastfeeding my daughter, though I’m not sure how willing I’d be to try these solutions! Not quite brave enough.

    Helen x

  2. Lorna Willcox says:

    wow, this is interesting and very different to the normal treatments available. Good to know and I will pass this on to friends/family. Thanks xx

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