Hormonal Hair Loss
Female pattern baldness is the most common type of hair loss in women. Female-pattern baldness is a pattern of hair loss (alopecia) caused by hormones, aging and genetics. Unlike male-pattern baldness, female-pattern baldness is an over-all thinning which maintains the normal hairline.
Female pattern/hormonal hair loss is influenced by additional factors including estrogen and progesterone levels. These levels start to increase during puberty and peak around the age of 35-year-old.
After this peak when these two hormones begin to decline, DHT becomes more capable of negatively influencing hair loss.
If you are seeing this pattern now, it will continue to widen if left untreated. Book your consultation with us as soon as you can. We can do the analysis to see if you have over developed scar tissue. We have reversed hair loss on clients that have not grown hair in years with - The Got Roots Hair Follicle Repair System.