Hair Treatment for Men

piggybearpiggybear Registered Users Posts: 32
I know this is a women's forum, but I'd appreciate it if anyone can share some info.

How successful are these hair treatments? My dad is 62, will this still work for someone his age? :reindeer:

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  • RimiRimi Registered Users Posts: 2,001 Curl Neophyte
    piggybear wrote: »
    I know this is a women's forum, but I'd appreciate it if anyone can share some info.

    How successful are these hair treatments? My dad is 62, will this still work for someone his age? :reindeer:

    What sort of treatment is he looking for?
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  • piggybearpiggybear Registered Users Posts: 32
    Uhmmm ... this is funny, but he wants to start dating again!

    He says he wants to be more confident, so he can start dating again, so he wants to get hair treatment for a bald spot at the back of his head!
  • piggybearpiggybear Registered Users Posts: 32
    noodly wrote: »
    I suffer from baldspots too. Encourage your dad to apply rogaine on his scalp. Rogaine is the only thing that actually works if you have alopecia. After a few months he'll notice thicker hair.

    Oh good! I will talk to him about Rogaine. I actually saw at Walgreens today and was checking the price and label. I also saw bosley (here) online, so this is not recommended for his age and condition? Thank you, again.
  • Ethel_CookEthel_Cook Registered Users Posts: 49
    Since you've mentioned Bosley I think they have free consultation you might want to check it out also.
  • piggybearpiggybear Registered Users Posts: 32
    Ethel_Cook wrote: »
    Since you've mentioned Bosley I think they have free consultation you might want to check it out also.

    Thank you. I will

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