Hair today, more tomorrow
Male pattern balding results in hair loss at the crown, a receding hairline or various permutations of balding peculiar to men. Women’s hair loss is more diffused, resulting in thinner hair all over. For men, the reason is the production of the male hormone DHT. As balding affects men psychologically, dealing a blow to self esteem that can send some to psychiatrists and to desperate measures like flicking strands to hide a smooth pate, men should do everything possible to save their hair. The Japanese discovered it’s the kombu, a brown seaweed they eat so much of, that contributes to their healthy hair growth. And to be precise, it’s an ingredient called Fucoidan in the kombu that does the trick.
Try the three-step regime of the AFC King Konboo hair rejuvenation system – shampoo ($48), hair essence ($76.90), and oral supplement ($61) to block DHT formation and encourage hair regrowth. Ingredients that balance the scalp pH, relieve itching and prevent dandruff, are not greasy, smell pleasant and nourish follicles. Besides Fucoidan extract, it contains saw palmetto, millet and zinc, biotin and selenium which all work together to reduce DHT levels, feed the scalp and promote circulation.