How to Regrow Thinning Hair

April 15, 2019

How to Regrow Thinning Hair

The one fear shared by men and women alike is the nightmare called hair loss. Hair loss could happen to anyone. Though through science we have learned that baldness is passed down from generation to generation but is a recessive gene, we still don’t know much. Basically, in the thousands of years since we’ve had civilization, we haven’t come up with a way to regrow thinning hair naturally.

That’s weird, right? In all this time that we’ve been around, we haven’t come up with a way to fix one of the most universal issues? Well, to put it that way would be disingenuous. In recent decades, due to the advancements made in science and medicine, people have undergone procedures to regrow thinning hair. Unfortunately, the results are yet to be aesthetically pleasing. Let’s talk about one such procedure.

Hair Transplant

A hair transplant is pretty much exactly what it sounds like. Hair is taken from somewhere and then transplanted onto the area that is undergoing hair loss. This is a procedure that has been getting closer to perfection since when it was first introduced. However, when it was first introduced, it was terrible. It took decades for the science and medicine to catch up to the point where it’s at today, where it looks passable.
The only issue with hair transplants is that they’re expensive, painful, and time-consuming. It’s the worst way to regrow thinning hair. The missing hairs are replaced individually for the best result, or more commonly, in small batches. The most you’ll see being grafted/transplanted at once is around 30 or 40. Before this method was refined, hair transplants would involve replacing entire missing patches of hair, and because of the bulk replacement, it looked incredibly unnatural and not flattering whatsoever.

All in all, you probably don’t want to put yourself through this.

Scalp Reduction

Well, if the wonderful joys of hair transplants don’t suit you, maybe the pleasant experience of a scalp reduction is what you need to regrow your thinning hair. Before going into detail on scalp reduction, let's just make sure you understand what hair transplants are one more time. Just to make sure.

So, hair transplants are when hairs are transplanted onto your head by poking holes through your scalp. It’s somewhat similar to getting a tattoo if you think about it, however, it hurts more. Well then, now that that’s clear let's talk about a scalp reduction.

A scalp reduction is when, instead of transplanting hair from a place where it’s growing in abundance to a place where growth is scarce, you just cut up all the pieces of the scalp that do not grow hair. Yes, you read that correctly. Instead of adding more hair, just get rid of the bits of the scalp that can’t grow hair, and use the bits of the scalp that CAN grow hair and stretch them over the scalp.


Again, all in all, you probably don’t want to put yourself through this Texas chainsaw massacre kinda stuff.

Hair Oil by Afida

Instead of finding surgeons and doctors to cut you open and stretch pieces of you over other pieces, or having holes poked into your head in order to have hairs places in them; instead of doing all of that insane sounding stuff, just get some hair oil from Afida. It’s a blend of natural organic essential oils that are extracted using methods that ensure the highest quality yield. Once you start using it regularly, the effects become visible in just 2 weeks.

Best of all, unlike hair transplants and scalp reductions, if it doesn’t work, you can just stop. Any other kind of treatment to regrow thinning hair naturally, or unnaturally tends to have severe consequences for dropping halfway through, or sometimes even completing fully.

Instead of running so many risks with your precious full head of hair that you only have once in life, just take good care of it with Afida’s hair oil, because Afida’s hair oil could do for your hair what no other product or person ever could.





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