Natural Baldness Treatment Is A Growing Success
Hair Loss and Baldness Treatment
The Roman emperor Julius Caesar wore a crown of leaves, but not because it was traditional headwear for a king. Caesar donned the wreath to hide his baldness.
For men and women, hair loss has always been a source of social and psychological anxiety. As the hair goes, a person's sense of self-esteem and identity tend to go with it. That's understandable, since throughout history a full head of hair has been a symbol of virility, strength, and beauty. And healthy hair is as sexy today as ever.
Cultures since the beginning of time tried their own doubtful remedies for baldness, from powdered horn of unicorn to petroleum to X-rays. In truth, no "miracle" cure has ever been discovered, even in today's age of sophisticated medical technology.
However, within the past 20 years, a non-drug cosmetic treatment applied directly to the scalp in the form of a shampoo and treatment has been steadily showing that it can reverse certain types of baldness and stimulate hair regrowth, according to Dr. Morton Walker, author of the book "How to Stop Baldness and Regrow Hair."
Walker makes no grandiose claims that the treatment, Thymuskin