Guide on Hair loss treatment in Kenya, some of the best hair hospitals in Nairobi and where to buy Asami and Minoximed hair growth products plus prices.
Hair Loss Condition
Hair loss, as the same suggests, is a condition where hair begins falling off your head. In the case of men, this would result in baldness while in women, they are likely to experience abnormal hair length (short) and hairline loss.
A number of men and women in Kenya are victims of hair loss. If this is you or you know a friend suffering from the condition, they can choose the home remedy option or the medical treatment options described below
Home remedy for hair loss in Kenya
- Avoiding or quitting smoking
- Getting enough sleep
- Embracing a stress-free life
- Avoid taking junk food and soft drinks
- Work for fewer hours
Medical hair loss treatment in Kenya
- Hair transplant surgery
Just like there exist various organ transplants like kidney transplant, there also exists the hair transplant surgery. Its primary purpose is to treat the problem of hair loss permanently. In Kenya, the Clarion Hair Clinic is recommended for search services. It is located along the Olenguruone road in Nairobi. The clinic has so far engaged in over 130 successful hair transplant surgery. While this is a sure treatment method of hair loss, its only shortcoming is that it can be a little expensive for some individuals.
- Hair growth drugs (Asami and Minoximed)
These are medicinal tablets taken orally to treat hair loss in both men and women like Asami and Minoximed. The main ingredients in the medicines include Minoxidil, Ricinoleic acid, and vitamin C among other drugs, which are the primary ingredients which trigger the growth of hair. The drugs are available for purchase major chemists and clinics in Kenya. You can also buy them online from Jumia at the following prices:
- Asami Hair Growth Price at Jumia Kenya: Ksh. 5,429
- Minoximed Price in Kenya: Kenya Shillings 4,165
NOTE: The price may differ according to size.
What hair loss pills, sprays and cream do is that they stop hair loss by stimulating hair follicle to produce hair. While the products may not work instantly, you may expect results after 4-6 weeks of use.
Important: The home remedies and medical treatment will, without doubt, work. However, you need to keep in mind that some of the hair loss conditions are hereditary. Therefore, the application of some of the remedies and medical treatment may not work under such circumstances.
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