Facial Hairloss problems:
When men experience facial hairloss, it is usually of the beard and neck region. However it can sometimes be loss of parts of the brow. The underlying cause is alopecia areata, an auto-immune malfunction. The good news is that we have helped thousands of people with this condition and have special products for both problems:
What causes these type of patches?
The immune system gets confused and assumes that the hair follicle is something that has begun to attack the face. It therefore amounts an immune attack to solve the problem. Usually there will be areas that have prefect hair coverage alongside areas that are silky smooth to touch.
This silky smooth feeling is quite important, because it lets you know that all hair including baby fine vellus hair has gone. When the hair first starts to recover in these patches it is very fine and without pigmentation, so it is difficult to spot with the human eye initially. However the area begins to feel slightly rougher, so you can often feel the improvement before you can see it.
In time the fine hair regains its normal strength and colour.
Facial Hairloss can now be beaten with Calosol
Also see the children's hair loss site