Hair loss, also known as alopecia, is a common concern, especially among men, but it can also affect women. Many medical procedures have been introduced to address the issue of hair loss. However, many people are looking for non-invasive options for hair growth – this is where non-prescription and prescription medications, as well as supplements come into the picture.
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