Managing Hair Loss: What to expect and products to use

This month, we tackle one of the most basics grooming concerns for men, the possibility of hair loss and how to deal with it…

Some of us might afraid that losing hair is a surefire sign that we’re heading towards baldness. Rest assured that’s not always the case, and in cases where it’s not permanent, the condition can be reversed. So, on the one hand, everyone loses hair naturally and it’s perfectly normal for hair to thin out somewhat as we get older. On the other hand, male pattern hair loss is a genetic condition that can’t be prevented. There are also other factors that might come into play here, from illnesses and surgical procedures to stress, hormonal changes and scalp infections. There are, of course, plenty of treatment options when it comes to dealing with hair falling out, and the easiest is DIY solutions that you can try yourself at home—perhaps using one our recommendations for healthier, thicker hair as seen below.

Gently cleaning the scalp and hair while adding moisture, the Kérastase Genesis Bain Nutri-Fortifiant Shampoo is made for normal to dry, weakened hair that is prone to falling due to breakage from brushing. It provides intense nourishment and gently detangles hair.





Focusing on multiple aging concerns that affects both hair and scalp is the new Shiseido Sublimic Adenovital Scalp Treatment provides care from all three directions—hair, scalp and roots—with the brand’s Hair Powerizing System for beautiful hair.




Gallinée scalp and hair serum is made using an oil-free and silicon-free formulation that soothes the scalp and makes hair shiny, yet protected. Dermatologically tested, the serum is suitable for any hair type, even sensitive hair that suffer from itchiness, dandruff and hair loss.


Photography Robby Agus
Styling Safina Harys
Grooming Arimbi
Model Arsya Bunyod/SMI Models