I’ve started using dermmatch recently to cover my hair loss and it appears that it might be thinning my hair out. Have you ever heard of this happening from this product or do you think i’m just imagining it?
Personally, I’m not a huge fan of the applicator. Using the brush pad to apply dermmatch concealer tends to slightly pull the hair and facilitate hair shedding. When you already have thinning hair, it’s nice to keep the extra hair as long as possible before they eventually drop off on their own.
But though this slight hair pulling appears to detach hairs from the follicle a bit sooner, hair attached the the Dermmatch applicator is hair that has already detached from the hair follicle. Dermmatch does not cause hair loss or shedding. Because male pattern baldness is a progressive condition, it is quite possible that your hair has thinned out a bit more, but the cause is your genes, not dermmatch.
Remember that dermmatch does nothing to stop hair loss, but is just a concealer that makes your hair appear thicker temporarily. Consider talking to a physician about Propecia (finasteride) and Rogaine (minoxidil), the two FDA approved drugs that can treat baldness by stopping further loss and potentially inspiring hair regrowth.