A maturing hairline is sometimes (understandably) confused with balding, as one’s hairline recedes and hair sheds and is lost. But, unlike male pattern baldness (MPB), a mature hairline doesn’t recede once it assumes its final shape. At what age does one’s hairline fully mature? By what age, on average, should one have a mature hairline?
Everyone grows into their adult hairline at different times. It probably depends on several factors including but not limited to; family history/genetics, time of initial hair loss or receding and overall health.
Dr. Glenn Charles
Treating Androgenic Alopecia
If you are suffering the effects of androgenic alopecia (genetic hair loss) and not just a maturing hairline, consult with a dermatologist or hair restoration physician. You may benefit from medical hair loss treatments like Propecia (finasteride) and Rogaine (minoxidil).
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