Hairline recession is a common concern for many people, and can be caused by several factors such as genetics, aging, stress, poor nutrition, lack of hair care, and excessive use of chemical hair products.
How can you recover your hairline?
Healthy diet: A balanced diet that includes nutrient-rich foods such as proteins, vitamins, and minerals can help promote healthy hair and strengthen hair roots.
Appropriate hair products: It is important to use appropriate hair products to avoid further damage to the hair. You should also consider the frequency of use and the amount of product you use.
Medical treatments: You may want to consider medical treatments as a complement/alternative to the previous methods.
The most characteristic sign of androgenetic alopecia is hairline recession. Virtually all men have it, although it appears to varying degrees. As I was saying, there are some things you can do at home, but to increase effectiveness and recover hair, it is necessary to see a doctor. There are many factors that will determine the appropriate treatment for your hairline, such as the type of recession and the type of androgenetic alopecia you have, so obviously if you have less recession, you need to do things that are less effective, and if you have more recession, you need to do things that are more effective.
There are other treatments that can be done in a medical office, such as:
Corticosteroid injections: Injected into the scalp, they can reduce inflammation in the area of the hairline.
Platelet-rich plasma therapy: Blood is taken from the patient, processed to obtain plasma, and injected into the scalp to stimulate hair growth.
Hair transplantation: Hair is taken from the donor area (usually the back of the head) and transplanted to the hairline area.
Remember that hairline recovery is not a quick process, so patience and perseverance are needed. You should always seek the help of a professional in the field of trichology to treat you properly.
I'll give you more details about the treatments in the following video.