Liv-Health: Millennials tackling hair loss early for long-term benefit: new research

A wave of young Australians are taking preventative action to retain their full crop of hair by commencing hair loss treatment in their twenties.1

This is according to the Hair Loss Impact and Prevention survey – the largest Australian hair loss survey of its kind, performed by Ashley and Martin, involving 1,122 Australian respondents aged between 15 to 70 years.

The survey revealed more than two-in-three respondents aged between 21 to 30 had taken early action against hair loss, citing they felt too young to have to contend with a hair problem.1

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01 Feb 2017 0