Hair Loss Restoration

Written by Scott Martin
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Regardless of the hair loss restoration system you are most interested in, there exist online companies who can replicate any hair loss system you desire. While the claim might at first seem outrageous, many popular hair loss restoration systems are marked up in price significantly from their basic costs. Because of this phenomenon, companies who can deliver replicas of popular and pricey hair restoration systems are becoming the more affordable option--and are quickly gaining in popularity.

In short, there are three basic components that are common to any popular hair restoration system you might encounter. These include the existence of a base material, a perimeter material around the edges, and a frontal material. These three components are sometimes forged from the same type of material, enabling components to be combined to create an exact replica of any product on the market.

Materials Used in Hair Loss Restoration

Some of the most common choices for this material are "skin" and "lace." The skin in question is usually composed of layers of silicone and polyurethane. Lace, on the other hand, refers to Hollywood French lace, or French T Lace. Another popular choice for base material is Fine Welded Mono, also known as the "all-net" system.

Hair can then be either injected or knotted into these base components. Glass silk bases enable the use of tape, adhesive, or even clip-based attachment systems. On certain lace models of hair loss restoration systems, you can have your stylist trim any excess to give you the perfect look and feel for a natural recession.

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