In this article, we will look at the Norwood Scale Stage 3. The Hamilton Norwood Scale is a common system that divides male pattern hair loss into several groups. This classification system was James Hamilton’s original criterion in the 1950s. The scale, which was later modified by O’Tar Norwood in the 1970s, was named after the latter. However, it is often referred to as the Hamilton-Norwood scale. Although not a reliable measure, the Norwood scale has been approved as the standard hair loss classification system. This system divides male pattern baldness into 7 different categories.
It is the first stage of baldness in which hair loss is at its lowest. Most of the hair loss occurs at the front hairline and above the head, and there is an observable decrease in hair density in all areas of the head. At this stage, we recommend that you contact us to stop hair loss and determine the most suitable method for your hair.
Hair Skin Care
Hair care starts from the hair follicles. No matter how good the texture of the hair strands and how bright they are, if you do not take the necessary care for the hair follicles, your hair will start to look weak and dull after a while. There are 3 things you need to do to strengthen the hair follicles; The first is to prevent the formation of bacteria and oil by keeping the scalp clean, the second is to increase the blood circulation by regular massage, and the last is to prevent it from drying with natural oils.