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Chinese people are losing their hair earlier than ever

Chinese people losing their hair earlier than ever before, research shows

Chinese people are losing their hair earlier than ever before, according to research published in the latest edition of China Newsweek magazine.

In a survey of 4,000 students conducted by Tsinghua University in Beijing in October, almost 60 per cent of respondents were found to be suffering from hair loss to some degree.

About 40 per cent of the people who took part said they had noticed their hairline receding, while 25 per cent said they learned about the problem from friends or family.

The survey found that students from the schools of Marxism and arts were the most likely to have hair loss problems, with mathematics, science and automotive engineering students the least likely, the report said.

While providing only anecdotal evidence, Dr Fu Lanqin, a dermatologist at the Peking Union Medical College Hospital in Beijing, was quoted as saying that there had been a noticeable increase in the number of young people seeking treatments for hair loss in recent years.

Patients “are losing their hair from the age of about 21 or 22, with the [condition] becoming obvious by 24 or 25” she said.

“[My] feeling is that this generation is losing its hair sooner than previous generations.”

Away from the medical research, consumer data also seems to support the claim.

Online shopping website Taobao said recently that hair loss products were among its top 40 bestselling lines in 2017, with consumers under 30 accounting for more than 40 per cent of sales.

Doctors cited in the China Newsweek article said the increased prevalence of baldness among young people could be due to societal changes.

Neurological factors, such as stress at work or study, insomnia and irregular life patterns were cited in more than 60 per cent of the cases of hair loss, it said.

“People who were born in the 80s or 90s have different concerns,” Zhao Junying, a doctor at Capital Medical University in Beijing, was quoted as saying.

“They are no longer worrying about food or keeping warm. They care more about their appearance. Many young people, especially the unmarried ones, are under great pressure.”

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Global Hair Loss & Growth Treatments

Global Hair Loss & Growth Treatments

Global Hair Loss & Growth Treatments and Products Market analysis 2017 and forecasts to 2022

WiseGuyReports.com adds “Hair Loss & growth Treatments and Products Market 2017 Global Analysis, Growth, Trends and Opportunities Research Report Forecasting to 2022” reports to its database.

Hair Loss & growth Treatments and Products are the products which is a way to treat hair loss and promote hair growth. (Including oil, Shampoos and Conditioners and medicine product like Vitamins and supplements).The date in this report don’t include the date of surgrical hair restoration which worldwide revenue is about 1.87 Billion USD in 2015

Global and Regional Hair Loss & growth Treatments and Products market competition by top manufacturers, with production, price, revenue (value) and market share for each manufacturer; the top players including

Procter & Gamble
L’Oreal
Unilever
Taisho
Henkel
Merck
Shiseido
Johnson & Johnson Consumer Inc.
Rohto
Lifes2Good
Gerolymatos International
Toppik
Nanogen
Oxford BioLabs Ltd.
Ultrax Labs
Avalon Natural Products
Bayer
Yanagiya
Pharma Medico
Kerafiber
Phyto
Keranique
DS Healthcare Group
EcoHerbs Global
Kaminomoto
Softto
Bawang
Zhang Guang 101

Sample Report   https://www.wiseguyreports.com/sample-request/2404815-global-and-regional-hair-loss-growth-treatments-and-products-market-research

Market Segment as follows:
By Region
Asia-Pacific
North America
Europe
South America
Middle East & Africa

By Type
Shampoos and Conditioners
Medicine Product

By Application
Women
Men

Table of Contents

1 Market Overview
1.1 Market Segment Overview
1.1.1 Product Definition
1.1.2 Market by Type
1.1.2.1 Shampoos and Conditioners
1.1.2.2 Medicine Product
1.1.3 Market by Application
1.1.3.1 Women
1.1.3.2 Men
1.2 Global and Regional Market Size
1.2.1 Global Overview
1.2.2 Market by Region
1.2.2.1 Asia-Pacific
1.2.2.2 North America
1.2.2.3 Europe
1.2.2.4 South America
1.2.2.5 Middle East & Africa

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6 Key Manufacturers
6.1 Procter & Gamble
6.1.2 Company Information
6.1.2 Product Specifications
6.1.3 Business Data (Capacity, Sales Revenue, Volume, Price, Cost and Margin)
6.2 L’Oreal
6.2.1 Company Information
6.2.2 Product Specifications
6.2.3 Business Data (Capacity, Sales Revenue, Volume, Price, Cost and Margin)
6.3 Unilever
6.3.1 Company Information
6.3.2 Product Specifications
6.3.3 Business Data (Capacity, Sales Revenue, Volume, Price, Cost and Margin)
6.4 Taisho
6.4.1 Company Information
6.4.2 Product Specifications
6.4.3 Business Data (Capacity, Sales Revenue, Volume, Price, Cost and Margin)
6.5 Henkel
6.5.1 Company Information
6.5.2 Product Specifications
6.5.3 Business Data (Capacity, Sales Revenue, Volume, Price, Cost and Margin)
6.6 Merck
6.6.1 Company Information
6.6.2 Product Specifications
6.6.3 Business Data (Capacity, Sales Revenue, Volume, Price, Cost and Margin)
6.7 Shiseido
6.7.1 Company Information
6.7.2 Product Specifications
6.7.3 Business Data (Capacity, Sales Revenue, Volume, Price, Cost and Margin)
6.8 Johnson & Johnson Consumer Inc.
6.8.1 Company Information
6.8.2 Product Specifications
6.8.3 Business Data (Capacity, Sales Revenue, Volume, Price, Cost and Margin)
6.9 Rohto
6.9.1 Company Information
6.9.2 Product Specifications
6.9.3 Business Data (Capacity, Sales Revenue, Volume, Price, Cost and Margin)
6.10 Lifes2Good
6.10.1 Company Information
6.10.2 Product Specifications
6.10.3 Business Data (Capacity, Sales Revenue, Volume, Price, Cost and Margin)
6.11 Gerolymatos International
6.12 Toppik
6.13 Nanogen
6.14 Oxford BioLabs Ltd.
6.15 Ultrax Labs
6.16 Avalon Natural Products
6.17 Bayer
6.18 Yanagiya
6.19 Pharma Medico
6.20 Kerafiber
6.21 Phyto
6.22 Keranique
6.23 DS Healthcare Group
6.24 EcoHerbs Global
6.25 Kaminomoto
6.26 Softto
6.27 Bawang
6.28 Zhang Guang 101

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Global Hair Loss & Growth Treatments and Products Market analysis 2017 and forecasts to 2022

Bald Is Beautiful

Bald Men Perceived As More Attractive

Bald Men Perceived As More Attractive, Dominant, Study Says

According to a new study, bald really is beautiful.

Researchers at the University of Pennsylvania have released the results of a survey that found that men who have shed their hair are more attractive.

The study was composed of three major tests given to students on campus. Male and female students were asked to rate photos of men according to attractiveness, confidence, and dominance.
Some of the photos also digitally removed hair from some of the pictures to show the same person with and without their locks.

According to the researchers, the bald men won out in all three categories. The study also says men who willingly ditch their hair are perceived as more appealing because they’ve gone against the traditional norms associated with hair and vitality.

“Choosing to dispense with one’s hair is arguably a form of nonverbal behavior, a form of expression which communicates information about the self otherwise difficult to observe,” researchers write.

‘‘Anyone can be confident with a full head of hair. But a confident bald man—there’s your diamond in the rough.’’ — Larry David

The findings also claim that bald men, being perceived as more dominant, will do better in business and economically overall. Based on their study, researchers at Penn also suggest that men beginning to lose their hair just let it happen.

“Instead of spending billions each year trying to reverse or cure their hair loss, the counter-intuitive prescription of this research to men experiencing male pattern baldness is to shave their heads.”

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