While royal wedding watchers may be speculating about Kate Middleton’s dress, there are others keeping tabs on the hairline of the next heir apparent.
Stressful events (like planning the biggest royal nuptials since Posh and Becks) can cause hair loss, but the groom can thank genetics for the state of his crown. And he’s not alone: The American Academy of Dermatology estimates that 80 million men and women in the U.S. suffer from hereditary hair loss.
Tom Brooks, the director of R&D for Leonor Greyl, says that no matter the root of the problem, Leonor Greyl’s line of topical treatments can offer hope to those experiencing thinning.
“The products are so simple to use and offer pleasant alternatives to the medicinal options available,” Brooks says. “The nourishing botanicals, proteins and trace elements will only strengthen the hair—no matter the reason for the loss.”
At six-foot-three, William is the tallest Royal, and won’t be bowing his head to many, so he can keep his hairline out of most sightlines. But on April 29th, his crown is sure to be captured from many angles.
Without some intervention, the young prince may have no hair to the throne by his 30s. But Leonor Greyl has treatments that can restore the crowning glory for anyone courting baldness.
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