The Bigen Hair Dye Treatment

In the online hair loss world, a majority of people seem to assume that black men generally do not care about balding. This is largely due to their being such a preponderance of popular highly visible confident African origin men who totally shave their heads. Enter Bigen. Official site here.

Bigen Hair Spray
Bigen spray for hair loss.

However, it seems like this assumption is nowadays incorrect. More and more black men are getting hair transplants these days. Others are increasingly getting Bigen hair dye to cover their hair loss.

These products are well reviewed on Amazon. You can also find this product at your local pharmacy, including Walgreens and CVS. Some also offer coupons and discount sales.

Bigen Hair Dye for Hair Loss

I posted about Lebron James’ hair loss recently. Mr James seems to be especially concerned about his thinning hair despite all his wealth and fame.

Funnily enough, Yahoo Sports has a big article on this today. They speculate that Mr. James might be using Bigen. Interestingly, one of the most fearsome NFL players named Ray Lewis is also using this same product.

Bigen comes in powder, liquid and spray versions as well as in various shades. Some people also use a pen with ink version of the product. Many celebrities use this dye on their beards too.

Popular Choice for African Americans and Athletes

Bigen for Black Men.
Bigen EZColor for African Men.

Bigen is essentially a type of hair loss concealer. A more natural alternative is henna. Entertainer Jamie Foxx, rapper Pitbull and basketball player Carlos Boozer have all been suspected of using Bigen  to camouflage their hair loss.

The product is available in various colors, although black is obviously the most popular among African Americans.

Even the most successful, athletic and rich guys care about hair loss. In an age of selfies, permanent internet archives, video surveillance and daily social media usage, it is no surprise that hair is of major importance to celebrities.

Bigen Side Effects

Bigen Hair Dye Powder.In recent years, a number of people have filed lawsuits due to getting side effects from Bigen hair dye. Among the adverse reactions and complaints include:

  • Allergic reactions and itching.
  • Chemical burns to the skin.
  • Eye swelling.
  • Hives and rashes.
  • Breathing difficulties.

In most cases, these side effects are temporary and not common. Some people are concerned that long-term use of Bigen or any hair dye products can cause cancer. However, this is not as yet proven.

If you want to be totally safe, you can use henna or other less dangerous chemical free products.

 

Vasalgel update

Earlier this year I wrote a post about RISUG (US brand name Vasalgel), a reversible injectable male contraceptive that also supposedly cured hair loss. Under that post, someone commented that the reason it cured hair loss was because of finasteride also being injected along with the actual contraceptive polymer.  None of the articles on RISUG seemed to say that the hair loss benefits were due to finasteride, but it made sense.

This month, news just came out that Vasalgel was likely to become available in the US by 2017 after successful results in highly promiscuous baboons.  I doubt that they will also inject finasteride with it, but you never know, and maybe doctors will be open to doing the combo treatment on some patients.  I wonder if finasteride will be more successful when delivered this way than via pill or topical form?