September 12, 2014

Lex Luthor’s hair loss problem

Category: Bald Cartoons — admin @ 7:48 am

Almost any fan of comics and cartoons has heard about Jerry Siegel. Being one of the co-creators of Superman, the amazing character of one of the most appreciated comic books ever, Jerry Siegel has a significant influence in the field of comics.
lex_luthorAs mentioned on http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Lex_Luthor, Jerry Siegel has also created the archenemy of Superman, Lex Luthor. One of the biggest dilemmas related to Lex Luthor is the look of his hair. If in his earliest appearances, in 1940, Luthor has had a full head of red hair, he later became hairless due to an artist’s mistake. In 1960, some stories reveal how he lost his hair when a fire destroyed his laboratory.
When Lex Luthor is redesigned from scratch in 1980s, in the comic book The Man of Steel, he does no longer have his hair lost in a chemical fire, but he is designed with a receding hairline due to aging.
Unfortunately, due to aging, stress or some health conditions, numerous men are affected by hair loss in real life, not just in comic books. Perhaps the creators of the new Lex Luthor have been affected by hair loss, reason why they designed him like that.
Hair loss or alopecia is a condition that may affect both women and men, at some point in their lives. Harming their self-esteem and making them want to do something about it, numerous men and women opt for various treatments to stop hair loss and promote the natural regrowth of healthy hair. But is it essential to know the root of the problem before acting and fighting against it.
In Lex Luthor’s case (from 1980s), the root of his hair loss was aging and genetics. Many men lose their hair due to genes therefore if your father or one of your grandfathers was affected by alopecia you are likely to be affected by hair loss, as well. Because your hair follicles may be sensitive to Dyhidrotestosterone, if it is in your genes, the production of Dyhidrotestosterone will make the hair follicles to get thinner and smaller and the hair will eventually fall down.
Today there are numerous treatments that stop and even prevent hair loss. Provillus is a natural solution that promotes the natural regrowth of hair, stopping the hair loss and nourishing the scalp. Probably the creators of Lex Luthor did not want him to regain his hair or perhaps they did not know that stopping hair loss is possible.
It is important to start the treatment as soon as possible, at the early signs of hair loss. Preventing is always easier than treating, so using Provillus, which by the way can be bought from www.provillus.org, will help the consumers stop the hair loss with minimum damage to their appearances. It does not just stop the development of alopecia, but Provillus also offers the nutrients required for a healthy and beautiful scalp.
Do not let genes affect the look of your hair! Lex Luthor might have been bald and very smart, but if he would have known about a cure for hair loss, he certainly would have used it.

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