Results set us apart

Our hair loss treatments have helped thousands of SA men. Don’t just take our word for it.

Hair loss can be confusing.

We make it simple by connecting you to experts for help.

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Regrow your hair in a few simple steps

  • Tell us about you  

    Tell us about you

    Answer some questions about your hair loss and medical history. Book a slot for the doctor to call you.

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  • Chat with a doctor

    Chat with a doctor

    A doctor will call whenever it works for you. No waiting rooms. No stress.

  • Stress-free delivery

    Stress-free delivery

    Subscribe to your personalised treatment plan and get it shipped to your door.

All hair loss is our type

  • Receding Hairline

  • Balding Crown

  • Overall Thinning

Hairlines that resemble a M-V-or-U-shape. Get a treatment plan that prevents further hair loss and promotes frontal hair growth.

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Hair loss that appears at the crown of your scalp. A combo treatment plan will target hair loss at the vertex.

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If your hairline is receding and you’re thinning at the crown. Get a treatment plan that reduces the hair loss hormone, DHT, to prevent further hair loss and promote hair growth.

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*Some treatment plans are only available by prescription pursuant to a consultation with a doctor.

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Hair loss questions, answered

What type of hair loss do you treat?

We treat the most common type of hair loss. It’s called Male Pattern Balding (medically referred to as Androgenic or Androgenetic Alopecia). This type of hair loss is genetic, but it’s preventable and treatable, so if you’ve started to notice more hair loss than usual, start your online doctor consultation.

Can I use &BAM if I'm already bald?

The best way to treat male pattern hair loss is to treat it early, proactively, and consistently. If you have been bald for a few years, it may not be possible to get great results. A doctor will let you know if your chances of seeing results are slim.

Is there a cure for hair loss?

No, there isn’t currently a cure for hair loss – so watch out for any company claiming they can sell you a “cure.” There are however effective and well-studied treatments available that can slow hair loss or even help you regrow your hair – you’ll just need to chat with a doctor to learn more.

How long after starting treatment can you expect to see results?

Typically, within 3 to 6 months of treatment you can expect to see results. Everyone is different so some individuals see results sooner and for others it may take up to a year to start seeing results.

Does wearing a cap cause hair loss?

No, there is no evidence to suggest that the wearing of caps or hats causes hair loss. In fact, extra sun protection for the scalp is recommended in those with thinning hair, as there is less of a barrier against the sun’s rays.

For how long do I need to use the hair loss treatment?

Due to the nature of the medication used to treat hair loss, you have to continue to use the treatment for as long as you want to maintain the effect. If you stop treatment, your hair will regress to where you were before starting treatment, and your hair loss will continue to worsten.

It is normal to see an increase in shedding in the first few weeks of treatment?

Yes. The hair loss treatment will shorten the resting phase of your hair cycle and cause the hairs to enter their growing phase earlier. This may result in the detachment of some of the old hairs as they are replaced by newer replacement hairs. So, if you do notice an increase in shedding, don’t panic. Keep applying the treatment, the shedding should subside, and you will start to get newer and
better hair growth.

How often do I use treatment?

Generally, the treatment is taken or applied once a day. However, your consulting doctor may increase or decrease the frequency of treatment.

Are there side effects?

As with all prescription medication, there is the potential for side effects to occur. The
doctor will discuss all the side effects with you during your online consultation. Although those side effects are concerning to anyone, they only affect a very small percentage of men when treating male pattern baldness. Emerging research also suggests that the chances of side effects are significantly lower when treatment is used topically instead of orally.

Can females use your treatments?

No. For female specific hair loss solutions, drop us a WhatsApp.