Hair health

Confront hair loss

Action inspires growth. Help your hair flourish with effective treatments for male pattern hair loss.

Prices start from:

£1.04 / tablet

Prices start from just £1.04 / tablet

Regulated UK provider of medicine for hair loss.

90% of men taking finasteride 1mg have either improved or maintained scalp coverage.

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Our promise

If you’re new to Numan, here’s how we do things.

Trusted

We’re regulated by the Care Quality Commission.

Discreet

All our deliveries are free, discreet, and usually arrive within 24 hours.

Supportive

Our team of clinicians and health experts can support you along every step of your treatment journey.

The big questions

What is male pattern hair loss?

Male pattern hair loss is the most common type of hair loss in men. It’s usually characterised by symptoms such as thinning hair at the temples and sides of the scalp, a balding crown, and a receding hairline.

Male pattern hair loss is caused by the activity of a molecule called dihydrotestosterone (DHT) on the hair follicles in the scalp. It causes them to produce hair that becomes progressively smaller, shorter, and lighter until the follicles stop making hair altogether - resulting in the telltale signs of male pattern hair loss.

How can I treat male pattern hair loss?

Treatments for hair loss (such as finasteride and Topical Spray) can reduce and reverse hair loss in men with male pattern baldness. They work to stimulate hair regrowth on the parts of the head most affected by male pattern hair loss, and improve scalp coverage by increasing hair thickness and density.

Each hair loss treatment helps to counter male pattern baldness in a unique way - giving you the flexibility to find one that suits your needs and lifestyle best. For optimal hair regrowth results, treatments such as the Complete Hair Kit contain finasteride and Topical Spray to tackle hair loss from all angles and promote hair regrowth with two treatments instead of one.

What to expect from a hair loss treatment

Normally, it takes about one to three months to notice any changes to your hair when you first start using a hair loss treatment.

After a few months of continuous treatment, hair loss should start to slow and newly regrown hairs should begin to emerge.

Beyond six months, scalp coverage should noticeably improve as thicker, fuller regrown hairs fill in patches of thinning hair.

The hair loss treatment journey

  • Take a free online consultation, choose your preferred hair loss treatment, and our clinicians will review your request. If approved your treatment will be swiftly and discreetly delivered to your door (usually within 24 hours).
  • Each month you’re with us, we’ll send you a refill of your hair loss treatment so you can continue to keep on track with your hair regrowth journey.
  • We also provide free support for as long as your treatment plan is active, and you can email our clinical team at any time for guidance or advice on how to get the most out of your hair loss treatment.
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The hair loss treatment journey
“Conditions such as hair loss require long term consistent treatment, and that means daily medication, to help achieve the best outcome. Patience and consistency are key when using any hair loss treatment because hair regrowth is a naturally gradual process.”

– Dr. Luke Pratsides, Lead GP at Numan

How Numan works

It’s healthcare without the hassle.

Free online consultation

Free online consultation

Once complete, your consultation will be reviewed by our clinicians. Most prescriptions are approved the same day.

Continuous care

Continuous care

Have any questions or want to change your medication? Speak to our clinicians and they’ll be able to help.

Free 24-hour delivery

Free 24-hour delivery

If your treatment is approved, it’ll be posted to you discreetly within 24 hours.

Cancel anytime

Cancel anytime

If you’re not happy with the service, or simply don’t need treatment anymore, you can cancel anytime.

Hair loss treatments: what to expect

Straightforward answers to frequently asked questions.