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Millennials Are Losing Their Hair Early: Cristiano Ronaldo Has a Salon For That

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Soccer superstar, Cristiano Ronaldo, is officially in the beauty business. Yesterday, he announced a partnership with Insparya a Spanish haircare clinic with the latest in capillary technology and a decade of experience in the biz.

They seem legit. Only problem is struggling with hair loss isn’t the easiest challenge to admit. But who better to reinvent the discussion of replanting hair follicles like seeds of grass into your skull than Ronaldo?

TMZ reported that while Ronaldo claimed his ultra-coiffed mane is fully original, he endorsed the procedure 100% and will do it if/when need be. “When I think it’s necessary [to have a transplant], of course I’ll do it,” he declared at yesterday’s clinic opening.

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With studs like Ronaldo leading the way, why not dig into relevant men’s health topics, such as hair loss, which is affecting men under 35 in record numbers?

Studies indicate a rise in hair loss amongst millennials is mostly due to stress, according to a report by MarketWatch.

A new survey released Thursday from Bankrate finds that 17% of millennials (ages 18-37) lose sleep because of educational costs, about three times as many as their elders. What’s more, 39% of millennials toss and turn over work worries (that’s 10 percentage points higher than Gen Xers and Baby Boomers), and half of millennials lose sleep over relationships, compared to just over one-third of older people.

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According to an advertisement by hims, 66% of men lose their hair before age 35. The new line of chic yet affordable wellness products provides medical grade ED pills, hair loss and skin care products for men. The hot new wellness company not only offers solutions but aims to change the conversation surrounding men’s health completely. The mission is to “create an open and empowered male culture that results in more proactivity around health and preventative self-care.”

We hope to enable a conversation that’s currently closeted. Men aren’t supposed to care for themselves. We call bullshit. The people who depend on you and care about you want you to. To do the most good, you must be well.

The Hims Mission

Hear, hear, hims. Fellas, take notes.

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Jessica Hoppe

Jessica Hoppe is a New York-based writer and social media strategist who founded her blog, Nueva Yorka, in 2015. She has been featured in Vogue, Yahoo, HuffPost, PopSugar, Who What Wear, Ravishly and worked as Lifestyle Editor for StyleCaster. Jessica has been passionate about writing, diversity and Latin American culture from an early age. Having grown up in a Spanish speaking home, her father is Ecuadorian and her mother is from Honduras.

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