Yin Dongyi, from Beijing, the Chinese capital, before he had hair transplant surgery (left), and two years after the procedure with a full head of hair (right).
Yin Dongyi, from Beijing, the Chinese capital, before he had hair transplant surgery (left), and two years after the procedure with a full head of hair (right).
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Millennial Chinese men going bald younger, getting hair transplants to restore their locks and confidence

  • Stress, lack of sleep and unhealthy lives have been blamed for a rash of receding hairlines among Chinese men under 40
  • Hair transplant surgery, which in Hong Kong can cost more than US$12,500 per session, is on the rise, and robots are making one popular procedure easier

Yin Dongyi, from Beijing, the Chinese capital, before he had hair transplant surgery (left), and two years after the procedure with a full head of hair (right).
Yin Dongyi, from Beijing, the Chinese capital, before he had hair transplant surgery (left), and two years after the procedure with a full head of hair (right).
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