Cosmetology has made many advances in the field of hair fall treatments. But still, there is no elusive treatment available that can put a permanent stop to baldness. Many types of research are being done in the field, and one such futuristic concept is hair cloning. As the name suggests, Hair Cloning is a concept in which healthy hair follicle cells are extracted from a patient, and multiple clones are cultivated in vitro. These cloned follicles are then transplanted back into the patient's head where they will continue to grow normally. Hair Multiplication Treatment is also a similar treatment to hair cloning except that instead of cloning hair follicle cells, the follicles are transected and implanted back into the scalp where they tend to regenerate. Through this process, it is established in clinical trials that the germinative cells at the base of the hair can regenerate into a new follicle. Trichologist all over the world can find many advantages through this technique. The biggest being that there is a minimal risk of visible scarring and there are no side effects. The procedure is also relatively easy, and it produces a permanent result. However, there are many disadvantages and limitations as of now using this process. The process is still in their clinical trials, and it will be still some more time before it actually hits the market. The entire process of cloning itself is difficult to accomplish, as hair follicles cannot grow on their own and they are very complex to be grown in test tubes. There is also no guarantee as to what the symptoms of the procedure will be many years down the line. Though in a testing phase, Hair Multiplication Treatment looks to offer a permanent solution to baldness once all their limitations are conquered.