Finasteride is the most effective hair loss medication and has been for the past two decades. Unfortunately, it does not come without side effects. Many men stave off taking finasteride due to the purported side effects. Micro-dosing both topical and oral versions gives you the best of both worlds. Efficacy and a lower possibility of developing adverse side effects.
Oral medications such as finasteride and dutasteride have been a staple in treating hair loss. But recently, there have been some exciting breakthrough revelations with topical treatments.
RU58841 has been a popular anti-androgen that many hair loss sufferers worldwide take regularly, but is it safe to use, and does it have side effects? Find out
Although the hair transplant industry has made significant advancements in recent years, there seems to be an increasing number of hair transplant repair patients. It is no surprise given the number of black-market clinics opening up worldwide. Let this be your guide.
RU58841 is a topical anti-androgen that has been around for years. It is a compound that hasn't been approved for hair loss and is used off-label to stop genetic hair loss. But is it the most effective topical? Keep reading.
Finasteride has been available for over twenty years and remains to be the most effective treatment to date. Recently though, more people have been interested in topical finasteride.
Oral dutasteride is not FDA-approved to treat genetic hair loss. However, it is a lot more effective and powerful than finasteride. Topical dutasteride is said to deliver the same strength without the systemic effects.
Studies have shown that 1 mg of oral minoxidil is almost twice as effective as the topical version. However, the incidence of side effects was higher with the oral version than the topical version. Oral minoxidil in low doses has been well-tolerated, according to several studies.
DermMatch hair loss cover-up can create a thin (or even thick) layer on the balding scalp quite possibly preventing full absorption of the Rogaine. Though it's not highly convenient, I happen to agree with the Rogaine representative that washing out the DermMatch before applying Rogaine is...
Tricor is used to lower triglyceride levels which to my knowledge has not been found to be linked to male or female hair loss. In doing some quick research on Chromium Picolinate, it appears to be used to promote weight loss and several have reported hair loss as a result of using it. In my opinion, unless a physician...
During the past few years many hair transplant physicians and members of the online patient community have expressed their reservations about Dr. Armani and his questionable ethics, deceptive marketing practices, as well as issues with his hair transplant technique both FUT and FUE. Rather than respond to these allegations Dr. Armani has chosen to sue the Hair Transplant Network for comments made on its forum by the publisher and other forum members.