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The second member of ‘The big three’ and another extremely effective FDA approved hair loss treatment is minoxidil. Minoxidil was originally an oral medication for high blood pressure, after a while, however, patients started reporting hair growth everywhere on their body, and so the minoxidil topical solution for treating hair loss born.
Im in the same boat. My only help has been to make my own hair cream to try to stimulate my hair. Its not perfect, still have trouble with a few places but has helped. I go back and forth to Jamaica also. Good luck!
There are few scientifically proven and FDA-approved treatments for hair loss. There are thousands of unproven claims and products to help with hair regrowth. Many conditioners, shampoos, vitamins, and other products claim to help hair grow in some unspecified way. Nioxin has been a popular brand of shampoo for hair loss, but there is no compelling evidence showing it is any more effective than regular shampoos. These products are usually harmless but generally not scientifically proven and therefore potentially useless. To slow down hair loss, there are at least four potentially effective, basic options. These include medications like Minoxidil, and Propecia, which are for long-term use. Stopping these drugs does not seem to worsen or exacerbate the prior hair loss. The patient will simply revert to the state he would have been in had he never started treatment.
A recent study found that a supplement containing cistanche tubulosa (a desert plant used in traditional Chinese medicine) and laminaria japonica (an edible brown seaweed) promoted hair growth in people with mild to moderate hair loss. After 16 weeks of supplementation, volunteers saw a 13% increase in hair volume and a 27% increase in hair thickness. The supplement was also effective at treating scalp inflammation and dandruff.
Clients must also use the company’s shampoo, conditioner and styling products, forsaking all others — a psychological as well as a financial buy-in, Dr. Senna said. (Mr. Skjoth, who has a master’s degree in nutrition and chemistry but is not a doctor, said this is because other products may clog the scalp, causing hair loss.)
I wrote a few comments a bit ago. I suffer from thinning hair myself. My uncle runs a dermatology research unit in the western US. I am sad that you deleted my post. Its true that the only methods for MPB are rogaine and propecia. However, I consulted with them and propecia does indeed help in some cases help you KEEP the hair you do have. But has many sides. Rogaine does grow. My statement wasn’t to be confrontational it was just to make people aware there really is no real cure. I wish there was. Unless you got mad money like Tom Brady, you are risking things. I get its a confidence issue with hair I have my own anxiety. I just think people should be upfront. Propecia will not cure hair loss it will in SOME people halt it and Rogaine helps regrow but in some people has sides or doesn’t help. I think any serious agency would not suppress this from clients and or the public. There is no cure. Sadly. Thank You.
In the case of severe physical or emotional trauma, post-pregnancy hormonal changes, and medical treatments like chemotherapy, there may not be much you can do to prevent hair loss, balding, or thinning hair (keep in mind that, in many of these cases, hair will regrow on its own). But absent these conditions, if you notice that your hair feels thinner than usual or is falling out in clumps, see your doctor to figure out the cause.
Our other recommendation is the HairMax Ultima 12 LaserComb. The comb uses low-level lasers to stimulate hair follicles and modulate dihydrotestosterone (DHT) — a hormone that causes the most common type of hair loss. While it sounds like something from a sci-fi movie, the treatment works, and the dermatologists we consulted reported that their patients saw thicker and longer hair when combined with our top pick. The only catch: The comb isn’t as effective as minoxidil treatments, and at nearly $400, it’s a much bigger investment. Still, it’s the best option if you’re looking for a non-invasive, non-chemical treatment.
Ask for a shorter, volumizing cut. Short cuts are gentler on thin hair. If you allow your hair to grow out long, it will start to separate in thin locks and expose regions of the scalp. Instead, go for a shorter length, while requesting layers. Many stylists are familiar with hairstyles for thinning hair, so don’t be afraid to have an open dialogue.
Apply 1 ml of minoxidil liquid (or 1 foam squeeze, if you are using the foam version) all over the top of your scalp twice per day, with at least an 8-hour window of time in-between. It takes only a few minutes to apply, even less with the foam version. It’s faster than washing your teeth.