What Are The Best Hair Loss Treatments?
There are various hair loss treatments on the market, and some are more effective than others. Results will always vary with each individual, so it is a case of finding a treatment or a regime that works best for you. There are only two medically approved hair loss treatments that are available to purchase on the market, and they are Finasteride (branded as Propecia), and Minoxidil (most commonly branded as Regaine/Rogaine). HR23+ supplement and serum act as safe alternatives to the side-effect prone medically approved drugs, as mentioned. Here, we look at some of the best products for hair regrowth and thickness.
Stem Cells Regeneration
Japan based skincare company, Shiseido teamed up with RepliCel Life
Sciences on a 'hair regeneration' project that involves replicating hair
follicles to combat the effects of male and female pattern baldness. This revolutionary new treatment could be able stop the
pattern of hair loss in its tracks by repairing damaged nerves, thus
paving the way for hair to grow naturally.
JAK Inhibitors for AGA
Aclaris Therapeutics are set to test Janus Kinase
Inhibitors, which inhibit the activity of a family on enzymes, on men
with Andro Genetic Alopecia (AGA) after seeing impressive results on
patients with Alopecia Areata (AA). 95 percent of balding men suffer
from AGA (due to male hormones, in particular DHT), whereas only 1-2pc
of men are believed to suffer from the AA variant, so the world will be
watching this one with interest. This US based project aims to be at the forefront of providing a cure for common forms of alopecia such as male pattern baldness. - Sourced from the
Dutasteride has been approved to treat hair loss in Japan and South
Korea for some time, but it is yet to be approved in Europe and the
US. The drug, branded as Avodart, inhibits dihydrotestosterone (DHT), a
derivative of testosterone that destroys hair follicles and is at the
root of most people's male pattern baldness. This potent drug acts in a similar way to that of Finasteride (Propecia), but with reported less side-effects and more visible results. This drug is unlikely to regrow more than 30% of lost hair, but it can effectively prevent the rate of hair fall.
Bimatoprost, by Allergan, burst onto the scene in 2015, when it was
shown to work well in lengthening and thickening eyelashes in women. The next step is to develop this formula for the regrowth of hair on the
scalp. The signs looked promising initially, but there has not been any news since.
Finasteride & Minoxidil (FDA Approved)
The only two medically approved treatments for balding and thinning hair are Finasteride (Propecia) and Minoxidil (Regaine/Rogaine). Finasteride is a prescription drug for men suffering from baldness. Minoxidil is a topical solution that can regrow hair in men and women (5% for men, 2% for women) suffering from common forms of alopecia, such as pattern baldness and seasonal shedding. Both drugs can be effective, but on the downside, they do potentially come with unwanted side-effects.
HR23+ hair health supplement is designed to help men and women prevent the rate of hair fall and promote the formation of healthy hair growth. Packed with 23 key ingredients that block DHT and encourage cell growth, this potent formula works as a safe and effective alternative to harsh drugs. HR23+ comes with no side-effects, and comes with an 88% customer satisfaction rate. This supplement is not FDA approved as a treatment for baldness, but it can demonstrate excellent results in patients suffering with Norwood/Savin 2-4.