Whenever you’re looking for the right approach to hair restoration, I’m sure you’ve noticed several hundred of brands that appear to be “wonder remedies” for baldness. You know what; Industries that provide drug treatment for hair loss are multimillion-dollar industries. So, don’t let trap your mind in their powerful slogans. If you have tried everything but nothing works, you can go for an FUE Hair Transplant. In some cases, some people are not eligible for FUE Hair Transplant due to their health issues, Non–Surgical instant hair restoration techniques are the best option for them.
- Instant Hair Thickening Fibers
Instant hair gives the appearance of thick hair by shaking the hair fiber container across your thinning area. With a simple hair washing, instant hair is easily removed. The product comes from keratin protein fibers which remain in place even under strong winds and harsh rain and are charged with static electricity.
Minoxidil doesn’t regrow hair, however, it leads to shrunken hair follicles (those are almost dead) to grow into terminal follicles. A variety of clinical trials have been performed on Minoxidil, all trials have shown that it grows more hair than placebo. It has also been shown that the 5 percent Minoxidil solution grows more hair than the 2 percent formula. So, these results encouraged me to use Minoxidil.
DHT (dihydrotestosterone) is the major reason for hair loss. Finasteride prevents testosterone conversion into DHT and reduces DHT by up to 75%. Propecia is the popular brand of Finasteride. In a study, more than 80% of the people have experienced rejuvenated hair growth and about 5% said their improvement was intense.
It has recently been introduced into the market and also known commercially as Avodart. It is more efficient for reducing DHT than Finasteride. Studies have shown that DHT reduction with Dutasteride is 90 percent and it is only 75 percent with Finasteride. It has been developed to treat enlarged prostate by GlaxoSmithKline but has not yet been approved by the FDA for hair loss.
This is the least prescribed drug to hair loss patients. The possible adverse effects restrict the use of these medications, but as it is available in the market so many patients ask about it. Such anti-testosterone drugs are only for women. It is meant to reduce the levels of testosterone and reverse the causes of female hair loss. In men, it is not recommended because of its side effects.