Some people believe it (or RU-58841, or RU) is a safe alternative to finasteride. But is it really true? Are there any better options available if someone does not want to use finasteride? What is the verdict on how often RU should be used? What are the caveats when one tries to concoct their own solution? This blog will try to answer all of these and many other commonly asked questions about this treatment from a chemist's perspective.
Finasteride pill (brand name Propecia) is one of the only two FDA approved products for hair loss treatment. Topical finasteride has been explored by many users to lower side effects of finasteride pill. This blog will discuss (1) if the topical finasteride works, (2) whether it has fewer side effects, (3) the best way to avoid side effects, (4) how to compound topical finasteride yourself, and (5), how to maximize the effects of topical finasteride. Other commonly asked questions will also be discussed.
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Statistics indicate that by the age of thirty-five, nearly two-thirds of men experience some hair loss. Once it happens, it can be frustrating and embarrassing. Many men would try anything to change the situation, and the emotional pain of dealing with alopecia or male pattern baldness drive many people to try techniques that can help potentially regenerate the hair growth process. Derma rolling (or micro needling) is one technique many men try.