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topical finasteride review

 

Finasteride pill (brand name Propecia) is one of the only two FDA approved products for hair loss treatment, the other being minoxidil.  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 its side effects is less than oral finasteride, (3) what is the best way to avoid side effects, and (4) how to make topical finasteride yourself. 

 

This is a looooong article about the world's second best selling hair loss treatment product Finasteride.  For regular customers, it will be more than enough to just read the 16 frequently asked questions about finasteride. If you want to be an expert on finasteride, you can read the second part, which is our professional finasteride review.

1. What is Finasteride?

Finasteride is one of the

retinoic acid tretinoin hair loss treatment

 

Retinoic acid,  also called tretinoin or all-trans-retinoic acid , is a vitamin A derivative.  It is mixed with Minoxidil and offered by some hair loss clinics to treat hair loss. Here we answer the top 10 questions you may have when considering using retinoic acid.

 

1. What is Retinoic acid?

Lipogaine review

For Lipogaine lovers, it is heartbreaking to see that Lipogaine decided to stop selling its best hair loss products (Lipogaine for menLipogaine for women) on Amazon to avoid hefty Amazon commission fee. For those who never used Lipogaine products before, you can't help thinking if Lipogaine lives up to it hype. 

I like Amazon. Not only is it very convenient, but also I can read reviews written by other real

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minoxidil with MPG

Medroxyprogesterone (MPG), an artificial female sex hormones, has widely been used for hormone replacement therapy (HRT) and pregnancy prevention. It is often prescribed for spotting, having no periods and irregular periods. It is sometimes used off label to treat polycystic ovary syndrome (PCOS). Medroxyprogesterone is known be associated with an increased risk of breast cancer.

Medroxyprogesterone lotion 0.0125% is added to 4%, 5% and 8% minoxidil solution with