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.
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?
Pronor finasteride 5mg is a generic version of Proscar (5 mg of finasteride /pill), made by Square One Pharma, a Bangladesh company.
It has 5 mg finasteride in each pill. Finasteride prevents the conversion of testosterone to dihydrotestosterone (DHT) in the body. DHT is involved in the development of benign prostatic hyperplasia (BPH). Both Pronor and Proscar are used to treat symptoms of benign prostatic hyperplasia (BPH) in men with an
A lot of users who switched from Minoxidil liquid to Minoxidil Foam noticed increased hair loss and had to switch back to liquid minoxidil.
People wonder why the liquid minoxidil works better than minoxidil foam.
This is particularly puzzling given that clinical studies have showed the foam has better success rate than liquid.
We all know that 5% minoxidil works better than 2% minoxidil. That is because the amount of minoxidil matters.
The more minoxidil the scalp absorbs, the better it works. Now let’s compare 5% minoxidil