Stemoxydine is a patented molecule by L'Oreal for hair loss treatment (see more detailed information about Stemoxydine here). Stemoxydine 5% was shown to stimulate hair regrowth in a small scale 101 subjects clinic study. L'Oreal stated that Stemoxydine is free of any side effects seen in minoxidil products
Propecia is one of two FDA-approved drugs for treating hair loss. Propecia is an oral medication that suppresses DHT, the hormone that causes male-pattern baldness. Your genes target the DHT-sensitive hair follicles, causing them to shrink, which leads to hair loss. Propecia pills stop the development of DHT hormones, in turn stopping hair loss. The product has been found to stop further hair loss in 60 percent of men and in some cases even reverse hair loss to some degree.
Originally created to shrink enlarged prostates, Propecia Finasteride comes
Finasteride 1 mg tablets (Propecia) was approved for hair loss treatment by FDA since1997. It is one of the only two products approved by FDA for hair loss treatment, the other being minoxidil.
Finasteride users seem to be very polarized, with one group being very critical about it and the other group being love it so much that they would even go as far as to say those who reported sides effects are from mental issue. So how bad the finasteride side effects are? Let's examine the data collected from large clinical study submitted to FDA by pharmaceutical companies.
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In 2016, Densifique’s new formula combines for the first time Stemoxydine® with the Complex Glycan and texturising polymers to increase the look of hair density. For the first time in the history of hair care, Kérastase ventures into a new step in the control of follicle biology by introducing glycobiology, the study of glycans, which has been awarded seven Nobel Prizes. Proven results: The hair fiber appears booster. After 3 months, the programme helps maintain the hair's density with more than 1000 new hair revealed.* (* Clinical study conducted versus placebo with daily application of the cure during