Non-Surgical – Topical Treatments for Hair Loss.

It is quite common to have a certain amount of hair fall every day. Hair undergoes cyclical changes and grows and sheds itself in phases with a large number of things returning into play for growth and fall as well.

Hair loss is very common within the age group of the 40s and 50s, and this can happen due to some listed reasons, including hormonal changes, alopecia and stress.

Hair Loss will be noticed even at its earliest stage. After you brush or comb your hair when wiping it dry with a towel following bath time, it is natural to see a few strands stuck between the teeth of your comb. However, if there are more hairs than normal that are stuck there or if you keep seeing fallen hairs every time your brush, then that could be an early warning for hair loss, it can cause distress and worry.

As we mentioned earlier there are many factors that lead to the cause of hair fall. They can be any one or a combination of the following:

  • DANDRUFF AND OTHER FUNGAL INFECTIONS
  • EXCESSIVE USE OF CHEMICALS LIKE HAIR DYES
  • EXPOSING HAIR TO HEAT
  • STRESS AND ANXIETY
  • PREGNANCY
  • DIET
  • HEREDITARY THINNING/BALDNESS
  • SMOKING

When faced with hair loss many people aren’t sure where to turn for help. They often:

  • Try to cover the problem by changing their part or hairstyle.
  • Buy products that come with claims that they will restore hair without any authorised certifications.
  • Some individuals reduce on however usually they shampoo hairs.

But the results from these efforts are often modest at best and very rarely get to the root of the problem. If you are one among them please don’t get panic, hair fall will be treated using various topical treatment therapies

    • HFSC (Human Follicle Stem Cell) complex with the added advantage of growth factors and essential amino acid is a unique formula developed by Transdermal Technology for topical use available in Hair Thinning and Minoxidil tends to be more effective when used along with another Topical tretinoin: Retin-A, or topical tretinoin, is sometimes used as a combination therapy with minoxidil for androgenic alopecia. It’s important to use this type of medication under the guidance of your doctor. In some circumstances, tretinoin can actually cause hair loss. Some people who have used it at home report that topical retinol creams, serums, and lotions may make hair loss worse.
  • Aminexil is a similar compound to Minoxidil that prevents premature aging or rigidification of collagen, but with the possible side effects (scalp irritation, redness, itching).
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