HAIR LOSS TREATMENT FOR WOMEN
HOW DO WE OVERCOME GENETICS AND AGE TO REGROW THICKER, FULLER HAIR?Minoxidil/Melatonin/Tretinonin Hair Loss Formula that come to discreetly to your doorstep! REGROW THICKER, FULLER HAIR!
Minoxidil has been the number one topical therapy for androgenetic alopecia since its FDA clearance in 1988. Even after years of use, its exact mode of action is not completely understood. Minoxidil sulfate is the active metabolite which has been shown to stimulate hair growth. The proposed mechanisms of action for minoxidil are:
It creates vasodilatation.
It slows senescence of keratinocytes.
It increases proliferation of dermal papilla cells in the hair follicle.
It enhances cell proliferation.
Studies with topical minoxidil 2% or 3% show that hair regrowth tends to peak at around 1 year and that new non-vellus hairs were maintained at 4.5 to 5 years with ongoing use of the product. In addition to stimulating the growth of new hairs, minoxidil was also shown to increase the diameter of the individual hair shafts by over 30%. A randomized, placebo controlled comparison study of topical 5% minoxidil vs. topical 2% minoxidil showed the men in the 5% minoxidil group had 45% more hair growth at 8 weeks than those men using 2% minoxidil. *MY DIET DOC COMPOUNDS 5%*
Studies have shown that tretinoin increases the percutaneous absorption of minoxidil by three-fold. While minoxidil appears to exert its best hair growing effects on the vortex of the scalp, the combination of tretinoin and minoxidil results in hair growth in all areas of the scalp. It has been shown to penetrate the nucleus of cells and induce protein synthesis and cell turnover. There is also evidence that tretinoin, when added to Minoxidil and Melatonin it can increase its efficacy.
Melatonin has long been recognized as a hormone produced in the brain and for its antioxidant benefits in aging, and its related depravation as to the main reason why our bodies spend less time in deeper stages of restorative sleep as we get older. However, a number of recent studies have also shown that melatonin is uniquitously made in the skin and in hair follicles. In addition, it has been shown that melatonin acts on the skin and in hair follicles by inducing hair growth by keeping the hair follicles in the anagen phase of hair growth.
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