Hair loss is a serious problem that we all face in our day to day life, but we often do not know why we face it and what is the perfect solution to fix it. Today we will be sharing some of the medications available in the market to treat hair fall.
We have all faced hair loss at one time or another in our lives, some of us might be experiencing it right now too. Let’s find out some of the common reasons for hair loss.
Cause of hair loss:
Sudden stress can cause hair loss in many people, sometimes we may face environmental changes which can be stressful for many people. Public interactions and social settings can also bring out stress in many people.
Hormones and age:
Hormones and increasing age can also contribute to hair loss. Hormones can change due to a serious medical condition which could also affect hair loss.
Alopecia areata is an autoimmune disease in which a person’s immune system attacks cells in the scalp, causing hair loss and eliminating the chances of hair regrowth.
Some people who start showing signs of hair loss early in life may have inherited conditions. It can be transformed from the maternal side or from the paternal side towards the child.
Certain medications that people usually take for conditions such as high blood pressure, thyroid, and cancer can seriously affect your scalp and can cause hair loss.
What is Mino-xidil topical solution?
Mino-xidil is a vasodilator, which means that it widens and relaxes the scalp, widens the blood vessels and ensures better blood circulation in the scalp.
Mino-xidil allows blood to easily reach and spread all over the scalp, with better blood circulation to the hair follicles, it helps them rejuvenate and grow faster. Mino-xidil does not stop hair loss but it helps hair regrowth.
Mino-xidil can increase your hair loss because the telogen phase of the hair follicles will fall off which will be the start of the anagen phase where mino-xidil will produce thicker and healthier hair follicles.
You can opt for our Mino-xidil topical solution which has been loved and appreciated by our customers. This solution was able to give our customers results they thought were impossible to achieve.
Benefits of minoxidil for beard hair
Because it is a vasodilator, Mino-xidil causes blood vessels in the scalp to widen, which improves circulation to hair follicles and promotes beard growth.
The hair development cycle on the scalp can take years. However, the growth cycle for your facial hair, beard and eyebrows, as well as other body hair, only lasts one to two months at most. The vasodilation caused by Mino-xidil, often known as the expansion of blood vessels to strengthen the follicles, is the main effect of Mino-xidil. This slows down the rate at which the hair falls out.
It is assumed that Mino-xidil can work wonders for the beard since the blood vessels in the face are larger than those in the scalp. Therefore, men who suffer from beard hair loss or beard thinning can benefit from using Mino-xidil for beard growth.
GROWW Mino-xidil Topical Solution:
Mino-xidil topical solution is one of the most effective treatments for male pattern baldness as it reactivates congested hair follicles and promotes hair growth. People who have used this remedy swear by it, however, results vary from person to person; we suggest a minimum of two months of use. However, hair regrowth is a time-consuming process. It cannot show results overnight, so you have to be patient and have faith in the product.
GROWW Mino-xidil Topical Solution has been clinically proven to regrow hair up to 25% in 10-12 weeks, so you have to trust the product and the process to get the best results.
What is Aminexil?
Just like Mino-xidil, Aminexil also helps promote hair growth and control hair loss. Aminexil promotes healthier hair development by increasing blood circulation to the scalp. It also helps remove collagen buildup around the hair shaft.
This can be used by both men and women, Aminexil has no side effects on the person using it but it is also advised not to use any other product while using this medicine. In many cases of severe hair loss, Aminexil is used with Mino-xidil because these two combined have given better results.
What is Redensyl?
Redensyl is a relatively new alternative treatment for hair loss, it contains a new molecule called dihydroquercetin-glucoside (DHQG), which helps hair loss and encourages hair follicle stem cells to grow and grow. Redensyl is made from 7 plant compounds, which means it is natural and has no side effects. It is also rich in anti-inflammatory properties and amino acids which help in the production of protein in the hair.
Redensyl for hair is also considered the new magic treatment because it works deep into the cells to make them healthier and more active so that new hair follicles look healthy and fuller. You can use a hair conditioner or redensyl serum available from GHC.
Redensyl is made up of these seven natural compounds.
- Zinc chloride
Redensyl Side Effects
Clinical studies of Redensyl say it has almost no side effects. It is just useful for hair development and has no negative side effects.
It produces excellent results because it is herbal and biotechnology based.
Redensyl has no side effects. It is the most effective because:
- It is a natural component.
- It does not contain any hormones.
- It promotes hair growth at the cellular level, and the benefits are obvious.
What is Procapil?
Like Redensyl, Procapil is also a relatively new formula that is completely natural and is obtained from citrus and olive trees. Just like Redensyl, it also works at the cellular level, it is known to strengthen and control hair loss. Procapil also acts on the cells in the scalp that produce DHT, it tries to control the production by gradually reducing it.
Procapil helps increase blood circulation and treat thinning hair, it not only controls hair loss but it also helps repair your hair texture.
As Procapil is a natural medicine, it has no side effects on people who use it, it nourishes the scalp and only works to benefit the scalp cells.
Mino-xidil vs Aminexil vs Redensyl vs Procapil
The market is still adjusting to Redensyl and Procapil as they are relatively new compounds and competitors in the market. Mino-xidil is the oldest of all.
Mino-xidil has side effects that may worry some people, one of the main side effects is that mino-xidil can weaken your hair follicles before making them stronger. Many people who start their treatment with Mino-xidil lose almost all of their hair, but after shredding they also see new hair growth within a few weeks. Mino-xidil has proven results and people swear by this solution.
Redensyl and Procapil are new contenders and are relatively new to the market, they certainly don’t have any side effects on the scalp but they are not widely tested and used so we don’t have much information on their regrowth process.
Although Aminexil for hair has no side effects on the person using it, we do not suggest you to mix drugs while using it. Well, the ultimate choice will always be yours. We have given you different options for you to choose from, Mino-xidil has given our customers results and they swear by the product, so if you feel the need to try something different you can always go forward with new formulas like Redensyl or Procapil.
But always do your thorough research before taking any medication, hope this article has helped you make the right choice for yourself.
If you suffer from severe hair loss and want to buy dermatologist recommended products like the ones mentioned above, you can visit our Mars by GHC website.
Frequently Asked Questions
1. What happens when you stop using Procapil?
There are no other side effects on the hair if you stop using procapil.
2. Can I use Mino-xidil and Procapil?
Yes, you can take Mino-xidil in the evening and Procapil in the morning.
3. Are there any side effects of Redensyl?
The fact that it is biotechnologically developed and completely herbal means that it has very few adverse effects.
- Meda Sandra OrasanPompei Bolfa, Andrei Coneac, Adriana Muresan and Carmen Mihu, February 2016
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