Updated: Mar 31
We can fly to the moon, we have self-driving cars, yet we still do not have a full proof treatments for hair loss.
To this day scientists are perplexed by hair loss, and although we know a lot about what causes it and how it works, we still have not cracked the code on how to fix it. Luckily, people much smarter than you or I have been able to create several different treatments that, although they aren’t full proof, can be very effective at helping stop, and even sometimes reverse, hair loss.
Most notably are finasteride, minoxidil, low-level laser therapy, and ketoconazole shampoo. These are by far the most commonly used treatments because they are widely available and (besides ketoconazole) are FDA approved for hair loss, which means they have been shown to be significantly effective in clinical trials. But what happens if you combine all three of them?