Library Of Medical Journal Abstracts

I have wasted much time and money over the years on hair loss treatments that were useless. I've since learned to stick with treatments that have some scientific validity. The way to determine whether something has a legitimate possibility of stopping baldness and solving your hair loss problems is by reading MEDICAL JOURNAL ABSTRACTS.

Each day more and more of your hair follicles are "shutting down". The more recent it has been since a hair follicle "shut down" the more likely it can be stimulated to begin growing hair again. The more time you waste, the more precious hair follicles you will lose forever. (See" The 30 Month Window")Therefore I strongly recommend utilizing only those hair loss treatment that offer some scientific validity. Hair loss and baldness is no fun. I hate it. I wish I had known 20 years ago what I know now.

I've lost much if not most of my hair. No matter how great any of my formulas work for me they will never regrow all my hair. This is because thousands and thousands of my hair follicles are now encapsulated with fibrosis and nothing will ever bring them back. But it may not be too late for you. Don't misunderstand me. I am not saying "use my formula or else". It's just that we know increased levels of dht have a great deal to do with hair loss in both men and women. We also know that there are products on the market that can help decrease dht. Spend some time surfing the web and INTELLIGENTLY research the various hair loss treatments. Then select what you feel is the best and start using it! Get those hair follicles protected! Keep in mind how much you are willing to spend on a monthly basis. Remember that you will have to stick with it. There is no sense in starting with a product that you will abandon because you can't afford it. Please remember that no matter how promising a hair loss treatment may seem always ask yourself "where are the scientific studies". If they simply elude to a study but don't actually show it to you along with its source FORGET IT! Below are some journal abstracts related to the home made formulas. Good luck my friend.

Inhibition of 5 alpha-reductase activity in human skin by zinc and azelaic acid.

Article Suggesting the benefit of topical saw palmetto.

Article Suggesting the benefit of topical saw palmetto.

Effect of a topical erythromycin-zinc formulation on sebum delivery.

Cations inhibit specifically type I 5 alpha-reductase found in human skin.

A double-blind controlled evaluation of the sebosuppressive activity of topical erythromycin-zinc complex.

Modulation of steroid receptor-mediated gene expression by vitamin B6.

Androgen hydroxysteroid dehydrogenases under the influence of pyridoxine derivatives.

Vitamin B6 modulates transcriptional activation by multiple members of the steroid hormone receptor superfamily.

Modulation of steroid receptor-mediated gene expression by vitamin B6.

Zinc arginine, a 5 alpha-reductase inhibitor, reduces rat ventral prostate weight and DNA without affecting testicular function.

Interspecies variations in response to topical application of selected zinc compounds.

Zinc in the human prostate

Growth suppression of hamster flank organs by topical application of gamma-linolenic and other fatty acid inhibitors of 5 alpha-reductase.

Androgen action: molecular mechanism and medical application.

Inhibition of steroid 5 alpha-reductase by specific aliphatic unsaturated fatty acids.

Comparative efficacy of various treatment regimens for androgenetic alopecia in men. (Nizoral study)

Nudging hair shedding by antidandruff shampoos. A comparison of 1% ketoconazole, 1% piroctone olamine and 1% zinc pyrithione formulations.

The history And Story Of Polysorbate 80

Azelaic Acid Reduces Sebum Production

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