Various medicinal plants like Polygonum multiflorum, Red ginseng extract, and Zizyphus jujuba can potentially treat hair loss, offering benefits like low cost and multiple ways of working. Other effective natural substances include Pygeum africanum, Seneroa, Urtica dioica, and more.
Platelet-rich plasma can increase hair density and may help treat some skin conditions, but it's costly, not FDA-approved, and needs more research.
Maxillariinae orchids contain 62 compounds with potential health benefits, including treating skin conditions and diseases like cancer and diabetes.
The black orchid Brasiliorchis schunkeana produces chemicals that attract certain insects and have potential antimicrobial properties.
Various treatments help hair growth, but more research needed for safety and effectiveness.
Antiandrogens and androgen inhibitors like spironolactone, finasteride, and dutasteride can treat hair loss and skin conditions, but they have risks and side effects, including potential harm to pregnant women and risks of cancer and heart issues. Herbal remedies also have antiandrogenic effects but lack safety validation.
Various treatments, including FDA-approved drugs, natural products, and oral supplements, can help with hair loss, but a patient's medical history and potential allergies should be considered when choosing a treatment.
Sodium Valproate nanospanlastics could be a safe and effective treatment for Androgenic Alopecia, with fewer side effects than minoxidil.
Caffeine improves hair growth, thickness, and reduces shedding.
New treatment reduces hair shedding and increases hair density in women with early hair loss.
No cure for female pattern hair loss, but various effective treatments exist.
Use minoxidil for hair loss treatment; assess results after 6 months.
Finasteride-loaded nanoparticles may help treat alopecia.
Topical caffeine improves hair loss intensity, speed, and shedding, and works better with minoxidil/azelaic acid.