Stem cell therapies could be a promising alternative for hair loss treatment, but more research is needed to understand their full potential and safety.
There are many treatments for common hair loss, but more trials are needed to decide which are best.
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.
Clascoterone may be a promising treatment for hair loss.
Topical therapies show promise for hair loss and acne treatment with minimal side effects.
Clascoterone safely promotes hair growth similar to minoxidil.
New treatments for hair loss may target specific pathways and generate new hair follicles.