The wild garlic plant, Allium macrostemon Bunge, can promote hair growth and could potentially be used to treat hair loss.
Finasteride niosomes were developed and found to be effective in treating hair loss, with better results than commercial minoxidil, and could be a promising topical treatment for hair loss.
Both minoxidil-spironolactone and minoxidil-finasteride treatments work for hair loss, but minoxidil-spironolactone is slightly more effective, especially in women.
A substance called Cell-free fat extract can effectively treat common hair loss by increasing hair growth and density.
Exosomes from hair papilla cells and the Chinese medicine Liao Tuo Fang can potentially promote hair growth and could be used to develop hair growth drugs.
Hair loss due to scarring can be treated by reducing inflammation, removing scar tissue, and transplanting hair. The Follicular Unit Extraction technique is effective but requires skill and time. Future focus should be on scar-less healing methods.
Garlic can help hair grow by activating certain growth pathways, and it works whether you eat it or apply it to your scalp.
Shi-Bi-Man, a Traditional Chinese Medicine, helps grow hair by boosting lactic acid metabolism and activating hair follicle stem cells.
Laser treatment for hair loss works equally well on different skin types, but more research is needed for very dark skin.
Cinchonine Nanostructured Lipid Carriers serum safely and effectively stimulates hair growth and increases the number and size of hair follicles.
Different non-surgical treatments like minoxidil, microneedling, and laser therapy can slow down and even reverse common hair loss, but each has its own limitations.
Ageratum Conyzoides, when taken orally, can effectively reduce hair loss and improve hair growth.
The seed extract of Lepidium sativum L. can potentially treat hair loss, showing effects similar to 5% minoxidil.
Not taking prescribed medications properly can lead to higher death rates from unrelated health conditions.
Using platelet-rich plasma injections and 5% minoxidil topically can safely and effectively treat mild-to-moderate male pattern baldness.