Valproic acid may help hair grow and could be a safe treatment for hair loss.
Valproic acid increases hair count in men with hair loss.
Valproic acid helps delay hair loss and increases survival time for high-grade glioma patients undergoing radiation therapy.
Valproic acid increases the risk of hair loss more than other drugs, especially in migraine patients, and lamotrigine may be a safer alternative.
Valproic acid helped hair growth in alopecia patient; more research needed.
Valproic acid can cause hair loss when taken orally but may promote hair growth when applied topically.
Valproic acid can cause hair color change in older men.
Applying valproic acid on the scalp increased hair growth in men with hair loss.
The study created a new hair loss treatment paste that regrows hair faster and with fewer side effects than minoxidil alone.
Topical Valproic acid and 5% Minoxidil both significantly increase hair count in Female Pattern Hair Loss, with similar side effects.
Dissolving microneedles show promise for delivering medication through the skin but face challenges like manufacturing complexity and regulatory hurdles.
Blocking a protein called CXXC5 with a specific peptide can stimulate hair regrowth and new hair growth in wounds.
Some anticonvulsant drugs can cause skin reactions, ranging from mild to severe, and managing these reactions is important for patient care.
Dermoscopy helps diagnose unusual skin lesions like osteonevus of Nanta and can prevent misdiagnosis of serious conditions.
Some medications, including retinoids, antifungals, and psychotropic drugs, can cause reversible hair loss if stopped or doses are reduced.
Hair loss can be treated with common methods like minoxidil and finasteride, but new potential treatments include growth factors, cytokines, and platelet-rich plasma injections.
Tannic acid helps wounds heal faster in rats by activating certain cell signals and reducing inflammation.
Annurca apple extract may protect mouse hair from damage by chemotherapy and could help treat hair loss without promoting cancer growth.