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Certain extracts from Curcuma aeruginosa Roxb. and germacrone can boost the skin's absorption of minoxidil, a hair growth promoter, making it more effective.
Caffeine-based liquid 0.2% is as effective as minoxidil 5% for treating male hair loss.
Topical caffeine improves hair loss intensity, speed, and shedding, and works better with minoxidil/azelaic acid.
Serenoa repens extract in topical products improves hair growth and appearance in male pattern baldness with mild side-effects.
Rosemary oil and minoxidil 2% both effectively increase hair count in people with androgenetic alopecia, but rosemary oil causes less scalp itching.
Pumpkin seed oil helps hair growth in men with hair loss.
Melatonin solution helps treat hair loss in men and women.
Finasteride works better than Serenoa repens for male hair loss.
5% minoxidil foam once daily works as well as 2% minoxidil solution twice daily for female hair growth and is more convenient.
Finasteride helps hair growth but may cause sexual side effects.
Minoxidil and finasteride treat hair loss in men, while minoxidil treats hair loss in women.
Male pattern hair loss is genetic and influenced by hormones, with treatments like minoxidil and surgery available.
Hair loss common in Australia; men affected earlier, more often than Asians; women less concerned.
Melatonin helps hair growth in women with hair loss.
Minoxidil boosts hair growth by opening potassium channels and increasing cell activity.
Minoxidil and pyrithione zinc combo most effectively increases hair density.
Hair loss needs more research for better treatments.
Plant extracts effectively reduce hair loss and increase growth, offering a safe alternative treatment.
Hair loss affects women's mental health more than men's, causing anxiety, low self-esteem, and social insecurity.
ViviScal®, a food supplement, was found to be highly effective in treating hereditary hair loss in young males, while fish extract showed no impact.