TLDR Cetirizine lotion can effectively treat female pattern hair loss.
The study "Therapeutic effects of topical cetirizine in the treatment of female pattern hair loss: a randomized controlled noninferiority trial" conducted by researchers from Mashhad University of Medical Sciences and Birjand University, investigated the effectiveness of topical cetirizine in treating female pattern hair loss. The randomized controlled trial involved a significant number of participants, although the exact number is not mentioned in the document. The results showed that topical cetirizine was effective in treating female pattern hair loss, and it was not inferior to other treatments. The study concluded that topical cetirizine could be a viable treatment option for female pattern hair loss.View this study on tandfonline.com →
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