The conversation discusses the potential of topical cetirizine (Zyrtec) for hair growth in comparison to minoxidil, noting cetirizine's ability to reduce prostaglandin D2, which inhibits hair growth. Users share mixed experiences with cetirizine for allergies and scalp health, and there's a mention of the risk of dementia with long-term antihistamine use.
The conversation discusses using 1% cetirizine, an antihistamine, as a potential treatment for androgenetic alopecia (hair loss). One user plans to try cetirizine instead of finasteride, while others are curious or skeptical about its effectiveness, discussing the role of inflammation in hair loss.
User shares a topical hair loss solution using melatonin and cetirizine to help reduce shedding and itching. Instructions provided for creating and using the mixture, with additional lifestyle tips for overall hair health.
Treating hair loss with various remedies, such as Cetirizine and the Big3 complex (minoxidil, finasteride, and RU58841), which have properties like adipogenic, anti-fibrotic and anti-inflammatory. References to research studies are also included.
The conversation discusses using topical cetirizine as a treatment for androgenetic alopecia (hair loss). Specific treatments mentioned include Minoxidil, finasteride, and RU58841.
The conversation is about someone considering adding topical Cetirizine 1% to their existing hair loss treatment regimen and seeking advice on where to buy it and others' experiences with it.
The user started a hair care routine using 0.5mg finasteride daily, 2ml of 5% minoxidil, and 4.5mg of cetirizine topically to address hair loss. They plan to provide updates and are also interested in cetirizine's potential to reduce scalp itching and redness due to its anti-inflammatory properties.
The conversation discusses using cetirizine (Zyrtec) topically to relieve scalp itch associated with hair loss and suggests it may also benefit androgenetic alopecia (AGA). One person found relief from scalp itch after three months on finasteride, noting the itch was linked to areas where hair was lost.
User started oral finasteride 0.33mg daily and later made a topical solution with cetirizine and stemoxydine. They experienced hair growth progress after 8-9 months and discussed factors affecting their results.
User "Number_Worried00" is using a treatment stack for hair loss, including Minoxidil, Finasteride, Dutasteride, Estradiol, Cetirizine, and Pyrilutamide. Another user suggests that if the cause is vitamin deficiency or inflammation, the stack may not be effective.
People discussed their intense hair loss treatments, including the use of dutasteride, RU58841, minoxidil, tretinoin, essential oils, microneedling, and various topical sprays. Some users reported success with these methods in preventing hair loss and stimulating hair growth.
The conversation is about the frequency of applying peppermint oil and rosemary for hair loss and what carrier oil is best to use. People are sharing their results from using these treatments.
Combining Finasteride with topical Quercetin, Onion/Garlic juice and Peppermint Oil to reduce Wet Prostate Weight in Rats. Luke10191 asked the user LITUATUI to update them on progress after trying this combination of treatments for hair loss.
A user who has been using Pyrilutamide for 5 months with no results, and other users suggesting they switch to RU58841 or stick to their treatment plan for at least one year.
Hair loss and scalp issues, with people discussing possible treatments such as Nizoral shampoo, Minoxidil, neem oil, and finasteride.
A user found that antihistamines stop their hair loss and related symptoms, but they experience side effects like sedation and chest pain. They are seeking alternative solutions or topical antihistamines to avoid systemic side effects.
Obscure hair loss topicals like Alfatradiol, Fluridil, and Stemoxydine are discussed. They may be considered for those not responding well to common treatments like Minoxidil and Finasteride.
The post discusses a user's experience with hair loss treatments, specifically topical finasteride, minoxidil, and micro-needling, and their plan to switch to oral versions and add Dutasteride. The conversation includes various responses, with some users sharing their own experiences and side effects, and others expressing desire for a more permanent hair loss solution.
The conversation discusses a user's positive experience with hair regrowth using topical finasteride, minoxidil, and microneedling after 2.5 months, noting initial shedding but improved hair density, especially at the temples, possibly eliminating the need for a hair transplant. The user is satisfied with the current treatment and is hesitant to try the experimental drug RU58841, hoping the current routine will suffice for further improvements.
User experienced scalp itching and hair loss, but found relief with oral minoxidil. Others suggest "DHT itch" as a possible cause and recommend finasteride and ketoconazole to address it.
A user who is trying alternative treatments, such as mucuna pruriens dissolved in water/alcohol and a blend of jojoba oil, rosemary oil, and peppermint oil, for hair loss. Other users have shared anecdotal evidence, discussed the potential effectiveness of certain treatments, and questioned the time sensitivity of experimenting with new treatments.
Natural treatments for hair loss, specifically peppermint oil and rosemary oil; how they can be used as a supplementary or alternative treatment to pharmaceuticals such as finasteride and minoxidil; and the personal experience of the user Divallo, who has seen an increase in density and thickness after using these oils for around 2.5 years. The post also touches on the potential antifungal properties of the oils and their effects on cutaneous blood flow.
Discouragement regarding Pyrilutamide, a drug in development for hair loss, and the potential side effects of Finasteride. People discussed anecdotal experiences with Pyrilutamide as well as suggestions to wait out Phase 3 trials before making any conclusions.
My hairline, I am only 23. This conversation is about a user's experience with treatments for androgenic alopecia, including finasteride, dutasteride, RU, minoxidil, progesterone, melatonin, LLLT, oral minoxidil, and Pyrilutamide. They have tried many treatments over the course of two years without seeing much success, and they are considering getting a hair system as a last resort.
The potential effectiveness of homemade topical spironolactone in treating hair loss, with studies suggesting it is more effective than finasteride and even minoxidil when used as monotherapy. The conversation also mentions that other anti-androgens are being developed which may soon hit the market.
A user's experience with hair loss treatments, including Finasteride, Minoxidil, Nizoral Shampoo, Rosemary Oil, Vitamin D, Biotin, Vitamin C, Zinc and Dermarolling, that have not been successful over the past 14 months. Other users gave advice on how to cope with the issue, such as exercising, changing mindset, and shaving their head.
This conversation is about a user who has been using Minoxidil for nine months and just noticed hair growing on the inner part of their arms. Responses to this post suggest that they should continue using it, with an increase in frequency from 5% twice a day, as well as trying finasteride if needed.
A user with aggressive male pattern baldness found that topical melatonin significantly reduced their hair shedding to 1 or 2 hairs per day and noticed some thickening of side hair. They tried many treatments like finasteride and minoxidil with little success, but topical melatonin showed immediate results in reducing hair loss.