Best Remedies for Hair Loss

There are several treatment options for hair loss, which may include vitamins and minerals, medicines or lotions and shampoos, which apply directly to the scalp.

To determine the most appropriate treatment, you should go to the dermatologist who should make a diagnosis to understand what causes the fall, to determine which vitamins, products or remedies are best suited for each situation.

Falling Remedies

Hair loss remedies, even those for topical use, should only be used if recommended by your doctor:

1. Minoxidil

Minoxidil is a solution available in concentrations 2% and 5%, indicated for the treatment of androgenic alopecia. This active substance acts by stimulating hair growth by increasing the caliber of blood vessels, improving circulation at the site and prolonging the growth phase of the hair. Learn more about minoxidil.

How to use: Minoxidil solution can be applied to dry scalp, where hair is weaker, with the help of a massage twice a day. Generally, the amount that should be applied is 1 mL at a time, and the duration of treatment is about 3 to 6 months or as directed by the doctor.

Who should not use: Minoxidil should not be used by people who are hypersensitive to the components of the formula in pregnant and lactating women. Minoxidil 5% solution should not be used in women unless the doctor recommends it.

2. Finasteride

Finasteride 1mg tablet is indicated for the treatment of men with androgenic alopecia, to increase hair growth and prevent hair loss.

How to use: The recommended dose is 1 tablet per day for at least 3 months.

Who should not use: Finasteride should not be used by people who are hypersensitive to the formula components, women or children, pregnant and lactating women.

3. Spironolactone

Spironolactone is a drug generally indicated for the treatment of hypertension and edematous disorders, however, because it has an anti-androgenic effect, the doctor may prescribe this drug for the treatment of alopecia in women. Spironolactone acts by slowing the progression of fall and promoting the return of growth in women, and can be used alone or in combination with minoxidil to enhance the growth of the hair.

How to use: Spironolactone should be used as directed by your doctor and may be used at doses of 50 to 300 mg.

Who should not use: Spironolactone is contraindicated for people with component hypersensitivity, acute renal failure, significant impairment of renal function, anuria, Addison’s disease and hyperkalemia. Also, it should not be used during pregnancy or lactation.

4. Alphaestradiol

Alphaestradiol solution, such as Avicis or Alozex, for example, is indicated for the treatment of androgenetic alopecia in men and women. Learn more about this medicine.

How to use: The product should be applied once a day, preferably at night, using the applicator in light movements for about 1 minute so that approximately 3 mL of the solution reaches the scalp. Then massage the area and wash your hands at the end.

Who should not use: This medicine should not be used in people who are allergic to the components of the formula, pregnant, lactating and under 18 years.

Vitamin & Mineral Supplements

Some supplements that can help maintain healthy hair and prevent hair loss are:

1. Imecap hair

Imecap Hair is a supplement developed for men and women, which contains selenium, chromium, zinc, vitamin B6 and biotin, very important to strengthen the hair and prevent hair loss. Learn more about Imecap hair.

How to use: The recommended dose is 1 capsule daily before meal for at least 3 months.

Who should not use: Imecap hair should not be used by people who are hypersensitive to components, children under 3 years and pregnant women.

2. Provillus Hair Loss Treatment -

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Provillus Hair Loss is a supplement suitable for men and women, which has antioxidant action, anti-fall and is also an aid in maintaining the health of hair and nails. It has in its formula important nutrients such as biotin, pyridoxine and zinc. Learn more about Provillus

Recommended Use: The recommended dose is 1 capsule per day for at least 3 months.

Who should not use: This supplement should not be used in people who are hypersensitive to any of the components of the formula, children under 3 years of age, pregnant women and breast-feeding women, unless recommended by a doctor.

3. Pantogar

Pantogar contains keratin protein and nutrients such as cystine, thiamine and calcium pantothenate, which help in the growth of healthy hair and nails. This supplement is indicated for seasonal or diffuse hair loss in women.

How to use: The recommended dose is 1 capsule, 3 times a day in adults and 1 to 2 capsules a day in children over 12 years, for about 3 to 6 months. Clarify your doubts about Pantogar .

Who should not use: Pantogar should not be used by people who are hypersensitive to the components of the formula, children under 12 years and pregnant or lactating women without medical indication.

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