finpecia

I’m pretty sure that since starting Finpecia seven months ago, that my hair is thicker and the thinning crown is not so thinning any more.

Of course, this is all based on observation - a clinical hair count before and after would give the real proof but any men reading this: it’s cheap and it seems to work!

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“You take the red pill - you stay in Wonderland”

OK, not quite wonderland but for less than R150 a month, these little red pills have done wonders for stopping hair loss.

We take our hair for granted in our youth and as the hair starts thinning with age and lifestyle, some may try various hellishly expensive shampoos and treatments - but really, this is all you need.

Finasteride is one of two approved medications to treat hair loss. The rest of the products are all questionable in their effectiveness.

Finpecia Tablets

Increased amounts of scalp and serum DHT concentration are thought to be responsible for male pattern hair loss. Finasteride, is a specific inhibitor of type II 5 alpha- reductase, an intracellular enzyme that converts androgenic testosterone into 5alpha-dihydrotestosterone (DHT). Administration of Finpecia 1 mg which contains the active ingredient Finasteride decreases scalp and serum DHT concentration.
Safety and efficacy have been demonstrated in several trials involving men between the ages of 18 to 41 years with mild to moderate hair loss.
The recommended dosage of Finpecia tablets is 1 mg taken orally once a day, with or without meals. Daily use for 3 months or more is required before considerable hair gain can be observed. Continued use of Finpecia is necessary to sustain hair growth . In case treatment with Finpecia is stopped, it leads to a reversal of effect within a year.