Spironolactone cream and rogaine
Finasteride, which is sold under the name Propecia for the treatment of male pattern baldness, was approved for sale by prescription in 1997, and tens of millions of men around the world have tried this drug over the past 14 years with varying levels of success. Discovered in 1966 by the Crinos (Foltene's mother company) research group while carrying out tolerability tests on an active ingredient for arteriosclerosis: during testing, the researchers discovered that one of the components present had trichogenic activity (growth of hair). Minoxidil to stimulate hair follicles in the growth factor, and further promote the regrowth of hair, although you can see the effect of hair growth in a relatively short period of time, but can not block the DHT in the body damage to the hair follicles, so the new fragile hair to grow out more easily destroyed, often shown is the side of the long side out, a long time almost on the merits and demerits balance. However, there are certain persons who can take the dose of Propecia such as a person allergic to inactive ingredient Hydroxypropyl methylcellulose, Microcrystalline cellulose, Hydroxypropyl cellulose LF. Moreover, the person who is also allergies with Sodium starch glycolate, Pregelatinized starch, Lactose monohydrate, Yellow ferric oxide, Magnesium stearate, Titanium Dioxide, Docusate sodium, Red ferric oxide, Talc.
Active substanceTo be specified in regulations
Packagingin blister packs of 30 tablets
International nameSpironolactone cream and rogaine