Topical Hair Loss Prevention & Treatment Products

Can Hair Loss Treatment Products Stop Hair Loss in Men & Women?

Hair Loss Treatment & Prevention

Effective hair loss treatment starts with creating an overall healthy scalp environment for optimal hair growth and minimizing excessive daily hair loss, providing your hair with the complete nutrition it needs, as well as blocking DHT which is a major cause of thinning hair and hair loss, and stimulating hair growth.

Most Transitions hair restoration centers offer comprehensive hair loss treatment and hair health programs designed to help aid in improving the quality and condition of your existing hair and scalp as well as minimizing hair loss, strengthening your hair, and stimulating healthy hair growth.

No Magic Pill, But…

It is important to realize that there is no magic pill, lotion or potion that will unequivocally cure baldness and regrow your lost hair. Such a product simply does not exist. However, there are proven hair and scalp treatment products that can significantly slow the process of hereditary hair loss, the single most prevalent cause of hair loss in men and women and help prevent further hair loss. In some instances, these topical products can promote hair regrowth.  These topical products can also significantly enhance other hair loss treatment modalities such as Laser Hair Therapy and PRP Platelet Rich Plasma treatment programs.

Treating Hair Loss: The First Step

The vast majority of topical hair loss treatments are designed to help men and women suffering from androgenic alopecia (hereditary male and female pattern baldness). Over the counter medications including Rogaine® or minoxidil are typically the first line of treatment for thinning hair in men and women. Prescription medications are also available, the most well-known of which is Propecia® which is approved for men only.

At Transitions, we have found that the most effective course of treatment yielding noticeable results for early hair loss in both men and women is a combination of either PRP hair loss treatment or in-studio or at-home Laser Hair Therapy in conjunction with a well-rounded topical hair loss treatment regimen.  This type of multi-therapeutic approach combines monitored treatment with topical products specifically designed to stop or slow the progression of hair loss while simultaneously promoting the best possible hair and scalp health.

Proven Hair Loss Treatment Products

proven topical hair loss treatment products men womenTransitions has partnered with major laboratories to offer a well-rounded, easy to use topical hair loss treatment program which clients and patients can use in the privacy of their own home. It includes a suite of products created by doctors and hair loss treatment specialists containing tested growth activators and hair nutritionals consisting of special supplements and topical treatment products, including anti-androgenetic DHT blockers, that have been proven to be effective when used in conjunction with monitored in-studio treatment programs or home laser hair therapy treatment.

In precisely regulated clinical studies, when utilized as a comprehensive program, this combined hair loss prevention program was shown to enhance the rate of hair growth in 80% of test participants, while the entire test group showed significant increase in hair thickness with more profoundly established hair follicles. Forty percent of study participants were found to have new hair increases.

Laser Hair Therapy (LHT) is a non-invasive, FDA approved safe treatment for androgenetic alopecia (hereditary pattern baldness). It is used to treat hair loss, thinning hair, and scalp problems in men and women of all ages and hair types. Laser Hair Therapy has been clinically tested for effectiveness and is FDA-approved safe.

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