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What is Nioxin? Hair Loss Treatment Or Herbal Lotion?

Posted by Gary Heron, on August 30th, 2007, under TRICHOTALK

Question: What is Nioxin?

Answer: Nioxin is a herbal based hair product sold in hair salons to treat thinning hair and hair loss. It has quite a good effect as a hair conditioning agent. Not recognised trichologically.

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What Is Keratin? Is It Food For Hair Loss?

Posted by Gary Heron, on August 30th, 2007, under TRICHOTALK

Question: What is Keratin?

Answer: Keratin is a tough protein that is the primary constituent of hair, nails and skin.

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What Is A Vasodilator? It Is The Main Regrowth Function To Counter Hair Loss.

Posted by Gary Heron, on August 30th, 2007, under TRICHOLOGIST, TRICHOTALK

Question: What is a vasodilator?

Answer: A vasodilator is a medication that causes the blood vessels to dilate or expand like Vitastim and Minoxidil.

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What is a Hair Weave or Hair Replacement System? Is it Surgery?

Posted by Gary Heron, on August 29th, 2007, under HAIR REPLACEMENT SYSTEMS

Question: What is a Hair Weave? Is it Surgery?

Answer: Hair weaving or a Hair Replacement System is a process by which a hairpiece, toupee or wig is attached to your existing hair at the sides and back in order to cover up your bald spot or scalp on top. It is basically a very good but expensive wig.

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What is Azelaic Acid? Why is it being used with minoxidil?

Posted by Gary Heron, on August 29th, 2007, under MINOXIDIL

Question: What is Azelaic Acid? Why is it being used with minoxidil?

Answer: Azelaic Acid is a dicarboxylic acid found naturally occurring  in whole grain cereals. It has been FDA approved for topical use to treat acne. It has been used by dermatologists to lighten pigmented skin. It has a antimicrobial activity and normalizes keratinization and is also believed to inhibit DHT this is why it is used in some hair loss preparartions by a few centres.

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