Hair loss creams have two major types – hair loss cream for pattern baldness (male or female) and for other types of hair loss (anything but pattern baldness). It’s important to have your diagnosis, otherwise your hair loss cream could turn into an expensive mess! Hair loss cream is an effective alternative to other methods of treatment, however, it’s still a serious treatment. Be careful with hormonal-based treatments and consult your doctor if you’re unsure something is safe.
Good luck with your hair loss creams, as always, feel free to leave a comment with recommendations!
Hair Loss Cream for Pattern Baldness
- Has ingredients that prevent hair loss due to excessive testosterone (DHA)
- Includes products from Rogaine or generic Rogaine (Minoxidil) product lines
- Works on all parts of the head
- Works only on those experiencing male or female pattern baldness
- Should never be applied to anywhere but your head
Hair Loss Cream for non-Pattern Baldness
- Stimulates hair growth by extending hair growth cycle
- Thickens hair to prevent breakage
- Improves health of the scalp
- Works best on hair line levels
- Works well for many types of hair loss
- Is a good product to use in conjunction with vitamins and/or diet changes to accelerate growth
- Can be used to regrown/thicken eyebrow hair or eyelashes.
- Does not work on male pattern baldness
- Does not work in cases of traction alopecia where the root is dead
- Is less effective on the crown of the head