Hair Loss Facts and Solutions

Preserving and Restoring Thinning Hair


Hair Loss remedies range from cosmetic to invasive, and throughout the ages men and women have subjected themselves to all manner of "treatments".

Fortunately, science has evolved and we're beginning to understand what's at the root of this hair loss business.


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Hair Loss Medications

These pages focus, for the most part, on what you can do naturally to prevent and solve hair loss problems. But first, here's what I dug up on the most common drugs being used to combat thinning hair.

The 2 drugs approved by the FDA are Finasteride and Minoxidil:


Finasteride is found in Propecia and Proscar. The drug was originally developed to combat prostate problems, but researchers noted it's ability to halt hair loss and ran with it. Finasteride can have sexual side effects and is transported through sperm, which can cause birth defects in babies.

Minoxidil is the active ingredient in Rogaine, which has proven to be about 25% effective in re-growing hair. Problem is, once you stop using the product, all new hair growth falls out as well as any hairs the Rogaine prevented from falling out during the course of use.

Other Pages on Hair Loss



Thinning Hair
This page will help identify what is causing your thinning hair. Understanding what's at the root of your individual case of hair loss is paramount to stopping, perhaps even reversing it.

Effective Products
Hair loss products and treatments range from cosmetic to invasive. This page details both internal and external solutions to thinning hair.

Proven Treatments
The science of hair restoration is constantly advancing. This page features information on the newest, most cutting edge hair loss treatments available.





Products and Tools






Nisim Newhair Biofactors
85.7% of tested subjects experienced an increase in hair count of 30% or more using Nisim.

NexGen hair building fibres