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Must see - result of combo topical Finasteride and Minoxidil

Prohairclinic

Prohairclinic

Prohairclinic FUE and SMP
Although topical finasteride exists for several years, we have yet to see real-life results.
This German patient contacted us in September 2018. He was using Rogaine at the time and was not willing to use oral Finasteride.

Hence we recommended giving a Minoxidil and Finasteride combo lotion a try since both combined should work better.
As of September, he started using a 6% minoxidil combined with 0.05 % finasteride topical solution daily.
Although he experienced ‘initial shedding’ for the first two months (and was on the verge of stopping) he noticed improvements kick in after about 3 months.

A couple of days ago he came over to Prohairclinic for his hair transplantation and when he showed his pictures we were pleasantly surprised how well this topical solution has worked for him.

He reported zero sides.

We would like to share this information and his pictures in order to give those who are unwilling to use oral finasteride another option.

The pictures below were taken by the patient, under the same lighting conditions.

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Kevboy

Kevboy

member
Progairclinic, do you sell this topical solution and has this guy sent you any recent pictures?
 
V

Viking

member
Do you think this is a typical result or is he someone who reacted better than most to this combination?
 
Prohairclinic

Prohairclinic

Prohairclinic FUE and SMP
Kevboy, no the solution is only available in combination with our PRP-PRF treatments, sorry.

Viking. For now, we see that diffuse thinning hair patterns react best to this kind of treatment.
This is all but logical since the combination of treatments is strong enough to reverse thinning hairs in most cases. Obviously permanently lost hairs can not be regrown and as such advanced and total balding areas are not expected to respond, or if, just limited.
 
Kevboy

Kevboy

member
Ok thanks, what about any recent pictures from present day?
 
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