Female Pattern Hair Loss is the most common form of hair loss in women. The gradual loss of hair in women may cause significant emotional distress, losses in self-esteem, and even reduced social functioning in some cases. The first signs of Female Pattern Hair Loss (FPHL) may start as early as the reproductive years, with 12% of women aged 29 having clinically detectable FPHL. The number of women with detectable FPHL increases to over 50% by the age of 79.
FPHL rarely progresses to full baldness and is characterized by diffuse thinning of hair and progressively thinner and shorter strands over time. This is due to the miniaturization of hair follicles which produce short and fine hair shafts. There are many potential variables that may lead to FPHL including increased androgen levels or a genetic predisposition.
Strut Hair Formula attempts to halt or reduce hair losses due to FPHL by combining 3 chemicals in a topical daily formulation to help reduce overall androgen scalp exposure and coerce hair follicles to sprout quicker, grow longer, and produce thicker strands.
Minoxidil is currently the only topical medication FDA approved for use in women with FPHL.
While the mechanism behind how Minoxidil works is not fully known, we know that Minoxidil widens the blood vessels in the scalp when applied topically, potentially bringing more oxygen, blood, and nutrients to the hair follicle.
Spironolactone is included in Strut Hair Formula as a compliment to Minoxidil to halt hair loss progression in women and preliminary studies indicate a benefit in using these medications together.
However, Spironolactone should not be used in women who are pregnant or breastfeeding, and the use of Spironolactone in men may produce feminization and should be avoided.
Adenosine is a ribonucleoside which is part of the building blocks of DNA and also used clinically for an irregular heart rate or during a heart stress test.
Studies using Adenosine in a topical formulation applied to scalp show promise as a treatment for hair growth.
One study involved 30 women who applied Adenosine topically twice daily for 12 months. At the end of the treatment period, Adenosine stimulated increased hair growth and significantly thickened individual strands as compared to the placebo group.
Part of the benefit of Adenosine for hair growth is thought to be from the lengthening of the Anagen, or hair growth phase, of the hair cycle.
Strut Hair Formula utilizes Adenosine as an ingredient to not only confer additional hair growth properties to the formula but help thicken the strands that are grown.
What to expect from Strut Hair Formula
Strut Hair formula combines science-based prescription and non-prescription ingredients to restore a fuller head of hair from different treatment angles.
As with most hair growth treatments, the effects will most likely wear off and the regrown hair may be shed if treatment is stopped.
The effects of hair medications take time due to the slow nature of hair growth, and an initial shedding phase is common and partially due to newly grown hairs pushing out older resting phase hairs.
For optimal results, a dedicated daily application is key.
Strut Hair Formula is a physician and pharmacist formulated blend of evidence-based beneficial hair ingredients.
With a good safety profile of these medications applied topically for women and a strong indication of reduction of hair loss progression or potential regrowth, use for Female Pattern Hair Loss may be beneficial in those looking for hair recovery treatments.
Strut Hair Formula contains some prescription-only ingredients and can only be obtained through a prescription from a U.S. licensed physician.
You can schedule an Online Visit at www.StrutYours.com with a doctor to see if Strut Hair Formula may be a good option for your hair loss. If you are a good candidate for treatment, Strut can ship your medication discreetly to your front door.
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