Jul 25, 2008

Getting Bald ? Try Propecia or Rogaine

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Baldness, no doubt, might be a deterrent for many who are suffering from it. According to researches, it deteriorates the self-confidence of sufferers in one way or other.

However, the basic problem is not the alarming rate of falling hair. It is the lack of solid and authentic treatment and medication,
which results into a frustration for all men who are facing this menace.

Every now and then, we hear a lot about successful medical inventions to treat a number of diseases, once thought to be incurable. But unfortunately, the modern sciences have very few successful options to offer, as far as baldness is concerned.

But still, there is some light at the other
end of the tunnel. The FDA approved Propecia and Rogaine have fast established themselves as the two most influential non-surgical hair care products to the treatment of baldness.

Propecia (Finasteride), according to medical researches, has shown 45-50% success rate in the treatment of baldness. Almost 9 out of 10 men have accepted this pill’s power to ensure hair loss reversal.

Rogaine (Minoxidil), unlike Propecia, comes in two forms: spray and foam. These are applied directly onto the scalp and are left for more than 2-3 hours. Once they get fully dried, they should be washed off.

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