Used 3 times per day with 4%, it can slow down the fall of hair
slightly but it no case it can make them push back!
Therapies acting on the effect of the hormones:
Certain drugs can block the action of the male hormones. They
can have an action which slows down the fall of the hair, but
these results are not comparable with hairgraft and as soon as
you stop taking the drugs, the fall of hair starts again.
If the capillary drugs or care do not make it possible to have
new hair, which is the solution? It is micrografting!
In the Fifties, the first grafts of hair were tried. The principle
is as follows:
We take hair which belongs to a hormonal zone "immunized"
against the effects of the male hormones and we implant them in
the zones where the hair was sensitive to androgens. As the bulbs
(it is the name of the cell “root” of a hair) of this
new hair are resistant to the hormones, they will make push hair
The first grafts were painful and required not only a long and
hard intervention but also there were very expensive. It is not
anymore the case today. In 1985, the concept of micrografts appeared.
Since then the technique was developped so as to give fast results
with an easy intervention, without pain, rapid and financially
accessible for the large majority of the patients.