Dht Blockers

Written by Michael Federico
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DHT blockers are one of the best weapons in the fight against pattern hair loss. DHT, which is a converted form of testosterone, locks onto hair follicles, affecting the hair's growth cycle. As DHT continues to wreak havoc, hair will become thinner, and eventually bald spots will develop. DHT blockers stop this process at the beginning, removing the harmful substance from hair before it has a chance to do anything.

Several hair loss products on the market contain DHT blockers. Of all methods, they have proven to be the most successful at slowing down pattern hair loss in men. However, not all products are equally effective. There are synthetic and natural DHT blockers, and each acts differently once it is in a person's system. Some blockers (generally synthetic ones) produce side effects when used. These treatments can usually be obtained by prescription only.

Naturally Occurring DHT Blockers

Beta Sitosterol and Saw Palmetto are two natural DHT blockers that have been studied by the FDA. They have both been shown to impede the metabolism that is responsible for hair loss. Not all natural hair loss prevention products contain these blockers, which means that most natural products have not been reviewed by the Food and Drug Administration.

Products that do use Beta Sitosterol and Saw Palmetto have benefits beyond testing. When used in shampoos or topical creams, these DHT blockers work on the entire scalp. This is not true of most products, natural or otherwise, out there. This means that the entire range of pattern hair loss, including receding hairlines, can be treated.

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What about hairloss shampoos? A lot of them have the main active compounds of these natural products. Also th ones with ketoconazole. I use one call RegenePure, it's doing wonders on my hair. And it helps out as an anti-dandruff. I always get mine online www.regenepure.com