The next generation of

hair growth therapy

The next generation of

hair growth therapy

How it Works

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Vasodilator:

widens blood vessels & increases size of follicles

MINOXIDIL (1)
Prostaglandin Analog:

Increases hair density & length

MINOXIDIL
ALPHA-5 INDUCTASE INHIBITOR:

Increases quantity of hair

  • MINOXIDIL: Suppresses androgen receptor function, increases vasodilation and stimulates prostaglandin production.

  • FINASTERIDE:  Blocks the conversion of testosterone to dihydrotestosterone (DHT) which binds to the androgen receptor and miniaturizes hair follicles.

  • LATANOPROST: Has a positive stimulating effect on the hair follicle and stimulates the transition of the hair from the telogen phase to the anagen phase.

How it Works

Untitled design (7)
Vasodilator:

widens blood vessels & increases size of follicles

MINOXIDIL (1)
Prostaglandin Analog:

Increases hair density & length

MINOXIDIL
ALPHA-5 INDUCTASE INHIBITOR:

Increases quantity of hair

  • MINOXIDIL: Suppresses androgen receptor function, increases vasodilation and stimulates prostaglandin production.
  • FINASTERIDE:  Blocks the conversion of testosterone to dihydrotestosterone (DHT) which binds to the androgen receptor and miniaturizes hair follicles.
  • LATANOPROST: Has a positive stimulating effect on the hair follicle and stimulates the transition of the hair from the telogen phase to the anagen phase.

The Results

Before After
Clinical study participants showed significant regrowth was observed within 60 to 90 days, (results may vary). Its exclusive combination of molecules acts at various stages of the hair growth cycle to stop hair loss and stimulate regrowth, while also making hair thicker and darker.

The Results

Clinical study participants showed significant regrowth was observed within 60 to 90 days, (results may vary). Its exclusive combination of molecules acts at various stages of the hair growth cycle to stop hair loss and stimulate regrowth, while also making hair thicker and darker.
Before After
Before After
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Androgenetic alopecia accounts for more than 95% of hair loss in men and women. In this blog post, we will discuss the different stages of hair loss, how it impacts diagnosis and treatment, and new products from Pharmacy solutions that are designed to improve hair loss!

Minoxidil was developed as a blood pressure medication in the late 1960’s and is still used today for moderate to severe hypertension (high blood pressure). But once the word got out to enough people, the company was convinced to start studies for the treatment of baldness in the late 1970’s.

Just as in other conditions, there are multiple reasons why people lose hair, but it usually boils down to the diet, stress levels, or hormone issues combined with genetic factors.  We will focus on the hormone aspect, but other factors should not be ignored.

For those experiencing hair loss, feeling self-conscious and anxious in public and social situations is non-negligible. The trouble is that finding a suitable hair growth remedy can be both difficult and daunting.  Fortunately, there is an array of hair growth remedies on the market.

Androgenetic alopecia accounts for more than 95% of hair loss in men and women. In this blog post, we will discuss the different stages of hair loss, how it impacts diagnosis and treatment, and new products from Pharmacy solutions that are designed to improve hair loss!

Minoxidil was developed as a blood pressure medication in the late 1960’s and is still used today for moderate to severe hypertension (high blood pressure). But once the word got out to enough people, the company was convinced to start studies for the treatment of baldness in the late 1970’s.

Just as in other conditions, there are multiple reasons why people lose hair, but it usually boils down to the diet, stress levels, or hormone issues combined with genetic factors.  We will focus on the hormone aspect, but other factors should not be ignored.

For those experiencing hair loss, feeling self-conscious and anxious in public and social situations is non-negligible. The trouble is that finding a suitable hair growth remedy can be both difficult and daunting.  Fortunately, there is an array of hair growth remedies on the market.

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THREE active ingredients to work on multiple stages of hair growth!
Why A Triple Combination?

Our optimal triple combination, patented, fixed-dose therapy of Minoxidil, Finasteride, and Latanoprost work synergistically to stop hair loss and induce hair regrowth.

The clinical study results were positive and show the performance of the triple combination hair loss prescription is more effective than Minoxidil alone. For more on the science behind the patent, please visit TripleHair.ca

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Pellets are made up of either estradiol or testosterone. The hormones, estradiol or testosterone, are pressed or fused into very small solid cylinders. These pellets are larger than a grain of rice and smaller than a ‘Tic Tac’. In the United States, pellets are made by a licensed compounding pharmacist and delivered in sterile glass vials.
Pellets are made up of either estradiol or testosterone. The hormones, estradiol or testosterone, are pressed or fused into very small solid cylinders. These pellets are larger than a grain of rice and smaller than a ‘Tic Tac’. In the United States, pellets are made by a licensed compounding pharmacist and delivered in sterile glass vials.
Some of the symptoms you might be experiencing might include excessive weight gain, low libido or sex drive, mood swings, insomnia or trouble sleeping, depression, and or irritability. If you are experiencing any of these symptoms you might be a candidate for BHRT pellet therapy. Find a Provider
Pellets deliver consistent, healthy levels of hormones for 3-6 months, depending on the dosage. They avoid the fluctuations, or ups and downs, of hormone levels seen with every other method of delivery. It is the fluctuation in hormones that causes many of the unwanted side effects and symptoms a patient experiences. Pellets do not increase the risk of blood clots like conventional or synthetic hormone replacement therapy. In studies, when compared to conventional hormone replacement therapy, pellets have been shown to be superior for relief of menopausal symptoms, maintenance of bone density, restoration of sleep patterns, improved sex drive, libido, sexual response and performance. Even patients who have failed other types of hormone therapy have a very high success rate with pellets. In addition, there is no other method of hormone delivery that is as convenient for the patient as pellets.
The insertion of pellets is a simple, relatively painless procedure done under local anesthesia. The pellets are usually inserted in the hip through a small incision which is taped closed. Experience of the health care professional counts; not only in placing the pellets, but in determining the correct dosage of hormones to be used.
Complications from the insertion of pellets include minor bleeding, bruising, dis-coloration of the skin, infection, and possible extrusion of the pellet. Other than slight bruising, or discoloration of the skin these complications are very rare. Extended exposure to moisture (swimming, hot tubs, bath tubs) is avoided for 4 to 5 days, and vigorous physical activity is avoided for 48 hours in women and up to 5 to 7 days in men.
After pellets are inserted, patients may notice that they have more energy, sleep better and feel happier. Muscle mass and bone density will increase while fatty tissue decreases. Patients may notice increased strength, coordination and physical performance. They may see an improvement in skin tone and hair texture. Concentration and memory may improve as will overall physical and sexual health.
Pellets do not have the same risk of breast cancer as high doses of oral estrogens, like Premarin, that do not maintain the correct estrogen ratio or hormone metabolites. Nor, do they increase the risk of breast cancer like the synthetic, chemical progestins used in the Women’s Health Initiative Trial. In fact, data supports that balanced hormones are breast protective.
When a patient first starts hormone therapy there may be mild, temporary breast tenderness; which gets better on its own. Hormone receptors may be very sensitive and take time to adjust. There may be a temporary water weight gain which will also resolve on its own. The body will tone up, as bone density and muscle mass increase and fatty tissue decreases. Patients may experience a mild form of “puberty” as their hormonal levels come up into normal ranges.
Some patients begin to “feel better” within 24-48 hours while others may take a week or two to notice a difference.
The pellets usually last between 3 and 5 months in women and 5-6 months in men. High levels of stress, physical activity, some medications and lack of sleep may increase the rate at which the pellet absorb and may require that pellets are inserted sooner in some patients.
The pellets do not need to be removed. They completely dissolve on their own.
Testosterone levels begin to decline in men beginning in their 30’s. Most men maintain adequate levels of testosterone into their mid-40’s to mid-50’s, some into their late 70’s early 80’s. Men should be tested when they begin to show signs of testosterone deficiency. Even men in their 30’s can be testosterone deficient and show signs of bone loss. Most men need to be tested around 50 years of age. It is never too late to benefit from hormone therapy.
Any time estradiol is prescribed, progesterone is also prescribed. There are progesterone (not progestin) receptors in the bone, brain, heart, breast and uterus. Progesterone can be used as a topical cream, a vaginal cream, oral capsule, or sublingual drops or capsules. If a patient is pre-menopausal she uses the progesterone the last two weeks of the menstrual cycle.

MEN $725
WOMEN $325

Find a provider: Click Here. Once your initial consultation is complete, the provider will review your symptoms and blood labs to determine if you are a candidate for pellet therapy. The initial insertion appointment can be scheduled at that time.

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