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PROMOX - new Minox + Finasteride topical (Topicals & Shampoos)

posted by col, 12.10.2007, 18:12

The makers of Remox have just announced their new topical containing topical Finasteride.

http://www.physicianshairgrowth.com/

IT’S AVAILABLE!!
Great News!

After many months of research and 6 months of a triple blind study we are proud to announce the availability of Promox. Promox which proves to be 75% effective on both the frontal and vertex areas within a six month period. Testimonials

At present there are only two products approved by the FDA for hair growth. Promox combines these two in a topical product that blocks 80 to 90% of DHT with minimal side effects.

The results of our study are very positive and confirm the hypothesis that the topical solution of minoxidil and finasteride is more effective than either one alone.

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Promox 6 month study is here

http://www.physicianshairgrowth.com/Hair_Loss_Treatment_Study_v.2.doc


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Testimonials are here. The first two have THREE! "6 month before/after photo's" from the Promox study (the rest are Remox testimonials):

http://www.physicianshairgrowth.com/store.php?crn=73&action=show&show_products_mode=cat_click


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Promox Spray
http://physicianshairgrowth.com/store.php?crn=66&rn=294&action=show_detail

Minoxidil 5%, Azelaic Acid 1.5%, Progesterone 0.25%, Tretinoin 0.025%, Finasteride 0.1%

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Promox Lotion:
http://physicianshairgrowth.com/store.php?crn=66&rn=295&action=show_detail

Minoxidil 5%, Azelaic Acid 1.5%, Progesterone 0.25%, Tretinoin 0.025%, Hydrocortisone 0.1%, Finasteride 0.1%

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Promox Spray
http://physicianshairgrowth.com/store.php?crn=66&rn=294&action=show_detail

Minoxidil 5%, Azelaic Acid 1.5%, Progesterone 0.25%, Tretinoin 0.025%, Finasteride 0.1%

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Interestingly, the lotion contains Hydrocortisone while the other two don't.

My own personal thoughts. Topical Fin has had mixed studies so far (and progesterone has one study confirming it does not grow any hair when applied topically).

Many people believe its the absorption into the blood that causes its effects,if any. However, if you put topical Fin on your scalp then there is only one way it can get into your blood steam and thats by passing through the skin. It seems pretty obvious to me that it must also pass via the follicles as well.

For this reason, i think it mkes sense to try a topical formula as it gives you a posible "double whammy" effect, i.e. it may act directly on the follicle or indirectly via the bloodstream.

Also, as there are so many fakes out there, especially Finasteride tablets, then it makes sense to apply the real Fin. as a topical "just in case". Of course, nobody knows if they use the real thing one could argue, but thats your decision.

Ultimately,for me, none of the current crop of minox formula's have done jack shit for me so far, including Spectral DNC, Rogaine Foam,Remox,Xandrox etc, etc.

I'm going to give this a go, if anything, atleast i *may* end up with the real Finasteride in my bloodstream !

cheers, col.




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