When you use minoxidil it is nearly always the minoxidil vehicle that eventually causes itch. It is the PG build-up, or PG in combination with ethanol that causes microblisters.
So either start using minoxidil without PG, or dilute it to 1-2% with vodka etc. 1-2% bear pretty much the same results as 5% on...
Jesus. The fact that the word ends with toxic should already make it clear that we are talking about unwanted effects such as genomic instability, cancer etc.
Actually a leech lives 2 to 8 years. That's quite a lot of money in Alprostadil/PGE1 analogue.
In another thread ppl mix placenta cream with DMSO or get it in vials to inject it into their scalps. Not that much off.
So as expected, Brotzu did not work, due to it just feeding a precursor topically. Now you ppl could go get alprostadil but no one did. Why? price and availability.
And here is your crazy solution as Brotzu original research fan:
Leeches are PGE1 factories according to the papers, they inject...
It is also part of a product:
Though I am not sure what the second natural extract does regarding hair. Would probably avoid anything.
More isnt better. There is another study showing it increases Shh, which makes it even so more interesting. However too much actually reduced Shh. So you want to hit a certain dosage range that isnt established in human skin.
I know that some ppl get away with dutasteride and TRT, but I would personally take RU/CB with it if I was on finasteride. Also it depend of your hairs sensitivity to testo, hence RU/CB are preferred as they block the androgene receptor entirely. There is also ketoconzole you could throw in.
Well, a bit will always go systematic. But if it helps ppl to not imagine themselves getting side effects why not.
Because according to your logic you block only 5ar in the hair follice with topical finasteride. 5ar breaks down testo to DHT, 5ar inhibitors like finasteride and dutasteride prevent exactly this. If...