I have a quick little question for youÂ´s. Do you think that maybe scalp hair needs a certain exposure to DHT? My theory is that certain people canÂ´t cope with the amount of DHT that they produce - this causes inflammation and thatÂ´s when the entire cytokine cascade starts which leads to the irreversible fibrosis. This is what we call male pattern baldness, the pattern depends on how the cells are distributed during embryogenesis or whenever those cells migrate. However there are follicles that need DHT - body hair and I think that even scalp hair needs a certain amount. In short - if you take away 100% of the DHT from a person with diffuse thinning he will keep thining - but without inflammation! So the follicles will become dormant and only produce fine hairs. IÂ´m talking all over the head not just the "DHT insensitive area" which I belive is sensitive but can withstand soo much more DHT because of placement?