Anti-Androgenic Hair Growth System
Our latest treatment program for hair loss is offered to patients who have had appropriate work up:
- Approximately 40 million women or one in four, experience hereditary hair thinning.
- 50% of woman will experience hair loss by middle age
- No one has the same hair as they get older that they had in their youth. Your hair is at its thickest by age 20. But once you pass 20, your hair gradually begins to thin, shedding more than the normal 50 to 100 hairs a day
Nearly 2 of every 3 men experience some form of hair loss. Male pattern baldness affects over 40% of the adult male population.
The HLC Comprehensive Treatment Program brings together all the best FDA approved products with the latest research from the US, Europe and Canada. The goals of this program are: improve scalp and hair environment, significantly block DHT, complete nutrition for your hair, and enhance the appearance of thin looking hair by minimizing hair loss and stimulating hair growth.
The HLC Comprehensive Treatment Program consists of:
The most powerful herbal DHT blockers and hair nutritional HairScripts™ Complete was clinically developed to help grow your hair stronger, fuller, faster and to arrest pattern hair loss in both men and women of all ethnicities. This product was developed as a one step oral solution to block DHT and give your hair the nutrients it needs to grow optimally. HairScripts CompleteTM harmlessly binds to Androgen Receptors on your hair and stops DHT from binding to hair follicles and shrinking/killing your hair. With less DHT binding to your Androgen Receptors, your hair starts to grow and resumes the normal cycle of hair growth. As less and less DHT binds to your hair, it has the chance to grow into a strong healthy hair. Small hairs can grow bigger and your dormant hair can start to grow again.
Significantly improved delivery system of Minoxidil (FDA approved)
· A Proven Scalp Therapy
· A Proven Nutrient “Hair Growth” Delivery System
· A specially formulated hair loss shampoo without sodium laurel sulfate and DEA (chemicals used commonly in shampoos that are harmful to hair)
Low Level Light Therapy (LLLT) or photo biotherapy (Clinic Laser or Handheld Laser/Laser Comb at home.)
Q: How does laser work?
Laser light uses the scientific principle of photo biotherapy. This process occurs when cells absorb light and repair themselves. Laser light penetrates deep into the tissues of the scalp, stimulating micro-circulation of blood supply, cell metabolism and protein synthesizes. Clinical studies suggest that this cellular and sub-cellular activity breaks down the collection of DHT helping to stop hair loss. Many long-term international clinical research programs have shown that bio-stimulation of ‘cold-beam’ low-level laser gives numerous positive effects to the skin and hair. Research suggests that laser works by three mechanisms:
Energization – Transforming laser energy into cellular energy. Laser light increases the energy available to cells so they take in nutrients faster and get rid of waste products.
Circulation – Increasing blood and lymph circulation through vasodilatation. Microscopic studies have shown laser increases circulation and oxygenation of the blood to the scalp and hair bulb. Laser also removes calcification and blockages around the hair bulb; as well as increases cell replacement or regenerative activity. Laser helps hair to improve in fullness, shine, body and elasticity; therefore problems such as excessively oily or dry scalp, dandruff and itchiness can also be reduced.
Vibration – Bringing cells into harmonious oscillation patterns. The soft tissue and fluids in our bodies actually vibrate! They do this within a frequency range similar to that of cold-beam, red-light laser. When its vibrations become irregular or out-of-step, it can be brought back into “synchronization” by being irradiated with low level laser working at quantum level.
What is the anti-androgenic hair growth system?
Recent research has shown that hair loss is caused by DHT, an undesirable derivative of the hormone testosterone. DHT floods - and eventually strangles - the hair follicles of genetically predisposed individuals. The key to the anti-androgenic system lies in eliminating the root cause of hair loss by blocking DHT at the follicle receptor site.
How does the system block DHT?
European scientists have proven in extensive clinical studies that certain herbal compounds have potent anti-DHT properties. Your doctor now has a proprietary formulation of these herbal compounds available in this office.
Are in-office treatments required?
No, although you and your doctor may decide an occasional follow up visit would be prudent.
Will the system work better than minoxidil (Rogaine)?
Yes. Although minoxidil is a medically-proven hair grower, its effectiveness is severely limited by the presence of DHT at the follicles. DHT often destroys more hair than minoxidil can re-grow. By blocking DHT, the doctor's herbal formulation enables minoxidil to do its job like never before.
Does the system work for both men and women?
Yes, although women often see faster results than men.
How long does it take to see results?
Most people see marked improvements within 4 months.
What about side effects?
In general, the doctor's all natural herbal formulation is very well tolerated. However the doctor will determine the appropriateness of the formulation on an individual basis.
Are there any other benefits aside from hair growth?
Yes. DHT is also responsible for benign enlargement of the prostate. Men over 40 years of age should ask the doctor about the beneficial effects of the herbal formulation on prostate health.
How does the herbal-based anti-androgenic system compare to finasteride (Proscar)?
Proscar, the medication used to treat benign enlargement of the prostate, was recently approved for hair growth by the FDA. Marketed under the trade name, Propecia, it also works by blocking DHT. The key difference between Propecia and your doctor's herbal formulation is that Propecia is a synthetic drug and its use is restricted because of potentially serious side effects. Discuss each alternative with the doctor.