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Hairloss and Hairtransplantation

Hairloss and Hairtransplantation

Welcome to the new english site of Alopezie.de - Germanys leading webzine about hairloss and hairtransplantation.

If you want to see an overview of the hairloss, its diagnosis and treatment, proceed to our information pages with many articles about hairloss and hairtransplantation on our site.

And most importantly: We do NOT sell any stuff, so we hope that we can give you the most useful information.

We now have an English section on our famous message board, so have a look there as well (Go to hairloss board)

Have fun with it!
Alopezie.de

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Kératene Retard - new non-steroidal DHT depressor
Last updated by admin on 11/05/2012 08:14 AM (Read: 2854 times)

In the past two decades, there is little to no concrete progress recorded in terms of research, development and efficient clinical testing of new substances that have DHT-lowering properties. Since 2010 however, there is new research on the field of endocrinologic effects of various substances on DHT and its precursor, as well as the impact of these compounds on our daily bodily functions. We present some technical information about Kératene alphactive Retard, a new product recently announced in various international scientific forums, for its DHT-lowering properties. There are recent in vivo tests performed on this product and here are some interesting conclusions that this product could be useful in relation to hair loss.

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Biological processes: hair loss, balding & hair growth
Last updated by admin on 08/10/2012 11:31 AM (Read: 7554 times)

I observe much confusion amongst my patients and amongst people having problems with hair loss or those wishing for more hair growth in areas where hair has fallen.
To bring some clarity into these matters I explain in this document what are the major differences between these biological processes.
By Mark Williams, specialist trichologist HairClinics Netherlands
Mark writes for www.keratene.com


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Types of Hair loss
Last updated by admin on 10/15/2008 10:13 AM (Read: 14687 times)

One of the most common ways in which men and women both lose hair is by Androgenetic alopecia. Androgenetic alopecia can be caused by a number of ways, many of which are unknown while others are related to the environment and genes. The most important other category is alopecia areata, followed by some more rare variants.

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Hair Loss Solution - 5 Effective Treatments To Consider
Last updated by admin on 03/04/2007 08:07 PM (Read: 9435 times)

By Dean Shainin

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Going Natural With Hair Loss Remedies
Last updated by admin on 03/04/2007 10:00 AM (Read: 8997 times)

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