Hair Loss Compounding
Hair loss Compounding goes beyond cosmetics. If you are looking for a pharmacy that do hair loss compound then look no further than Medrocs Compounding Pharmacy. We work with all types of Scalp disorders. Hair loss may be painful, annoying, unsightly and embarrassing. Scalp problems may require short-term treatment, but many of them need long-term therapy over months, and sometimes years. Compounding pharmacists have a significant role in achieving successful therapeutic outcomes in this emerging field.
Common Hair Related Compounds
Hair Loss Solutions
- Hair loss compounding
- Custom hair loss treatments
- Compounded hair loss medications
- Hair loss remedies
- Hair loss solutions
- Personalized hair loss treatments
- Topical hair loss treatments
- Scalp treatments for hair loss
- Hair regrowth treatments
- Compounded minoxidil
- Finasteride compounding
- Custom hair loss shampoos
- Prescription hair loss treatments
- Customized hair loss treatments
- Hair loss pharmacy
- Hair loss medications
- Hair growth supplements
- Hair loss prevention
- Trichology treatments
- Alopecia treatment.
Hair Loss Compounding Treatment – Customized to the Individual
The scalp consists primarily of the skin, sweat glands, sebaceous glands, hair shafts, and hair. When these appendages are not functioning properly in harmony with one another, various scalp disorders can occur.
Common Hair Care Compounding Forms We formulate:
- Gels / Cream
- Medicated Shampoo
Ingredients used for Hair Care Compounding
Biotin, Minoxidil, Tretinoin, Finasteride, Coal Tar, Progesterone, Salicylic Acid, Metformin Topical, Azelaic Acid, Fluocinonide, Permethrin, Ketoconazole, Sulfur Topical, Spironolactone, Zinc Sulfate, Selenium Sulfide, Calcipotriene, Niacinamide, Saw Palmetto, Triamcinolone, Anthralin, Clobetasol Propionate, Phenol, Diphenylcyclopropenone
Hair Loss Compounding: Personalized Solutions for Hair Loss
At Medrocs Pharmacy, we understand that hair loss can be a frustrating and difficult experience. That’s why we offer customized, compounded solutions to help you regrow your hair and feel confident in your appearance once again.
What is Hair Loss Compounding?
Hair loss compounding involves creating custom medications and treatments that are tailored to your individual needs. Our compounding pharmacy can create personalized hair loss treatments that are formulated specifically for you, based on your unique hair loss pattern, medical history, and other factors.
Custom Hair Loss Treatments
We offer a wide range of custom hair loss treatments, including compounded minoxidil, finasteride, and other topical treatments that are designed to promote hair growth and reduce hair loss. Our team of experienced pharmacists can work with you to develop a personalized treatment plan that is tailored to your specific needs.
Prescription Hair Loss Treatments
In addition to our customized compounded treatments, we also offer a range of prescription hair loss medications that have been proven to be effective in treating hair loss. Our pharmacists can work with your doctor to ensure that you receive the right medications for your hair loss condition.
Hair Loss Prevention and Maintenance
At our hair loss compounding website, we believe that prevention is key to maintaining healthy hair. That’s why we offer a range of hair loss prevention treatments, including custom hair loss shampoos, scalp treatments, and hair growth supplements. Our pharmacists can help you develop a personalized hair care routine that will help you maintain healthy, beautiful hair.
Alopecia is a condition that causes hair loss, and it can be a difficult condition to treat. At our hair loss compounding website, we offer a range of customized treatments that can help to stimulate hair growth and reduce hair loss for those suffering from alopecia. Our pharmacists can work with you to develop a treatment plan that is tailored to your individual needs.
Trichology is the study of hair and scalp health, and our team of pharmacists is trained in the latest trichology treatments and techniques. We offer personalized trichology treatments that can help to improve the health of your hair and scalp, leading to improved hair growth and reduced hair loss.
The Benefits of Hair Loss Compounding
At our hair loss compounding website, we believe that personalized hair loss treatments offer a number of benefits over traditional over-the-counter remedies. Here are just a few of the benefits of hair loss compounding:
Personalized TreatmentWith hair loss compounding, you’ll receive a customized treatment plan that is tailored to your unique hair loss pattern, medical history, and other factors. This means that you’ll receive a treatment plan that is designed specifically for you, rather than a one-size-fits-all approach.
Greater EffectivenessBecause hair loss compounded medications are created specifically for your needs, they can be more effective than over-the-counter remedies. Our pharmacists can work with you to create a treatment plan that addresses the root cause of your hair loss, leading to more effective results.
Fewer Side EffectsOver-the-counter hair loss remedies can sometimes cause side effects such as scalp irritation, dryness, and flaking. With hair loss compounding, our pharmacists can create a customized medication that is tailored to your unique needs, which can lead to fewer side effects.
Convenient and AccessibleOur hair loss compounding website offers convenient and accessible treatment options for those suffering from hair loss. You can easily order your customized medication online and have it delivered directly to your door, making it easier than ever to address your hair loss condition.
Hair Loss Compounding & Thinning Solutions
Hair loss and thinning can be a difficult diagnosis for men and women. We create custom non-surgical solutions backed by science to support all patient needs.
Our easy-to-use formulas integrate easily into daily routines and address these variables by offering a prescriber the ability to formulate a multi-phasic compound with ingredients such as:
Minoxidil (brand name: Rogaine) (7%, 8%, 9%, 10%, 12%)
The only FDA-approved ingredient to treat hair loss and thinning. Minoxidil has been the number one topical therapy for androgenetic alopecia since its FDA clearance in 1988. OTC Rogaine for Women and Rogaine for men has been used by people from several years to treat hair loss.
- It creates vasodilatation.
- It slows senescence of keratinocytes.
- It increases proliferation of dermal papilla cells in the hair follicle.
- It enhances cell proliferation.
Tretinoin & Minoxidil Compounds – Increase Hair Growth
Tretinoin, when added to minoxidil, can increase its efficacy. Studies have shown that tretinoin increases the percutaneous absorption of minoxidil by three-fold. Additionally, tretinoin in one study, when used alone, was shown to be able to increase hair growth in 58% of patients, while the combination of minoxidil and tretinoin increased hair growth in 66% of subjects.
Finasteride (brand name: Propecia)
Applied topically, finasteride yields results comparable to oral administration but without the sexual side effects. Finasteride is one of the most effective treatments for male pattern baldness on the market. Proven to halt – and even reverse – hair loss in the majority of men, it is most commonly taken orally as a pill. However, that’s not the only way to enjoy its benefits.
What is topical Finasteride? While less known as a hair loss treatment than oral Finasteride, the topical treatment may well become a popular option for men with male pattern hair loss. It can be applied locally to the scalp and can be used in combination with other sprays, such as topical Minoxidil.
Biotin and Saw Palmetto
Saw palmetto is an alternative remedy used to treat hair loss. It’s a plant with small berries that has been used by Native Americans as medicine and food for hundreds of years. There’s evidence that this herbal remedy may treat an enlarged prostate. It also has been used to treat:
- hair loss
- bladder infections
- prostate cancer
- decreased sex drive
Topical Melatonin is a potent antioxidant and growth modulator and has been identified as a promising ingredient in patients with androgenetic alopecia or general hair loss. Source
Melatonin is also known as a powerful anti-oxidant, it provides protection on hair strands against free radicals that causes cell destruction in the hair.
Topical melatonin treatment has shown the most potential for success in patients suffering from Androgenic Alopecia.
Fluocinolone, Calcipotriene, Clobetasol, Triamcinolone
Topical steroids used to treat skin conditions such as eczema, which can impact the thickness and fullness of hair.
Corticosteroid medications are used to treat people with alopecia areata, lichen planopilaris, and discoid lupus erythematosus. These immune system suppressors can counteract the effects of an autoimmune disease, allowing hair to grow. Dermatologists determine which type of treatment is most appropriate based on your age and severity of symptoms.
Estradiol and Progesterone
Endogenous sex hormones that play a key role in hair loss. During menopause, women are likely experiencing a lot of changes, from irregular periods to night sweats and mood changes. Thinning hair can also occur in post-menopause. Many women notice that hormone replacement treatment can help reduce hot flashes and may even help their hair. For Hormone Treatment/Hair Loss Compounding checkout our Bio-Identical Hormone Replacement Therapy services.
Finasteride 0.25% Facial Cream
Finasteride is recommended to be taken as a second-line treatment for hirsutism. Based on some guidelines, oral contraceptive pills used as first-line treatment for hirsutism may be combined with finasteride after six months if treatment response is considered suboptimal.
Spironolactone 5% Topical Cream
There is some evidence that spironolactone may decrease the degree of hirsutism in some female patients. Spironolactone acts as an antiandrogen and aldosterone antagonist. Its major mechanism of action is to compete with DHT for androgen receptors in the skin. It also has a proposed mechanism of increasing the level of sex hormone-binding globulins (SHBG), proteins that circulate in the bloodstream to which testosterone molecules selectively bind.
Azelaic Acid 15% CREAM
Azelaic acid is responsible for the decreased DHT production, and in fact, it has been shown to inhibit the activity of 5-αR.
By suppressing this cycle, hair growth will slow or even stop.