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Our combined spray treatment is great for men who would like an alternative to taking a daily tablet for hair loss. This topical solution contains Finasteride and Minoxidil - the only approved medications to effectively treat male pattern hair loss.
Men who would prefer a topical solution for hair loss. There is some exciting new evidence that suggests topical treatments may be viable alternatives for hair loss that present less risk of side effects. If you’re experiencing the rare side effects of oral Finasteride, then our topical Finasteride-Minoxidil spray could be for you.
The spray contains the two medications that are medically proven to treat hair loss;
The spray should be used as a daily treatment and applied twice daily as part of your morning and evening routine. Simply apply the spray to the scalp (paying particular attention to the affected areas of hair loss) and allow it to absorb.
Our topical solution contains 0.1% topical Finasteride, which helps to reduce DHT in the scalp and 5% topical Minoxidil, which increases blood flow and helps to reactivate hair follicles.
Typically hair loss treatments start to work after about 3 months of use, however it can take longer to notice the results - optimum benefits are usually seen from about 12 months of continuous use.
If you want to take action against hair loss, but you have either; experienced rare side effects of oral Finasteride or would rather have a spray treatment for hair loss, our topical Finasteride-Minoxidil spray could be the ideal choice for you.
An unlicensed medicine can be defined in a number of ways:
- A medicine that is formulated in an alternative version to the licensed medicine (e.g. a oral medication made into a topical liquid formulation, or a medication made in a different strength to the original licensed version).
- A medicine that has no licence at all.
- A medicine that has a licence in other countries, but not the UK.
Our Topical Spray is an unlicensed treatment that contains 5% minoxidil and 0.1% Finasteride. 5% topical minoxidil and 1mg oral Finasteride are both licensed for the treatment of male hair loss. Our unique formulation combines both of these ingredients into a topical combination containing both products and this is why it is classified as an “unlicensed” medicine.
Every request for our unlicensed and off-label medicines are reviewed by our independent prescribers. Each prescriber will review your online consultation and prescribe a hair loss treatment only if it is clinically appropriate, based on individual circumstances and if the licensed treatments are not suitable. Suitability can be based on the clinical profile of a patient, prior side effects or patient preference due to concerns around the licensed medicine.
"If your hairline is in doubt, Sons will help you out!"
“Since using the product my hair has regained some of its former volume and now looks much fuller and healthier, giving me a much needed confidence boost”
“I’ve been using the Son’s full works package daily for the last 6 months… I knew the products were making a difference. However, it wasn’t until I took my 6-month progress shot that I realised the true effect they’d had on my hair.”
It takes some time for changes to become visible. Some men will shed more fine hairs than normal, but this is only temporary.
Hair loss may have considerably slowed or stopped completely. Some people see signs of regrowth, primarily at the crown of the head.
As the medication continues to work, miniaturised hairs will be replaced by thicker healthier hairs which leads to a gradual improvement in hair density over time .
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