Patients often ask "Is there a natural way to block DHT to fight hair loss or oily scalp?"
Patients looking to decrease DHT (dihydrotestosterone) production naturally may come across Saw Palmetto or Serenoa Repens, a common ingredient in natural DHT blocking supplements as well as in some compounded oral prescription (like FinPlus) and topical prescription solutions. In the scientific literature there is an increasing amount of evidence that supports the use of Saw Palmetto and similar compounds like avocado extracts to help block the activity of DHT. DHT is the well known trigger for hair loss in men (and some women) which has also been implicated in the over production of sebum or oil in the scalp and skin. A NEW transdermal patch called Havogen5 allows for the absorption of Saw Palmetto and other helpful ingredients conveniently and naturally through the skin.
Where to buy Havogen5 Anti-DHT Saw Palmetto Patch?
The Havogen5 patch is now available from Dr. Alan Bauman and Bauman Medical in Boca Raton for those patients seeking a natural DHT blocker to aid in their hair loss or oily scalp condition. Havogen5 Saw Palmetto patch can be used as an alternative or adjunct to traditional pharmaceutical treatments like finasteride, propecia, etc. as long as results are being tracked carefully by your board-certified Hair Restoration Physician.
How is Havogen5 transdermal saw palmetto patch used?
The Havogen5 patch is applied 12 hours each day to the skin of the nape of the neck or shoulder area. Havogen5 ingredients including Saw Palmetto, avocado extracts and others, may help the reduction of DHT activity in the scalp. Routine measurements, of course, with the HairCheck device and the Sebum Analysis Tool are critical to monitoring it's effects and benefits for seborrhea and hair loss. Blood tests may also be used to determine if the levels of DHT in the blood or serum are being effectively decreased.
When should I see results with Havogen5 natural Anti-DHT patch?
As with any treatments, because of standard hair growth rates in humans, it takes about three to six months to measure early changes with the HairCheck device and approximately 9-15 months to see changes on standardized scalp photography. HairCheck measurements are recommended every three months because results vary between patients.
Visit BaumanMedical.com for more information on traditional, natural and alternative treatments for hair loss and oily scalp.