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|CAS No::||98319-26-7||Molecular Formula::||C23H36N2O2|
|Molecular Weight::||372.54400||Boiling Point::||576.6 ° C At 760 MmHg|
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Product Name: Finasteride
storage temp: Store at RT
solubility DMSO: 32mg/mL, soluble
Water Solubility: insoluble
Appearance: White Solid
What is Topical Finasteride?
Finasteride is the most effective hair loss treatment for men who are experiencing Male Pattern Baldness (MPB), the most common form of hair loss.
While the treatment has traditionally been sold in tablet form, there is now a Topical form of Finasteride available. Topical medicines come in a liquid form, and are applied directly to the treated area. Creams and gels are everyday examples of topical treatments.
Topical Finasteride is a prescription-only treatment, and you need to be assessed by a clinician in order to get a prescription. Freshman offers free online consultations with a UK-registered clinician. If the clinician approves, you can have your prescription to topical Finasteride shipped to you the next working day.
Finasteride works by blocking the conversion of the hormone testosterone to dihydrotestosterone in the prostate. It does this by blocking an enzyme called 5-alpha reductase. Dihydrotestosterone is partly responsible for making the prostate enlarge. Therefore a reduced amount of dihydrotestosterone in the prostate causes it to shrink. This helps you to pass urine more easily.
Physicians use finasteride for the treatment of benign prostatic hyperplasia (BPH), informally known as an enlarged prostate. The FDA-approved dose is 5 mg once a day. Six months or more of treatment with finasteride may be required to determine the therapeutic results of treatment. If the drug is discontinued, any therapeutic benefits reverse within about 6-8 months. Finasteride may improve the symptoms associated with BPH such as difficulty urinating, getting up during the night to urinate, hesitation at the start of urination, and decreased urinary flow.
Finasteride is sometimes used in hormone replacement therapy for male-to-female transsexuals in combination with a form of estrogen due to its antiandrogen properties.
How to make Topical Finasteride
In order to make Topical Finasteride, crush together 60mg of Finasteride tablets; if you are using 5mg tablets, you’ll need to crush 12 of these into a powder. Next, you will need to measure out 60mg of pure Finasteride powder, and 60ml of Minoxidil solution. Carefully pour the Finasteride and Minoxidil into a container, and seal it securely. Once the lid to the container is on securely, shake the mixture together for about 10 minutes. Afterwards, let the mixture settle overnight. Pour the mixture into a new container, and your Topical Finasteride solution is ready to use!
If you’ve followed the instructions above, you will have created a Topical Finasteride solution with a concentration of 0.1%. You should apply 1ml of this solution to your scalp per day using your dropper. If you’re in any doubt at all about how much of your solution to apply, we recommend consulting your GP. Note that you may need to use Topical Finasteride for 3 to 6 months before you notice an increase in your hair density, or a significant reduction in hair loss. It’s important not to use more than the recommended dosage, even if you do not see results within the expected time frame.
How effective is topical finasteride for combating hair loss?
Finasteride is the most effective prescription-strength hair loss treatment available. It has been shown to be effective at stopping hair loss and promoting hair regrowth for up to 90% of guys.
Studies have shown that Topical Finasteride is just as effective at treating hair loss as oral Finasteride tablets. This study of Topical Finasteride showed that a group of 52 men using the treatment had a significant decrease in hair loss levels, and a “reduction in balding areas”.
Another study, conducted in 2014, with 23 male subjects aged between 18–65 years old, showed that DHT levels were reduced by 68–75% when using topical Finasteride, and by 62–72% when using oral Finasteride tablets.
In conclusion, Topical Finasteride is a scientifically backed hair loss treatment which is equally effective as oral Finasteride tablets, with none of the same risk of side effects.
Finasteride is used to treat male pattern baldness (androgenic alopecia) in men. Topically (on the scalp itself) it is of some effect in minimizing further hair loss. In combination with Nizoral and spironolactone (which smells awful, by the way) it can actually reverse loss moderately.
Used for the treatment of prostate disease first. Clinical studies suggest that, with finasteride 1 mg/day, continuous oral 3 months or slightly long can have hair growth, after continuous treatment 1 year hair growth rate to 48%, and can continue to fall off, taking the hair organization 2 years hair growth rate reached 66% ~ 83%.
Signs of androgenetic alopecia include the following:
Increased hair shedding;
Transition in the involved areas from large, thick, pigmented terminal hairs to thinner, shorter, indeterminate hairs and finally to short, wispy, non-pigmented vellus hairs;
The result may be a total denudation area; this area varies from patient to patient and is usually most marked at the top.
What causes hair loss?
Doctors don’t know why certain hair follicles are programmed to have a shorter growth period than others. However, many factors may influence hair loss:
Genes, from both male and female parents, may influence a person’s predisposition to male or female pattern baldness;
Stress, illness, and childbirth can cause temporary hair loss;
Drugs, including chemotherapy drugs used in cancer treatment, blood thinners, beta-adrenergic blockers used to control blood pressure, and birth control pills, can cause temporary hair loss;
Burns, injuries, and X-rays can cause temporary hair loss. In such cases, normal hair growth usually returns once the injury heals unless a scar is produced. Then, the hair will never regrow;
Autoimmune disease may cause alopecia areata. In alopecia areata, the immune system revs up for unknown reasons and affects the hair follicles. In most people with alopecia areata, the hair grows back, although it may temporarily be very fine and possibly a lighter colour before normal colouration and thickness return;
Cosmetic procedures, such as shampooing too often, perms, bleaching, and dyeing hair can contribute to overall hair thinning by making hair weak and brittle. Tight braiding, using rollers or hot curlers, and running hair combs through tight curls can also damage and break hair. However, these procedures don’t cause baldness. In most instances hair grows back normally if the source of the problem is removed;
Medical conditions. Thyroid disease, lupus, diabetes, iron deficiency anaemia, eating disorders, and anaemia can cause hair loss. Most times, when the underlying condition is treated, the hair will return unless there is scarring as in some forms of lupus, lichen planus or follicular disorders;
Diet. A low-protein diet or severely calorie-restricted diet can also cause temporary hair loss.
Finasteride is the generic form of the brand-name drug Propecia. Propecia is a prescription only medication and so generally requires a visit to your GP or other healthcare professional.
Finasteride is the first 5alpha-reductase inhibitor that received clinical approval for the treatment of androgenetic alopecia (male pattern hair loss). Type II 5a-reductase is an intracellular enzyme that converts the androgen testosterone into 5a dihydrotestosterone (DHT).
According to the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) clinical trials, 83% of men who used Finasteride for two years either saw a complete stop of hair loss and an increase of hair growth or both.
Dosage and administration:
The recommended dosage of Finasteride is 1 mg orally once a day. Continued use is recommended to sustain benefit which should be re-evaluated periodically. Withdrawal of treatment leads to reversal of effect within 12 months.
|Specification||1 kg/Tin||Batch No||20190528|
|According to USP37||
|Test Items||Specification||Test Results|
|Description||White or off-white crystalline powder||Off-white crystalline powder|
|IR||Matches with working standard||Complies|
|Freely soluble in chloroform and in alcohol; Very slightly soluble in water||Conform|
|Residue on ignition||≤0.1%||0.05%|
|Relative material||Single impurity≤0.5%||0.36%|
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