Topical Spiro - Shield Against Hair Loss!
Often times in our research, subjects experience certain side effects of compound administration. Not all of these side effects are desirable. For exampleadministration of androgens results in a higher propensity for hair loss. While genetic predisposition plays a role as well it has been proven the aforementioned is the case. Topical Spiro (spironolactone) is an extremely effective compound at managing this undesirable side effect in our research subjects.
To understand how Spiro works lets first take a look at what causes hair loss in the first place. Research has discovered one of the primary causes for undesired hair loss is a buildup of androgens at the hair follicle. The most common androgen is dht. In males, testosterone undergoes a conversion via a process known as 5 aplha reduction, to dht (dihydrotestosterone). DHT is roughly 7-10x more androgenic than testosterone. DHT builds up at the hair follicle causing it to weaken and ultimately fall out.
There are several ways you can approach this. There are compounds available that can be administered to research subjects orally that prevent the conversion of testosterone to dht. Dutasteride is the most effective of them and when combined with topical spiro would offer research subjects the most powerful defense to hair loss available. There are also topical compounds available, like Topical Spiro, that are extremely effective as well.
Topical Spiro works by literally blocking the receptor so androgens (like dht) cannot bind to them at all. This prevents the dht from weakening and ultimately destroying the hair follicle. Spiro attacks the problem our research subjects encounter in the most direct and least invasive manner. It is topical and works at the location of the undesired side effect. It has been proven extremely effective at blocking androgens and the prevention and treatment of undesired hair loss.
For a topical approach to the undesired effect of hair loss in research subjects Topical Spiro clearly cannot be beat. It is by far the most effective. It literally blocks the cause, at the actual location of the undesired hair loss. This effective and surely not well know enough compound is worthy of you attention and use in your research.
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