Chronic hair loss means continuous loss lasting longer than 6 months. The most common cause in women is androgenic alopecia, which is due to a relative excess of androgens that adversely affect the health and behavior of the hair follicle. The second most common cause is telogen effluvium, which is not a single disease but rather a syndrome that includes many things that lead to chronic hair loss.
One of our duties to you is to diagnose the cause of your hair loss because by knowing this we can employ the most specific treatment. Using the most specific treatment is how you will get optimum results, or treatment outcomes as we say in medicine. Despite our best efforts it is not always possible to pinpoint the cause or determine how much one thing or the other is contributing to your hair loss. We often find women have more than one recognized cause for their hair loss.
If androgenic alopecia is diagnosed the treatment is different than if the cause is determined to be in the realm of telogen effluvium. It is of critical importance to the successful restoration of your hair that we make this distinction because the treatment of these two conditions is different. One commonality in the therapy for both disorders, which include about 95% of women with hair loss, is that both respond well to the blend of pharmaceuticals found in Minca Scalp Spray.
The healing properties of Minca Scalp Spray
Established causes of hair loss have been discovered and include excess or relative excess androgens, chronic inflammation, reduced scalp blood flow, accumulated DNA damage and genetic inheritance. While we must simply tolerate our genetic endowment these other causes of chronic hair loss can be effectively addressed with the judicious use of a topically applied medicinal scalp spray. The agents included in the spray act alone and in concert to restore and conserve the health of hair follicles. The overall effect of the proper use of Minca Scalp Spray is not simply additive but synergistic in that the observed results are greater than predictable from knowledge of each drug’s individual actions.