These are the recommended products for hair loss described in the various articles on this site. Click on the image to purchase from affiliate retailers I’ve personally used (unless noted otherwise). I can vouch for product quality, site security, and customer service for each one.
These products have either worked for me, or have given me sufficient reason to believe that they may work for someone else, based on the evidence. All have a related review on this site.
Whilst not every treatment will work in the same way for every person, if you put the products below at the top of your list I guarantee you’ll save a lot of time … and hair. It is my sincere hope that what you find here will work as well for you as they have for me. Either way, I’d welcome your feedback.
The HairMax Laser Comb is the only FDA approved Low Level Laser Therapy (LLLT) device as at time of writing.
|The Advanced 7 is by far the cheapest of the three HairMax Laser Comb models, with the main difference being the time required for each application (15, 11 or 8 minutes). The less time required, the more expensive the comb. Read the review here.||If you must go for a more expensive model, I wouldn’t go any further than the Prima 7. The only difference between this and the top of the range model (Ultima 12) is 3 minutes of application time. Read the review here.|
|Regenepure DR is a 1% ketoconazole based shampoo and forms part of my updated treatment plan here.
|I also started using additional elements of the Regenepure system in early 2016. In particular the Regenepure 5% Minoxidil Precision Spray. You can see my updated treatment plan here.
|Re-stim is a 5% Minoxidil solution that I used as part of successful treatment plan described in the ‘What Worked for Me‘ section of this site.||Re-stim+ is a 5% minoxidil solution with added saw palmetto. Although this is the product I now use (it wasn’t available when I first started my treatment program), it is slightly more expensive and I would not necessarily recommend this over and above the cheaper (Re-stim) version.
|I’d start with the 1% ketoconazole version and closely follow the guidelines for effective use in my review here (opens in a new window). If that doesn’t work, consider upping the dosage to the 2% version.||Generally speaking, Nizoral with 2% ketoconazole is available only over the counter. You can, of course, buy it over the internet in some places. I’ve provided a link in the image above to one such pharmacy based in New Zealand. I cannot personally vouch for the quality or service.|
|A good all-round formula to support healthy hair growth with a fine manufacturing pedigree. I used these before I started on the treatment plan described in the ‘What Treatment Worked for Me‘ section.||I used these as part of a broader treatment plan as described in the ‘What Treatment Worked for Me‘ section of the site. As I note there, it’s difficult to isolate which of the products had a beneficial impact other than to note that I have gradually reduced intake of these and have retained all of my regrown hair.|
|While cosmetic treatments do not treat hair loss, they can provide you with the confidence you need while you address the underlying condition with one of the other products recommended above. You can read the Toppik review here‘ section.||Try using Couvre before applying Toppik. While Toppik is applied to the hair, Couvre is a colour application which goes directly on the scalp to help reduce the appearance of skin (scalp shine) under the hair.|