I have been using this these herbals – Profinast, a substitute to propecia, to get rid of my hairloss. But I’m not sure if they are helping. I have fine hair in the frontal, but they are reasonably long. I think I have slight bald spot at the back, which I think either:
A. It is very slowly thinning out.
B. It has stopped.
I have been loosing between 10 – 20 hairs a day on average, and have used these pills for about 3 months since. And have noticed no reduce in hairs falling out. Should I still be shredding phase or not? My hairs that fall out are a variety of fine to thick strands. I have thought about to stop using this product and to use propecia instead, but propecia seems expensive, and two doctors have advised against it. I’m a little reluctant stop using the product because it has some very good nutritional hair ingredients as follows.
Also how does hair loss usually stop, does it stop all over the head at once? Or is it frontal then back? I am 26 now and have been going bald, surely but slowly for the past five years. I am also Male. I would be entirely grateful if any advice is offered.
There have been many posts on this site that discuss how when companies claim DHT blocking capabilities, they are usually not on target and actually violate FDA and FCC rules. Not only does this product’s marketing state that it will guarantee your hair loss stops in 7 days, but it also claims that within 365 days of taking the first pill, you will experience a “complete reversal of the [hair loss] process”. In other words, the product is claimed to completely regrow all lost hair in a year. Oh, come on! The most ridiculous part of it all (as if it could be any more) is that they offer cartoons on their site rather than actual before/after photos. So if you want to see how an art drawing can regrow hair, look no further than with Profinast! Also, performing a “whois” lookup on the owner of the official product’s website domain shows that rather than seeing the actual name/address/phone of the owner or manufacturer, it displays a “private registration” — meaning they are hiding their real contact information from the public. Does none of this seem fishy to anyone but me?
I think that you need to see a doctor and get a real diagnosis. This can have no real value for managing your hair loss and you are wasting significant amounts of time as your hair, which will get worse by the month, will continue to do so as you play with these products. I can not believe that Profinast does anything other than profit from your naivete.