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Treatment with Botox?

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Treatment with Botox?

Post  mecevik on Mon Jul 31, 2017 2:47 am

Translated from Turkish By Google Translate.

Botox removes two major causes of hair loss from the center. One of them is the contracting of the strathal vessels in the cortex and the inability of the hair roots to feed. The other is the Dihydrotestosterone (DHT) hormone, which is considered to be the most important responsibility of hair loss.
Botox also relaxes the muscles in the region where it is applied, preventing the vessels from contracting. Thus, blood circulation in the skin of the head is regulated and oxygenation increases. This allows the hair follicles to be fed better and the hair follicles to become stronger.
DHT is also responsible for hair loss; Testosterone is a powerful metabolite of hormone that is formed by the 5-alpha reductase enzyme. The lower the oxygen content in the environment, the more DHT is produced. At this point, Botox applied regularly to the head skin increases oxygen in the environment and inhibits DHT formation in Testosterone, and Testosterone turns into estradiol. Thus, an important reaction that leads to hair loss is avoided.

So what do you think about this?

It sounds like the mechanism of botox is the same as DT and Minoxidil's.

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