For those seeking a more permanent solution to hair loss, a hair restoration procedure may be the best option. Learn more about this new offering from Keeps.
Have questions about platelet rich plasma injections? Learn more about PRP hair injections from the hair loss experts at Keeps.
Finasteride and minoxidil are two FDA-approved solutions to treat male pattern baldness. Find out how each one works, how they differ, and which one you should use.
Here's everything you need to know about PRP (platelet-rich plasma) and how it works to stop hair loss.
Find out how finasteride (best known by its trade names, Propecia and Proscar) combats male pattern baldness, stops hair loss, and promotes hair growth.
Find out how minoxidil (best known by its trade name, Rogaine) combats male pattern baldness, stops hair loss, and promotes hair growth.
Minoxidil helps stop hair loss and grow new hair. If you apply it twice daily, you typically will see an improvement in hair loss as early as four to six months.
Finasteride helps stop hair loss and grow new hair. If you take it daily, you could start to see an improvement in hair loss as early as four to six months.
Finasteride is an oral tablet that, when taken once daily, can prevent and treat male pattern baldness. Find out how to use this revolutionary medicine.
There are lots of solutions claiming to cure hair loss, but there are only two FDA-approved treatments that are proven to be effective: minoxidil and finasteride.
Finasteride is an FDA-approved prescription tablet that has been clinically proven to prevent the spread of receding hairlines and boost hair regrowth. Watch our tips for maximizing effectiveness of this medication.
Curious about finasteride side effects? Learn more from Dr. Jerry Shapiro, world-renowned hair loss expert on potential side effects.
Minoxidil is a topical solution that you apply to the scalp twice daily to treat hair loss. Minoxidil helps regrow hair by stimulating the hair follicle to grow. Learn more from Dr. Jerry Shapiro, world-renowned hair loss expert.
Finasteride is an FDA-approved prescription tablet used to treat male pattern baldness in men only. Learn more from Dr. Jerry Shapiro, world-renowned hair loss expert on potential side effects.
Finasteride is a prescription medication clinically proven to prevent male pattern baldness. But what happens if you stop taking finasteride?
Struggling to remember to take your finasteride every day? How about applying your minoxidil? Building new habits is hard. These tips make it easier.
We’re not just telling you that Keeps hair loss treatments can work, but showing you a few real life before-and-after videos from our customers.
More is better, right? Well, that's not always the case, especially when it comes to finasteride.
Nope, they won't stop your hair loss — but they will help the hair you have look healthier and fuller.
Using minoxidil (generic Rogaine®) to treat your hair loss? Hair loss expert Antonella Tosti shared five simple hair styling tips to keep in mind while using the product.
We asked our medical advisors to weigh in on hair loss vitamins and if they actually work.
Here's everything you need to know about using ketoconazole shampoo to treat an itchy scalp or dandruff.
Wondering how to apply minoxidil foam? Read our tips to get the best results from this hair loss treatment.
Minoxidil is very easy to apply. Read this to find out how to put the topical solution onto your scalp to prevent male pattern baldness.
Read this for all the latest breakthroughs in the world of hair loss research, including lasers, stem cells, and 3D printing (seriously).
Wondering how hair transplants actually work, and if they’re a good option for treating your hair loss? Wonder no more. We’ve got all the answers you need.
We don't normally like to pat ourselves on the back, but these are worth watching again and again.
Worried about the long-term effects of using finasteride? Let's break down the facts about post-finasteride syndrome.
Plenty of natural remedies are promoted online as medication-free DHT blockers, but do any of them actually work? We'll tell you what the studies say.
Nothing's more frustrating than starting a hair loss treatment only to see even more of your hair falling out. But there's a good reason to stick it out—initial shedding is actually a sign that minoxidil's working.
Did you know that many experts recommend ketoconazole shampoo for hair loss? See the clinical evidence that says medicated shampoo really can help.
It's not science fiction—lasers really can help treat your hair loss, but not so well that you should pin all your hopes on them.
Ever considered using hundreds of tiny needles to treat your hair loss? Microneedling can boost regrowth, but it comes with some risks.
Castor oil is well-known for its plethora of benefits. But is there scientific evidence that castor oil supports hair growth?
From how it works to the benefits and potential side effects, here’s everything you need to know about topical finasteride.
Have you ever considered a two-in-one topical finasteride and minoxidil formula to treat hair loss? Here’s everything you need to know about this compounded hair loss treatment.