Bangalore, April 22, 2016: Hairline International Hair and Skin Clinic has done it yet again! They bring PGD2 inhibitor therapy for hair loss, for the first time in the country. The organization now offers PGD2inhibitors that will help enhance hair growth by inhibiting specific internal factors that cause hair loss.Available in a topical application spray format, this treatment form puts all worries of painful procedures at ease.
Prostaglandin is a biological chemical present in every human being. The levels of prostaglandin changes during times of fevers, ailments or certain other hormonal imbalances. At such times they attach themselves to various receptors in the body creating a change that manifests itself in various ways. When prostaglandin attaches itself to hair receptors it has an inhibitory effect on hair growth.
Dr. Premalatha, Dermatologist, Hairline International Hair and Skin Clinic says, “Treatments such as Prostaglandin are what are known as maintenance therapies which inhibit loss of hair and encourage hair growth to a certain extent. It prevents progression of hair loss to higher grades that may require advanced treatments like hair transplants”.
This topical spray is available now at Hairline International is an inhibitor, in a drug form which inhibits the effect of prostaglandin on hair receptors. The average duration of a course of treatment is a minimum of six months and above. This a topical medication which means there are almost no negative side-effects to its usage. It is available for use in the form of a lotion that may be applied with a spray or a dropper onto the scalp of the patient. The application needs to be done once or twice a day for the duration of the treatment period.
Speaking on the introduction of this therapy, Ms. BaniAnand, Founder and Managing Director of Hairline International Hair and Skin Clinic says, “We have made tremendous advances in medical therapies for hair treatment. We believe that the introduction of Prostaglandin therapy at this time is right considering we have patients coming to us with various grades of hair loss, looking for therapies outside of hair transplants”.