Personalized hair loss treatment plans starting at $20 per month.
Get evaluated for a doctor-recommended treatment plan
Treat hair loss with confidence. Get an online evaluation, doctor-recommended treatment plan and ongoing support if you ever have questions or concerns.
Through a free online visit, a Shapiro MD-affiliated doctor can evaluate your balding pattern to find the right treatment for you; whether that’s FDA-approved Finasteride, over-the-counter Minoxidil, or our natural DHT blocking line.
Frequently asked questions
We use telemedicine technology and U.S. licensed physicians to provide hair loss treatment that’s reliable, convenient, and discreet. It starts with your dynamic online visit. Your Shapiro MD-affiliated doctor needs to know about your health (current prescriptions, lifestyle, habits, medical history, and symptoms) and see pictures of your current hair loss. They also need to see an official ID to confirm your identity. They review everything, determine if telemedicine is safe for you , and either approve your treatment request or follow up within 24 hours. If you qualify, our doctors will provide a diagnosis and prescribe the right course of treatment to help you stop hair loss—and you may even regrow hair. If approved, your FDA-approved medication will come with a treatment plan with a great deal of information about hair loss. It is important you take the time to read it all.
1 mg dose of finasteride can effectively lower DHT levels in the scalp by as much as 60% when taken daily. It is DHT that shrinks or miniaturizes the hair follicle, which eventually leads to baldness. This 60% reduction in DHT has proven to stop the progression of hair loss in 86% of men taking the drug during clinical trials. 65% of trial participants had what was considered a substantial increase of hair growth.
Finasteride can take 3 to 4 months of daily use to start seeing visible changes. It can take up to a year to see the maximum results. As long as you don’t experience side effects, it’s best to continue medication for one full year before deciding on whether the medication is doing all it can for you.