The Science Behind Our Hair Loss Solution.
The Shapiro MD hair loss supporting system is for men and post-menopausal women. Shapiro MD Shampoo contains a patented formula with three naturally occurring DHT (dihydrotestosterone) blockers. DHT blockers, like Propecia, finasteride, and Proscar, have been shown to block the negative effects of testosterone and allow hair to grow. We have used Shapiro MD Shampoo for men and post-menopausal women with high patient satisfaction. Because Shapiro MD Shampoo is sulfate free, it does not interfere with patients’ hair color or other previous or ongoing hair treatments. Shapiro MD Shampoo may interfere with Keratin hair treatments because it contains sodium chloride.
Thinning hair and hair loss can be caused by a variety of internal and external factors. Shapiro MD is different than other natural hair restoration and synthetic treatments because it stops the thinning or shedding hair process by targeting DHT production and optimizing the hair production cycle using natural ingredients with scientifically proven effectiveness against thinning or shedding hair. DNA resides in the nuclei of the cells, and provides genetic blueprints that instruct cells how to act. The process of hair growth is part of our genetic makeup, and the DNA inherited from both parents dictates one’s predisposition to thinning or shedding hair. When these hair loss genes are present, they can be triggered by DHT, a hormone present in both men and women after puberty. Thinning or shedding hair is genetic but can be stopped and reversed with natural hair restoration.
When testosterone enters the hair follicle cells through gateways known as androgen receptors, it interacts with enzymes that convert it to DHT (dihydrotestosterone) an unwanted byproduct. Shapiro MD blocks the androgen receptors and prevents testosterone from entering the cell.
NOT FOR USE BY WOMEN OF CHILDBEARING AGE, INCLUDING PREGNANT OR LACTATING WOMEN, because of the hormonal risk of active DHT blockers on a potential unborn [or nursing] child.
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