Prevent Hair Loss & Promote Hair Growth
With Topical Dutasteride
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Clinically More Effective
Dutasteride* is more effective in treating male pattern hair loss compared to finasteride 1, 2, 3
Dutasteride is 100 times more potent in inhibiting the enzyme responsible for hair loss than finasteride
Apply topical solution twice daily
Clinically proven better results than finasteride in 6 months 1, 2, 3
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Our proprietary topical dutasteride formula consists of prescription grade dutasteride 0.25% & minoxidil 8%
Dutasteride has been shown in clinical studies to be superior to finasteride with respect to increased hair count and hair growth. 1, 2, 3
Over the counter minoxidil (Rogain™) is 5%. Our minoxidil is prescription strength and is 8%, for better efficacy and improved results.
Clinical studies have shown better hair growth and improved efficacy when prescription retinoic acid is mixed with minoxidil.
Real People, Real Results
This topical helped me get more hair, and boosted my confidence.
I tried Propecia and it reduced my libido. Then I switched to Happy Head and I got it back.
I thought a hair transplant was the only option, then Happy Head saved me from balding!
I was afraid of the side effects of oral Propecia so I tried Happy Head, haven’t had a problem.
Oral finasteride gave me poor performance in bed. This topical finasteride has me back on game!
All the stress from work made my hair fall out. Happy Head made my hair grow full.
Topical Dutasteride for Hair Loss
Topical Dutasteride is an FDA approved medication used to treat enlarged prostate and has been used off-label for treating male pattern hair loss. Dutasteride can have rare and uncommon side effects that you should be aware of. This includes sexual side effects (such as decreased libido, erectile dysfunction), and psychological side effects (such as depression or anxiety). Please see the Drug Safety Information below for more information. Women who may become pregnant or who are pregnant should avoid contact with dutasteride.
Topical Dutasteride is an FDA approved medication used to treat enlarged prostate and has been used off-label for treating male pattern hair loss. Clinical studies have shown that topical dutasteride has a better efficacy in treating male pattern hair loss compared to topical finasteride. Topical dutasteride is Happy Head’s latest innovative breakthrough and it works very similarly to topical dutasteride to combat hair loss. Happy Head’s topical dutasteride is a compounded prescription grade medication fortified with minoxidil, retinoic acid and hydrocortisone in a proprietary aloe base formula. Patients typically see thicker, fuller hair around 6 months with daily use, and a reduction in hair shedding. Dutasteride requires a prescription, so a medical consultation is required. Happy Head includes the medical consultation for free!
Dutasteride is a medication that is referred to as a 5-alpha reductase inhibitor, functionally similar to finasteride. 5-alpha reductase (5AR) is responsible for converting the testosterone hormone into another hormone called dihydrotestosterone, also known as DHT. DHT is responsible for shrinking hair follicles and causing male pattern baldness. By blocking the production of DHT, dutasteride (and finasteride) prevent hair loss. However, clinical studies have shown that dutasteride is approximately three times more potent than finasteride in inhibiting type-2 5AR and 100 times more potent in inhibiting type-1 5AR. Clinical studies have also shown dutasteride to be more effective in treating male pattern baldness than finasteride.
Dutasteride 0.25% Minoxidil 8%, Retinoic Acid 0.01%, Hydrocortisone 1%, Aloe base
Since dutasteride is a prescription medication, it requires a doctor’s consultation and prescription. With Happy Head, the doctor’s consultation is free and included when you purchase dutasteride. Simply fill out the short medical survey, and a physician will review your medical history and determine your eligibility for dutasteride. Once approved, the prescription is written, sent electronically to the pharmacy and the medication is shipped out to you in discreet packaging with FedEx 2nd day delivery. You will also receive free continuous support from our physicians in case there are any questions or issues.
Results may vary per patient. Results are not guaranteed. Topical Dutasteride is an FDA approved medication used to treat enlarged prostate. Topical Dutasteride has been used off-label for treating male pattern hair loss. Topical dutasteride is a compounded prescription medication. Compounded medications are not FDA approved. Women who may become pregnant or who are pregnant should avoid contact with Dutasteride. Dutasteride can have rare and uncommon side effects that you should be aware of. This includes sexual side effects (such as decreased libido, erectile dysfunction), and psychological side effects (such as depression or anxiety). Please see the Drug Safety Information below for more information.
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1. Superiority of dutasteride over finasteride in hair regrowth and reversal of miniaturization in men with androgenetic alopecia: A randomized controlled open-label, evaluator-blinded study. Shanshanwal SJ, Dhurat RS.Indian J Dermatol Venereol Leprol. 2017 Jan-Feb;83(1):47-54.
2. A randomized, active- and placebo-controlled study of the efficacy and safety of different doses of dutasteride versus placebo and finasteride in the treatment of male subjects with androgenetic alopecia. Gubelin Harcha W, Barboza Martínez J, Tsai TF, Katsuoka K, Kawashima M, Tsuboi R, Barnes A, Ferron-Brady G, Chetty D.J Am Acad Dermatol. 2014 Mar;70(3):489-498.
3. The importance of dual 5alpha-reductase inhibition in the treatment of male pattern hair loss: results of a randomized placebo-controlled study of dutasteride versus finasteride. Olsen EA, Hordinsky M, Whiting D, Stough D, Hobbs S, Ellis ML, Wilson T, Rittmaster RS; Dutasteride Alopecia Research Team.J Am Acad Dermatol. 2006 Dec;55(6):1014-23.