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Crinagen Scalp Therapy is a completely natural topical scalp spray that can be used by both men or women experiencing Androgenetic Alopecia.

Its natural ingredients have two basic functions:

(1) they decrease the production of DHT by blocking the activity of 5 alpha-reductase and, thereby, its ability to convert testosterone into dihydrotestosterone (DHT). In this manner, it reduces the amount of DHT within the scalp. Reducing the amount of DHT reduces its miniaturizing effects on the follicle

(2) they nourish hair follicles in the scalp. Containing no alcohol, Crinagen is a great addition to any hair loss formulas, such as Rogaine, Propecia.

Ingredients: Distilled water; Polysorbate 20; Azelaic Acid; Gamma Linolenic acid, Zinc acetate hydrate; Niacin; Vitamin B6 (as Pyridoxal-5-phosphate); Saw palmetto extract (serenoa repens); Ginkgo biloba, Oleic acid, tea tree oil, Ribofalvin, Vitamin E (as d-alpha tocopherol) and Proanthocyanidins from grape seed extract.

The two most important ingredients are azelaic acid and Proanthocyanidins. Both agents have been shown to block the conversion of male and female hormones into dihydrotestosterone (DHT), which is the main cause of male and female pattern hair loss, by blocking the activity of 5 alpha-reductase.

Functions: Control hair loss in 4 to 6 months and promote new hair regrow. Safe for both men and women.

For women who cannot use Propecia, Crinagen is a perfect alternative.

There is no known side effects.

Product Research:
5 alpha-reductase-catalyzed conversion of testosterone to dihydrotestosterone
Procyanidin oligomers
Growth suppression of hamster flank organs by topical application of gamma-linolenic and other fatty acid inhibitors of 5alpha-reductase
Androgen action: molecular mechanism and medical application
Inhibition of steroid 5 alpha-reductase by specific aliphatic unsaturated fatty acids
Inhibition of 5 alpha-reductase activity in human skin by zinc and azelaic acid
Efficacy and safety of azelaic acid and glycolic acid combination therapy compared with tretinoin therapy for acne
The oxyradical-scavenging activity of azelaic acid in biological systems
Mechanism of azelaic acid action in acne
Androgen action: molecular mechanism and medical application
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