Hair Type Of Style: 2C Wavy Whirly
Face Shape of Hairstyle: Oval, Oblong, Square, and Diamond
Hairstyle Density: Sparse Density Hair
Hair Textures: Medium Texture
Hairstyle Age Under for: 30, 31 – 40, and 41 – 60
Hair Height: Short
Hair Weight: Thin, Average and Large
For Glasses: No glasses
Hair Style Time: 30 minutes
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Diana 35 is strictly a treatment for women and not for all women. Known medically as Cyproterone Acetate with Ethinyloestradiol, it is an oral contraceptive. It is often prescribed for severe cases of acne in women but has been found to halt androgenetic alopecia (female pattern baldness). Diana 35 is able to produce its results primarily because it is an anti-androgen properties. Success rates vary between 50 to 90 percent when used for periods of six months or longer. The higher figure obtained if the therapy is instigated during the initial symptom appearance. Diana 35 unlike Propecia does not specifically produce hair growth but allows undamaged hair follicles to return to a healthy state of production. If the follicles are undamaged healthy growth will occur and the surrounding scalp hairs thicken.
Diana 35 has long been a staple for combating female pattern baldness in Europe but has found slower acceptance in the United States. One beneficial side effect of this oral contraceptive is that it helps prevent osteoporosis
• One interesting piece of research that relates to the use of contraceptives is that many of these medications contain copper. Too much copper in the body has been linked to hair loss. You can always check to see what is actually contained in your prescription. Be aware though the largest source of copper is also found in “hard” tap water. Simple blood tests can validate whether you are within the normal ranges that will not interfere with hair growth.
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1. Diana 35 is best obtained by doctor’s prescription. Always discuss with your prescribing physician any possible side effects you might encounter.