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Dr. Alan Bauman: Does Melatonin Have an Impact on Hair Growth? (Video)

Dr. Bauman explains how Melatonin may be a beneficial ingredient to apply to the scalp for hair growth.

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Dr. Alan Bauman: Does Melatonin Have an Impact on Hair Growth? (Video)

(Video Transcript)

Hey there! It’s Dr. Alan Bauman from Bauman Medical Hair Transplant and Hair Loss Treatment Center coming to your today on behalf of Strut.

And, I’ve got a question: What do wooly sheep and a good night’s sleep have in common?

It’s not just about counting sheep!

We’re going to find out – does Melatonin have an impact on hair growth?

Could it be a game-changer for your regimen?

We’re gonna find out.

So, does Melatonin really work for hair loss?

Well, I can tell you, years ago, Melatonin pellets were developed by veterinarians and those who were raising wooly sheep to help those sheep produce more wool in less time and become more valuable, obviously, to the sheep farmers.

And so those Melatonin pellets put under the skin of the sheep enhanced in some way the wool production.

Fast forward, now, we all think of Melatonin as a sleep aid, something that will reset the body’s clock if you’re jet lagged, or to help you stay asleep over the evening time.

But, we also know that Melatonin has a strong impact on hair follicles.

And, recent research shows us that Melatonin can impact the anagen phase, the growth phase, of a hair follicle.

And, some of the studies, which I’ll link to below, talk about the use of Melatonin in androgenetic alopecia, and also specifically in female pattern hair loss as a booster for hair growth.

Related Studies:

1. Melatonin increases anagen hair rate in women with androgenetic alopecia or diffuse alopecia: results of a pilot randomized controlled trial

2. Topical Melatonin for Treatment of Androgenetic Alopecia

3. Melatonin and the hair follicle

4. Female Pattern Hair Loss—An Update

So, is Melatonin going to work for you? Well, you could add a Melatonin-containing topical to your hair growth regimen.

If you were already using, let’s say, a topical Minoxidil, you could use something like the Strut Hair Booster.

The Strut Hair Booster contains Melatonin, it contains Caffeine, it also contains a prostaglandin analog.

And, all of these, as well as Biotin, all of this together can enhance your existing Minoxidil regimen, or other regimen that you might be using right now.

But don’t worry! The Melatonin strengths in the topical medication that Strut provides is not enough to put you to sleep.

So, you’re not going to get drowsy from using a topical Melatonin on your scalp.

Melatonin does not impact hormones in your body, so it’s appropriate for both men and women. It’s considered a unisex treatment.

So, as I said before, check out the Strut Hair Booster, it contains Melatonin, Caffeine, Biotin, and Latanoprost as an addition to your current hair growth regimen.

And, don’t forget, check out my other videos and blogs below!

More Dr. Bauman Strut Hair Booster videos:

Dr. Alan Bauman: Review of Strut Hair Booster with Latanoprost (Video)

Dr. Alan Bauman: Talks Latanoprost for Scalp Hair Growth (Video)

Strut Health topical Hair Booster with Latanoprost and Melatonin

To learn more about our topical Melatonin formulations like our unisex Strut Hair Booster, simply check out the Strut Hair Booster product page.

If you are ready to get started, just add the Strut Hair Booster to your cart, complete a free questionnaire-based telemedicine consult in under 10 minutes, and check out.

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