You could try the following.
Apply and leave in 5 10 minutes before washing your hair.
Topical progesterone is quite effective at inhibiting formation of DHT in the scalp. Anyways, people with most success used the spacing system when taking these supps and thats when it worked best since then one suplement canot interfere with another as can happen when they are taken in one gulp. That said, realize many ppl here know this -just in the event, tho, time spacing between differen supps reccommended -I repeat this. I know that the sitosterol had to be taken separately, at least 60 minutes after the saw palmetto. That is interesting. I researched this before deciding on using saw palmetto and That’s a fact, it’s said it can be used to I’d say if you test this way, in women with AGA, estrogen levels can also be low. Large dosages of B vitamins and vitamin D in addition were also recommended. Flaxseed and identical oils said to be good for airgrowth were recommended as the combination factors. Nevertheless, taking a strong multivitamin at least a few hours later was also recommended.
In order for it to be effective Actually I am just starting a regimen of saw palmetto and plant steroles -I’m not native English but Polish and look, there’s huge a forum in my country dedicated to female AGA in which many people had lots of success in stopping hairloss plus regrowing their hair using a combo of saw palmetto and betasitosterol.
To be honest I will link it in my next post as long as i find it again -it is said that saw palmetto isn’t only good in regulating ‘estrogen androgen’ balance, furthermore helps with thyroid, aLSO -and this was a English language source.
AFAIK, Saw palmetto doesn’t block the conversion, it binds to the androgen receptor.
Keep in mind also that phytosterols have a statin like effect aftereffects.
Though there’re some undesirable effects in men. Years ago, I tried it and it does work. It’s the phytosterols inside the saw palmetto you’re after. You can buy a phytosterol supplement in much larger doses than you should be able to get from saw palmetto. That’s interesting, maybe Im wrong. On second though, if I were a woman in your position, I’m pretty sure I might consider spironolactone instead of finasteride.
By the way, the main reason I took phytosterols was the dificulty of obtaining finasteride cheaply, and my possibly mistaken assumption that it binds to the receptor rather than blocking conversion.