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How can hair loss medication help?

It blocks the conversion of testosterone into DHT (which shrinks hair follicles, leading to hair loss), promoting hair regrowth and preventing the spread of receding hairlines.

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That’s why we’ve tapped into the aesthetics expertise of our medical advisory board to identify the best hair loss treatments for you.

Dr David Loh

President of The Society of Aesthetic Medicine (Singapore)

Treatments backed by science, not taste buds

Hair loss treatments aren’t a recipe for fried chicken. Those 17 herbs and spices won’t regrow your locks. Your prescription medication and a good hair care routine will though.

All-in approach

SuperGrow Trio

Best for overall hair loss.
  • DHT-blocking shampoo that
  • Promotes hair volume & moisture lock-in
  • Improve your daily routine for hair regrowth
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Better results, more work

Daily Medication & Topical

Best for receding hairlines and bald spots.
  • Doctor recommended, clinically proven treatments
  • Reduces DHT levels, increasing blood flow in scalp
  • Replace old hairs with new thicker hairs
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Low effort routine

Daily Medication

Best suited for receding hairlines.
  • Simple daily pill
  • Prevents hair loss, aids regrowth
  • Doctor recommended prescription treatment
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Hair Loss 101 - you don’t have to spend thousands of dollars to stop hair loss.

Less than $1.5/day

Add this pill to your daily routine for healthier, thicker hair.

Consistency is key

Being a DHT-blocker, regular use will help slow down hair loss.

Convenience at no cost

Your prescription arrives in a non-descript package within 4 hours.

Hair loss treatments that cut the crap, not your hair.

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  2. Consult with a licensed doctor
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Frequently Asked Questions

Are these treatments right for female pattern hair loss?

No, the hair loss treatments used for men may not be suitable for women or female pattern hair loss. Pregnant women especially must avoid finasteride as it can present serious risks to a foetus. However, topical minoxidil can also be used both by women and men for hair loss.

Hair loss medication or hair restoration treatment—which is better?

Hair restoration treatment and hair loss medication each have pros and cons. In Singapore, common hair restoration treatments such as hair transplantation cost thousands of dollars, are time consuming  and involve a few weeks of recovery. While they may be effective in returning hair to your head, hair restoration treatment may not be a viable option for everyone.


By contrast, hair loss medication is a more affordable treatment option and generally takes up less of your time, but may not provide you with the permanency or long-term solution that is a hair transplant. Consult your doctor to help you assess which is the best hair loss treatment option for you.

How does the process of hair growth work?

Hair growth occurs in a four-stage process, which includes the new hair growth and old hair shedding. The four stages are: anagen phase, catagen phase, telogen phase and exogen phase. Anagen phase is where new hair grows under the skin, which can take many years. During the catagen phase, a hair follicle regresses and detaches from the skin with an old hair. The telogen phase involves new hair growing underneath the hair follicles that were detached in the catagen phase. Lastly, the exogen phase is where old and detached hair drops to allow a new hair shaft to come out.


Hair thinning and loss occurs when inadequate new hairs grow to replace old hairs that fall out.

Can hairstyles like man buns cause hair loss?

Yes! These hairstyles that involve the constant pulling on your hair can result in traction alopecia, a permanent hair loss condition. So if you are concerned about hair loss, you may want to avoid these kinds of hairstyles which put consistent pressure on your hair. Consider making a change in your hairstyle to prevent permanent hair loss if you have it tightly pulled back often.

What is the drug used to treat hair loss?

Finasteride (generic for Propecia®️) is the oral medication prescribed for the treatment of male pattern hair loss in Singapore. Finasteride requires a prescription from a medical doctor. Alongside Finasteride, is topical medication minoxidil, used to stimulate the regrowth of hair. Minoxidil is available over-the-counter. 


Do note that with any hair loss, it is advisable to consult a doctor before starting any course of treatment to make sure that hair loss is being treated by treating the correct root cause. Men can also experience hair loss due to vitamin deficiency, mental health disorders or even stress.

Is there a cure for hair loss?

There is no cure for hair loss, however there are medications that have been scientifically proven to be effective and treatments for hair restoration. Beware of any company claiming to be able to cure your hair loss, as there is no complete hair loss cure. The existing proven hair loss treatments that are prescribed at Noah may help you to reverse balding or decrease the rate of hair loss.

What are the side effects of hair loss medication Finasteride?

All medications have potential side effects however you may or may not experience them. The common side effects of Finasteride can include rash, breast pain, pain in the testicles or new problems with sexual desire, ejaculation or erection. Consult a medical provider if any of these side effects are serious, don’t go away or bother you. If you experience hives or trouble breathing (which can be symptoms of an allergic reaction), seek immediate medical attention.

What can help with hair loss?

Oral Finasteride (generic for Propecia®️)  and topical minoxidil are two medications licensed by Health Sciences Authority (HSA) for the treatment of male pattern hair loss due to their scientifically proven effectiveness. A prescription is required in order to get oral tablets of Finasteride, but topical Minoxidil does not and can be bought over-the-counter. Finasteride is an oral medication taken daily which blocks the hormones that stop hair growth from happening, eventually stimulating hair growth and preventing additional balding. Minoxidil works best for cases of new or mild to moderate hair loss as it effectively stimulates hair regrowth. For men who notice symptoms of thinning hair, minoxidil works to help restore hair density.


In addition, some evidence has shown that DHT blocking shampoo (with active ingredient Ketoconazole), which is a treatment commonly used for antifungal purposes, may also help with hair growth and reduce hair loss by blocking the hormone contributing to male pattern hair loss. Shampoo containing ketoconazole can be purchased without a prescription.


Do note that with any hair loss, it is advisable to consult a doctor before starting any course of treatment to make sure that hair loss is being treated by treating the correct root cause. Men can also experience hair loss due to vitamin deficiency, mental health disorders or even stress.

What type of hair loss do I have?

Men who have a receding hairline or hair loss that gets worse with age, may be experiencing male pattern baldness. Male pattern baldness is permanent and unfortunately does not have a cure, but with treatment, may be able to slow down the hair loss and even regrow hair.

However, men who experience balding all of a sudden with no apparent cause should seek immediate medical help to determine the reason. Sudden hair loss may be because of medical conditions, like alopecia areata, vitamin deficiency or arising as a side effect of a medication you’re taking. These types of hair loss are usually not permanent and can be treated.

What are the causes of hair loss?

Typically, hair loss happens due to three main reasons. Genes, medical conditions, or hormonal changes. Hereditary hair loss, also known as male pattern baldness (or androgenetic alopecia if you’re technical), is the most commonly experienced form of hair loss, and usually occurs or worsens as you get older. The first signs of male pattern hair loss can be a bald spot or receding hairline.


Hair loss can also be a result of other medical conditions, such as alopecia areata, trichotillomania and telogen effluvium. Alopecia areata is an autoimmune disorder where the body’s immune system attacks its own hair follicles. This may only be temporary but may require treatment if the hair does not grow back. Trichotillomania is a mental health disorder involving compulsive hair-pulling that requires mental health treatment. Telogen effluvium can occur because of stress, traumatic events or severe illness. Usually hair will grow back after you find relief from these stressors.


Hair loss treatments include medication, therapy or a mix of both, but finding out what is causing your hair loss is the first step. If you are experiencing hair loss, speak to a doctor through the Noah platform to get treatment. 


For more detail into the causes of hair loss, read our post about it here