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A standard dose of 50mg applied all over your scalp in areas prone to male pattern baldness once per day should suffice, but if you are not seeing significant hair loss reduction with this dose, you can simply opt to increase it and it should start working for you.

Regarding storage, mixed RU58841 solutions should be stored in a fridge, and RU58841 raw powder should be stored in a freezer to have the efficacy last for as long as possible.

Exposing RU58841 to light or higher temperatures will cause degradation of the compound.

Within a couple weeks of using RU58841, I went from 50 hairs every shower being lost, to 1-5 hairs MAX being lost.

It was pretty amazing to say the least, and within a few weeks I started noticing density coming back to my previously diffuse thinning scalp.

Testosterone converts to DHT in the body, and as men have a much greater amount of testosterone in their body than women, it consequently (and inevitably) leads to extreme hair loss in those who are prone to male pattern baldness.

Literally almost every single case of hair loss is caused by DHT; there is less than a 1/100 chance your hair loss is caused by something else.

I haven’t noticed much (if any) of a difference, but the way I mentioned IS the optimal way to apply it to maximize results.

RU58841 is a bit watery so it is best to apply within and behind your hairline.

Even for anabolic steroid users, the reason you are suddenly going bald so much faster is because you are introducing an excess amount of exogenous hormones that convert directly to DHT into your body, expediting your hair loss an insane amount.

So, the only way to combat hair loss, is to directly combat DHT.

While many people have no idea how much hair they are losing until they notice that their hair is receding or looks thinner, I suggest you start keeping an eye on your hair catcher in the shower drain (if you don’t have one it might be wise to get one to gauge your hair loss intensity).

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