Hair loss tablets such as Propecia and Finasteride are available from our online doctor. Suffering hair loss can be a traumatic experience. While some embrace baldness, for others, it can be a confidence denting experience. At Simple Online Pharmacy, our UK online doctor service allows us to prescribe treatments that help stop and reverse hair loss, so you can regain your hair.

The main prescription hair loss is Propecia (also known as finasteride 1mg). You can buy Propecia after filling out an online assessment. No prescription is required, as our doctors will generate this once they have approved your assessment. Propecia is a proven treatment for hair loss in men suffering from male pattern baldness. Propecia is the brand name of the drug Finasteride (1mg), and has been shown to stop hair loss and regrow hair in 90% of men..

Hair Loss treatment options

Propecia
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  • 1mgx(4 Weeks) £49.99
  • 1mgx(8 Weeks) £89.99
  • 1mgx(12 Weeks) £132.99
  • 1mgx(24 Weeks) £235.99
Finasteride
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  • 1mgx(4 Weeks) £15.99
  • 1mgx(8 Weeks) £29.99
  • 1mgx(12 Weeks) £44.99
  • 1mgx(24 Weeks) £79.99

Treatment Comparison

Codeine Phosphate Co-codamol/ Kapake/ Solpadol/Zapain Co-dydramol Dihydrocodeine
Pack Sizes 28, 100, 200 tablets 100, 200 tablets 100, 200 tablets 28, 100 tablets
Strength 15mg + 30mg 30/500mg 10/500mg 30mg
Active Ingredient Codeine Paracetamol + Codeine Paracetamol + Dihydrocodeine Dihydrocodeine
Dosage 1 or 2 tablets per dose 1 or 2 tablets per dose 1 or 2 tablets per dose 1 tablet per dose

FAQ

There are some common myths about hair loss, some which have some basis in fact, and others which are just a little ridiculous! To clarify some of the common myths and misconceptions about hair loss, we have compiled a list of the ones we hear most often.

  1. Pluck One Grey Hair And Two Grow Back – This hair loss myth has floated around for the longest time. However, it is not true that if you pluck a grey hair, two will grow back!
  2. Standing On Your Head Makes Your Hair Grow  – We told you some are a little ridiculous! Despite this being  a commonly heard myth, we have confidence that you have never spent long periods on your head in the hope of some hair growth! The myth is routed in the false belief that blood flow to the head will help hair growth. However hair loss is not a blood flow problem, but generally linked to sensitivity to dihydrotestosterone.
  3. There’s No Cure For Baldness – From the incredibly optimistic, to the ultra pessimistic. While there is no “miracle cure” that is going to work for everyone, and bring back your hair to it’s most lush, there are certainly many successful treatments. Laser therapy and hair transplant have the highest success rate, although are on the expensive end of treatment. Drugs like Propecia is a successful treatment of hair loss, and other shampoos and lotions (such as Regaine) can also help stop or reverse hair growth in milder cases of hair loss.
  4. Hair gel and hairspray can cause hair loss – Nop! There is no evidence to suggest they can cause balding. Also in this category of myth, over shampooing, or washing do not cause hair loss either. However, the grain of truth in the myths are that over-mechanical utilisation of hair, can weaken it. So things like using curling irons, or constantly pulling at your hair, can lead to acceleration of existing hair loss.
  5. Hair loss is  from your mum’s side of the gene pool – While  the primary baldness gene is on the X chromosome (the one men inherit from their mothers), research suggests that men who have a bald father are more likely to develop male pattern baldness than those who don’t.
  6. Higher Testosterone Linked To Hair Loss – The inherited problem is a sensitivity to DHT (dihydrotestosterone). It is this that can cause hair loss in men and some women. However taking synthetic testosterone can accelerate hair loss in men.
  7. Hats Cause Baldness – Nop! They Don’t! So whether you wear a baseball cap, or a bowler hat, you can dig it out of the cupboard again.
  8. I Can Grow Back Dead Hair Follicles – Unfortunately not. Once they’re gone, they’re gone. Medication like Propecia, or laser therapy, can help hair follicles become thicker and healthier, but the only option for regrowth is a hair transplant.
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