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Our Prescription Hair Loss Treatments
Clinically Proven Ingredients
Our prescription treatments only use ingredients that have been clinically proven to be effective.
Designed to Maximize Delivery and Safety
XYON's patented gel has been developed to slowly deliver hair loss medication throughout the day, directly to the scalp.Learn More About SiloxysSystem™
Is Prescription Medication Right for Me?
Identify your hair loss pattern and find the right XYON prescription solution for you.
Thinning at the crown
DHT shortens the active growth phase, leading to visible thinning without treatment.
Genetics and aging can cause a receding hairline, addressable with our treatment.
Thinning all over
Age-related hair thinning can be slowed, with treatment reactivating dormant follicles.
Hair loss prevention
Proactively treat male pattern baldness to get ahead of hair loss and maintain hair density.
How to Get Started
Provide some basic health history information for review by our expert physicians.
Receive a personalized treatment recommendation for your specific hair loss needs.
Your selected treatment arrives discreetly at your doorstep at no extra cost.
Not ready for an ℞ treatment?
Our Shampoo and Conditioner
Part of an effective regimen for combating hair loss in men. Our dermatologist-crafted formulas blend powerful natural ingredients, including saw palmetto and clover flower extracts, to help target DHT, the hormone responsible for male pattern baldness.
Frequently Asked Questions
Learn about the various types of hair loss, what causes hair loss and how you can get help with your thinning hair.
What are the best hair loss treatments?
The best hair loss treatments that are backed by clinical research and data are finasteride, dutasteride and minoxidil. These treatments have shown positive results in stimulating hair growth and preventing further hair loss.
If you aren't ready for a prescription or pharmaceutical treatment option, there are non-prescription options like shampoos and conditioners. XYON's in-house line of hair care products are specially formulated with plant-based DHT-blocking ingredients that can help create a healthy scalp environment for optimized hair growth.
Is there a cure for hair loss?
While no definitive cure for hair loss exists, there are effective treatments that exist that can help prolong the health and vitality of your hair. Using medications such as finasteride, dutasteride and minoxidil can help target the biological and environmental triggers for hair loss. Some people might also be interested in hair transplant surgery, which is a more invasive approach to treating thinning hair, but can have dramatic results.
Do hair loss treatments have side effects?
No medication or hair loss treatment is completely risk-free. But the type and frequency of side effects depends on the specific treatment and treatment format.
As an example, finasteride, a popular FDA-approved medication for hair loss, has been associated with side effects like sexual dysfunction, decreased libido, decreased ejaculatory volume and mood disorders. These side effects are similar to those reported with dutasteride use and in both cases, are potentially minimized with topical formulations.
Not everyone experiences side effects with hair loss treatment. In some cases, if patients do experience side effects, they resolve with continued use of the treatment or once the medication is stopped. If you're ever unsure about your treatment, we recommend contacting your prescribing doctor.
What types of hair loss are there?
There are more types of hair loss than you think. Male pattern hair loss (androgenetic alopecia) is one of the most common, followed by female pattern hair loss. These forms of hair loss tend to either be diffuse (affect the entire scalp) or are localized to specific regions of the scalp, like the hairline or crown of the head.
It's also possible to have patchy hair loss (alopecia areata is one possible cause) and hair loss driven by a medical condition such as hypothyroidism (low thyroid hormone levels) or other metabolic disorders that affect how the body uses nutrients or produces the building blocks of hair (e.g. collagen, keratin).
If this is the first time you're seeking help with hair loss, it's important to consult with a healthcare professional to correctly identify the type of hair loss you're experiencing and review your treatment options.
What medical conditions can cause hair loss?
There are many medical conditions that can contribute to hair loss. Thyroid disorders, hormonal imbalances, autoimmune diseases, nutritional deficiencies and even taking certain medications are just a few examples of potential triggers for hair loss.
Because there are many potential causes, it's important to consult with a healthcare professional to determine if an underlying medical condition is causing your hair loss and explore relevant treatment options.