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The Relationship between DHT and Acne and Male Pattern Baldness

Dihydrotestosterone (DHT) is one of the male sex hormones, or androgens, that is produced as a byproduct of testosterone in males and females. The connection between DHT and acne is the reason that Clearogen is so effective at clearing skin. DHT is synthesized in the adrenal glands, as well as in the testes, prostate, and hair follicles. When changes in the way DHT is metabolized take place, members of both sexes will often experience loss of hair. DHT plays a large role in male hair loss and is the root cause of acne in adults. The reason that Clearogen is a much more effective acne treatment than other products or medications on the market is that it addresses the DHT and stops the oil production that leads to the skin condition.
A sensitivity of the hair follicles to DHT is the cause of male pattern baldness. This results in a shrinking of the follicles, which causes the production of hair to end. The papilla of the hair follicle is what causes hair to grow. The cells in this area divide to create new follicles. The close proximity of the papilla to the capillaries that carry nutrients to the skin and numerous androgen receptors in the papilla creates a situation that allows DHT to prevent the absorption of the nutrients the hair follicles need. This situation gradually results in the miniaturization of the hair follicles.
The fact that nearly all cases of male pattern baldness are the direct result of DHT makes Clearogen a beneficial acne treatment that can also aid in hair loss. The natural ingredients in Clearogen reduce the amount of DHT produced, so that oil production is slowed, the effects of DHT on the hair follicles are diminished, and no systemic effects are experienced by the user. To learn more about the benefits of Clearogen, call 877-30-CLEAR.