Accutane is a brand name for the prescription medication isotretinoin, which is also available under a variety of generic names. The drug is a synthesized form of Vitamin A, and it treats severe acne by inhibiting the body's production of sebum, or oil. Accutane can cause a wide array of side effects, including dry skin, eye irritation and nosebleeds, in addition to hair loss. If you do experience hair loss while taking Accutane, it will probably stop shortly after you stop taking the drug, although the texture of your hair may be permanently changed.  Unfortunately, there's nothing you can do to entirely prevent hair loss while you are taking this medication, but taking good care of your body and of your hair might help.
Multiple vitamins, including biotin, have been promoted for hair growth, but solid scientific studies for many of these claims are lacking. While taking biotin and other supplements marketed for hair, skin, and nails probably won't worsen anything, it may also not necessarily help the situation. Therefore, advertised hair-regrowth supplements should be approached with mild caution. There is only anecdotal evidence that oral or topical application garlic , onion juice, saw palmetto, coconut oil, evening primrose oil , apple cider vinegar, creatine, and pumpkin seed oil are of benefit for hair loss.
To conclude this Har Vokse review, we really need to say that if you do have a problem with your hair getting thinner or vanishing, then this really is a product that you should consider buying. The product contains natural ingredients and it has been subjected to a number of tests to make sure it is safe to use and in order to get the best results you are advised to use both the spray and the supplements so you end up with a full head of hair. There are no side effects and no real concerns about using the product and in just a couple of months you can enjoy looking in the mirror and seeing those thin patches vanishing before your very eyes.