What we are actually here to talk about is whether or not this particular medication is justified by its price in the United States rather than its effectiveness, and effectiveness that is clearly demonstrated and clearly visible in various clinical reviews, medical databases and medication websites across the world.
While there is no cure for baldness, and I have some things to say about the Finasteride price, this medication has been far more successful than others in reducing the advancing of male pattern hair loss and even, in some cases, encouraging some follicles to produce hair once again. As I said, there’s no cure for this. Short of invasive cosmetic surgery to implant hair and life follicles, there’s probably never going to be a medication before the nanotechnology era that can just stop and reverse hair loss.
This doesn’t mean you can’t slow it down, this doesn’t mean that you can encourage where you have to grow in thicker and more vibrant, and that’s where medication like this comes into play.
As for the Finasteride price, the price of all medications in the United States, be they over-the-counter or prescription, are abjectly ridiculous. I’m not going to get political here, and I really don’t need to, because pretty much all sides of the political fence would agree with me here. We just haven’t found a way to implement the kind of thing Canada or the EU has in a country this complicated yet. We’re working on it, and we are working on it with far greater priority in the wake of this pandemic for certain.
In the meantime, if you want to slow down your male pattern hair loss, you can get a far lower Finasteride price by shopping online with the Canadian pharmacy. Before I explain this, though, let me point something out. While wanting to improve your self-image is always a good idea, and for some people that includes the slowing or, somehow, reversing of hair loss, you should never let that define you. I have it on personal experience, in fact, the quite a few people find bald men rather attractive. But, if you want to slow down your hair loss, and maybe, maybe even undo some of the damage with a little extra help, order this medication online.
Medication in Canada isn’t free, it is subsidized by taxes. Many would agree that this is a better way than the out-of-pocket expenses we have here, and it is probably going to be the final result when we figure out our own health care system over the next decade. For now, though, since you don’t live in Canada and therefore don’t pay taxes there, you can get those artificially low shelf prices for real, of course with a few customs and shipping fees layered on top.
This is completely legal, as long as it is an FDA approved drug that you have a prescription for or doesn’t require a prescription, you can shop with any country with which we have a trade agreement, and our neighbor to the north very much qualifies as such!