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Minoxidil 5% cutaneous solution

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Topical solution Minoxidil

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What is it?

Minoxidil is a topical solution that increases blood flow and oxygen in vessels which reactivates and revitalises shrunken hair follicles. 

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  • Minoxidil increases blood flow and oxygen to the vessels which reactivates and revitalises shrunken hair follicles. This helps to increase the size and density of the hair follicle.

  • Minoxidil 5% cutaneous solution is a medicine for topical application to the scalp that stimulates hair growth in men aged 18-65 years with male-pattern hair loss (androgetic alopecia) when applied to the skin. For more information please refer to the patient information leaflet.

  • Clinical data has demonstrated that Minoxidil is safe and effective when used as a hair regrowth product of the vertex in the treatment of hair loss. Sons recommendation to use 5% Minoxidil is based on clinical data. A 48 week study  by Olsen et al highlighted that 5% topical minoxidil was significantly superior to 2% topical minoxidil. Additionally, data from a patient questionnaire  showed improvements on quality of life, hair growth, and hair styling.

  • Our Minoxidil also contains 96% Propylene glycol and Purified Water. For more information please refer to the patient information leaflet.

  • You should see improvements such as reduced hair loss or hair regrowth after 3-6 months. Optimal clinical improvements appear after one to two years of consistent treatment.

  • Clinical evidence shows that Minoxidil is an effective treatment alone but in combination with Finasteride is when optimal results are observed 

  • There is nothing to worry about but in order to get best results you should continue take as per your instructions.

  • Apply 1 ml of the cutaneous solutions directly onto the scalp up to twice daily (once in the morning and once at night), using the pump provided. Make sure that the scalp is dry or towel-dry before applying.

  • There are limited side effects with minoxidil but some patients may experience mild scalp irritation. If you experience any side effects you should stop taking the medication. A complete list of side effects can be found in the  Patient Information Leaflet (PIL) enclosed with your medication, which you should always read before taking it for the first time. Please report any adverse events to For more information please refer to the patient information leaflet.

  • No but we do recommend that all patients take photos of their hair prior to start treatment and at key timepoints such as 3, 6, 12, 18 and 24 months so you can track your progress.

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