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Topical solution that increases blood flow and oxygen in vessels, which reactivates and revitalises shrunken hair follicles. Apply 1 ml (10 pumps) directly onto the scalp twice daily. Make sure that the scalp is dry before applying.
Minoxidil solution increases blood flow and oxygen in vessels which reactivates and revitalises shrunken hair follicles.
Men with mild hair loss that are experiencing the early signs of a receding hairline and hair loss in the crown area. If you are a 2 on the Norwood Scale, this is the plan for you.
Minoxidil increases blood flow to your scalp which helps to revitalise hair follicles that have been shrunken by DHT.
DHT is a by-product of the male hormone testosterone - if you have a sensitivity to this hormone, it attaches to your hair follicles and causes the follicles to miniaturise and eventually die off.
Simply apply 1ml of the Minoxidil solution to the areas of the scalp where you are noticing hair recession and/or thinning - usually areas around the temples and crown. This process should be done twice a day (once in the morning and once at night). It’s important to make sure that the scalp is dry (or at least towel-dry) before applying.
Each monthly package contains:
Whilst Minoxidil begins working immediately, results take around 3 months to become visible and a further 9 months to reach their peak.
It’s important to note that some men will experience initial shedding when they first start using this solution, and whilst this can be concerning, this is actually a sign that the medication is working. Minoxidil improves blood flow to the scalp which can trigger your old hair to shed, but this should be replaced with stronger, healthier hair after 9-12 months of consistent use.
You should use this treatment if you want a scientifically-backed solution to treat mild to moderate hair loss. Minoxidil is one of only two medications that is approved by the FDA as being effective at treating male pattern hair loss.
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.
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 Yellowcard. For more information please refer to the patient information leaflet.
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It takes some time for changes to become visible. Some men will shed more fine hairs than normal, but this is only temporary.
Hair loss may have considerably slowed or stopped completely. Some people see signs of regrowth, primarily at the crown of the head.
As the medication continues to work, miniaturised hairs will be replaced by thicker healthier hairs which leads to a gradual improvement in hair density over time .
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