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All about Rogaine hair loss treatment


Minoxidil (commercial names are Rogaine® and Regaine®) was the first drug approved by the FDA for the treatment of androgenetic alopecia (hair loss). Efficacy of Rogaine hair regrowth treatment was proven by numerous clinical studies. Today, there are only two medicine approved by FDA for hair loss treatment: Propecia and Rogaine. Hair regrowth  can be stimulated by numerous medicines.

However, Rogaine hair regrowth is the most extensively studied amongst them, and found to be safe and effective. You can find more information about Rogaine by clicking:

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Does Rogaine work ?

In a single word, yes. Rogaine works as a hair loss treatment. Otherwise, the FDA would not approve it. FDA is a tough authority, and never approves a medication, unless there are some high quality scientific proof showing usage of that drug is safe and results are good.

        Yes, Rogaine works. However, this does NOT mean it regrows hair in ALL of people, it restores ALL of your hair, the quality of the new hair just like the your normal ones, it works for ALL types of baldness, and it works forever. Rogaine GENERALLY regrows hair in most of men and women. In some cases, it yields miraculous results, and restores almost all of your hairs, and they are really thick. In some case, it results in a thin coverage of thin hair. In some case, of course, the result is far from satisfying. Rogaine hair regrowth treatment's success may depend on how advanced your hair loss has become. So, the more severe hair loss problem, the less the results are satisfying. One of the real benefits of Rogaine (minoxidil) is keeping what hair you have or slowing your thinning. So, it is especially good at preventing hair loss. So, when you detect a hair loss problem, you should take action as soon as possible. Rogaine hair regrowth treatment is especially effective in maintaining or growing hair in the crown area (the top back of the head). It is not effective in the frontal hairline areas.

       Rogaine works for both men and women. Some people say it is also more effective in women than in men.

      About effectivity of Rogaine, and how does rogaine work, you can find more information by clicking: Does Rogaine Work?


How to use Rogaine ?

The effectiveness and its best usage method of Rogaine are debatable issues, and you can find very different opinions on the net. Rogaine is available in several forms, and the topical solution form is used to treat hair loss. Topical form can be found as lotion and foam. Lotion form of Rogaine is a clear alcohol-based solution and should be applied to a person’s thinning area with its supplied dropper or spray twice a day.The solution is approved and available in two strengths: Regular (2%) and Extra Strength (5%). Individual users of regular strength Rogaine have claimed success rates of 30-40%. Meanwhile, users of Extra Strength Rogaine have claimed success rates of 50-60%. Rogaine foam also is used in the same manner.

      You can find more information about how and how long to use Rogaine hair regrowth treatment by clicking Rogaine use.


Rogaine side effects

There may be some minor side effects with Rogaine. Some users do experience certain problems such as scalp irritation, itching, and dandruff. However, this can be treated with a good shampoo. Some user reported an increase in hair shedding at the start of the treatment. It is just temporary, and treatment should not be stopped. Indeed, this may actually be a signal that the treatment is working.                 Due to the medication’s alcohol content, some users may develop a contact rash or irritated skin. In addition, with excessive doses, some users may experience dizziness or a rapid heartbeat. However, with normal use these effects are uncommon. A minority of  Rogaine users experience “hypertrichosis” problem. This is hair growth on the face or other bodily areas. This side effect appears in about 3-5 % of women who use the 2% solution, and higher among women using the 5% solution. In this case, the treatment should be stopped. You can find more  information about Rogaine side effects by clicking Rogaine Review.



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