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2018

Aug/1

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basic care minoxidil

Basica Care® Minoxidil is another generic Rogaine® Minoxidil liquid, just like Kirkland Minoxidil.

For those who are not familar with this new brand, you may be surprised because Basic Care

Minoxidil sulfate

Why is Minoxidil Sulfate a Bad Idea?
Very often I receive questions asking why I do not recommend minoxidil sulfate in a hair regrowth product.

Perhaps they've read somewhere minoxidil sulfate works better than minoxidil.

Here I explain why I do not recommend minoxidil sulfate.

The structure of real minoxidil sulfate is shown in the Figure below. It is the active metabolite that stimulates hair follicles.

minoxidil for women

 

Hair loss is a common problem among all the genders. Men, however do not pay heed to it as many women do, because baldness in females is less appreciated and not a ritualistic practice. Over the years, man has perfected ways to overcome the baldness and hair loss factor in man. Minoxidil topical solution, finasteride, and hair transplant. have been practiced throughout the world and have shown significantly fruitful results as well.

 

2015

Aug/31

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minoxidil shedding

Shedding, Shedding, Shedding! What should I do ?

There are two big mistakes people usually make when using minoxidil hair loss products.

One is that people stop using minoxidil too soon.

A lot of people think minoxidil products does not work for them as they do not see any difference after using it for 1 or 2 months.

The fact is that it typically takes 2 to 4

2016

Jun/30

2

stemoxydine review

 

 

There are numerous products on the market intended for hair loss treatment. Many of them have completely different key ingredients. This makes it difficult to choose the right products.  We very often received questions from our customers asking our thoughts on Stemoxydine and Aminexil. Here we are going to briefly examine these two ingredients in comparison with the gold standard Minoxidil.

 

Structure Comparison:

The structures of these three chemicals are shown in the main image of this blog (see