Big 3 shampoo has been one of the most popular hair loss shampoo on the market. We are taking a close look at this product by examining its ingredients.
Shampoo as a treatmet for hair loss is appealing to many hair loss people because of the convenience. We need to wash our hair and use shampoo any way. So using a special shampoo to treatment our hair loss does not require any additional efforts. It does not mess up our hair either as we will need to rinse it out. The downside is that the contact of the product with the scalp is too short (usually 3 to 5 minutes), so it is difficult for the ingredients to be
A lot of users who switched from Minoxidil liquid to Minoxidil Foam noticed increased hair loss and had to switch back to liquid minoxidil.
People wonder why the liquid minoxidil works better than minoxidil foam.
This is particularly puzzling given that clinical studies have showed the foam has better success rate than liquid.
We all know that 5% minoxidil works better than 2% minoxidil. That is because the amount of minoxidil matters.
This is a looooong article about the world's NO.1 hair regrowth product Minoxidil . For regular customers, it will be more than enough to just read the first part: 30 frequently asked questions about minoxidil (Minoxidil FAQ). If you want to be an expert on Minoxidil, you can read the second part, which is our professional minoxidil review that covers topics (1) how minoxidil was discovered; (2) how minoxidil works to grow hair; (3) How different concentration of minoxidil affect the effectiveness; (4) minoxidil side effects, etc, and more.
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 that says minoxidil sulfate works better than minoxidil.
Here I explain why I do not recommend minoxidil sulfate.
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