Wherever you are on your hair loss journey, minoxidil is here to help you take back control of your hair. …read moreSee less
This topical and highly effective ingredient works by improving blood flow to the scalp, resulting in thicker, healthier hair. Minoxidil is suitable for both men and women who are struggling with pattern baldness, so if your hair is in need of a growth spurt, shop our minoxidil range today with trusted brands like Regaine and Sons.
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What is Minoxidil?
Should I use minoxidil if my hair loss is caused by something that isn't hereditary?
You should not use minoxidil if your hair loss is anything other than hereditary.
This includes hair loss caused by medical treatments or an all over loss of body hair.
If you’re unsure what is causing your hair loss, speak to your doctor or pharmacist to see if this product is suitable for you.
How long does minoxidil take to work?
Minoxidil can begin to work as soon as 8 weeks after the start of treatment.
However, it can take up to 16 weeks before you see any results, and this can be different from person to person.
If you don’t see any improvements after 16 weeks to one year of use (depending on the strength of the treatment), you should stop using minoxidil and speak to your doctor or pharmacist for advice.
How does minoxidil work?
Minoxidil is an active ingredient in many treatments that work to fix hair loss.
It works by expanding the blood vessels and improving the blood flow to the area in which it’s applied.
It’s also thought to reverse the shrinkage of hair follicles and extend each follicle’s growth phase, resulting in thicker, healthier hair.