Archive for the ‘MINOXIDIL’ Category
Posted by Admin, on September 17th, 2009, under MINOXIDIL, PROPECIA, RSS
Are you one of millions of people battling some type of hair loss? More than half of males experience some degree of male pattern baldness by age 50, but even women and children can experience unwanted hair loss. There are more options than ever before to treat hair loss — such as herbal treatments, scalp [...] - More on What Propecia and Rogaine have to offer
Posted by Gary Heron, on June 3rd, 2009, under HAIR LOSS PRODUCTS AND TREATMENTS, MINOXIDIL, RSS
You may think that at the age of 28 it is unusual to have thinning hair. This is not true. There are as many women with hair thinning problems as men, but women very rarely go bald like men. In fact it is a surprise to know, that hair loss in very young women is rampant. By [...] - More on I’m 28, female and suffer from thinning hair. I’m on Minoxidil, but are there any other alternatives? I hate the idea of putting this on my scalp for the rest of my life.
Posted by Gary Heron, on April 10th, 2008, under MINOXIDIL, RSS
QUESTION: Does topical minoxidil work for women? ANSWER: Yes, topical minoxidil potentially can help women who have a certain type of hair loss called androgenic alopecia, the type of hair loss that occurs with aging. Minoxidil is thought to stimulate hair growth by increasing the blood supply that nourishes the hair follicles. It may take four [...] - More on TOPICAL MINOXIDIL IS NOT JUST FOR MEN – IT WORKS FOR WOMEN
Posted by Gary Heron, on January 7th, 2008, under MALE HAIR LOSS, MINOXIDIL, TRICHOTALK, RSS
BERLIN — First the forehead gets higher, then a spot at the back of the head clears — hair loss is for many men the worst thing they could possibly suffer as they get older. While balding men used to place their hopes in all kinds of remedies or attempt to conceal the areas with [...] - More on Medicines offer hope for regrowth of hair: By Aliki Nassoufis.
Posted by Gary Heron, on October 26th, 2007, under MINOXIDIL, RSS
There are two forms of topical minoxidil available over the counter today: two percent and five percent. It is generally felt that the five percent solution is more effective in preserving existing hair and stimulating new growth. The five percent solution is not recommended for use in women because of possible increased hair growth on [...] - More on Are High-Strength Minoxidil Formulas better than Lower-Strength Ones and is there a natural equivalent?