Can women use minoxidil?

Answer On One Hand: Effective in Helping Hair LossAccording to Michael Reed, MD, professor of dermatology at the NYU School of Medicine, women can use minoxidil but says "the 2 percent solution is way too... Read More »

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Minoxidil Tips?

Minoxidil has been used by men and women to treat androgenic alopecia and male pattern baldness (MPB) since it won FDA approval in 1988. Most over-the-counter products are available in two percent ... Read More »

How to Apply Minoxidil Foam?

Minoxidil foam is a newer alternative to the original Minoxidil liquid hair loss treatment. The foam version of Minoxidil is less messy and easier to apply. Some studies indicate that it actually w... Read More »

The Effects of Propecia & Minoxidil?

Baldness is a condition that affects between 50 to 80 percent of men and 20 to 40 percent of women. The most common form is known as Androgentic Alopecia or pattern baldness. Pattern baldness occur... Read More »

About Minoxidil for Hair Growth?

Originally developed as an oral medication to lower blood pressure, minoxidil was converted to a topical treatment for baldness when case reports and, later, clinical studies revealed that the drug... Read More »