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Generic means using a different name for the same ingredients. The contents of the pills are absolutely the same in our generic version and the branded original.
Why are our products so inexpensive?
There are a number of reasons for that. We do not spend large sums of money on marketing, there are no taxes to be paid as the product come into the country unregistered, the manufacturer is located in an offshore zone and the production costs are much lower. Child labor is never used.
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Men of all ages (and often women too!) can fall victim to male pattern hair loss. Even though there are few health risks involved, many people are dealt a serious psychological blow when they find out they are slowly losing their hair. In some cases this could even lead to a loss of self-esteem or fear of being seen in public. Minoxidil is a recent but revolutionary development in the area of hair loss treatments. Because of its favorable safety profile and proven effectiveness, this amazing lotion is the only topical product to be officially approved as a hair loss treatment. And better yet, there are no pills or potions involved. Just apply the lotion as you would any other hair care product – nothing could be easier! Why not try Minoxidil today? You only have something to gain!
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Stimulates hair regrowth and slows down the progression of hair loss
Only topical product approved by the FDA as treatment against MPB
Excellent safety profile and few potential negative interactions
Topical solution that offers convenience and ease of use
Only hair loss product approved for use by women
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How to Use
Before applying Minoxidil, make sure you your scalp is clean and dry. This lotion may be applied to damp hair. Apply twenty drops to the scalp or use 1ml of lotion with the applicator. Then, gently and evenly rub the medication into your scalp. The lotion should be applied twice a day, but make sure to leave enough time for the hair to dry in between application and the use of other hair care products or before bedtime. Follow the instructions of your doctor exactly, even if they differ from the usually recommended dosage.
To avoid irritation, it is advised not to use Minoxidil on days when you are having your hair colored or otherwise chemically treated.
Do not use Minoxidil on any other parts of the body than the head or on cut, bruised, red or otherwise irritated skin. Keep this medication away from your eyes. If the lotion accidentally comes into contact with your eyes, you should rinse them immediately with large amounts of cold water.
Be careful not to use more of this product than necessary or advised by your doctor. Using too much of this product or using it on irritated skin could cause the lotion to be absorbed by the skin, which could ultimately lead to dangerous side effects.
Do not swallow Minoxidil. Potential overdose symptoms or side effects after swallowing this medication include:
If you think you have accidentally swallowed or used too much of this medication, you should contact your local poison control center or the emergency medical services immediately.
If you miss a dose of Minoxidil, skip the missed dose and continue with your regular schedule. Do not double up on this medication to make up for a missed dose.
Minoxidil is available in two different strengths, 2% and 5%. The 2% solution can be used by both men and women suffering from hair loss. The 5% solution should only be used by men treating MPB. This medication should only be used by individuals of 18 years or over.
While using Minoxidil you may be asked by your doctor to attend regular laboratory or medical tests to chart your progress and check for potential side effects. Make sure you do not miss any of these appointments.
Do not share this medication with others as they may have a condition that is not adequately treated with Minoxidil.
Store Minoxidil at 68-77 degrees F (20-25 degrees C) and away from light, heat and moisture. Once finished, dispose of the medication in keeping with environmental standards. KEEP THIS AND ALL OTHER MEDICATION OUT OF REACH OF CHILDREN.
The above information is intended to supplement, not substitute for, the expertise and judgment of your physician, pharmacist or other healthcare professional. It should not be construed that the taking of this medication is safe, appropriate or effective for you.
* Illustrations are for graphic purposes only and the ordered medication may differ in appearance.
Before taking Minoxidil, inform your doctor of any relevant medical history, including:
Diseases of the scalp (e.g. eczema, infection, cuts)
If you suffer or ever have suffered from any of the above conditions, you may not be able to use Minoxidil or you may need a dosage adjustment.
Minoxidil is classified as Pregnancy Category C by the FDA, which means it is not known whether this medication could be harmful to an unborn baby. If you are currently pregnant or planning to become pregnant in the near future, you should discuss all potential risks and benefits with your doctor before using this lotion.
Minoxidil is excreted into breast milk. It is therefore advised not to use this medication while you are breastfeeding.
Before using Minoxidil, you need to tell your doctor about all other medications you are currently using, including:
Medicines for high blood pressure (e.g. guanethidine)
Other skin products used on the scalp
Medications that interact with alcohol (e.g. disulfiram, metronidazole)
This is only a partial list and other medications may negatively interact with Minoxidil. Inform your doctor of all other prescription and non-prescription medications you are currently using, including vitamins, minerals, dietary supplements, herbal pills and medicines prescribed by other doctors. Do not start or stop using any medication without discussing this with your doctor first.
Common potential side effects of Minoxidil include:
The above side effects are usually mild and should only last temporarily. Notify your doctor as soon as possible if any of these effects persist or worsen.
In rare cases, Minoxidil may be absorbed by the skin, which could lead to any of the following unlikely but serious side effects:
Unwanted facial or body hair,
Fast or irregular heartbeat
Swelling of hands or feet
Unusual weight gain
Rarely, you may experience a severe allergic reaction to this medication. Seek urgent medical attention if you develop any of the following symptoms:
Itching or swelling (especially of the face, tongue or throat)
This is only a partial list and other side effects may occur. Let your doctor know as soon as possible if you experience any side effects other than the ones mentioned above, especially if they are bothersome.
How does Minoxidil work?
It is not yet fully understood how Minoxidil works, however it is thought to have something to do with the potassium channels. Potassium channels are proteins found in every living organism. They are responsible for opening pores and lots of additional cell functions. By opening the potassium channels present in the hair follicles, this medication stimulates hair regrowth.
What are the advantages of Minoxidil compared to other hair loss medications, like Finasteride?
As a topical medication, Minoxidil is applied locally and should therefore only affect the treated area. As a result, this lotion has a much better safety profile, with less potential side effects than oral hair loss medications. In addition, this medication is very easy to use and more convenient than taking pills.
Is Minoxidil safe to use?
Minoxidil is one of only a few officially approved hair loss medications and it is the only topical hair loss product approved by the FDA. In addition, tests have shown this lotion has an excellent safety profile, with few potential side effects and negative interactions. For all the aforementioned reasons, this medication can be considered 100% safe to use.
How long does it take for Minoxidil to start working?
It may take up to 4 months of regularly using Minoxidil before you notice a definite improvement. The medication must be used on a continuous basis to maintain these results. If you do not see any improvement after 4-6 months of using this product, you should talk to your doctor.
What is the recommended dosage of Minoxidil?
The recommended dosage of Minoxidil for the treatment of Male Pattern Hair Loss is 1ml, rubbed into the affected area twice a day. The maximum daily dosage is 2ml.
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