Buy Minoxidil is a topical medication that is applied directly to the scalp as a foam or liquid. It is available in a variety of strengths and dosages and is recommended for both men and women. It is important to use the medication correctly in order to obtain the best results.
How it works
Minoxidil is available as a foam or liquid and is applied directly to the scalp where hair loss occurs. It can be used on both men and women. The product comes with specific instructions for use, and you should follow them carefully. Be sure not to touch the medication to any other areas of your
body, especially eyes or sensitive skin. Minoxidil may irritate these areas.
You should also wash your hands after using the medication. Keep in mind that can stain clothing, hats, and bed linens if it comes into contact with them. You can prevent this from happening by not washing your hair until at least four hours have passed since you applied the medication.
Minoxidil takes several months to begin working, so you should be patient and consistent in your use of the medication. If you do not see results after nine months, you should talk to your doctor. They may recommend a different treatment.
Minoxidil is an adenosine triphosphate-sensitive potassium channel opener that decreases peripheral vascular resistance by vasodilation of smooth muscle cells. It also promotes hair growth and increases the number of active follicles by stimulating dermal papillary cells to proliferate and by prolonging anagen phase (the time when new hairs grow).
This product contains minoxidil sulfate in a solution for topical application. It is formulated to be easily applied to the scalp. It is supplied with three special applicators: a metered-spray applicator for large scalp areas, an extender spray applicator for small scalp or hairline areas, and a rub-on applicator.
Do not use this product on irritated or sunburned skin. It is important to use this medication exactly as prescribed by your doctor. It may take several months and sometimes up to a year before you see results. Be patient and continue to apply the medication as directed. It is also important to keep your appointments with your doctor.
Minoxidil is a peripheral vasodilator that reduces blood pressure by decreasing the tension of the vascular smooth muscle cells. It is a prodrug and requires conversion to its active metabolite, sulfate, to exert its vasodilator action. Its antihypertensive activity is independent of its absorption from the scalp and is not affected by food.
- Consult a Healthcare Professional: Before starting any hair loss treatment, consult with a healthcare professional or dermatologist. They can assess your condition and recommend the appropriate treatment, including Minoxidil 10%.
- Understand Your Hair Loss Type: Different types of hair loss require different treatments. Determine whether your hair loss is hereditary (male/female pattern baldness) or caused by other factors, as this will influence your choice of treatment.
Several skin side effects are associated with the use of minoxidil, such as pruritus, dryness, flaking and scaling of the scalp or face, and irritant dermatitis. It also can cause low blood pressure and dizziness when getting up from a lying or sitting position, called postural hypotension.
It can also cause a thickening of the hairs in the treatment area, or hypertrichosis. This may be more likely if the product is used for longer than recommended or when it is applied to areas other than the scalp. This side effect is reversible. Other possible systemic side effects include a change in heart rate, tachycardia; a decrease in blood pressure, hypotension or hypertension; and alterations in EKG results (such as premature ventricular contraction, tachycardia or a new T wave inversion in lead V1). Other side effects are rarely reported.