Men's Rogaine 5% Minoxidil Foam for Hair Loss and Hair Regrowth, Topical Treatment for Thinning Hair, 3-Month Supply,2.11 Ounce (Pack of 3) - SoppiGO
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Men’s Rogaine 5% Minoxidil Foam for Hair Loss and Hair Regrowth, Topical Treatment for Thinning Hair, 3-Month Supply,2.11 Ounce (Pack of 3)



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  • 3-month supply of Men’s Rogaine 5% Minoxidil Foam hair growth treatment to help treat hair loss, maintain hair density and allow for the regrowth of fuller hair
  • Formulated with 5% Minoxidil, our fast-working hair regrowth treatment works to boost hair follicle activity and hair protein production and is clinically proven to regrow up to 25% more hair
  • Men’s hair growth treatment also contains botanical extracts and emollient to help maintain a healthy, conditioned scalp, plus alphahydroxy acid (AHA) to promote natural skin exfoliation to help keep follicles open
  • From the #1 dermatologist-recommended brand, this anti-hair loss foam is ideal for use at the early stages of hair thinning and features Tricho-Prime Technology that works on contact to create a healthy hair regrowth environment
  • Men’s hair growth treatment delivers clinically visible results in as little as 12 weeks and comes in an easy-to-apply foam, specially designed to fit into your daily routine

3 reviews for Men’s Rogaine 5% Minoxidil Foam for Hair Loss and Hair Regrowth, Topical Treatment for Thinning Hair, 3-Month Supply,2.11 Ounce (Pack of 3)

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  1. AB85

    My hair has been gradually thinning over the last 35 years. I have tried many things to help, but nothing really seemed to make a difference. I was at the point where I didn’t want to leave the house because my hair was so thin. I tried Rogaine foam at my dermatologist’s recommendation. Even though I am female, I use the men’s Rogaine two times a day. (Be advised that is not what the instructions recommend for women, so you can make your own decision about using it once (recommended for women) or twice daily.) It was the first thing that had ever helped. I could tell that I was shedding less hair. A few months later, I also started using Monat (directly from the company, so I was sure of authenticity) because my dermatologist had also mentioned Monat as a product that might help. I wash my hair every day with Monat’s Intense Repair shampoo and leave it on my hair for 5 minutes before rinsing and conditioning.
    I think together Rogaine foam and Monat have given me real results. While I still don’t have super thick hair, it now looks appropriate for someone my age (55). I am incredibly happy with the results. I don’t have to carefully try to arrange it on top and in the back to cover extra thin spots. They are gone. Someone who hadn’t seen me in a while stopped by. When I opened the door, she did a double take and said, “You have so much hair!” I told my husband about it and he said, “You do. You look like -” and pointed to a picture on the wall from about 12 years ago. He said I was getting a woolly head again! 🙂 (A slight exaggeration, but still nice to hear!)
    Also, I wanted to mention what didn’t work for me, in case that might help someone. I have tried lots of supplements and pills that are supposed to regrow hair and have never seen any results. I still take biotin anyway, because it is inexpensive, and lots of people say it helps. Also, I have noticed that sugar first thing in the morning really makes me shed a lot of hair. I was having fruit smoothies and my hair really started falling out. I now have a low carb breakfast. Lastly, in the past, when I tried Rogaine, I had always used the generic. I never saw any results, so I assumed the name brand Rogaine wouldn’t help either. But, at least for me, there was a night and day difference between generic and name brand Rogaine.
    (By the way, I am not getting any benefit from Rogaine or Monat for mentioning their products. I just hope my experiences can help someone else.) Blessings!

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  2. Mrpilotman

    I’m tired of reading all the fluff in these reviews and watching videos for minutes on end for people to get to the point. The short answer is “YES” rogaine DOES WORK. It’s working for me. New hairs grew all over my scalp. My hairline got darker, bald spots all started to fill in and I have more hair on my head. This all happened in 7 months of use. But, rogaine has its drawbacks.

    Why 3 stars? First and foremost, this is a treatment. Not a cure. That means you need to keep purchasing and applying rogaine to keep your results. Additionally, I noticed side effects. The worst side effect is the acne that magically appeared on my forehead. Before rogaine, I had a clear, smooth forehead. Now, it looks like a minefield. I have acne all over my forehead and I’m forced to use other products to treat it. If I wasn’t breaking out so badly, I’d give this product 4 or maybe 5 stars. The acne is bad and I hate having to deal with it but it’s not bad enough for me to quit rogaine.

    Nonetheless, the other side effect that I’m experiencing is that I’ve grown additional hair on my shoulders and back. To put it into perspective, for every inch of skin, I have grown about 2 or 3 thick, dark, hairs. My solution to this is to simply yank them off every few weeks. This side effect isn’t much of a problem. I look like a gorilla anyway!

    Definitely buy the foam version of rogaine if you’re going to try this product out. I tried the other versions and it makes your scalp flakey. The foam version doesn’t have that problem. I apply it every morning when I wake up and every night before going to sleep all over my head. I’m pretty sure the packaging says to not use it in the frontal area of the head but I simply don’t care. I use it all over my head. The logic behind this behavior is that if it’s working for the back, why not apply it to the front as well? And, I’m quite pleased with the results. My hairline is darker and thicker.

    I saw noticeable results in the 3rd month of use. I DID NOT go through a “shedding” phase like other people mention. I’m going into my 7th month now and I have a gut feeling that there WILL NOT be anymore new hairs growing out. It seems to have plateaued. Which is fine. But, maybe I’m wrong. Only time will tell. I wasn’t expecting to look like Tarzan just by using this product anyway (although that would have been sick)

    I do not have a before picture of my head because I was super embarrassed about my hair loss. I took 0 pictures of myself for months. In fact, I wore a cap 24/7. You can see my acne in the picture that I uploaded. All the hair on my head in the photo came from rogaine. Prior to rogaine, my hair looked like somebody had attacked with a trimmer. Few hairs in one spot, some dark, bald in other spots.

    *** 2 YEAR UPDATE ***

    I’ve plateaued. There aren’t any more new hairs appearing and none of the existing hairs have been getting thicker. This has been the case after 1 year of use.

    The reason to continue using rogaine is to “keep the gains” (to keep all the rogaine related hair growth)

    The acne is not nearly as bad as it used to be. In fact, the acne now versus the acne in the beginning isn’t even comparable. I barely have a thing on my forehead 2 years in. I didn’t use any products to clear my acne. I champed it out and let my body do it’s thing. It was clearly a reaction to some of the chemicals within the rogaine that was causing the severe acne. My forehead was MESSED UP for the first 6 months of rogaine usage…

    I’ve not grown my hair out since I began using rogaine. I decided to keep the same length as in the first picture because this product can’t (and never will) restore my hair to what it was before the balding.

    If you’re balding, embrace it (easier said than done) There’s simply nothing that I’m aware of that will bring your hair back to it’s original form. I heard great things about hair transplants when done correctly. However, I know people who’ve gotten hair transplants that look so ridiculously terrible that you’d be better off bald. Is it even worth it? Not in my opinion.

    PRP hair treatment a lord of horse crap. I had it done several times and I’ve not seen ANY results from it. A complete waste of my time and money.

    Finestride (Propecia) worked for my buddy. He had no noticeable side effects and his hair looks pretty darn good. I don’t know if it would yield the same results for me + I’m not risking it. I’d rather be bald than have erectile dysfunction. There’s no need to mess with your hormones to grow a few crappy hairs on your head. No matter what you do, people can still tell that you’re balding. So, no need to hide it.

    True story for all of you guys who’re balding. I’ve slept with some of the most beautiful women when I became bald. I couldn’t do it when I had hair. It was shocking for me to believe at first but it’s the complete, honest to God truth. Ever since I’ve been having these encounters with beautiful women, I stopped caring as much.

    The moral of the story is, try rogaine out. See how you react to it. If it’s too expensive or has side effects, stop using it. There’s really no need. Embrace that you’re balding. Accept it. Move on with your life. Women dig bald guys. I swear! You just have to be confident and realize that this is something you have no control over.

    If you want to draw attention away from your hair, get your nose and ears pierced. Not only does it look cool but people tend to see those pieces of jewelry instead of immediately noticing your head. Good luck my bald bro’s!

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  3. Cory penta

    Instructions say “Not for hairline use” “Top of scalp only”. Ignore that. If it works for beards it’ll work anywhere. From what I’ve noticed after four months, My hairline is seeing more results than my scalp. They say don’t make any judgements until at least six months. That may also be true. But so far, 4 months in, my hairline is making much more progress. They are 100% correct about using Minoxidil 5% (Rogaine) twice a day. If you slack, or fail to follow a daily process you’ll cheat yourself and blame the product. Be consistent. If not, you’ll be disappointed. So far, from what I’ve seen my “Hairline” is making tremendous progress. My scalp, not as quickly. But my scalp is definitely seeing progress. Just not as immediately as my hairline. My hair in general. Stronger, thicker better looking. Ratings: Hairline B+. Top of scalp C+/B- . Why scientist believe it’s only for top of scalp treatment im unsure of. When they know damn well it works. All over. 4stars. I’ll check back in 2 months.

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    Men’s Rogaine 5% Minoxidil Foam for Hair Loss and Hair Regrowth, Topical Treatment for Thinning Hair, 3-Month Supply,2.11 Ounce (Pack of 3)
    Men’s Rogaine 5% Minoxidil Foam for Hair Loss and Hair Regrowth, Topical Treatment for Thinning Hair, 3-Month Supply,2.11 Ounce (Pack of 3)


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