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MINOXIDIL
The Way To Grow Your Hair

BEHIND THE MINOXIDIL

Minoxidil was accidentally discovered by scientists who were developing Loniten®, a medicine for high blood pressure. A side-effect of Loniten was hair growth on the head and body. As a result, Minoxidil has been become an ingredient in products that support hair growth. In hair-loss treatments, Minoxidil is used as a 2% (for women) and 5% (for man) concentrate dissolved in propylene glycol. The purpose of the glycol is to improve the skin’s absorbency of Minoxidil and ensure that the drug is evenly distributed on the treated areas. In spite of the fact that there are generic forms of Minoxidil with a higher concentrations (10%,16%...), they are less effective. In fact, skin cannot absorb concentrations of the substance greater than 5%. For the best absorbency, prior to the application of the drug, we recommend using a roller with titanium needles.
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MINOXIDIL
The Only One Confirmed Solution For Hair Loss
Between 1991 and 2001, the Food and Drug Administration and the United States Department of Health and Human Services approved Minoxidil in 2% and 5% concentrations as effective in the treatment of male and female hair loss.
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MINOXIDIL AND ITS EFFECTS

Scientists from the UpJohn corporation have conducted several clinical studies of a dermal solution of Minoxidil at 2% and 5% concentrations to determine its effectiveness against hair loss and its ability to induce growth of new hair. Clinical tests of the effectiveness of the dermal solution of Minoxidil in men (with baldness on top of the head) showed that in 48% of subjects, hair loss stopped after a year of using Minoxidil and that hair growth was restored. In 36% of men, there was a partial improvement in hair growth. In 16% of men, no hair regrowth was observed.

After the use of Minoxidil at a 5% concentration, the rate of new hair growth was 45% higher than it was at a 2% concentration. (The parameter that was compared was the number of hairs on top of the head with a diameter of 1,0cm.) In 54% of patients, a restoration of hair growth was observed in this area when it was treated with Minoxidil at a 5% concentration. Similar results were observed in clinical tests for women. After one year of treatment, the average number of hairs in the observed area increased by 112 hairs.

HOW TO APPLY MINOXIDIL

1 Before using Minoxidil, wash your scalp using a mild shampoo. Before you apply Minoxidil, your scalp and hair must be dry.
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2 Pump the applicator to fill it with minoxidil. Apply 1ml (0,034 fl oz.) on thinning area.
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3 Gently massage minoxidil nto the scalp for 1-2 minutes. Wait for approximately 20-30 minutes to use GETTIK hair thickening fibers, gels or mousses. Do not let your hair come into contact with water druing the 4 hours after application.
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After using Minoxidil, wash your hands. If you miss a dose of Minoxidil, try to apply it as soon as possible. If it is almost time for your next dose, skip the missed dose and go back to your regular routine. Do not apply two doses at once. If you have any doubts about the use of this medicine, ask your pharmacist or physician. Minoxidil should be taken for up to 4-6 months, until patient is able to assess whether the medicine has helped or not. The main application of the drug is for treatment of androgenic alopecia in both men and women. It helps about 30% of patients, who achieve a slight reduction in hair loss or maintain their current level of hair loss.

HOW DOES MINOXIDIL WORK?

Minoxidil usually works by extending the anagen phase of hair cells, which supports their growth. Hair cells pass through three phases. The first phase is the “growing“ phase, known as the anagen phase. This is followed by the catagen phase, then the telogen phase. At the end of the telogen phase, the old hair falls out and it is replaced by a new one. A shortened anagen phase usually precedes hair-loss problems such as male baldness. Testosterone and its derivate, DHT, can affect the shortening of the anagen phase. Clinical studies have shown the ability of Minoxidil to stop male and female hair loss and to trigger the growth of new hair, especially on top of the head.
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