Minoxidil Results

Minoxidil Results - They are Very Good - MinoxidilUK

Minoxidil Results.  We’re all different and will respond differently to Minoxidil, but recent studies have shown that 85% of almost 1,000 Minoxidil users found “effective”.  Smaller bald patches, less hair shedding, almost no side effects.  It’s all good news!

Minoxidil Results.  They’re Very Good!

According to the International Society of Hair Restoration Surgery, “Two new studies of the effects of 5% minoxidil in treating male-pattern hair loss report that a majority of patients found: rapid onset of action in promoting new hair growth; very effective results in promoting new hair growth over the period of treatment; decreased hair loss; and, minimal side effects.”

They go on to talk about a ‘One Year Observational Study’ carried out on just under 1,000 men, where they used 5% Minoxidil Liquid two times per day, as instructed.  The conclusions were very favourable indeed.  Look at these figures…

  • 62% of Patients Report Smaller Bald Patches
    Hair loss areas on the scalp had become smaller in 62% of the patients, unchanged in 35.1% and larger in 2.9%.
  • 85% of Patients Found Minoxidil Effective
    Minoxidil 5% solution was found to be “very effective” in 15.9% of patients, “effective” in 47.8%, “moderately effective” in 20.6% and “ineffective” in just 15.7%.
  • Hair Loss Halted with 5% Minoxidil
    Individual hairs lost during washing numbered an average 70 at the beginning of the study, and 34 at the end of the study.  That’s half the number!
  • Next to No Side Effects
    Side effects, mostly dermatologic, were reported by 3.9% of patients in the study. None of the side effects was classified as serious.

You can read the full article here.

But It’s Not Just Scientists!

As we’re sure you’re aware, there are many pages, forums, YouTube videos, etc., in praise (and on occasion, not so much) of Minoxidil.  We hope he won’t mind, but we found this video on YouTube from a user called ‘sgusiv’.  It’s a few years old, but nothing has changed since then.  Look at the difference!


A quick Google search will show you much more!


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