Minoxidil Topical Solution, or Liquid, is the same active ingredient as the Foam, but in liquid form. Read here why one may be better for you than the other, which applications suit the two versions and which one you should buy! Take control of your hair loss today!
Minoxidil Topical Solution
Minoxidil Liquid, or Topical Solution
The first consideration for choosing Minoxidil Liquid or Foam, would be what you want to achieve. Are you looking for a fuller beard? Then look at Liquid. Are you looking at reversing that bald spot? Then maybe look at the Foam.
Minoxidil Liquid is applied with a pipette, or dropper, so is very specific in the areas treated. The Liquid dropper is better suited to applying Minoxidil to your parting line, as the accuracy of application is much easier.
Minoxidil Foam is more suited to larger areas of hair loss, like the bald spot on the top of your head (the most common Male Pattern Baldness). If you were to squirt half a capful in to your hand, massaging it in to your bald spot is much more effective at getting the Minoxidil compound to where it is needed.
The effectiveness of both versions is the same, as is the length of time needed to see any significant hair regrowth. Whichever Minoxidil you choose, make sure you understand how to apply it and what to expect from it. Minoxidil will be very effective in roughly 70-80% of men, and those will see favourable results in as little as four months. Read more about Minoxidil Application, Effectiveness, Timecale and Side Effects.
Choose Minoxidil Topical Solution Liquid if your plan is to grow a better beard or if you want to improve to look of your parting line.
Choose Minoxidil Foam if you are looking to increase hair growth on your bald spot on your pate.
There! That wasn’t difficult, was it?!
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