Minoxidil Foam 3 Months’ Supply. Keep on top of your Male Pattern Baldness with a 3 month supply of the original Kirkland Minoxidil! Approved in the UK and USA, Minoxidil is the best treatment for hair loss in men. Easy to use, cheaper than branded versions, exactly the same impressive results!
Minoxidil Foam 3 Month's Supply
Minoxidil Foam 3 Months’ Supply
Minoxidil is the ‘Number 1’ hair loss treatment for men, specifically Male Pattern Baldness. A proven technology and approved by government agencies in the USA and UK, Minoxidil has been shown to halt hair loss and cause significant re-growth in follicles thought gone for good!
Minoxidil Foam was produced to overcome some issues with the topical liquid version of Minoxidil, where some users experience mild itching an application. Minoxidil Foam does not contain the chemical, “propylene glycol”, used in the liquid form, the one which is responsible for some irritation in some men. Read more about Foam vs Liquid Solution.
How to Use
Minoxidil Foam is, arguably, a little easier to use than it’s liquid counterpart. A quick squirt (about half a capful) in to your hand and the foam is easily massaged in to the scalp. Apply the Foam two time each day – preferably once in the morning after your shower, and once at night, before you go to bed.
For optimum results, it is important that your hair stays dry, for as long as possible after application of Minoxidil.
What to Expect
If you are new to Minoxidil, here’s what to expect! the most important thing is, Minoxidil is not a ‘cure’ for baldness. It is NOT a case of ‘one application and you’re cured’. If you follow the application directions, you can expect to see a visible thickening of your hair and some re-growth, in roughly 12 to 16 weeks.
“Rare and slight”, according to most studies. Minoxidil Foam has a much smaller chance of side effects, as one ingredient found in the liquid solution, “propylene glycol” is removed, being the cause of some mild side effects in a few cases. Those affected have reported some mild itching, irritation and redness, although many of these cases are at the beginning of treatment, as the skin gets used to the treatment. Read more about the side effects of Minoxidil.