Minoxidil Foam 6 Months’ Supply. Minoxidil Foam is the number one treatment for male hair loss! Proven to reinvigorate hair follicles, promote new hair growth and reduce further hair loss by boosting hair follicle activity!
Minoxidil Foam 6 Months’ Supply
A proven technology, Minoxidil works in two ways – it both promotes healthy new hair growth and slows down hair loss.
Most effective in the early stages of hair thinning, it is fast-working hair loss treatment and is clinically proven to regrow as much as 25% more hair. Unlike hair thickening products and shampoos (which do little more than temporarily ‘fatten’ the hairs), Minoxidil penetrates the skin and reactivates shrunken and weak hair follicles, allowing for regrowth of hair and better growth of existing hairs.
- Proven Technology, Approved by FDA and MHRA
- Visible Results in as Little as 12 Weeks
- Unscented & Easy to Use
- Great Price
The 5% Minoxidil Foam formula works by boosting hair follicle activity and increases hair protein production. Kirkland Signature™ Extra Strength for Men Minoxidil Topical Foam prevents further hair loss and encourages hair regrowth in men who have an overall thinning of hair on the top of their heads.
You can sensibly expect to see visible – and favourable – results within eight to twelve weeks, using Minoxidil Foam twice a day. It is important to use Minoxidil as instructed. Most importantly, apply to DRY HAIR and keep your hair dry for four hours after application.
Application is easy! Squirt roughly half a cap amount of foam on to your fingertips and massage into your scalp or beard area, until you no longer feel it on your fingers.
Minoxidil for Beards
Does Minoxidil work on beards? Yes!! It does!
While not specifically designed for beard growth, Minoxidil has shown to increase hair growth on the face. If your beard is showing empty spots, or you just want to encourage faster growth, Minoxidil will have a positive effect. We recommend the Topical Solution, not the Foam for beards. This is because the active ingredient needs to be directly applied to your skin. The Foam Minoxidil tends to get more n the hairs of your beard and application with the dropper, or pipette, gets right in to your beard, down to the skin.
Minoxidil Foam 6 Months' Supply
Minoxidil Foam 6 Months’ Supply
Our Minoxidil Foam 6 Months’ Supply offers the best value Minoxidil and is the ideal amount to buy, as you are most likely to see the best results in about 4 months.
If this is the first time you are using Minoxidil, the 6 Month Supply is your best option, as the best results are seen after 12 to 16 weeks. It would be a shame for you to use for one month and lose interest. Minoxidil does work, it just takes time.
We’re guessing that, if you’re buying a six month supply, you already know it works and doesn’t irritate your skin. That’s great!
It is important to say that a higher dose will not work faster! Using Minoxidil twice a day is the optimum application. do not use it more than that, you’ll just be wasting your money and, possibly, irritating your skin. Please follow the instructions – they are there for a good reason!
More About Minoxidil
Minoxidil is a proven treatment for alopecia. It works!
Originally developed over a decade ago as a treatment for high blood pressure, Minoxidil is one of only two treatments approved by the FDA and MRHA for the treatment of Male Pattern Baldness. It has been shown to stop further hair loss and significantly increase hair growth in follicles thought dead.
It works by improving the blood flow, in and around the hair follicles, as over time, your follicles will wither and shrink. That is Male Pattern Baldness. Minoxidil is not intended to treat frontal baldness or a receding hairline.
Foam or Liquid?
A good question! Occasionally, some people experience mild irritation of the skin when using Minoxidil, but this is almost always associated with a chemical in the liquid (Topical Solution) form, NOT the foam. The ingredient, ‘propylene glycol‘ helps the Minoxidil to soak in to the skin more effectively, but at times, can cause mild irritation, particularly in the early stages of application.
The Foam version, whilst it contains exactly the same active ingredient, does not contain propylene glycol. While trials have no significant difference in hair growth between the two variants, it seems to us that topical liquid may have a more ‘direct’ effect.
Also, both foam and liquid are ‘topical’ (ie. “applied directly to a part of the body”, OED) and need to be applied directly to the skin. If you are using (or are intending to use) Minoxidil for a beard, the Foam isn’t the best choice as most of it will end up on your hairs, not your skin.
Don’t just take our word for it! Google it! The general consensus is that side effects are “rare and mild”. At most, you may experience some mild irritation and redness of the skin, in the early stages of treatment. Your skin should become tolerant of the application. If it doesn’t, obviously see a doctor! As stated above, the majority of irritations seem to be caused by the carrier agent, ‘propylene glycol’, only used in the liquid.
If you think you have sensitive skin, and are not wanting to use Minoxidil on your beard, we would recommend the Foam solution. Fewer irritants, equal effectiveness.