Short overview. Rogaine is a long-term treatment for male pattern baldness and hereditary hair loss. It is the only topical hair loss solution that is approved by Food and Drug Administration. Rogaine works as a vasodilator for shrunken hair follicles, revitalizing them and promoting hair regrowth. Visit Rogaine Website

User Satisfaction. According to the online research 85% of Rogaine users have been satisfied with the results that they achieved with the product.

Whom Intended for? Rogaine is aimed at male pattern and hereditary hair loss in both men and women.

When to Expect Results? The majority of men and women achieve visible results in 4 months.

Main Ingredients. The main component of Rogaine is minoxidil, an FDA-approved vasodilator medication that is clinically proven to stop hair loss and stimulate hair regrowth. Other ingredients are ethanol, propylene glycol and purified water.

How to Use?
Rogaine foam or topical solution is applied twice a day directly to the scalp. If you miss a dose or two, just continue the usual treatment as it generally won’t affect your long-term hair regrowth. In case of discontinuation the usual hair loss process will resume. If there is no obvious hair regrowth after 4 months of treatment, discuss it with your physician.

Precautions. It is not recommended to use Rogaine together with other topical medicines on the scalp. No interactions with oral medications were reported. Pregnant or breast-feeding women should not use the product.

Any Side Effects? Rogaine rarely causes any serious side effects. Most common side effects observed in a small number of users are scalp itching and irritation, dry skin and unwanted facial hair. All of them completely disappear upon discontinuation of the product.

Prescription Required? No prescription is required. Rogaine is available over the counter and you can buy it in local drug stores or order it online.

Package Options and Price. Single, Triple and 4 Month Super Saver options are available (topical solution and foam for men and topical solution for women). For better results Progaine Volumizing Shampoo can be purchased additionally.

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  1. this topical treatment works wonders! i have received many compliments from my colleagues since i started using this topical. it takes effect very soon – i think a couple of weeks had passed when people started asking me about my “new hairstyle”. i really enjoy feeling myself younger and i would recommend this amazing product to all those suffering from male pattern baldness. it will bring your hair and you back to life!

    michael casey said on August 23, 2010 #

  2. I have used Minoxidil for about a year now and there is no trace left of receeding hairline on my temples. There is substantial overall regrowth of new hair. Just because I had some scalp irritation in course of time I decided to try the Rogaine foam as a sparing option. As far as Minoxidil is the main component of Rogaine, I experience the same regrowth, but there is no irritation any more. The foam is so much better for me.

    Chris said on August 30, 2010 #

  3. I have been applying Rogaine since September 2008 and after these two years the results are just fantastic. Rogaine has become a part of my life, my everyday habit and I simply forgot about the problem of hair loss.

    Tim said on September 16, 2010 #

  4. My name is Harry and I’m a long term user of Rogaine and this product has always worked very well for me. It’s important not to skip treatments often or to discontinue.

    hairy harry said on October 26, 2010 #

  5. does it really work i am confued between procerin , provillus

    hhhhh said on April 24, 2011 #

  6. Rogaine, a.k.a. minoxidil, is the only topical hair loss treatment that is approved by American Food and Drug Administration. It does work for male patter baldness but remember it’s going to be a long-term treatment (like with any hair loss remedy). As for Provillus and Procerin, these two are based on natural/herbal formulations, so they are supposed to be safer. Many users report good results with them too.

    Devin Greenfield said on April 25, 2011 #

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