Minoxidil 5% Topical Solution for Men
The medical condition that causes male pattern baldness is called androgenetic alopecia or AGA. It is a genetic condition due to a hormone called DHT that stimulates the hair follicles to stop producing hair.
Minoxidil is a medication that helps regrow thin hair when applied topically. It works as a vasodilator, meaning that it widens blood vessels so that more nutrient-rich blood flow to the hair follicles.
This topical solution for hair loss in men has also been shown to promote hair growth and increase the thickness of existing hair.
By increasing the number of nutrients and oxygen that can get to the area of your scalp, minoxidil works and allows the cells in your skin to regenerate faster and more effectively, which stimulates the growth phase of your hair.
It differs from other treatments because it works directly on the scalp plus targets specific hormones, nutrients & antibodies. It has been found to be more effective than other drugs for hair shedding.
How to Use:
- Dry your hair.
- Apply 1-2ml on the affected area.
- Using your fingertips, gently massage for a minute.
- Leave it for atleast 3 hours.
Side Effects & Precautions:
Mars by GHC products are dermatologically tested and are safe for all skin & hair types, therefore it shouldn't lead to any side effects.
However, if you suffer from any scalp condition or if you’re allergic to the ingredients used in the product, refrain from using it, and consult with a doctor before applying.
In the unlikely event that it comes in contact with the eyes, wash immediately with cold water and always seek a medical advice when required.
*Minoxidil requires a prescription which will be provided by our in-house doctors.
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