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Minoxidil

Look and feel your best with thicker, fuller hair—thanks to the Health Canada authorized minoxidil solution. It’s clinically proven to regrow hair in 3-6 months, no pills required.

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  • Treatment

    Over 90% of users saw increased regrowth or reduced hair loss in clinical trials

  • 5% Minoxidil. A clinically tested, Health Canada authorized solution

  • Works even better when paired with Finasteride

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How to use <

  • Up to twice daily for three to four months. Simply measure out 1mL of the topical solution and apply it to the affected area on the scalp then wait for it to air dry

How it works <

  • Works best to regrow hair in the vertex or crown area. If you’re experiencing a receding hairline, finasteride might work for you

Why Minoxidil?

It’s science

Minoxidil is trusted by doctors and has been Health Canada authorized to treat hair loss for over 25 years.

Simple and effective

Minoxidil is proven to effectively treat hair thinning and male pattern hair loss (balding).

How Minoxidil works

Increases blood flow

Brings oxygen and nutrients to the scalp by increasing blood flow to hair follicles

Regrows hair

Activates hair out of its resting phase and into growth

Sustains growth

Extending hair’s growth phase for longer, for sustained growth activity

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Who is minoxidil for?

Minoxidil is an Health Canada authorized men’s hair loss treatment used to regrow thicker, fuller hair. Minoxidil can be used to treat several hair loss causes, including male pattern baldness (androgenetic alopecia) and alopecia areata, an immune condition where your body attacks its own hair. It may also be used off-label (outside scope of Health Canada authorization) for several other types of hair loss, such as speeding up regrowth after chemotherapy.


Potential side effects

Minoxidil topical solution is generally safe to use, but some men experience scalp irritation after applying minoxidil. If this is bothersome, consult your healthcare provider. However, if you use too much minoxidil, you may experience serious side effects, such as chest pain, faintness, unexplained weight gain, dizziness, headaches and irregular or rapid heartbeat.


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How to use Minoxidil

Apply the solution twice a day. Drop 1 mL (dosage marked on the dropper) of the solution directly onto the scalp where you have hair loss. Gently massage it into your scalp with your fingers. Finally, Let it fully soak into the scalp before the next step of your routine, whether that’s going to sleep or blow drying and styling your hair.


Potential side effects

Minoxidil topical solution is generally safe to use, but some men experience scalp irritation after applying minoxidil. If this is bothersome, consult your healthcare provider. However, if you use too much minoxidil, you may experience serious side effects, such as chest pain, faintness, unexplained weight gain, dizziness, headaches and irregular or rapid heartbeat.


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What is Minoxidil? <

A clinically tested, Health Canada authorized solution for hair loss when used twice daily for three to six months. Minoxidil is available without a prescription and is very easy to use. Simply measure out 1mL of the topical solution and apply it to the affected area on the scalp then wait for it to air dry. Be sure to keep the area away from bedding and hair accessories while the product is drying.

When can I expect to see results from Minoxidil? <

According to clinical research, it takes up to three months of consistent use of the 5% Minoxidil topical solution to see initial results. This may change depending on the growth cycle of your hair-follicle. It is important to continue using minoxidil to maintain desired effects. Of note, it is normal to notice an increase in hair shedding for the first few weeks as your hair follicles push out old hair to make room for new hair.

What are the side effects of Minoxidil? <

You should not exceed the recommended amount or frequency as it may cause serious side effects. Some of these side effects include chest pain, dizziness, unexplained weight changes, headaches and irregular heartbeat. These side effects require immediate medical attention.

Can I safely use Minoxidil with Finasteride? <

Yes, they actually work in harmony to promote hair regrowth. Finasteride focuses on preventing the breakdown of testosterone into DHT (prevents hair loss) and Minoxidil stimulates blood flow to the scalp (promotes regrowth).

Where can I apply Minoxidil? <

Minoxidil is only effective when applied to the scalp; particularly, the vertex and other areas of the scalp where your hair is thinning. It is however not meant to be used for a receding hairline (this is where Finasteride is most effective). Research is scarce regarding its use on other areas, such as your beard and therefore its application is not recommended on those areas.

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