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1Can I Use Minoxidil If I Am Not Balding?
It doesn’t work for everyone. Minoxidil works best for young men who are just starting to lose their hair. Someone who is already bald won’t be able to grow new hair with minoxidil.
2Can I Use Minoxidil On Healthy Hair?
Generally speaking, minoxidil is safe for all hair types, including natural hair, although those with color-treated hair may experience more irritation. Minoxidil may be less effective on certain types of hair loss, such as forms of scarring alopecia that are more common among Black women.
3Can Minoxidil Alone Regrow Hair?
Unfortunately, Minoxidil hasn’t been proven to restore a receding hairline to a full head of hair. Some people anecdotally say that it has made their hair loss less dramatic and helped with their male-pattern baldness, but you can’t regrow a large section of hair using Minoxidil alone.
4Why Does Minoxidil Say Not To Use On Hairline??
Minoxidil works by increasing blood flow in the region where it’s used. When applied to the scalp, it can boost hair density and growth rate. As a result, there’s no reason why minoxidil can’t help with a receding hairline.
5Can I Use Minoxidil Without Hair Loss?
No.. treatment depends on the grade… You are suffering from hormonal changes causing Androgenetic alopecia causing hair fall. It’s completely stoppable even regrowth of hair is possible with certain medications without any side effects.
6Can A Normal Person Use Minoxidil?
Minoxidil is a Health Canada and US FDA-approved medication for hair loss in men and women. The drug is marketed as 2% and 5% topical solutions. This over-the-counter product is considered safe, but should be used with caution. Furthermore, minoxidil is an orally active vasodilator for treatment of severe hypertension.
7Will Minoxidil Maintain My Hair?
Minoxidil is applied directly to the scalp twice a day to slow or stop the progression of androgenic alopecia, also called male pattern baldness, and thinning hair. You need to use it continuously to maintain results—if you stop applying the medication, the new hair growth will reverse, and your hair loss will resume.