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Minoxidil Solution Caffeine (FAQ)

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In this study, a caffeine-based topical 0.2% liquid was found to be no less effective than minoxidil 5% solution regarding the percentage change from baseline in AR at 6 months in both the PP population (primary end point) and ITT population, using frontal and occipital trichograms.

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1Can I Use Caffeine With Minoxidil?

No interactions were found between caffeine and minoxidil. However, this does not necessarily mean no interactions exist. Always consult your healthcare provider.

2Is Caffeine Good For Hair Regrowth?

But according to research, the caffeine in coffee can help stimulate hair growth and stop hair loss. One 2007 laboratory study found that caffeine helped block the effects of DHT in male hair follicles. It stimulated hair shaft elongation, resulting in longer, wider hair roots.

3What Should You Not Take With Minoxidil?

Do not use any other skin products on the same skin area on which you use minoxidil. Hair coloring, hair permanents, and hair relaxers may be used during minoxidil therapy as long as the scalp is washed just before applying the hair coloring, permanent, or relaxer.

4Can I Use Alpecin With Minoxidil?

Absolutely! You can apply minoxidil after washing your hair with Alpecin or any other type of shampoo or conditioner. Just make sure that your hair and scalp are completely dry first – a little damp is ok but dry is the ideal – then you can apply the minoxidil as usual.

5Does Caffeine Thicken Hair?

Topically applied caffeine to scalp is shown to elongate the hair follicle, thus resulting in overall thicker hair.30/03/2022

6How Long Does It Take For Caffeine To Regrow Hair?

Topically applied caffeine to scalp is shown to elongate the hair follicle, thus resulting in overall thicker hair.

7Can Caffeine Causes Hair Loss?

30/03/2022

8What Does Caffeine Do To Your Hair?

The results: after 6 months, men in both the Rogaine and caffeine-treated groups showed gains, and these were similar. The men in the Rogaine group had an average 11.7% increase in their percentage of anagen hairs. This compared to 10.6% for the caffeine group.2/08/2021