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    applying too much minoxcan

    Hey guys, do you think there is a danger in applying too much monixidil (rogaine liquid) in a single application? (esp on the hairline) can it be counter productive? Please let me know... I'vw been fighting for the last few months trying to preserve my Nick Cage hairline, but it has been thinning considerably quick.. In one year I went from bruce willis in die hard 1 to almost die hard 4. (hard to compare, since my hair is seriously thinning) been on fin, minox, and niz...

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    Re: applying too much minoxcan

    You will notice if your body can't handle the amount of minox you put on. You will get dizzyness, headache or intense heart beating.

    Alot of people is applying 2ml two times a day of 5% solution. A few is adding even more.

    I am applying 1.5ml two times a day of 15% solution. No sides so far, but I did experience some sides when trying 2.5ml each application a couple of months ago.

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    Re: applying too much minoxcan

    oh I drench my hair full of rogaine in the evening and foam in the morning. I never check how much i put on.. maybe that is adversely my hair??

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