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Rogaine foam for frontal baldness?

Discussion in 'Growth Stimulants - Rogaine, Minoxidil, Tricomin,' started by Mens Rea, Mar 5, 2007.

  1. Mens Rea

    Mens Rea Senior Member

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    i was gona buy some on ebay but it says its only really for the crown?

    is there no use buying it for the temple area/receeding hairline? surely it should work all over?!


    if not, whats recommended for frontal hair loss apart from fin?
     
  2. Brokenwall

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    yes it works on the front , do a search ....
     
  3. Sean68

    Sean68 Senior Member

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    ...just not as well. unless youre very lucky youre only gonna see slight
    regrowth on the front with anything.
     
  4. haunted-ballroom

    haunted-ballroom Experienced Member

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    Depends on your hairloss though and how far it has progressed. Im regrowing a bit in my temples which were slick bald. But I know I wont get them back completely.
     
  5. JohnnySeville

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    It can work wherever you put it, it's basically an individual thing, works for some, not for others.
     
  6. Mens Rea

    Mens Rea Senior Member

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    but it should slow down any extra recission at least? (obv depending on person )
     
  7. Nathaniel

    Nathaniel Experienced Member

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    I am using foam on the hairline basically because of that: Prevention. Even though I am regrowing a bit, I don't expect to get my temples back to where they where. If you are using finasteride or dutasteride with rogaine you double the chances of stopping or even at least slowing the hell out of your frontal hairloss.

    You could always add a copper peptide in the front too for a third prevention. (This is what I'm doing btw)
     
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    Mens Rea Senior Member

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    copper peptide?

    whats that?

    please educate me :)
     
  9. dietcola

    dietcola Experienced Member

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    visit my story in my signature colin, i'm fighting a receeding hairline as well
     
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    SkylineGTR Experienced Member

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    i use the foam in conjunction with Spectral DNC and my front has been growing great. My hairline is comming back.
     
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    Jm0311 Senior Member

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    your hairline in front? or your temple too?
     
  12. SkylineGTR

    SkylineGTR Experienced Member

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    [​IMG]
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    I drew green lines to show where its progressing front wise.. I think my natural mature hairline receeds on the sides anyway. (BTW i just took these pictures with my phone at work.) It's insane how fast im growing if you look at my story link. My hair is really starting to look good. I just got it cut yesterday too.

    I used the last of my foam today in my first can so i have extra in there hence the chunky look of my hair.
     

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