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[VOTE] What type of Topical Minoxidil do you use?

Discussion in 'Growth Stimulants - Rogaine, Minoxidil, Tricomin,' started by Brogain, Jul 16, 2011.

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What type of Topical Minoxidil do you use?

  1. Kirkland Minoxidil 5%

    4.8%
  2. Spectral Minoxidil 5%

    23.8%
  3. Foligain Minoxidil Foam 5%

    4.8%
  4. Rogaine/Regaine Minoxidil Solution 5%

    0 vote(s)
    0.0%
  5. Rogaine/Regaine Minoxidil Foam 5%

    4.8%
  6. Polaris Labs NR-07 5%

    42.9%
  7. Sigma Skin Minoxidil 5%

    0 vote(s)
    0.0%
  8. Minoxidilmax 15%

    0 vote(s)
    0.0%
  9. Other Minoxidil Solutions More than 5%

    9.5%
  10. Other Minoxidil Solutions 5% or less

    9.5%
  1. Brogain

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    I have recently started a combination of Rogain Foam in the morning and Kirkland 5% in the afternoon

    I am only applying it to my hairline as this is the only area where I have been affected by hair loss.

    My inital observations;

    Rogaine is very easy to apply and takes 2-3 minutes to dry before styling your hair. This makes it perfect for morning application.

    Kirkland Minoxidil at 5% takes an age to dry, up to 20 minutes. I feel that perhaps the liquid is more effective but also a lot more messy and impractical for styling.

    When my 3 month supply of Kirklands runs out I will consider upping to 10% and possibly even 15%

    My question is.... Are their any Minoxidil creams out there which 15%? A cream you could rub in would be a lot easier to apply than liquid!
     

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