Receding Hairline, will Rogaine for Men help?
my boyfriend just bought Rogaine foam, the thing is he has a receding hairline on the sides of his head but we were reading that its not for that only for if your balding on the crown...what will happen if he does use it? Any harmful effects or will it just not do anything? Also what does Rogaine do that it doesnt...
Asked by Freda Cardona 1 year ago.
my boyfriend just bought Rogaine foam, the thing is he has a receding hairline on the sides of his head but we were reading that its not for that only for if your balding on the crown...what will happen if he does use it? Any harmful effects or will it just not do anything? Also what does Rogaine do that it doesnt help with a receding hairline, but it works for balding at the crown (top of the head)? Answered by Matthew Menchaca 1 year ago.
Rogaine is for male pattern baldness-balding on the crown. That does not mean it never works for growing hair in the front, it just is not what the company has the data compiled for. Rogaine is good for keeping the hair you have and restoring hair that has recently left-it is not good for growing hair on a "pool ball". Using it on the front has the same precautions as using it on the crown. I know it has worked very well for some people. Using it in combination with retin-a cream seems to make it more effective. You need to talk to a doctor to use the retin-a. Do good research, and best of luck. Answered by Desirae Klonowski 1 year ago.
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Should women use rogaine for men?
My dermatologist recomended me to use rogaine for men the foam or liquid kind, but im scared because I heard that hair can grow in your face or chest. Should I try the foam kind for men?
Asked by Louie Sweger 1 year ago.
Since rogaine for women is so readily available now, I don't see the need to risk using rogaine for men. There are a lot of good sites that explain the risks and benefits of taking rogaine. I have listed a couple below. All of the sites do mention the need to speak to your doctor before deciding to start rogaine. Good luck. Answered by Ka Kljucaric 1 year ago.
theres rogain made for women... Drop your doctor..... Why didn't he say that.. the kind for women.. Answered by Marvella Dowers 1 year ago.
Does Rogaine Spray actually work for men?
I know this guy who's 18 yrs old, and is facing some hair loss in his head in the front and at the back, will rogaine spray help his hair to grow back?
Asked by Tamekia Hancin 1 year ago.
Better to use it under the guidance of a doctor. Rogaine works by revitalizing shrunken hair follicles, thus increasing their size. When you use Rogaine every day, your follicles may increase in size, and the growing phase may become longer. This may then produce longer, thicker hairs. Rogaine can’t grow hair on completely bald scalps or in the frontal hairline areas. It has been found to be somewhat effective in maintaining or growing hair in the crown area (the top back of the head). However, Rogaine is only effective at delaying hair loss. It is also more effective in women than in men. And again, the reasons for this are not understood. Rogaine (minoxidil) generally only regrows hair in a minority of men and women. In most cases, the best case scenario for hair growth with these treatments is a thin coverage of thin hair. The real benefits of Rogaine (minoxidil) is keeping what hair you have or slowing your thinning. Rogaine’s success depends on how advanced your hair loss has become. Answered by Treasa Christenbury 1 year ago.
Here a few simple home remedies which can be tried at home to control hair fall. 1.Rinse your hair with a mix of apple cider vinegar and sage tea this helps hair grow.. 2. A medicine rich in sulfur is also recommended as sulfur plays an important part in the structure of the hair. 3. Massage with olive oil before going to bed at night and next morning, wash off the hair gently.. 4. To treat hair loss apply a little lemon juice with some black tea.Massage well and shampoo. 5. Beat two eggs,and add two tablespoons of water to it. Rinse hair and pour the egg mixture over the hair.Massage the scalp well and leave for 10 minutes.Then wash it. Answered by Leilani Kordish 1 year ago.
rogaine spray work men Answered by Jen Cammack 1 year ago.
Does rogaine for men actually work?
It says on the advert it helps regrow lost hair and also prevents baldness, does it actually work though..?
Asked by Kendal Bash 1 year ago.
It depends on the person. For some guys it completely regrows everything like magic. For others it regrows only a tiny bit, but it works to prevent any hair loss from continuing. I wasn't so lucky, for me I couldn't notice any growth when I tried it. I would have kept using it in hopes that it would eventually work or at least prevent future hair loss... but it made my scalp REALLY hot and itchy and caused a lot of dandruff. It got to the point where when I got home I would get some lotion and dump it on my scalp just go make the hot itchy dryness go away. Finally I said "this isn't worth it" and stopped using it. It just wasn't for me. But for some people it works miracles... so it's just one of those "try it and see" type of products. Answered by Arthur Reim 1 year ago.
Does rogaine work for men?
I was wondering if Rogaine really works for men
Asked by Megan Bailer 1 year ago.
Propecia and Rogaine work well together. Give it about 5 months to see the results. Don't listen to the side effects cause they're RARE. Answered by Keeley Heep 1 year ago.
Your Answer: It does help 'some' men - but just a very little. When you stop using it - you lose anything you've gained. Propecia has too many side effects.. Many guys spend a small fortune trying to outrun baldness with creams, lotions, pills, wigs, weaves & transplants - but - in the end they still must accept the inevitable & get on with the rest of their lives. Genetics rule - you cannot re-program genetics. Life is not always the way it's supposed to be. It's just the way it is. The way you cope with it is what makes the difference. Answered by Rosalba Stiegman 1 year ago.
because of the fact Rogaine themselves says: Rogaine For men do no longer use if: you're a woman your volume of hair loss is diverse than that shown on the realm of this carton or your hair loss is on the front of the scalp. 5% minoxidil topical answer isn't meant for frontal baldness or receding hairline. you haven't any longer any family members background of hair loss your hair loss is unexpected and /or patchy you don't comprehend the clarification to your hair loss you're under 18 3 hundred and sixty 5 days of age. do no longer use on toddlers and young ones. your scalp is purple, contaminated, contaminated, annoyed, or painful you utilize different drugs on the scalp Answered by Miriam Lebouf 1 year ago.
My friends uncle is using it and it works well. Answered by Douglass Brauman 1 year ago.
Rogaine or propecia for men's hair loss?
what about avacor?
Asked by Anne Schuering 1 year ago.
Definetly rogaine. I have seen people use both products and noticed a bigger differnence on the person who used rogaine. You have to realise that it will take atleast 4 months before you start seeing any result and you will have to continue it indefinetly. It will have to be part of his routine just as brushing his teeth is. You have to make sure that it is 4% minoxil and to use it both morning and evening. Answered by Marquita Merril 1 year ago.
in case you look up the section outcomes of propecia and rogaine in wikipedia they the two reason erectlie disfunction and it somewhat is everlasting. maximum hair loss products have severe section outcomes. i stumbled on an organic product that labored for me called clairs hair scientific care it somewhat works on maximum hair loss varieties its no longer very high priced and no section outcomes. Answered by Marc Atiyeh 1 year ago.
He should just shave his head, it looks better than a wig, a comb-over, or fake, drug-induced growth. His friends already know he is losing his hair, and will tease him for using the drugs. Strangers will have no idea, and if he cares what strangers think about his hairline he has more problems than just male-pattern baldness! Answered by Cyrstal Vanguilder 1 year ago.
I found some good info here. Answered by Dia Zeimet 1 year ago.
whatever you do, do not let him use rogaine. that's for womens hair loss. personally i dont think anythhing works Answered by Arnita Lamoore 1 year ago.
IT'S GENETICS------I KNOW OF 3 GUYS THAT GOT INTO ROAGAINE IT DID WORK BUT AS SOON AS THEY STOPPED THEIR HAIR FELL OUT------LOVE YOUR MAN THE WAY HE IS AB Answered by Yan Zigich 1 year ago.
Would rogaine foam for men work on teenagers?
Asked by Christia Schoeller 1 year ago.
Probably. But certain types of medications that are fine for adults are contraindicated for teens, as their bodies are still growing and developing. If you're a teenager and you're concerned about losing your hair, you should talk to a dermatologist first. It may not be male pattern baldness, but could be due to environmental or other factors. The dermatologist should be able to help you rule out various other factors. BTW, hair on men is highly overrated. My husband is almost completely bald and it hasn't affected his sex appeal a bit. Answered by Emelia Bucio 1 year ago.
Not to be pessimistic, but one thing needs to be understood about Rogaine and other topical treatments for hair before you use them. Rogaine will not grow your hair back, Rogaine merely maintains the same amount of of hair you already had on your head. In order to actually increase your hair growth you need to get a prescription to the medication Propecia, Propecia is an pharmacy medication that will actually increase hair growth. But besides all of what I just said, you should realize one thing, at the teenage point of a man's life hair loss or the sudden slow growth of hair is somewhat normal. This is because during puberty a man's body gets sudden influxes of testosterone (a sex hormone) which causes the clogging of certain hair "receptors" from their much needed nutrients. Yet this can be prevented with Rogaine, but reversed with Propecia and if you are still in puberty (which you are as a "teenager") this normally goes away after the sudden influx of estrogen that forms to counterbalance the testosterone present in your body. And so what I can say is, that although I do not know your personal case very well, if you are a teenager as you say you are, you have nothing to worry about. Although if this has persisted for a long period of time and has been very prolonged, consult your common physician and ask about the medication Propecia. Answered by Rubin Cosgray 1 year ago.
I'm not sure if there are hair growth procedures offered by cosmetic doctors... But you can always use an eyebrow pencil to fill in the parts where the hair didn't grow back. You'll not only fill them in, you'll also get well-defined eyes. ;) Have a great day! Answered by Humberto Clouatre 1 year ago.
You should see a dermatologist, they can help one way or the other,,, it may be something you have to live with Answered by Gerald Demichelis 1 year ago.