How exactly does Rogaine work?: Regrow Hair

How exactly does Rogaine work?

I mean, what is the scientific process here?

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  1. How Rogaine Works

    Rogaine works in part by partially enlarging miniaturised follicles and reversing the miniaturisation process.

    This prolongs the growth phase of the hair cycle, allowing the hair to become longer and thicker. And with more follicles in the growth phase at the same time, it is possible to see improved coverage of the scalp.

    Although the growth phase may be prolonged, the follicle will continue to cycle. Several cycles may be necessary before maximum potential hair regrowth can be achieved.

    While clinical trials have proven Rogaine can assist in hair regrowth for both men and women, thicken existing hair, reduce hair loss, and stimulate new hair growth, individual results can be affected by several factors.

    * The younger the age of patients, the greater chance of good results.
    * If hair is thinning as opposed to having a bald spot, response will be better.
    * If the bald area is less than 10cm and has been that way for less than 10 years, response will be better.
    * Response is better on the crown (back) rather than on the front of the scalp.

    Rogaine must be applied twice daily every day. It will need to be used for four to six months before seeing hair regrowth. If Rogaine treatment is stopped after regrowing hair, the new hair will fall out within four months.<br/>