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Buy Minoxidil Sandoz Conseil 2% – Anti-Hair Loss Solution (3 x 60 ml Vials)
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Minoxidil Sandoz Conseil Anti-Hair Loss Solution can be used to treat moderate hair loss (androgenic alopecia) in both men and women. It promotes hair growth and reduces loss.
Directions for Use
For external use only. Application method varies.
DosageApply a one-milliletre dose twice daily to the scalp, starting in the centre of the area experiencing hair loss.
– Do not apply more than 2 ml per day, regardless of the extent of the hair loss.
Use the fingertips to spread the product over the entire area affected. Wash hands thoroughly both before and after use.
Apply to dry hair and scalp only.
Active Ingredient (per 100 ml of solution):Minoxidil: 2 g
1 ml (= 1 dose) contains 20 mg of minoxidil.
Other IngredientsAlcohol, propylene glycol, purified water
3 x 60-ml vials
Precautions for Use
– If you have a history of heart disease, consult your doctor before using this product.
Do NOT use:
– if the hair loss is sudden, or follows a period of illness or medical treatment. Consult your doctor before using this product. In cases of sudden hair loss, Minoxidil is ineffective.
– on any part of the body other than the scalp.
– If rash or persistent irritation develops, stop treatment and consult your doctor.
– Do not exceed the stated dose. Use only as directed.
– Do not apply to healthy scalp.
– Do not apply to irritated or inflamed scalp, or to rash.
– Do not apply at the same time as retinoic acid or anthraline, or any other irritating dermatological treatment.
– Excessive dose or misapplication may cause larger quantities of this product to pass into the bloodstream, adverse effects of which include chest pain, lowering of blood pressure, tachycardia (accelerated heart rate), dizziness or disorientation, sudden weight gain and swelling of the hands and feet.
If adverse side effects develop, discontinue use immediately and consult your doctor.
Do NOT use if:
– you are allergic to minoxidil, or any of this product's other ingredients.
Use by Women who are Pregnant or Breast-FeedingYou are advised NOT to use this product during pregnancy or breast-feeding.
If pregnant or breast-feeding, consult your doctor or pharmacist before using any form of medicine.
What is androgenic alopecia?
Human hair has an average life of 3 to 6 years. On average, your head loses between 50 and 100 hairs every day. A faster rate of hair loss may be due to the changing seasons (particularly the arrival of autumn), or may be caused by giving birth to a child or another significant event (even if it happened several months before).
In these circumstances, such loss is temporary, and medical treatment is unnecessary. Instead, try taking a cystine- or vitamin PP-based dietary supplement (such as Doriance Capillaire or Oenobiol Capillaire ) for 3 months, in conjunction with a pro-growth shampoo (such as Cystine B6).
Alopecia is defined as hair loss at a rate of more than 100 hairs a day. There are two types:
– acute alopecia; and
– chronic alopecia.
If the alopecia is acute (i.e. hair loss is sudden and happens over a brief period), hair loss may be either widespread or localised. It often has a known cause (such as damage by hair care products, poor general health, a poorly balanced weight loss plan, use of certain medicines, mental trauma or stress). Do not use this product to treat acute alopecia.
If the alopecia is chronic, hair loss is nearly always widespread. It is sometimes caused by a specific illness (particularly of the thyroid, or related to metabolism), and likewise should not be treated using this product. In the vast majority of cases, chronic alopecia is of unknown cause, although it may be hereditary; this is what known as androgenic alopecia.
Use minoxidil for androgenic alopecia only.
How do I identify androgenic alopecia?In women, androgenic alopecia is not localised: instead, the hair experiences a general loss of density. Hairs lighten gradually from the parting.
In men, the onset of androgenic alopecia is marked by loss of hair at the temples, followed by the appearance of a bald patch high on the scalp. These two hairless areas will gradually expand, ultimately causing total baldness.
If your symptoms persist, consult your doctor.
Last updated the 25/02/2016 at 18:34
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