Women’s Rogaine Once-a-Day Foam Hair Regrowth Treatment

Reactivates hair follicles to stimulate regrowth

Women's Rogaine

A full-size Women’s Rogaine Hair Regrowth Treatment, Once-a-Day Foam will be in the VIP Goodie Bag at StyleChicago.com?s Resolutions 2018 at the W Chicago- City Center on Friday, January 26, 2018.

Regrow thicker, beautiful hair with the number one dermatologist recommended Women’s Rogaine Hair Regrowth Treatment, Once-a-Day Foam.

Containing 5% minoxidil, this foam reactivates hair follicles to regrow hair. The only once-daily hair regrowth treatment for women approved by the FDA, this formula is proven to help regrow hair in over 80% of women*, with clinical results in as little as 12 weeks and visible results with continuous daily use after 24 weeks. (*In a 6-month placebo-controlled clinical study.)

Women’s Rogaine works beneath the surface to reactivate hair follicles to help regrow hair. This once a day foam is for women who have a general thinning of hair on the top of the scalp.

? How common is hereditary hair loss in women?
Thinning hair from hereditary hair loss is completely common and something that women can experience as early as their 20?s becoming more visible through their 40?s. While prevalence varies, hereditary hair loss occurs in over 1 out of 4 women, and becomes more common with age.

? What is considered normal hair loss?
Most people normally lose between 50-100 hairs a day, which is replaced with new hair. A consistent loss of 150 hairs a day may indicate significant hair loss.

To learn more about Women’s Rogaine, please visit the website.

How it all started:
Flashback to the fabulous 1980s. Amid the irreverent frizz and wild florescence, a sweet, tress-enhancing discovery was made. When people with high blood pressure took minoxidil tablets, they experienced an unexpected side effect – new hairs that started appearing. This finding would end up being a pivotal discovery for millions of Americans experiencing hereditary hair loss. Taking note, scientists began studying use of topical minoxidil solution on the scalp. Soon, results emerged showing us that topical minoxidil could indeed successfully regrow hair.

In 1988, Rogaine 2% Minoxidil Solution for Men debuted as a prescription-only solution to hereditary hair loss. The Women’s Rogaine followed in 1992, and Four years later, both brands became more widely accessible when they became available over-the-counter. A higher-dose, extra-strength version (5%) launched in 1997.

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