In this post, we try to shed light on the usage of minoxidil and hair oil together. The indications, contraindications, benefits and more.
It is one of the vasodilator medications that is used to treat a hair loss problem. It is also one of the US FDA approved medications for hair loss. It is available over the counter in spray and liquid form. It can be used by men and women, this medication helps stimulate hair growth. Dermatologists recommend this medication for better hair growth results. Minoxidil is available in 3 variants: 2%, 5% and 10%. The minoxidil dosage is decided according to the hair loss severity.
How to apply minoxidil?
When using this medication, you should strictly follow your dermatologist prescription. Don’t overuse this medication. To apply it follow the below procedure, step by step.
The minoxidil uses are aimed at promoting hair growth, especially in male pattern baldness treatments. It’s used for treating hair thinning in men. It helps halt hair loss and stimulates hair growth. It’s quite effective for people under 40 years, and who are experiencing the early stages of hair fall. It’s used to expand the hair follicles that shrink due to hormonal changes and increase hair volume and density. Consistent use of minoxidil can trigger healthy hair regrowth, hence the new growth will come back fuller and stronger.
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No Minoxidil must be used on its own if you want to get the desired results. It’s a potent medicine that should be applied directly to the scalp to prevent hair loss. As mentioned before, use it as per your doctor’s recommendation. Usually, they will advise that you apply it on the scalp once or twice a day. This must be done in its original form, and no carrier oil should be mixed with it. If you wish to use coconut oil, then you can apply it to the length and ends of the hair. If you want to apply the oil to the scalp then you should allow the minoxidil to sink in for some time, then you can apply the oil. It’s advised that you wait for an hour after applying minoxidil, before applying any oil to the scalp. Mixing minoxidil and hair oil can compromise its effectiveness and may not give you the results you desire
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As per your comfort either you can use liquid or spray bottle. Use minoxidil as directed by your dermatologist only.
After applying if you feel irritated and other side effects immediately stop using the medication. Then consult your dermatologist.
What are the side effects of Minoxidil?
Take hair oil in your palm then add a little amount of water mix it and apply only on hair shaft doesn’t apply on scalp skin. Hair oil acts as a conditioner and it will give its effect. It makes your scalp smooth, shiny and silky. Applying hair oil twice to thrice a week is really good for your scalp and hair roots. Apply oil and leave it for 3 hrs and then washout. Don’t keep hair oil overnight as its not at all good for the scalp.
If you want to use minoxidil and hair oil both without hampering minoxidil action or hair oil action. We all know that the main function of hair oil is acting as a conditioner. The action of minoxidil is it prevents further hair loss in pattern baldness or it grows hair on the vertex of a bald person. If you want to use both Minoxidil & hair oil, then hair oil it should be used before half an hour of the bath to the whole scalp or you can use hair oil after a bath. US FDA has approved minoxidil for postponing or preventing the baldness or thinning of hair especially in pattern baldness either male pattern baldness or female pattern baldness.
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