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One for the balding fellows of the site. This is the best price I have seen by far!!

3 months supply of the new regaine product. The feedback I have read is very good and seems to do the job.
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#1
Does it work on chests? X)
#2
http://i54.tinypic.com/2nlh94.gif
#3
But does it work!
#4
LOL didnt know majority on here are over 50?

I thought it was a shaving foam or something so went to take a look. Hilarious!!

Dont think poor beanz searching members of this site would be able to afford this?


Edited By: aston_martin_own on Feb 27, 2011 14:27
#5
I have contemplated using this but I'm unsure it's really worth it. The side effects can be terrible and you're effectively smearing toxic chemicals on your scalp. Any users able to give their own verdict?
1 Like #6
I'm developing a bit of a Steve McDonald and I hear the foam is the best form of minoxidil, but I reckon I'd go for a cheaper brand, like Kirkland

http://www.agestop.net/agestop/product_detail.aspx?PID=1555&TI=GGLAS

Medicine for baldies is scandalously priced. Boots have a 40 pounds a month 'hair retention scheme' and all it is is a prescription for pills you can easily get for a fiver elsewhere
1 Like #7
Not ashamed to say I use Minoxidil (the active ingredient) as a preventative measure :)

My dad was sporting a classic comb-over by my age so I have to say that it does work for me at least!

Don't pay the over the top price for Regaine, there are generics available that have the same amount of minoxidil. I get mine here for £17.95 for 3 months supply:

http://www.agestop.net/Agestop/product_detail.aspx?PID=2214&CID=807


Edit: What he said! ^^^^



Edited By: Kafkaesque on Feb 27, 2011 15:00
#8
Waste of time. Once you start you have to carry on using it, effectivily for the rest of your life or all the time you want to keep your hair. Studies say it also rarely if ever works.
#9
It is a fair old price but it seems to do the job....I have been using this stuff (imported) for 6months now and I have seen some diff however the other user is right you will pretty much be on this stuff for life.
#10
Ok guys two products I've been using for best part of 10 yrs that are very good and very cheap, 1 is a Revlon hair thickening serum and 2 is nizarol shampoo, the shampoo has the same thing this foam has only so much cheaper, if that helps anyone then great
1 Like #11
Nothing works. If it did you wouldn't see rich baldies.
#12
Some rich baldies, just buy a wig!

http://www.tvthrong.co.uk/files/u1465/Elton-John.jpg

http://pictures.directnews.co.uk/liveimages/Terry+Wogan_1744_19665506_0_0_6001260_300.jpg

http://www.britishclassiccomedy.co.uk/wp-content/uploads/2010/04/Bruce+Forsyth_2041_18898224_0_0_3093_3001.jpg
#13
Kafkaesque

My dad was sporting a classic comb-over by my age so I have to say that it does work for me at least!


Baldness usually skips a generation.
#14
I used this stuff 20 years ago its useless 'placebo affect' if you think its working save your money! If your going bald accept it plenty of women love bald blokes.:D
#15
nothing works in the sense that it can't grow back lost hair back but what a lot of products do is they slow the balding process down so it takes longer for you to go bald and the thickners help you make the most of what you have left,

must admit I have a full head of hair but use this two items i mentioned earlier as a precaution and they seemed to stop the slight receeding hair line i was slowly getting

stuff i use costs no more than £20 a year from boots
#16
Another one born every minute - how on earth can anyone work out that it has slowed down the hair loss. Its a theoretical claim - if it really worked they would make far bolder/balder claims.

To my bald brothers - embrace the baldness!

tdk2bu
nothing works in the sense that it can't grow back lost hair back but what a lot of products do is they slow the balding process down so it takes longer for you to go bald and the thickners help you make the most of what you have left, must admit I have a full head of hair but use this two items i mentioned earlier as a precaution and they seemed to stop the slight receeding hair line i was slowly gettingstuff i use costs no more than £20 a year from boots
#17
phatbhoy
Another one born every minute - how on earth can anyone work out that it has slowed down the hair loss.



They do it the same way they test the efficacy of any drug and/or treatment. By conducting a trial of a statistically significant number of people with some receiving a placebo instead of the drug in question. They then examine the results to see whether the drug had any effect (beneficial or not) on a significant number of the trial subjects versus the control group.

It's called the scientific method.

I'm a sceptic by nature and training and did a significant amount of research online before deciding to try it. It worked for me in that I noticed that the hair loss that I was beginning to have stopped, if I had noticed no improvement I would have stopped the treatment.

It might not work for you, even the company's advertising blurb only claims a percentage of people will respond to the treatment.

In this as in anything do your own research (as much as possible) and make your own decision on the balance of the facts you find. Take the comments made by others (including myself) with a grain of salt. Just because someone has an opinion doesn't mean they know anything about the subject at hand.
#18
phatbhoy
Another one born every minute - how on earth can anyone work out that it has slowed down the hair loss. Its a theoretical claim - if it really worked they would make far bolder/balder claims.

To my bald brothers - embrace the baldness!

tdk2bu
nothing works in the sense that it can't grow back lost hair back but what a lot of products do is they slow the balding process down so it takes longer for you to go bald and the thickners help you make the most of what you have left, must admit I have a full head of hair but use this two items i mentioned earlier as a precaution and they seemed to stop the slight receeding hair line i was slowly gettingstuff i use costs no more than £20 a year from boots


dude quit acting like a spanner, 1st of all how does spending only £20 a yr maybe even less than that a bad thing? Worth a shout I'd say

2nd, Google the side affects of nizarol, its not sold as a hair loss shampoo its sold as an anti dandruff shampoo and it was discovered that one of the side affects was that it slowed hair loss down, here's the link http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ketoconazole#Hair_loss_benefits

now there's various suggestions as to why nizarol shows some results, one is that the less dandruff on your scalp the better your scalp is and can regenerate better naturally

but yeh totally agree with you, no way would i spend £49 every 3 months on any kind of hair treatment but you can't ignore the cold hard science
#19
Kafkaesque
phatbhoy
Another one born every minute - how on earth can anyone work out that it has slowed down the hair loss.



They do it the same way they test the efficacy of any drug and/or treatment. By conducting a trial of a statistically significant number of people with some receiving a placebo instead of the drug in question. They then examine the results to see whether the drug had any effect (beneficial or not) on a significant number of the trial subjects versus the control group.

It's called the scientific method.

I'm a sceptic by nature and training and did a significant amount of research online before deciding to try it. It worked for me in that I noticed that the hair loss that I was beginning to have stopped, if I had noticed no improvement I would have stopped the treatment.

It might not work for you, even the company's advertising blurb only claims a percentage of people will respond to the treatment.

In this as in anything do your own research (as much as possible) and make your own decision on the balance of the facts you find. Take the comments made by others (including myself) with a grain of salt. Just because someone has an opinion doesn't mean they know anything about the subject at hand.


I hear you - but think about it - everyone looses their hair at different rates - you cant compare two different guys - who is to say one wouldn't have lost theirs quicker or slower than the next guy anyway. Dont let them blind you with bad science.

The only proof I can think of would be treating only half of someone's head and seeing what would happen. Look millions, of pounds are spent on rejuvenating wrinkle cream when its well accepted that they perform no better than petroleum jelly. Its all snakeoil marketing.

I guess some folks want to believe and spend their cash - good luck to them. If this stuff worked it would sell itself.
#20
tdk2bu


dude quit acting like a spanner, 1st of all how does spending only £20 a yr maybe even less than that a bad thing? Worth a shout I'd say

2nd, Google the side affects of nizarol, its not sold as a hair loss shampoo its sold as an anti dandruff shampoo and it was discovered that one of the side affects was that it slowed hair loss down, here's the link http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ketoconazole#Hair_loss_benefits

now there's various suggestions as to why nizarol shows some results, one is that the less dandruff on your scalp the better your scalp is and can regenerate better naturally

but yeh totally agree with you, no way would i spend £49 every 3 months on any kind of hair treatment but you can't ignore the cold hard science


I might listen to you when you learn how to construct a sentence.

The Spanner
#21
Kafkaesque
In this as in anything do your own research (as much as possible) and make your own decision on the balance of the facts you find. Take the comments made by others (including myself) with a grain of salt. Just because someone has an opinion doesn't mean they know anything about the subject at hand.


I disagree. If I ever want medical advice or counsel on scientific matters I always come to hotukdeals and ask the resident bald skinflints

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